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requests equal say
in salary decisions
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By Jodi Cohen
Daily Staff Reporter
Without a Universitywide com-
pensation policy for faculty, confu-
sion persists about the process used in
deciding on individual salaries and
In a preliminary draft of its report,
the committee on the economic status
of the faculty calls for faculty, regents
and administration to develop a spe-
cific policy with "rules of equity" for
The draft, written by chemistry
Prof. Thomas Dunn and psychology
Prof. Robert Lindsay, was presented
Wednesday to all members of CESF.
The committee will give its final re-
port at the Board of Regents meeting
"There has never been a concerted
effort to look at compensation," Dunn
said. "This draft has to be viewed as
an attempt to sweep up all the issues
and ask people in the committee to
react to them."
Because of the absence of a
policy, "there are disparities among
University units and among indi-
viduals within a unit that lead to
dissatisfaction and inequity," the
Senate Assembly chair Jean Loup
said a policy is necessary to ensure
fairness. "I think it is always good to
articulate a policy so people have a
basis for making a decision," she said.
Faculty members say they should
have more input about decisions re-
garding their economic situation.
"In the past, the administration
has dominated the value structure for
deciding on compensation. The fac-
ulty attack is that they don't have the
expertise to do this. The real value
judgment has to be initiated by fac-
ulty," Dunn said.
The report states that "there must
be some method of ensuring that ad-
ministrators ... do not have total dis-
cretion for individual salary decision,"
but instead an agreed-upon policy
should dictate the salary.
One question the draft raises is the
value and respective compensation
that should be placed on the various
facets of a professor's job - includ-
ing teaching, scholarly activities and
"Salaries should be employed,
among other purposes to assist in the
achievement of the University goals.
A compensation policy would clarify
what these goals are and clarify what
activities of the faculty are highly
valued," the report states.
Dunn proposes that units also de-
cide independently what is most im-
portant within their departments. "We
feel that people in the units should
have a say in what the objectives in
their area are. They have never had
input about what values should be
included in compensation," Dunn
Loup agreed that units may differ
on what is most important depending
on their goal.
"If there was a model plan devel-
oped for compensation, and agreed to
by administrators, it could be modi-
fied within each college as they saw
fit. There might easily be differences
(within departments) that are impor-
tant," she said.
Among other issues, the draft also
confronts the contrast between fac-
ulty and administrative salaries.
"There seems not to be any rational
reason or purpose for the rates of
administrative salary increases or the
rate of increase of the administrative
workforce to be larger than for the
faculty," the report states.
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group that aims to reform the legisla-
tion. The committee has formed three
task forces to investigate public con-
cern surrounding the law as well as
wetlands and private property inter-
ests through public hearings.
"Our goal in revising ESA (the
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we manage and conserve our natural
resources," Young said in a statement.
On Monday, Belle Chase, La., was
the site of the first task force hearing to
probe public sentiment regarding the
law and wetlands reform. The task
force members, whom Young chose
from the Resources Committee, heard
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timber extractor, a member of the Na-
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tal groups," Young said regarding the
ramifications of the legislation.
"We support renewal of ESA but
a reformed ESA, one that takes people
into account, not only birds, bugs and
critters," said Ken Johnson, press sec-
retary to Rep. Billy Tauzin (R-La.).
Reform headed by the Resource
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consideration of jobs, economic de-
velopment and compensation for lost
use of property.
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to go through," Hansen said in refer-
ence to sentiment opposing the act.
Members of the Resource Com-
mittee who advocate reform are rally-
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people who experience economic loss
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