Merit Pay ≠ Solidarity

May 4, 2014 — 4 Comments
"MEMO to UFT President Michael Mulgrew from Movement of Rank and FIle Educators MERIT PAY ≠ Solidarity"

and a interest-free loan to the City is not retroactive pay

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4 responses to Merit Pay ≠ Solidarity

  1. 
    Patricia Dobosz May 4, 2014 at 10:54 am

    FYI… AN interest free loan

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  2. 

    Career ladder is NOT merit pay!! And retro pay that totals more than what’s owed due to compounding does not equal an interest free loan!!!

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      I think they mean thjat if we were owed 8 % from 2009-2011, we should get a lump sum for that amount upon approval and maybe even 3 yrs interest, not wait for it. One problem with the career ladder is how those people are chosen; I support alternative assignments as a concept.

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