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


4 responses to Merit Pay ≠ Solidarity

    Patricia Dobosz May 4, 2014 at 10:54 am

    FYI… AN interest free loan

    Sent from my iPad



    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!!!


      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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