Gannett Wisconsin Media is gearing up for another installment of its “What We Pay” investigative series that examines the salaries of public employees. As Log readers may remember, the initial series was published in January, along with online and in-print lists of what public employees earn. The series generated discussion around the merits of posting […]
Already emailed to all employees but repeated here for the record: The Chancellor’s Cabinet and the Compensation Steering Committee invite you to a Universitywide forum to discuss the Fox & Lawson Compensation Study and the salary adjustments the University is making as a result of this study. This forum is scheduled for Monday, August 5, 2013 […]
Chancellor Tom Harden’s guest column on Gannett Wisconsin Media’s “What We Pay” series continues to make the rounds, appearing Tuesday (Jan. 22) in the Post-Crescent of Appleton. As we told you here before, Harden’s response says that while discussing salaries can be awkward, the series offers some important context for UW-Green Bay and UW System […]
Chancellor Thomas K. Harden shared an update on University-related news and a variety of topics in his remarks at the mid-year convocation of UW-Green Bay faculty and staff on Jan. 23.
Chancellor Tom Harden got the chance to respond to Gannett Wisconsin Media’s “What We Pay” series, focusing on public employee salaries, with a column in Tuesday’s (Jan. 15) Green Bay Press-Gazette. In a message that was distributed last week to faculty and staff, Harden acknowledges that while discussing salaries is uncomfortable for many people, the […]
In case you missed it, that’s the headline over Gannett Wisconsin’s reporting of the pay comparison between University of Wisconsin System faculty members and instructors for the state’s technical college system. Although it is clear — from what can be gathered from looking at the UW-Green Bay salaries listed in the database, that there are […]
The first installment of “What We Pay” launches this weekend on Gannett newspaper sites across Wisconsin. The series — through stories, searchable databases and videos — promises a look at how money is spent on public salaries. During the first week, the series examine salaries in the UW System and the state’s technical schools. At […]