Academic Salary Compression: A Productivity Model As A Remedy
Abbreviated Journal Title
Public Personnel Manage.
Industrial Relations & Labor; Public Administration
Salary compression in academe continues to be a problem into the 1990s, especially for faculties in Colleges of Businesses. Even when funds have been available to ameliorate compression, most models used to assess and remedy the effects of compression have not taken faculty performance into consideration. The model in this article is superior in that productivity is a consideration as well as the usual factors of rank, time in rank, and longevity with an institution. The model is illustrated for selected individuals within different departments of a College of Business Administration.
Public Personnel Management
"Academic Salary Compression: A Productivity Model As A Remedy" (1996). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 1645.