21 novembre 2017

Universities to be allowed to hire on higher salaries

Universities in Ireland are to be allowed to hire staff on salaries higher than that of the Taoiseach (prime minister) under new measures aimed at attracting top talent to the third-level sector, writes Carl O’Brien for The Irish Times. More...

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04 novembre 2017

Les salariés prennent l’initiative de leur formation professionnelle

Plus d’un salarié sur deux ayant suivi une formation est aujourd’hui à l’initiative de la demande, selon un sondage Ifop/Actalians rendu public le 19 octobre. Plus...

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01 novembre 2017

Il n’y a pas que le salaire qui compte

logo Entreprise & CarrièresLe manque de reconnaissance, dont font état de nombreuses enquêtes, inquiète certains DRH qui se demandent comment répondre à cette attente très particulière des salariés. Plus...

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29 octobre 2017

Presidential Compensation

Résultat de recherche d'images pour By Alex Usher. Over the summer, the revelation that the University of Alberta paid Indira Samarasekera two full years of administrative leave at over $550,000 per year after the conclusion her ten-year (two-term) Presidency caused a series of snit-fits, the most notable one being this one from Paige MacPherson, the Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. More...

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Growth of Presidential Compensation

Résultat de recherche d'images pour By Alex Usher. Yesterday we looked at Presidential pay in international comparison and saw that Canadian university Presidents have fairly low pay compared to equivalents in other English-speaking countries.  But, one might argue, that’s the wrong metric.  Maybe the real problem isn’t high pay so much as a relatively quick rise in pay over the past few years. More...

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22 octobre 2017

Dozens of university vice-chancellors getting pay rises over 20%, figures show

The Guardian homeFindings will be of concern to universities minister Jo Johnson, who says he wants to curb inflated vice-chancellor salaries. More...

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Minister to threaten universities with fines for excessive salaries

The Guardian homeJo Johnson expected to reveal measures to curb vice-chancellors’ pay amid student anxiety over rising tuition fees. More...

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Minister's threat of fines 'not enough' to curb university salaries

The Guardian homeJo Johnson’s plan to penalise unjustifiably high salaries for vice-chancellors will change nothing, says former minister. More...

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Oxford vice-chancellor attacks 'tawdry politicians' in university pay row

The Guardian homeSome members of a “mendacious media”, along with “tawdry politicians”, are resolved to undermine the higher education sector with claims that increased tuition fees have been used to inflate the pay packets of senior academics, the vice-chancellor of Oxford University has said. More...

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21 octobre 2017

Why does Oxford’s £410,000-a-year vice-chancellor feel so hard done by?

The Guardian homeAccording to a pay survey by the University and College Union, the average VC’s pay is 6.5 times greater than their average staff member, and the former has increased in percentage terms far more than the latter over the past few years. More...

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