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Higher Ed Salary Report Termed ‘Incomplete’

State Spent $100K To Date on SB 330

January 12, 2014

WHEELING — A consultant’s report that would have reshaped the salary structure for higher education employees in West Virginia has come in “incomplete” and is “not usable,” according to the West......

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wvhoopie2

Jan-12-14 6:41 PM

Did WV pay 200000 before the wrote the report or pay when the got the report unread to check if they met the goals set in the contract if there was a contract with the FOX.

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wvhoopie2

Jan-12-14 6:38 PM

Tell your children if they want a higher pay either become a politician, a consultant or a lawyer in WV.

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dyingov

Jan-12-14 6:17 PM

Consultants are peeps that can't find a job in the discipline they practice! They just get the tax spenders at all levels to buy the next report.....

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richardwhee

Jan-12-14 12:40 PM

We have a report, but what does it say that we don't already know?

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Triton

Jan-12-14 10:03 AM

It is ironic that the report is incomplete. One cannot get a grasp on what higher education truly costs because all of the data to be used is incomplete. The education "industry" seems to hang its hat on the theory that if we do not spend more and pay more then everyone will flee the state to other locations where, seemingly, people waiting with wads of money in hand to employ them. The best educators are focused on their field of study and not the annual pay us or we will leave rant. Establishing a schedule of pay will only mnake the schedule the target the next year, or else we will leave. That "people will leave" has become part of WV folklore. Living and working in WV is much better if you forego the daily fantasy of wanting what people in Chicago have or being upset that we are not New York. Wages in Alaska are huge, why not go there? Same reason most do not want to leave here. Competitive wages are based on many issues not always in wish lists. Most who w

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Highland

Jan-12-14 8:54 AM

So HEPC acts like the EPA, creating a bunch of irrational regulations that have the force of law, cost a fortune to implement and accomplish nothing.

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