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Can a union bargain for new types of compensation?

  • With a union, administrators can no longer unilaterally impose compensation practices.
  • Members have an equal voice and must agree to all practices.
  • Depending on what a majority of the members want, some of the possibilities found in other union contracts include —
    • Adjustments for salary compression,
    • Adjustments for market value,
    • Minimum salaries by rank and years of service,
    • Minimum stipends and teaching releases for non-supervisory administrative roles