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ERIC Number: ED013080
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-May-18
Pages: 75
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Reference Count: 0
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A STUDY OF MERIT PAY AND EVALUATION AS THEY RELATE TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF AT COLLEGE OF MARIN.
MELONE, R.J.
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES REQUESTED THAT A STAFF COMMITTEE INVESTIGATE THE QUESTION OF WHETHER MERIT PAY OR SYSTEMATIC EVALUATIVE PROGRAMS SHOULD BE ESTABLISHED FOR THE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF AT THE COLLEGE OF MARIN. THE COMMITTEE REVIEWED THE LITERATURE WHICH EDUCATION AND INDUSTRY HAVE PRODUCED ON THE SUBJECT AND ALSO CONDUCTED A SURVEY OF THE ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY AT THE COLLEGE OF MARIN AND OF THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATORS AT 18 OTHER CALIFORNIA JUNIOR COLLEGES. THE COMMITTEE CONCLUDED THAT 1) A MERIT PAY PROGRAM WOULD NOT BE A SATISFACTORY INCENTIVE TO BETTER ADMINISTRATIVE PERFORMANCE, AND 2) A SYSTEMATIC EVALUATION PROGRAM COULD BE OF GREAT VALUE BUT SHOULD BE CAREFULLY STUDIED BEFORE BEING IMPLEMENTED. (RESPONSES TO THE QUESTIONNAIRE ARE INCLUDED. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF MERIT PAY AND SYSTEMATIC EVALUATIVE PROGRAMS ARE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL.) (AD)
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Identifiers: CALIFORNIA