27 Nov Aacps Unit 3 Negotiated Agreement
Note: there are 72 different pay codes (4 or 5 letters long), of which the wage position is only one. You will find some details in the many negotiation agreements with the various negotiating units. Note: The unit refers to the bargaining unit (union) with which the Education Council negotiates. Detailed descriptions can be provided on page 23 of the Personnel Manual. Anne Arundel County Public Schools prohibits discrimination in employment or provision of programs based on race, colour, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity or disability. For more information, please contact: Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Division of Human Resources, 2644 Riva Road, Annapolis, MD 21401. 410-222-5286 TDD 410-222-5000 www.aacps.org. This is being negotiated at the state level. However, the “spiking” pension, which increases the average salary over the last three years of employment, is done at the local level. Pension information is currently one of the most confidential information kept at both local and state level. Anne Arundel County Public Schools, 2644 Riva Road, Annapolis, Maryland 21401; (410) 222-5318; TDD (410) 222-5500.
www.aacps.org In addition, see the conditions of employment of temporary workers below Pegher, Kelcie, `Behind the Billion`: teachers are lagging behind in wage increases, Capital, February 16, 2015, “A teacher who starts in the county with a bachelor`s degree and a teaching certificate earned $44,991” Richwine, Jason and Andrew G. Biggs, The `Under Teachers Teachers` Myth – The same methods, telemarketers don`t do enough and nurses are overpaid, Wall Street Journal, May 22, 2019. The concept of “negotiation” implies a process conducted in a climate of mutual respect, based on the flexibility and priorities that both sides demand in the same way. With the commitment and support of the Board of Education and Superintendents, Unit 2 staff have made unprecedented progress in equity and justice with comparable and competing school systems. Some key issues are much closer than historically true to achieving a level of equity or competitiveness with comparable and competing school systems. This process defines the framework for unit 2 salaries, salaries and working conditions.