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V-cs, it might be time for us to have a talk about a pay review

V-cs, it might be time for us to have a talk about a pay review | John Morgan | Times Higher Education | 12 January 2012

Accounts show Russell Group rises as politicians focus on executive salaries. Russell Group universities spent an average of nearly £318,000 on their vice-chancellors’ pay, benefits and pensions last year, with the best paid picking up £424,000.

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On Campuses, the Income Gap Widens at the Top

On Campuses, the Income Gap Widens at the Top | Jack Stripling and Andrea Fuller | 09 December, 2011 | Chronicle of Higher Education

The economic divide is not confined to Wall Street and Main Street. Within the world of private higher education, there are a handful of college presidents who earn considerably more than professors on their campuses, or gobble up a notable share of their institutions’ budgetary pie, a Chronicle analysis has found. There are also significant pay gaps among presidents, 36 of whom earned more than $1-million in 2009.

via  – Facts & Figures – The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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Cubie votes to scrap final-salary pensions

Cubie votes to scrap final-salary pensions | John Morgan | Times Higher Education | 15 July 2010

Union fears a two-tier system will emerge and damage staff recruitment. The coveted final-salary pension – long regarded in UK academia as crucial compensation for salaries below those on offer elsewhere – is set to be scrapped by the academy’s largest pension scheme.

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Pay Stagnates for Many Public-University Presidents

Pay Stagnates for Many Public-University Presidents | Marisa López-Rivera | The Chronicle of Higher Education | January 18, 2010

The bad economy is putting the brakes on pay increases for public-university leaders. Base salaries stopped growing last year for more than one-third of the 185 public-university chief executives included in a new Chronicle survey, while 10 percent of those top leaders experienced a decline in total compensation. Many of the cuts came from voluntary reductions in pay and benefits as the economy whittled away at campus budgets.

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