Claims are often made that support staff should be paid more, but those claims are rarely accompanied by data justifying that request. Demands for higher pay are usually supported with anecdotal hardship stories, stories of low pay compared to other similar jobs, and stories of problems with attracting and retaining quality employees.
Ontario-Montclair Superintendent’s $516,000 pay package tops state list
Today, Transparent California released 2015 public employee compensation data — complete with names, pay, and benefits — for over 800,000 K-12 workers statewide. Ontario-Montclair schools superintendent James Hammond’s $516,573 compensation package was the […]