Salaries Of Public Employees

Salaries Of Public Employees

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“Home In Georgia Now”

Since: Jul 07

The "City of Gold" in Georgia

#1 Aug 1, 2010
OK for those of you who want to know what our "Public Servants" are making here is a link to use. I was interested in what Haralson County educators were making. When the link opens go to the first section, Salary/Travel/Reimbursement then you can search by any of the sections on the next screen. I used Organization and highlighted Local Board of Education and then in the drop down box selected Haralson County. You can do an advanced search at this point by name if you are looking for specific person or by title etc. I am contacting my representatives to have them expand the law so that the cities have to report the salary of their employees and have it included in this data base for easy access. So have fun with the facts as presented!!!http://www.open.ge orgia.gov/index.html

“Home In Georgia Now”

Since: Jul 07

The "City of Gold" in Georgia

#2 Aug 1, 2010
http://www.open.georgia.gov/index.html

In case the first link does not work correctly

Since: Mar 10

Draketown

#4 Aug 1, 2010
What in the world is a Military Science teacher and why is this person making $90,000 a year?
Wonder Why

United States

#5 Aug 1, 2010
I wonder why some of the teacher aides and secretaries all have such different salaries for the same type of work. Funny thing is some of the people with more seniority are making less than people who have been working for the system for only a year or two. Could someone explain why this is so?

“Mess with these Claws......”

Since: Oct 09

Duluth, GA

#6 Aug 1, 2010
Wonder Why wrote:
I wonder why some of the teacher aides and secretaries all have such different salaries for the same type of work. Funny thing is some of the people with more seniority are making less than people who have been working for the system for only a year or two. Could someone explain why this is so?
It could be some have more degrees than others.
Teacher

Roswell, GA

#7 Aug 1, 2010
octoberK wrote:
<quoted text>It could be some have more degrees than others.
That is correct. The higher the degree, the higher the pay.

Since: Mar 10

Draketown

#8 Aug 1, 2010
I'm even more enraged about the fact that some of our board members didn't even show up to the last meeting. It's really just a slap in our face. There is a video on youtube that has that meeting.
just wondering

Carrollton, GA

#9 Aug 2, 2010
D-TOWN113 wrote:
I'm even more enraged about the fact that some of our board members didn't even show up to the last meeting. It's really just a slap in our face. There is a video on youtube that has that meeting.
do you have the link
just wondering

Carrollton, GA

#10 Aug 2, 2010
Wonder Why wrote:
I wonder why some of the teacher aides and secretaries all have such different salaries for the same type of work. Funny thing is some of the people with more seniority are making less than people who have been working for the system for only a year or two. Could someone explain why this is so?
It's because you are easily replaced, and most parents don't realize that classes that have aides are generally taught by that aide.
brew crew

Carrollton, GA

#11 Aug 2, 2010
octoberK wrote:
<quoted text>It could be some have more degrees than others.
You and Teacher didn't read Wonder Why's post good, they were not asking about Teachers with degrees but Secretaries, teachers aides, janitors, and lunchroom workers nothing was mentioned about degrees.
Thanks to JINC for the link, I looked over it and noticed for instance another case of School board members taking care of their families, And if you notice the board chairman has two daughters working at the schools (how about that)ones a nurse I guess not really sure about that, the others a teachers aide, and here is a prime example of WW'S question how come she makes $17k with just a couple of years and employees with 10-20 years seniority are making only $12-16k riddle me that now, reckon what the other daughter makes at city hall.
This isn't a large salary but I think it's still school board abuse like the past 2 incidents.
Come elections vote them out if they have the coconuts to run again.

Since: Mar 10

Draketown

#12 Aug 2, 2010

It's a series of 6 videos.
Old timer

United States

#13 Aug 2, 2010
brew crew wrote:
<quoted text>You and Teacher didn't read Wonder Why's post good, they were not asking about Teachers with degrees but Secretaries, teachers aides, janitors, and lunchroom workers nothing was mentioned about degrees.
Thanks to JINC for the link, I looked over it and noticed for instance another case of School board members taking care of their families, And if you notice the board chairman has two daughters working at the schools (how about that)ones a nurse I guess not really sure about that, the others a teachers aide, and here is a prime example of WW'S question how come she makes $17k with just a couple of years and employees with 10-20 years seniority are making only $12-16k riddle me that now, reckon what the other daughter makes at city hall.
This isn't a large salary but I think it's still school board abuse like the past 2 incidents.
Come elections vote them out if they have the coconuts to run again.
one that is the teachers aide also coaches and is the middle school athletic director, whatever that is. There is not a daughter that works at city hall and she hasn't been there in years.

The nurse could make a LOT more money at the hospital, but also coaches...
Teacher

Roswell, GA

#14 Aug 2, 2010
brew crew wrote:
<quoted text>You and Teacher didn't read Wonder Why's post good, they were not asking about Teachers with degrees but Secretaries, teachers aides, janitors, and lunchroom workers nothing was mentioned about degrees.
Thanks to JINC for the link, I looked over it and noticed for instance another case of School board members taking care of their families, And if you notice the board chairman has two daughters working at the schools (how about that)ones a nurse I guess not really sure about that, the others a teachers aide, and here is a prime example of WW'S question how come she makes $17k with just a couple of years and employees with 10-20 years seniority are making only $12-16k riddle me that now, reckon what the other daughter makes at city hall.
This isn't a large salary but I think it's still school board abuse like the past 2 incidents.
Come elections vote them out if they have the coconuts to run again.
Actually, I DID read WW's post WELL. If a teacher's aide has only minimal credits or a lesser degree, he/she will make less than an aide with a higher degree. You have to also factor in experience. The same principle applies to secretaries and other non-faculty positions. Previous school or related experience counts more than seniority.

“Mess with these Claws......”

Since: Oct 09

Duluth, GA

#15 Aug 2, 2010
brew crew wrote:
<quoted text>You and Teacher didn't read Wonder Why's post good, they were not asking about Teachers with degrees but Secretaries, teachers aides, janitors, and lunchroom workers nothing was mentioned about degrees.
Thanks to JINC for the link, I looked over it and noticed for instance another case of School board members taking care of their families, And if you notice the board chairman has two daughters working at the schools (how about that)ones a nurse I guess not really sure about that, the others a teachers aide, and here is a prime example of WW'S question how come she makes $17k with just a couple of years and employees with 10-20 years seniority are making only $12-16k riddle me that now, reckon what the other daughter makes at city hall.
This isn't a large salary but I think it's still school board abuse like the past 2 incidents.
Come elections vote them out if they have the coconuts to run again.
Ditto what teacher said. WE did read the comment correctly. Salaries have to do with one's education.

“Home In Georgia Now”

Since: Jul 07

The "City of Gold" in Georgia

#16 Aug 2, 2010
I did not post names nor do I intend to do so. I do not question who is who and how they got the job. I am looking at the bottom line, the $$$ spent. I too saw the salary differences and I do understand why it happens due to training, experience etc. On another note I brought up previously. If you folks out there agree with me please contact your representatives and ask them to make it law that all counties and cities have to report the salaries of their employees to be put in a data base like this so we can know the truth about how much is spent. They may argue that these agencies already have to report to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs this data. They do but it is in a general format broke down in pay ranges, ie: 10K-20K , 21K-40K etc by general class. I want specific data like in this data base. They are being paid with our tax money and we have the right to this data.

“Home In Georgia Now”

Since: Jul 07

The "City of Gold" in Georgia

#17 Aug 2, 2010
Oh and in regards to the Superintendents salary. He makes as much the Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Safety which is over the Georgia State Patrol, the Motor Carrier Compliance Division, and The Capitol Police. You decide!!
Anonymous

Carrollton, GA

#18 Aug 2, 2010
One is not the athletic director, but the ISS secretary, one is a nurse (LPN) and another works at the Chamber of Commerce or City Hall or something.
brew crew

Carrollton, GA

#19 Aug 2, 2010
Teacher wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, I DID read WW's post WELL. If a teacher's aide has only minimal credits or a lesser degree, he/she will make less than an aide with a higher degree. You have to also factor in experience. The same principle applies to secretaries and other non-faculty positions. Previous school or related experience counts more than seniority.
That is how it's supposed to work, but that isn't how it works, it's who you know not what you know, then there's loopholes as well, butts as well and kin folks as well prime example west central tech a few years back and previous administration.
And I stand corrected on the city employment.
Haralson Tax Payer

Alpharetta, GA

#21 Aug 2, 2010
Sorry about the typos lol.
didn't proof read after typing.
the last link requires the www. in front
Haralson Tax Payer

Alpharetta, GA

#22 Aug 2, 2010
Oh, and I did post names because all the information I posted came from public records and are available for public viewing.

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