The PTA Salaried Officers Agreement for 2019: What You Need to Know
The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is a vital organization that helps to support schools, parents, and students across the country. One of the key components of the PTA is its salaried officers, who work tirelessly to ensure that the organization runs smoothly and effectively.
In order to ensure that these officers receive fair compensation for their hard work, the PTA negotiates a salary agreement each year. The 2019 PTA Salaried Officers Agreement includes a number of important provisions that are designed to ensure that salaried officers are fairly compensated for their time and effort.
One of the most important provisions of the 2019 agreement is the increase in salary for salaried officers. Under the new agreement, salaried officers will receive a 2.5% increase in salary over the previous year. This increase is designed to keep up with inflation and to ensure that salaried officers are able to maintain their standard of living.
Another important provision of the 2019 agreement is the inclusion of benefits for salaried officers. Under the new agreement, salaried officers will be eligible for a range of benefits, including health insurance, retirement plans, and paid time off. These benefits are designed to attract and retain highly qualified salaried officers who are committed to the work of the PTA.
The 2019 PTA Salaried Officers Agreement also includes provisions related to job security and performance evaluations. Salaried officers will be subject to performance evaluations on a regular basis, and may be terminated if they fail to meet the standards set by the PTA. However, the agreement also includes provisions that protect salaried officers from arbitrary termination or retaliation.
Overall, the 2019 PTA Salaried Officers Agreement is designed to ensure that salaried officers are fairly compensated and treated with respect and dignity. By providing a competitive salary, benefits, and job security, the PTA is able to attract and retain highly qualified professionals who are committed to the mission of the organization. Whether you are a salaried officer or a member of the PTA, this agreement is an important step forward for the organization and for education in general.