Wednesday, December 09, 2015

2015 MEA Compensation Comparison

2015 MEA Compensation Comparison

Recently the annual LM2 report for the MEA was filed with the Department of Labor. This report (required by the Department of Labor) details the compensation for all officers and employees of the Michigan Education Association; you can find the simple analysis of the report here (also shown below), and the complete report here (enter file number 512-840.) There has been an obvious trend over the last few years, a significant reduction in MEA total employment. The cause for this drop can be linked to two factors, a total decrease in aggregate K-12 enrollment (yielding a lower aggregate teacher base), and an increase in teachers "leaving" the union via Michigan's Right to Work legislation. The median increase in compensation for all MEA staff was 5.64%. Once again, all top ten MEA officers continue to earn more than Governor Snyder (his annual compensation is $159,300). The TOP TEN earners are listed below this report.


If you are an MEA member, you can search these reports by name to see what your UniServe director's compensation - to find your UniServe diretor see this link to the MEA website. 



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