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Study: Custodians paid more than special ed assistants in Stevens Point public schools

8:32 PM, Oct. 17, 2013
Charles Carlson, of Carlson Dettmann Consulting of Madison, gives a presentation Wednesday night on a compensation study he is working on for employees of the Stevens Point Area Public School District.
Charles Carlson, of Carlson Dettmann Consulting of Madison, gives a presentation Wednesday night on a compensation study he is working on for employees of the Stevens Point Area Public School District.
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A recent study revealed that custodians in the Stevens Point Area Public School District make $6 more per hour than the district's special education assistants. At the same time, those assistants are paid 50 cents less an hour than those who work for other regional employers in the public sector.

The study, conducted by Charlie Carlson of Carlson Dettmann Consulting of Madison, will be used to develop a new compensation model for employees of the district. The consulting firm released details of the study this week looking strictly at the jobs of nonexempt employees, which include food ...

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