Thursday, September 13, 2012
The Alliance for a Better Columbia obtained the information in late August.
Here's all 33 pages of 2011 salary information provided by the Columbia Association to the Alliance for a Better Columbia. Read the original article on the salary information here - CA Releases Employee Salary Information
The top 50 paid employees at CA account for 25 percent of the $22 million spent in 2011 on employee compensation.
Columbia Association has released a full list of employee compensation by position that breaks down the $22 million spent in 2011 on salaries. The 50 highest salaries account for approximately 25 percent of the $22 million spent, with the 19 employees who make more than $100,000 accounting for approximately 12 percent of total pay by the association. Top 10 Salaries: Currently, CA employs 1,444 people including part-time, temporary and seasonal workers, according to CA spokesperson David Greisman. A full list of employee salaries has been posted here - http://patch.com/A-xKb4. Salary costs made up approximately 40 percent of CA's Fiscal Year 2011 budget. CA provided the payroll information to the Alliance for a Better Columbia, a local …
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Columbia Association officials respond to salary information controversy.
A spokesperson for Columbia Association responded Wednesday evening to allegations it was witholding specific salary information of its employees by saying it was an effort to protect "personal finance information." David Greisman, CA spokesperson, wrote in an email to Patch that CA didn't release exact salary information for 40 to 50 employees to the Alliance for a Better Columbia due to a perceived ambiguity in the Homeowners Association Act. Greisman wrote CA released 86 pages of documents in a chart form listing every CA employee, not by name (which is not required by law) but by position. Thomas D. Scott, the president of the Alliance, said on Wednesday that those documents, provided to the Alliance in 2009, contained ranges of …