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  • PCC Time place and manner Policy #2550
  • PCC shall not prohibit the right of students, staff or the community to exercise free expression, including using boards to display written materials, distributing printed materials and wearing of informational t-shirts. A work-stoppage consists of  “substantial disruption to PCC business or instructional activities” (as per Time, Place, Manner Policy 2550) because employees are not away from their assigned duty;  informational picketing is authorized by Government Code Section 3443 and is protected under EERA (PERB).

Faculty Surveys – Fall 2012

Misinformation from PCC Administration:

Excerpt from PCC website

The Pasadena Area Community College District Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve the reorganization of Pasadena City College’s administration. The reorganization adopts the “Interim Plan” approved by the PCC College Council in May of 2012.

One of the major objectives of the reorganization is to reduce the total costs of administration, while increasing productivity and cost effectiveness.

*italicized text added to original text as highly questionable

Original post: http://www.pasadena.edu/news/newsitem.cfm?ID=4523

Please see actual comparison of admin-approved vs. college council-approved flowcharts.

Highlights from PCC’s Public Record:

New Evaluation Process for President Rocha to every 4 years (PCC Board of Trustees – July 18, 2012) See page 76 PCC Board approves the new evaluation process, which changes from every two years to every four years. See page 76. Also see page 79-80 for the old process.

Compare President Rocha’s original contract (June 2010) to his  amended contract (July 2011). PCC Board of Trustees modified the President’s contract to include 12 months of pay if he is let go instead of 6 months, a retirement annuity of $20K per year in addition to his STRS retirement benefit, and a moving allowance of $15,000. Here’s a brief Brief Summary and a financial breakdown  of the costs associated with the president’s contract.

PCC Board of Trustees delays evaluation from faculty, students and staff until the 4th year, and allows only input from the Board until then. After the fourth year, anonymous or unattributed comments will not be accepted. President’s “neutral” evaluator is hand-picked by himself and the Board. Read thePCC’s new evaluation policy for president  and PCC’s previous evaluation of president. 

$19,583:  PCC President’s monthly  salary=$235K/year

the “highest paid local college president” Pasadena Star News (10/6/12)

Executive Salaries (Pres. & VPs) – as of 2012-2013
Title
Salary
Expenses
Months
Tot. Exp.
Total
President
 $235,000.00
 $1,000.00
12
 $12,000.00
 $248,000.00
VP Adm. Services*
 $183,383.00
 $750.00
12
 $9,000.00
 $192,383.00
VP Education**
 $183,383.00
 $750.00
12
 $9,000.00
 $192,383.00
VP Human Resources
 $160,000.00
 $750.00
12
 $9,000.00
 $169,000.00
VP Informational Tech. Svcs.
 $175,000.00
 $750.00
12
 $9,000.00
 $184,000.00
VP Educational Svcs.***
 $172,500.00
 $750.00
12
 $9,000.00
 $181,500.00
VP Student & Learning Svcs.
 $165,000.00
 $750.00
12
 $9,000.00
 $174,000.00
General Counsel
 $170,000.00
 $750.00
12
 $9,000.00
 $179,000.00
 $1,439,266.
 $75,000.00
 $1,519,266.00

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