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Salary and benefits comparison software

Heading into contract negotiations soon? Would it be helpful to plug your district's data into a spreadsheet and instantly get total-cost information in a variety of categories for up to five years? Then, check out OSBA’s Proposal Costing models for licensed and classified staff.

Enter the following information into the model:

  1. Salary schedule;
  2. Extra-duty pay schedule (licensed only);
  3. Insurance premium rates;
  4. Staff's current placement on the salary schedule, the extra-duty schedule and insurance plans.

Enter the proposal figures for each year up to 5 years:

  1. Increase the base salary of your schedule;
  2. Give one or more steps (or no step);
  3. Set the district's insurance contribution.

Instantly get the following results, plus a whole lot more:

  1. Total cost of the proposal;
  2. Cost of increasing the schedule (base salary increase);
  3. Cost of giving a step;
  4. Total cost of extra-duty assignments (licensed only);
  5. Total cost of insurance benefits.

 

Salary costing can help you see the whole picture (5/5/06)

Salary costing model demonstrations

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 This file is in Microsoft Powerpoint format. Click here to download.    Download the licensed tutorial here to see a demonstration of the model. (2255kb)
     
 This file is in Microsoft Powerpoint format. Click here to download. Download the classified tutorial here to see a demonstration of the model. (2188kb)

Purchase information

The models come on a CD with easy-to-follow written instructions, sample models and a tutorial. The cost is $250 for a single user license and $500 for an unlimited user license.

You can purchase the Salary Costing Model by calling OSBA at 1-800-578-OSBA (6722).

Designed for experienced users of Microsoft Excel, you will need a Windows-based computer with Microsoft Excel 2003 or 2007, a 330-megahertz or faster Pentium 4 processor and a minimum 512 megabytes of RAM to use the models.