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Jackie M O'Connor Jackie.O'Connor <@t> abbott.com
Wed Jul 7 12:09:59 CDT 2010

Ask management if he would suddenly be a better technician and more 
valuable if he passed the exam?   Duh - no.   In my opinion, merit 
increases should be based on merit - not documentation. 
If he's not eligible, he's not eligible.  Does your management increase 
pay based on certification?   So, if a certified tech with one year of 
experience came to your lab, they would be paid more than an incumbent 
tech with 8 years experience?  Sounds like you have some dinosaur 
management there. 

"Fredrickson, Mona" <mfredrickson <@t> nrh-ok.com>
"Histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu" <Histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
07/07/2010 12:04 PM
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Hello All in Histoland,
I have a tech who is employed as Histotech eligible, but he was not able 
to pass the HT exam and now is no longer eligible to thake the test 
because he has to get his associates degree in science.  The lab 
management wants to change his title from histotech eligible to histotech 
non-registered without pay increase.  But I feel the pay should be 
increased. So I would appreciate comments on the following:
1.) should title be changed from eligible to non-registered?
2.) After having done this for 8 years should his pay stay the same?
3. Should job responsibilities remain the same
 Thank you in advance for feedback!
Histotech in Oklahoma

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