Adapted from a 1992 ALA Pay Equity Committee's program on “Are You Underpaid? The Pay Equity Struggle in Libraries,” this article demonstrates that an employee turnover study can be effective in addressing problems of understaffing and salary deficiencies in a large academic library. Inadequate salaries makes retention of quality employees difficult and replacement costly, in addition to having detrimental impacts on services and morale. Administrators should use every opportunity to obtain pay equity funds to resolve these problems.
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