In 2009, a new level of recognition (Leadership) was adopted by the Unitarian Universalist Association. Congregations adopting and meeting all 8 Principles of the Fair Compensation Guidelines Program as well as offering the benefits described in the Leadership section will be designated as Fair Compensation Congregations (Leadership).
Congregations wishing to achieve Leadership Level will offer the following additional compensation:
Congregations meeting the Principles of Fair Compensation, but not the additional benefits, will be designated as Fair Compensation Congregations (Practicing).
To allow congregations that do not yet meet the “Leadership” requirements time to adjust their compensation practices, the current Practicing designation will be continued for five years—until January 1, 2014. After January 1, 2014, the Leadership level benefit requirements will become part of the Principles of Fair Compensation. At that time, Practicing congregations that do not chose to qualify at the Leadership level may choose to become Committed congregations.
Congregations adopting the Guidelines Principles as goals and developing a written plan for reaching all 8 goals within five years shall be designated Fair Compensation Congregations (Committed).
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Last updated on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
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