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Doing archives, established 11.20.2013, uses empirical (not evaluative / opinion) data to make the general public and decision-makers aware of the importance of records and archives. By contributing to this data set you offer quantitative data that is useful for establishing comparative rankings that assist in the project’s goals to establish efficient standardization, favorable legislation and contractual agreements, training, and enhanced skills (workers and management). The project promotes global debates on main issues in the archival field, in this case - the indicator 2013.002 Employing workers.

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Doing archives - a (free) open global learning + teaching, data and ranking project for those who curate the world's knowledge.
Doing archives - a (free) open global learning + teaching, data and ranking project for those who curate the world's knowledge.
How should you answer this?
You can use any method for entering information about yourself, or your organization. If you know actual salaries, you can use that data. If you rely on average salaries (or a formula / pay scale), you can provide that data. We invite you to provide the link to this form to select groups of people working in your organization. If these groups are determined functionally (for example, persons who work with digital materials) the experimental design will be based on "blocking" - the arrangement of experimental units into groups (blocks/lots) consisting of units that are similar to one another. Blocking reduces known but irrelevant sources of variation between units and thus allows greater precision in the estimation of the salaries.
Where are you? *
ISO 3166 is the International Standard for country codes and codes for their subdivisions. It establishes internationally recognised codes for the representation of names of countries, territories or areas of geographical interest, and their subdivisions. If you know yours, please add it here. If you don't know (and are interested) look it up here http://bit.ly/1cI9FxE
What is the unit of time used to calculate salaries? *
Salaries are commonly paid to workers on a per hour basis. 1 ISO day is 24 hours; 1 ISO week is 168 hours; 1 month is 728 hours; 1 quarter is 2184 hours; 1 ISO year is 8765 hours
What is the currency unit used to pay salaries?
ISO 4217 is the International Standard for global currencies. It establishes internationally recognised codes for the representation of names of countries. If you know yours, please add it here. If you don't know (and are interested) look it up here http://bit.ly/JE8cCl; alternately enter the name for your currency (for example "euros").
You (a person)
These questions relate to an individual person.
Do you receive a salary? *
Do you receive benefits (that could be expressed with a monetary value)?
What is your salary? *
How many compensated hours do you work per day? *
How many uncompensated hours do you work per day? *
An organization
These questions relate to organizations (legal or corporate persons).
How many persons work for your organization?
How many persons are compensated for their work in your organization?
How many compensated persons at your organization receive benefits that can be expressed as monetary values?
How many compensated persons work exclusively with digital objects?
Archival job definition (USA standard)
A USA government definition of archival work is "This series includes positions which involve professional archival work in appraising, accessioning, arranging, describing, preserving, publishing or providing reference service from public records and historic documents. This work requires a professional knowledge of archival principles and techniques, professional knowledge of history, and a thorough understanding of the needs, methods and techniques of scholarly research" see USA Government Personnel Office series definition GS-1420 http://1.usa.gov/1ib2eEX
What is the salary of a person at the student / training level?
What is the salary of a person at the lowest level?
USA Archivist Series, GS-1420-05 (or equivalent)
What is the salary of a person at an intermediate level?
USA Archivist Series, GS-1420-06 to GS-1420-12 (or equivalent)
What is the salary of a person at the highest level?
USA Archivist Series, GS-1420-13 (or equivalent)
Seniority (multiplier)
Some organizations pay additional compensation for seniority. If this is true at your organization, what is percentage increase available?
Clear selection
Experience (multiplier)
Some organizations pay additional compensation for expertise. If this is true, what increase is available to a person's base salary?
Clear selection
Locality
Some organizations pay additional compensation for locality (differences in comparative costs). If this is true at your organization, what increase is available to a person's base salary?
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