The township of Cranford is considering a possible change to the pay structure
of non-union employees within the township, according to Township Administrator
Hartnett presented a salary ordinance to the committee following the salary committee’s review of all non-union positions, the Cranford Chronicle reported.
Currently, Cranford’s salary ordinance is “completely dysfunctional” according to Hartnett, because the township lists such wide salary ranges. Hartnett and the salary committee have produced a report that reviewed all non-union safe, as well as outside research on salary structures in towns in around the county, according to the article.
“We’re looking at positions, not people within the position, and what the market dictates they should be compensated,” the Chronicle quoted Hartnett saying.
Hartnett presented the committee with the presentation on Monday so that they could have a better understanding before making a decision.