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Elaine Petrof

Sun, 09/01/2013 - 06:13

Dear Stephen, I think if you earn extra cash on your own free time, then that is your own business and should not be subjected to scrutiny by the Department. However, if you are earning said extra cash when you are supposed to be at work doing your regular job, then I think that income should be fair game. if someone wants to do a bit of extra moonlighting on their holidays or their weekends off on their own time, eg. for some extra cash to pay for their vacation to Costa Rica, I think that is very different from someone who is regularly earning a double-income and getting paid to be doing their University job while they're off getting paid to do another job somewhere else. By the way - on the subject of tithes I think Queens is the only University I know of that does not require a tithe to be paid by its Dept. Medicine faculty members. Not that I don't mind this fact, but it has always struck me as bizarre and frankly as an unsustainable formula for running a Dept or a Division... even memberships to societies like OMA, IDSA, CAG, etc charge a fee! Frankly don't know how you can do it. Elaine

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Elaine Petrof
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