Mar 2, ArticlesEssential Reading comments I want to start this article by doing a little thought experiment. Imagine for a moment that you are in a group of twenty people. In that twenty people there is a defined leader and that leader is responsible for motivating you, teaching you, and otherwise organizing group activities.
Only their husbands do. Specialk9 December 7, at There have been several links posted supporting their statements. Because there seems to be pretty thorough journalism to the contrary.
Church lady December 8, at 1: Up until very recently, women, ordained officers pastors who were married to other ordained pastors, a SA requirement did not get paid directly — in the United States only. There was a tax arrangement in the US that basically allowed the SA to keep tax costs low by paying one income over two.
A lot of the women pastors I know were really upset about this it affected their social security incomes in a big way, not to mention the morale of it alland they agitated and got it changed.
Non-ordained employees are and have always been paid directly, and in the case where a spouse worked for them too, separately. Supermanscape December 7, at It is not unusual for a woman to have worked years, yet have no history of performing paid work. Gaia December 7, at December 7, at 4: I have a family friend that used to bell ring for them every year — she and her adult daughter both worked for SA seasonally.
And paychecks came to them directly. There can also be goal of having married couples take on duties that require travel in general like which reps go to conventionbecause that saves money on hotels, but that happens more on the volunteer side.
Church lady As a progressive religious person who knows people who work within the Army who are also progressive: The Army has had a lot of really bad incidents, especially when you look globally.
Those deserve condemnation too.
But around this issue, there needs to be some acceptance of the idea that there are many trying to do right. There are a large swath of Army folks ordained and not up here who would love nothing more than to allow for full marriage and ordination of non-cishet persons — but that denominational change would literally have to have global consensus, including from Army representatives in far more repressive environments than ours.
Get in there and ask that they work with you on sensitivity trainings and discussions. But women pastors were upset and agitated to change that one part wrecking social security income, one part moraleand were successful this past year.
This arrangement never affected lay employees, even if they were married to another employee. Jesmlet December 7, at 9: Probably earlier than the fall.
Jesmlet December 7, at Red 5 December 7, at 9: Emotions run high during the holidays, and emotions on charitable giving run high too.Employee Rewards and Motivation in Non Profit Organisations: Case Study from Australia.
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One of the most highly respected experts in the field of contemporary leadership development, Frances Hesselbein is the namesake for The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) at the University of Pittsburgh, and the Editor-in-Chief of the award-winning quarterly journal, Leader to Leader.