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Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA005800360004-8 .. I- Lv.~r l!JislYi 1-4 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY REPORT INFORMATION REPORT CD NO. COUNTRY Poland DATE DISTR. 22 March 1955 SUBJECT Salary Scale of State Surveyors NO. OF PAGES 2 PLACE ACQUIRED DATE OF INFO. THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS INFORMATION AFFECTING THE NATIONAL DEFENSE OF THE UNITED STATES. WITHIN THE MEANING OF TITLE 18, SECTIONS 783 AND 781. OF THE U. S. CODE, AS AMENDED. ITS TRANSMISSION OR REVEL- ATION OF ITS CONTENTS TO OR RECEIPT BY AN UNAUTHORIZED PERSON 13 PROHIBITED BY LAW THE REPRODUCTION OF THIS FORM IS PROHIBITED. NO. OF ENCLS. (LISTED BELOW) SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. THIS IS UNEVALUATED INFORMATION 1. Asew4ftmg to their sus sad Ias a0g sad tbmlr rnslsotiw appolat~str P U* 25X1 state employees of the surveying service receive a basic salsay of beew(sw 4 0 and 800 Zloty[. This basic salary is increased by the addition of funds for general expenses and remuneration for work actually done, the calculation of the latter depending on the difficultyeof the operations and the previous training of the respective employee. A standard book is available for calculating work performed. It contains a point system indicating the points to be award4d for all difficulties oocurrin# during surveying operations, such w vW rAa# pound, swamps, and the difficulty of overcoming differences of grate 1S. The state of training and fundamental knowledge forming the basis of sa~wlajsn of work performed is exactly laid down in another point system is tMa st nfiard book. 2. The basic salary of a surveying technician at a Polish district office is 480 Zloty. The surveyor has to fulfill a quota of 224 points a month. If he filled his quota, he would earn an additional sum of 560 Zloty, in other words, he would earn a ,IBinim]+IB monthly salary of 1,040 Zloty plus al expenses. Since each point gained in excess of the quota is rewarded by extra um of 6.90 Zloty, the overfulfilmlent of the quota, which was always possib] in this kind of service, could considerably raise the monthly income. This income of labor was further inn by the general expenses aa1cvbftt on the basis of distances covft" r? .r than on days of absence f244 bpadquarters. These general expenses, whiled aslsoalUd "way money" in Poland, u disbursed in slump sum. 3. If, for example, a state farm or a village of 1, 00 hosta sic to be urvsged without offering particular difficulties, such as interruptions of bf W.i s running through the terrain, more or less considerable differences of graftt' alto, the standard table gives the coeffieientO.218 for this kind of work. 3160 the surveyed area is multiplied by this coefficient, the result viz. 1,500 multiplied by 0.218, would be 327 points. In this case, the 97 extra points reached would be added to the standard quota of 224 points, equalling 560 Zloty and since the award for each extra point is 6.90 Zloty, this would mean an addition to the basic salary of 66930 Zloty to the basic salary. Thus the 25X1 actual monthly income of a surveying technician would be broken down into 480 Zloty as basic salary, 560 Zloty for fulfilling the quota, 669.30 Zlotir far over- ~fs1fi ont of Us qwta, and a 40 Z]sd! Imp sI= as Mp =wsp,* total of 230.30 Z1.t . STATE AID - A CLASSIFICATION CON?Th NTIALA Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA005800360004-8 CONFIDENTIAL/WCCNTReL ~. OFFICIALS ONLY 4. In the event that the area to be surveyed was crossed by a brook which necessitated a detour of about 400 meters twice or three times, the standard table provides a coefficient value of 0.261 instead of 0.218. Computing the income on this basis, the sum eased Would be increased accordingly. 5. The lump sum for way money and the basic salary cited in the example happen to be equal. This is due to the fact that, irrespective of whether the basic salary is higher or lower, the way away is on principle fixed at 480 Zloty by some offices. 6. The possibility of earning more money is by far. more favorable with the standards system adopted by the surveying service than with the standardless system, since everybody makes an effort to finish his work as quickly as possible in order to be able to carry out other surveying orders, thus gaining sb many extra points as possible. 7. It my be expressly pointed out that the state of traini rt the eea ors is an important factor for the calculation of the work pl.Imei. UM coefficient for the s re'a sly sp serfs sg*mftg me i IWA 4 is the standards book is fixed at 0.218 for a certified survey, at 0.185 for an uncertified surveys and considerably lower for a beginner, oven if such a beginner has the same experience and knowledge as a surveving passed the prescribed examination and holding a certificate. On the other hand, the way money is the as= in all cases. CONFIDENTIAL/00M OL . OULS? ONLY Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA005800360004-8 Approved For Release 2008/06/27: CIA-RDP80-0081 OA005800360004-8 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY ' - 'O '. AMOK REPORT /i'FE CF ~'vFC. 6E;1axy cave of State Surveyors NO. OF ENCtS. (LISTED BELOW) REPORT NU. -OF wrvEs SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. r TP': i:.0 ST;` T OITI' ll:z MEANING OF TITLE t., SEC1l*'IF 7* C 7 ;aE o _. COLE. A9 P.9EI7DH17. IT3 Sm! ION 0 I. :It O` . CAD TO.OR Il 1IPT 01 AU ~ NO 11 14 1'..1011; [.7TH ) t @Y, !He REPRODUC'ION OFT I-5'ORA IS PMJI&GITIG. iii: ??-TH16 1S UNEVALUATED INFORMATION t ". &~, , ,." . ?.. 25X1 According '.o the-k- age and-training,. add t1i0 r*+31l * ct*ive appointment., Po1lah ;3 to :--! empl):roes off the t ?veying a:;rvi'eo rtcc*vc l si cA qe Tt17 of between 460 an,, 300 Z1o,: r. This basic sallax1 ?ie Imema3od V tie "l lditiun Of funds for' sa.^al ex;-,enses aid remureratRion? for work gttbaliy doper the calculation c " to 7_at ,e depu tiding on the difficulty of the o? ra s and the previous %rai?ing o the rc: 3pt;Ceti_ie a r;~lo +a ' r M J.ilcble for .:~:'-::?_.atit work ';.rfor_ o i> 1-c, conta ~s ripe system indi iig the points ~o Ux.1 for ; . -I di:'.f:_ c: x1tiM n ; during stuTsying operations, such aF -ivv ro~i ;h gromad,? s*a ~:p an tY ifficu.lty of ovorc differencos of al.(I~ ate The wlrlta cf t.z~>7,a ;;c toot=_,,l eau-r all additional sur- of 560 :1oty; in othe words, he i,;ou Lo earn r% rei:ai r. m rlo;~ ..2y :;alm-y of 1,.040 'L'1ot; plL:e general oxpenses. Since ooac'i ,o.tat ";minas :gin .3xce6o o" the quota is row rdod by extra sum of 6.90 she clverfu .f ~i-lo ;-. oY the clur ta, which as always possible in this kind ice cou] c, as idorabl raise the monthly Income :: This income of labor :ix?'Lho;? ir_crec.~3erl by the general expenses calculated on the basis of ;c:3s