Eamon Delaney: Civil servants are still taking advantage of us
For all the talk of an overhaul, it seems little has changed
The second part of the Government’s three-year Civil Service Renewal project was unveiled last week. It’d be hard to get a more general, non-specific document than this, with pious aspirations but no real teeth or radical proposals.
Interviewed on the radio, Minister for Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe focused on the plan’s “progress” and on apparent low morale in the civil service, a feature that is often rolled out now to justify...
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