Wednesday April 8, 2020

Implications of benchmarking

Colm McCarthy, in his article about public service pay (13/1/08), implies that the members of the benchmarking body should be formally honoured by the state for their report.

19th January, 2008

Colm McCarthy, in his article about public service pay (13/1/08), implies that the members of the benchmarking body should be formally honoured by the state for their report.

With due respect to the individuals concerned, their report has serious negative implications for the morale and attitudes of civil and public servants. Those in the clerical, executive and administrative grades of the civil service have traditionally taken a reasonable approach in pay claims. Salary increases are usually...

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