Increased spending alone is not enough

So a second round of benchmarking is already upon us. Quietly, diligently, behind the closed doors that so characterised the first process, union officials are drawing up their submissions for the Public Service Benchmarking Body.

15th April, 2006

So a second round of benchmarking is already upon us. Quietly, diligently, behind the closed doors that so characterised the first process, union officials are drawing up their submissions for the Public Service Benchmarking Body.

Appointed by government in January, just half a year after the final instalment of the first awards appeared in the pay slips of hundreds of thousands of public servants, the new body is open for business. The body could do...

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