Monday October 26, 2020

Pay review body has generous members

Members of a committee - appointed by the government to decide on pay increases for ministers, senior civil servants and judges - have a record of recommending significant pay increases for executives in private sector roles.

16th April, 2005

Members of a committee - appointed by the government to decide on pay increases for ministers, senior civil servants and judges - have a record of recommending significant pay increases for executives in private sector roles.

The government last week asked the Review Body on Higher Remuneration in the Public Sector to report if pay for these groups had “fallen out of line'‘ with pay in the private sector and if so, to recommend interim...

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