Pay freeze in store for council employees

March 2009
Community Care;3/26/2009, Issue 1763, p7
The article informs that a 12-month pay freeze has been planned by councils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. According to Steve Bullock, chair of Local Government Employers, negotiators in the three nations were under "increasing pressure to make no or a low offer" to staff for 2009-10. He further added that councils are very concerned about the deteriorating public sector finances.


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