The real scandal

Hibberd, Gillian
December 2010
People Management;12/9/2010, p15
The author expresses her opinion on the prejudice in media on the issue of public-sector pay in Great Britain in 2010. She points out that unethical practices at some of the leading financial institutions have caused the economic meltdown. She mentions the lack of public outrage against pay excesses in the banking sector. She notes the failure of the media to take into account the different occupations involved in the public and private sectors when examining pay.


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