Anger over DCMS move to pay higher salaries to external staff

McHugh, Joseph
September 2003
Public Finance;9/5/2003, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that Whitehall union has shown anger with the Great Britain's Department for Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS) over plans to hire staff from outside the civil service on higher salaries. Information on internal memo sent to Public and Commercial Services union members; Reasons given by DCMS for recruiting people on higher salaries.


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