Not a bonanza

Buckby, Simon
February 1999
Public Finance;02/05/99, p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on the reaction of trade unions to the pay increases awarded by the British government to public sector workers for 1999. Concern over the uneven allocations which favor nurses and teachers; Opposition to the government's planned reforms of public sector pay structures; Instructions given to local authorities on how to fund pay increases for teachers; Problems of retention and promotion.


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