All companies, charities and public sector
bodies with more than 250 employees have to publish data on the pay discrepancy between men and women in their organisation.
'The process will also enhance the ethical foundation of the public sector
, and, in addition, introduce change management initiatives to deal with apathy, resistance and reform fatigue, which have been the bane of previous attempts at reform.'
It was stated in the briefing that implementation had been made on the decision to remove the politically-appointed personalities to the boards of directors of public sector
| Families where both parents work in the public sector
are the biggest losers from the Government's pay restrictions and benefit changes.
"The Tories can never again claim that public sector
workers are 'overpaid' when the Treasury's own assessment proves otherwise," he said.
In half of the public sector
institutions, the number of employees increased in a year and in ten newly formed institutions 255 people got employed.
He joins EY from PwC, where he headed the National Government and Public Sector
Finance and Accounting Services practice.
According to part of the Enterprise Bill in the Queen's Speech, announced by the government, redundancy payments for the best-paid public sector
workers will be capped below six figures.
Stevenson, who has been a consultant, private sector manager, entrepreneur, and advisor to senior public sector
managers in the UK, draws on his personal experiences and about 60 interviews with public sector
managers and politicians mostly from the UK (and Mayor Michael Bloomberg) to provide a practical guide for public sector
Summary: Public sector
employees slammed over the weekend a reform plan passed alongside the salary scale increases last month.
ACCA Islamabad launched the Public Sector
Group recently, to share experiences and insights matters related to public financial management, good governance and people skills and ethics across the public sector