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Manchester City council

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Manchester City council

Just been announced on the news that 17% of Manchester City council staff are to lose their jobs over the next few years.
It will be interesting to see how other Councils compare to this figure. Will this be an average figure or one on the higher side ? Lets hope it's not on the lower side.
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Re: Manchester City council

There are some highly paid people in those places.....lots of money to be saved.
Sadly it'll probably be the lower paid ones who get kicked out Sad

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Re: Manchester City council

Is it Norfolk that just got rid of a deputy Chief Exec?  You won't see many of those jobs being made redundant.  Apparently the Chief will take on his responsibilities - that means more work for those further down the food chain of course.
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Re: Manchester City council

Brentwood Borough Council shares a Chief Executive with Essex County Council.  It's not been a total success and has been the subject of much criticism.
The joint chief exec is Joanna Killian who is one of the highest paid chief execs in the country on £224k plus £47k pension contributions.