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Monday, 20 July 2009

Pay Freeze?

Trouble in Store
Stephen Timms, the Treasury Minister, has said the government will soon make a pay decision wrt HMRC staff.

He has not ruled out a freeze on salary levels.

Tax does have to be taxing.

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5 comments:

  1. absolutely agree - HMRC is a fine, upstanding, morally faultless department that takes such a pride in looking after its staff and serving the public - I would gladly take a pay cut or even pay for the privilege of working for them if they asked me.

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  2. 'absolutely agree - HMRC is a fine, upstanding, morally faultless department that takes such a pride in looking after its staff and serving the public - I would gladly take a pay cut or even pay for the privilege of working for them if they asked me.

    20 July 2009 16:17'

    I certainly admire your irony!

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  3. Actually we have already voted for a pay freeze !

    http://www.pcs.org.uk/en/revenue_and_customs_group/whats_new/hmrc-pay-offer--result-of-consultative-ballot.cfm

    As we were threatened with a payfreeze if we rejected the ever so generous pay offer of 1% for each of the next two years !.

    Happy days are here again !

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  4. I ask myself why did I resign from the department?

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  5. absolutely agree - HMRC is a fine, upstanding, morally faultless department that takes such a pride in looking after its staff and serving the public - I would gladly take a pay cut or even pay for the privilege of working for them if they asked me.

    Every small businessman in the country already pays for the privelege of working for HMRC, and I don't think "asked" is the verb they would use.

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