Friday, 18 February 2011

''Councils' crazy non-jobs need to go''

The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) is waging a 'war' on "crazy non-jobs" that have been created by local authorities.

Since the previous government came to power in 1997, the number of council employees not in front-line positions has grown to 741,702 and it's time to do something about it, especially with councils cutting essential services to save money, said local government minister Bob Neill. However, many of these non front-line positions are in education, culture, heritage, social services, libraries, planning, recreation, trading standards and environmental health.

My comment: Many councils also support these "crazy none-jobs" with crazy money.

Read the full story from the source Public Service

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