Civil servant bosses income falls to 2008 levels in 2014

Thu, 11 Dec 2014

By Suze Metherell Dec. 11 (BusinessDesk) - Senior New Zealand public servants' and chief executives' total collective pay is at the lowest level in six years and is expected to stay low based on the weak inflation outlook, the State Services Commission said in its annual remuneration report.  Public service chief executives earned a total of $11.58 million in the year ended June 30, the lowest level since the June 2008 year and $500,000 less than last year, the civil service overseer said in its report, reflecting reduced numbers of chief...

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