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Government announces three more years of pay restraint for public servants –

Union slams extension of effective pay freeze as “unacceptable”.



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Public servants earning more than $60,000 will only be offered pay increases under select circumstances for the next three years, Public Service Minister Chris Hipkins has announced.
There will be no pay increases for those earning more than $100,000 or senior leaders, while those earning less than $60,000 about a quarter of the sector will still see pay increases.
The move extends a measure brought in last year, set to expire next month.
It is technically “guidance” but the core public sector…

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