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On David Cameron's watch it's been pay-offs for managers and pay cuts for nurses.
In one case married couple Karen Straughair and Chris Reed got pay-offs totalling almost PS1million and both moved to new posts within months.
He added: "Legislation before MPs aims to cap all public sector pay-offs at PS95,000 before Christmas - David Flory's pay-off is four times that amount.
AN NHS boss and adviser to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has received a pay-off worth PS410,000 on top of his annual salary, figures show.
The Conservative Party has promised to end six-figure redundancy pay-offs for highly paid public sector workers if they regain power at the General Election in May.
In that context it isn't flippant to say that pay-offs of more than six figures are a slap in the face to the community.
Thompson was being grilled by a Commons committee in the wake of controversy over hefty pay-offs to BBC executives.
THE public spending watchdog is to investigate BBC severance packages after it emerged almost 200 senior managers received pay-offs of more than PS100,000 each in the past three years.
THE public spending watchdog is to investigate BBC severance packages after it emerged nearly 200 senior managers received pay-offs of more than PS100,000 each in the past three years.
The pay-offs to each firm (which may be expressed in terms of market share, profits or sales volume) which arise from the possible pairs of choices can be seen in Figure 1.
THE confusion at the heart of the BBC's decision-maKing was laid bare as its executives - past and present - argued over who Knew what and when about massive pay-offs to senior staff.
THE BBC have spent PS25million of licence-fee money on secret pay-offs for 150 managers over the last three years.