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SMALL INCREASE IN STAFFING RECORDED IN WELSH COUNCILS

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The number of staff employed by local authorities in Wales increased by an estimated 1,400 whole time equivalents (...
The number of staff employed by local authorities in Wales increased by an estimated 1,400 whole time equivalents (1%) over the year June 1994 to June 1995, according to the Joint Staffing Watch survey published today by the Welsh Office.

As at 11 June 1995, 117,839 WTE staff, (including law and order services but excluding special employment and training measures) were employed.

County staff numbers (WTE) increased by around 1,000 and districts by 300.

The biggest increase recorded year on year is in social services where 1,400 more WTE staff (7%) were employed.
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