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UNIONS AGREE CHIEF OFFICERS' PAY RISE

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A pay increase of 3.5% for council chief officers has been agreed by Unison and the Employers' Organisation. ...
A pay increase of 3.5% for council chief officers has been agreed by Unison and the Employers' Organisation.

GMB and Unison originally submitted a claim last month for a 5% increase for directors and their deputies, but say they are happy with the outcome, which took just one day of negotiating.

Unison's head of local government Malcolm Wing said: 'We are satisfied with the offer. We put forward a number of our concerns in relation to changes in the working conditions of chief officers in regard to modernisation and new political structures. Longer working hours and increased stress are just two issues.'
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