The Changing Pattern of Pay Differentials in the Public Sector
In the previous two chapters we looked in depth at movements in the pay of, first, manual and then non-manual workers. We have seen how the pay of both groups of workers has grown over the period and examined the interdependence and differences between the pay of similar occupational groups within different parts of the public sector.
KeywordsPublic Sector Skilled Worker Wage Differential Unskilled Worker Labour Relation Review
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