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Dept Of Health Hr Head Paid Very Well Indeed


Tremayne

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Nice work if you can get it - but what does the NHS patient get out of it?

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- 4 years as head of HR at the department of health (now left to join BT)

- £230k p.a salary, double her predecessor’s

- £40k bonus last year

- £230K pension pot accumulated in only 4 years

“We are going to miss Clare. She has been an advocate and champion of partnership for the improvement of health care skills and workplaces. During her time in health, Clare has delivered sector-wide initiatives such as the Centre for Workforce Intelligence, the Social Partnership Forum, the Equality and Diversity Council and the National Leadership Council.

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Nice work if you can get it - but what does the NHS patient get out of it?

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- 4 years as head of HR at the department of health (now left to join BT)

- £230k p.a salary, double her predecessor’s

- £40k bonus last year

- £230K pension pot accumulated in only 4 years

“We are going to miss Clare. She has been an advocate and champion of partnership for the improvement of health care skills and workplaces. During her time in health, Clare has delivered sector-wide initiatives such as the Centre for Workforce Intelligence, the Social Partnership Forum, the Equality and Diversity Council and the National Leadership Council.

Animal Farm.

The last paragraph sounds like Fabian, Common Purpose b0llocks to me.

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