Caps on exit payments branded ‘unduly punitive’

By Sam Clayden | 01 March 2016

Changes to government policy on public sector exit payments are ‘unduly punitive,’ according to the trade union for council chief executives.

In evidence to a parliamentary committee, the Association of Local Authority Chief Executives (ALACE) called on Whitehall to rethink changes to the Enterprise Bill, which would impose a £95,000 cap on exit payments.

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