Chiefs reject 'disappointing' pay deal

By Mark Conrad and Dan Peters | 10 April 2018

The trade union for council chief executives has rejected the ‘very disappointing’ pay offer to their members.

In a statement, the Association of Local Authority Chief Executives and Senior Managers (ALACE) complained the 1% offer for 2018/19 only was inferior to the local government pay deal agreed with the rest of the sector, worth 2% a year for two years.

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