Call for evidence on fair pay in the public sector

Close date: 6 September 2010

The Hutton Review of fair pay in the public sector invites views on fair pay matters. The questions for response include: whether or not respondents agree that a difference in pay of twenty to one between the highest and lowest earners is an appropriate tool for promoting fairness in pay; and whether or not a perception of fair pay has an impact on productivity or brings any other advantages to an organisation. The Hutton Review is reviewing pay scales in the public sector and will suggest how to ensure that no public sector manager earns more than twenty times the lowest paid individual in an organisation.
Consultation document: Call for evidence (on the HM Treasury website)