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  • For me its about where the benefits of those efficiencies end up -with shareholders or back into the public purse.
    I think providing jobs for people is a government service -eg combining two teams might make some financial sense, but if those savings (which are usually low skilled staff) are just making people unemployed and needing to sign on, is that actually the same level of saving?
    Managing to wring 15% more work out of your staff for no extra costs isn't something that should be rewarded.


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