New Public Sector Pensions Deal 'unaffordable' - DIRECTORS !

New Public Sector Pensions Deal 'unaffordable' - DIRECTORS !

Postby Cannydc » Thu Nov 03, 2011 8:31 am

A new pension deal for public sector workers is too generous to be economically sustainable, business leaders warned last night.

The improved government offer to public sector workers would mean staff continue to enjoy pensions “insulated from economic reality”, the Institute of Directors (IoD) said.


Sorry, but do they really not see the irony in their crass statement ?

Not even when they read this ???

A nurse retiring on a salary of £34,200 after 40 years would receive a pension of £22,800.

Meanwhile

The earnings of FTSE 100 directors soared by 49% in the past year, hitting £2.7 million each.

In the 2010/11 financial year, FTSE 100 directors saw their total earnings rocket by an average of 49%. At least, that's according to the latest report from employment researcher Incomes Data Services (IDS).


Plainly, their renumeration (£2.7m a year) is thoroughly deserved, along with the £1m+ annual pension that comes with it. While nurses etc are clearly the lowest of the low, undeserving wretches, riven with greed and desperate to hang on to their gold plated pensions at all costs.

What a state this country has fallen to.
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Re: New Public Sector Pensions Deal 'unaffordable' - DIRECTORS !

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 03, 2011 10:51 am

Tell the IOD to take time off from doing it to us and go fuck themselves instead
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Re: New Public Sector Pensions Deal 'unaffordable' - DIRECTORS !

Postby LordRaven » Thu Nov 03, 2011 4:08 pm

Cannydc wrote:A new pension deal for public sector workers is too generous to be economically sustainable, business leaders warned last night.

The improved government offer to public sector workers would mean staff continue to enjoy pensions “insulated from economic reality”, the Institute of Directors (IoD) said.


Sorry, but do they really not see the irony in their crass statement ?

Not even when they read this ???

A nurse retiring on a salary of £34,200 after 40 years would receive a pension of £22,800.

Meanwhile

The earnings of FTSE 100 directors soared by 49% in the past year, hitting £2.7 million each.

In the 2010/11 financial year, FTSE 100 directors saw their total earnings rocket by an average of 49%. At least, that's according to the latest report from employment researcher Incomes Data Services (IDS).


Plainly, their renumeration (£2.7m a year) is thoroughly deserved, along with the £1m+ annual pension that comes with it. While nurses etc are clearly the lowest of the low, undeserving wretches, riven with greed and desperate to hang on to their gold plated pensions at all costs.

What a state this country has fallen to.



Greedy fat bastards!!
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