HC Deb 22 February 1912 vol 34 c883W

asked the Postmaster-General how many women are employed in the money order department, Manor Gardens, Holloway; and if he can give any forecast of the number of positions at present occupied by women clerks which will be replaced ultimately by the new grade of assistant women clerks at a lower rate of pay?


The authorised number of women is at present 1,134, divided as follows:—

1 Lady superintendent.
1 Deputy-superintendent.
5 Assistant superintendents.
22 Principal clerks.
66 Women clerks (first class).
530 Women clerks (second class).
75 Girl clerks.
22 Female assistant clerks.
402 Women sorters.
1 Superintendent of typists.
9 Female typists.