HC Deb 20 December 1928 vol 223 cc3260-1W

asked the Minister of Labour the number of persons employed by his Department, and their separate salaries, at the Walworth Road (Borough) Employment Exchange; whether any increases in the staff have taken place during the previous 12 months; and whether any overtime has been worked at this particular Exchange during this period?

Grade. Scale of Salary. Number in grade at Employment Exchange.
1st Class Officer £600–20–700* 1
2nd Class Officer (women) £300–15–440* 1
3rd Class Officer (men) £200–15–400* 3
3rd Class Officer (women) £200–10–300* 1
Employment Officer (men) £200–10–250* 8
Employment Officer (women) £170–10–220* 3
Employment Clerks (men) £75–5–80–10–180* 16
Employment Clerks (women) £75–5–120–7 10–150* 6
Temporary Clerks and "P" Clerks (Men) Grade II, 64/1–5/0–79/1 2
Grade III, 56/5–2/6–66/5 12
Temporary Clerks (women) Grade II, 48/6–2/6–58/6 1
Grade III, 42/8–2/6–54/8 4
Temporary Typist, Grade II 41/4–2/6–49/4 1
* Exclusive of current rates of bonus.

The staff has fluctuated during the period according to the volume of work, the lowest figure being 52 on 1st May and the highest 60 on 1st November. The number of hours overtime worked during the 52 weeks ended 30th November, 1928, the latest date for which figures are available, was 1,110.

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