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Insurance Commission (Ireland)

Volume 65: debated on Tuesday 21 July 1914

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asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the number of assistant clerks, new class, employed in the National Health Insurance Commission (Ireland), the number who entered the class by competitive examination and by promotion from un-established classes, respectively, together with the number promoted to the rank of supervising assistant clerks from both these classes?

Forty-seven of the fifty-one officers in the class referred to at present employed by the Irish Insurance Commissioners, and three of the five who have been promoted to supervising posts, entered the class by competitive examination.