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Civil Service (Executive Posts)

Volume 464: debated on Wednesday 4 May 1949

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asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury if he is aware that only a small number of executive grade posts have been offered at present to temporary executive officers; and what steps he proposes to take regarding the establishment of temporary executive officers to the established grade of executive officer.

Between 1945 and 1948, 1,450 temporary executive posts in the Civil Service have been established and the opportunities of securing establishment afforded to temporary executive staff in this period have been approximately the same in proportion to the numbers eligible as those afforded to clerks. The possibility of establishing more temporary executive posts is already being examined.