The Policy & Resources Committee has two weeks to answer written questions relating to staff costs.
Deputy Gavin St. Pier is submitting the Rule 14 questions to obtain more information about the costs of terminating employees' contracts and about the pay of senior figures in the island's judiciary.
Deputy St. Pier originally submitted questions in October about the costs of terminating contracts. At that time, he was told his question was not specific enough. Those questions and answers can be viewed HERE.
He has now submitted a fresh question in which he asks: "What is the quantum for all compromise agreements or settlements agreed by the Committee in respect of the termination of employment between 16 October 2020 and 1 August 2021?"
Pictured: Last year, around three-quarters of all Rule 14 written questions to committees were submitted by two deputies, Gavin St. Pier and Lester Queripel.
In a separate question, Deputy St. Pier is asking: "The Policy & Resources Committee has previously indicated its intent to put in place independent pay review arrangements for the Judges and Crown Officers. If these arrangements have now been agreed and established, could the Committee please outline them?"
The Policy & Resources Committee has until 25 January to reply to the questions.
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