asked the Secretary to the Overseas Trade Department how many of the personnel recently found to be redundant are still retained in his Department; and what is the grading and the scale of pay of the officers concerned?
Out of a number of 96 officers recently notified as available for transfer only 25 now remain. Of these one is due to leave at the end of the month, one is shortly to be called up for military service, and three are due to retire under the age limit in a few weeks' time. Details of grades and salaries will be circulated in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
In view of the fact that, in reply to an earlier Question, it was revealed that a temporary officer could be transferred from one post, exempt from military service to another, within 24 hours, can the Minister say why it has taken two months to dispose of only three-quarters of the people affected and how long it will take to dispose of the remainder?
|Grade.||Scale of pay.||Remarks.|
|1 Commercial Secretary, Grade 1||1,200–50–1,500||—|
|1 Temporary Principal Officer||800||Due to leave at end of July, 1942.|
|1 Assistant Officer||250–25–625||Shortly to be called up for military service.|
|1 Senior Executive Officer (Higher Grade)||750–30–1,000||—|
|1 Senior Executive Officer||700–25–860||Due to retire in October, 1942.|
|2 Senior Staff Officers||650–25–750||One due to retire in September, 1942.|
|1 Staff Officer||550–25–650||Due to retire in September, 1942.|
|2 Higher Clerical Officers||400–18–525||—|
|1 Chief Superintendent of Typists||300–12–365||—|
|2 Clerical Officers||At varying rates up to £350.||—|
|7 Temporary Clerks|
|5 Record Keepers and Messengers||At varying rates up to 67s. per week.||—|