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Wednesday, 16 November 2011

"Jersey Gravy Train Still Rumbling Down The Tracks"

Payout for departing Waterfront executive


Payout for departing Waterfront executive
Stephen Izatt has left his £266,540 per year post

ONE of Jersey’s highest paid public sector employees is to receive an undisclosed payout after quitting his job.

Stephen Izatt has left his £266,540 per year post as the head of the States of Jersey Development Company.
The announcement marks the second high-profile departure of the year. States chief executive Bill Ogley was alleged to have received £500,000 for his departure in February.
Mr Izatt is among the very top earners on the public payroll, not far behind the highest-paid who is believed to be the Bailiff, Michael Birt, on a package of between £290,000 and £310,999.

3 comments:

  1. Absolutely scandalous, this Government treat the Public like S**T.
    The Waterfront is the ugliest you could ever see, what exactly did this clown do to earn that obscene wage, no-one seems to know, and when was anyone ever entitled to anything when they "leave" their position.
    How can these "A*******S" give that sort of wage, followed by a massive "pay off" to an imposter and they say there is no money to keep a young child alive.
    No one in their right mind could ever in their wildest dreams even mention the word "respect" in relation to this Government!

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  2. Corruption of public funds again on a par with Berlusconi..this guy was outed from a similar job in Edinburgh...he squandered 50k on two parties and installed a gym in his office which he never used looking at him for anothEr 10k...this is our money I WOULD SEE HIM IN COURT BEFORE ANY PAYMENT

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  3. disgusting when money is urgently needed to keep young children alive, how many more of these embosiles will come out of the clossett

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