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Civil servants and petitions

Civil servants and petitions

| 19/11/2018 | 0 Comments

Could you please tell us whether or not civil servants would be able to collect signatures in addition to signing petitions?

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Will statutory authorities’ staff get pay rises?

Will statutory authorities’ staff get pay rises?

| 17/09/2018 | 2 Comments

Regarding the cost-of-living pay increase for civil servants (see Civil servants to get 5% cost of living hike), would you find out if employees of statutory authorities will also be getting raises? Auntie’s answer: The short answer is the increase is not automatic for statutory authorities and government companies (SAGCs), but that does not necessarily […]

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‘Days of our Lives’, Cayman-style

‘Days of our Lives’, Cayman-style

| 10/08/2018 | 22 Comments

With everything going on about women being sexual assaulted by various civil servants, can you advise if there is a policy for office romances? My boss is married but having an office affair with a subordinate. They have been together for years and caught kissing, and rumour has it that last year two colleagues caught […]

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Fired civil servant looking to appeal decision

Fired civil servant looking to appeal decision

| 23/01/2018 | 7 Comments

I lost my job in the civil service due to what I believe was a false report filed on me. I also do not think the circumstances of my case were investigated properly. Is there an independent entity that could look into this and if it finds I was unfairly dismissed order my reinstatement? Auntie’s […]

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Job security of civil servants after elections

Job security of civil servants after elections

| 06/06/2017 | 6 Comments

With the change in government, what protection do civil servants have against being transferred or fired at the whim and fancy of the new MLAs? If a civil servant is let go because the new minister prefers to bring in someone else, does the civil servant have any protection or recourse? Auntie’s answer: I put […]

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