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OPINION: The true cost of time theft in the public sector

Thursday 19 November 2020 | Written by Supplied | Published in Editorials, Opinion

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OPINION: The true cost of time theft in the public sector
Individuals holding top jobs in government may be taking a little too much time for their lunch breaks, and the public ends up paying the cost, writes Te Tuhi Kelly. 18062801

Ordinary staff members are not the only ones that steal time, some heads of ministries are taking longer than normal lunch breaks and morning and afternoon tea breaks. By Te Tuhi Kelly.

Ordinary staff members are not the only ones that steal time, some heads of ministries are taking longer than normal lunch breaks and morning and afternoon tea breaks. By Te Tuhi Kelly.


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