DCC Annual Report 2013-14

IMG_20141029_132653ODT 29.10.14 (page 5)


Report – Council – 30/10/14 (PDF, 2.5 MB)
Approval and Adoption of Annual Report

Recommendation: That the Council approves and adopts the Dunedin City Council Annual Report for the year ending 30 June 2014, subject to any minor editing required between adoption and final publication.

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr


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5 responses to “DCC Annual Report 2013-14

  1. Peter

    I guess though it may have been galling for the council to have to pay out certain undeserving individuals this is the price you sometimes have to pay to get rid of deadwood.
    Unused annual leave pay and sick pay is ok, but other sweeteners to bugger off should be limited as much as possible.

  2. Cars

    The annual saving should such ne’er do wells not be replaced far outweighs the cost of dissing them. The problem is that the empire builders replace dead wood with sycamore trees.

  3. Elizabeth

    Link received
    Thu, 30 Oct 2014 at 1:02 a.m.

    ### stuff.co.nz Last updated 09:34 29/10/2014
    The seven craziest cost cuts ever
    By Tony Featherstone
    I visited a potential client at its state office this week. The business no longer has a receptionist, so visitors ring the buzzer and wait for an employee to let them in. Ten minutes later a stressed-out staff member let me in and our meeting started late. I’m sure the beancounters in the company’s interstate headquarter are chuffed admin staff have been axed. They may not realise keeping clients waiting, and disrupting staff who have to open the door, costs more in the long run than the small salary saved.
    Read more

  4. Phil

    I’m more impressed (or depressed) by the revelation that there are 43 current DCC staff members who earn in excess of $100k a year. Given that there are nowhere near 43 departments within DCC (more like half that number) that means that ridiculous salaries are not merely confined to heads of departments.

  5. Elizabeth

    DCC Annual Report (tabled for council approval and adoption 30.10.14) available for download at post, top of thread.

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