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Senior deputy DPP had been searching for greener pastures
2012-10-12 17:46:41 | (0 Comments)
It appears that Senior Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Caroline Hay has resigned because of dissatisfaction with her remuneration package.
Outgoing senior Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Caroline Hay.
Her salary could not be immediately ascertained.
However, according to the DPP Paula Llewellyn, Hay is moving to what she calls greener pastures.
Hay has accepted an offer from a private firm and will officially depart the office of the DPP on January 31, 2013.
READ: Senior Deputy DPP Caroline Hay resigns
Llewellyn says she will lose a world-class professional.
Last year, the office of the DPP lost Diahann Gordon Harrison, another senior deputy.
However, Llewellyn says the rate of attrition could have been worse had she not been creating a nurturing environment for them.
She says persons who work on a contractual basis in other areas of the public service make much more money than the staff of the DPP, adding that regardless of their work load and work hours, their incomes are fixed.
In the meantime, Hay says for some time now, she had been communicating to Llewellyn that she wanted to broaden her base.
“I have been made an offer that takes me into a direction which I want to go. I feel the time is right,” she says.
Hay was not at liberty to disclose her new place of employment but says she has put systems in place to ensure a smooth transition.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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