Is this Canadian woman still the highest paid civil servant in Britain????
"After resigning from Bombardier at the end of 2004 following Tellier's departure, she was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Canada Post on May 12, 2005. During her period of tenure, she placed emphasis on cost cutting through cutting absenteeism, increasing automation and improved labour relations. The result was a trebling of Canada Post's profits to
C$281 million (£183 million), despite a 5.1 per cent drop in revenues, resulting in a two-year extension to her original five-year contract. However, in her last year of tenure, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers marked her fourth anniversary with a report card, with the CUPW's President Denis Lemelin commenting: "If you compare the four years before Greene with the four years under Greene's management, the numbers show that injuries have gone up 15.4% and grievances have gone up 59.3%."[
On May 27, 2010, Greene was appointed Chief Executive-designate of Britain's Royal Mail. Replacing the departed Adam Crozier from early July, the first non-Briton and first woman to hold the post, her duties are expected to include the part privatisation of Britain's postal service. Greene, who was in 2010 the highest paid UK Civil Servant on a basic salary of £498,000, is based in London. Her total compensation for 2012/13 was reported by the Royal Mail as £3.7 million
More Strike misery on the way..........Here's what devastation she's up to now! Get your Grubby paws off of hard working peoples Pension Pots!!!!
"The Communication Workers Union says the company has steamrolled staff, and suggested the consultation process was fake.
Acting deputy general secretary Ray Ellis said: “Although Royal Mail’s own consultation exercise revealed massive opposition to the closure plan, the company has decided to ignore the views of its workforce and proceed with closure without consent.”
He added: “We will not stand by and watch the company abandon the pension promises it made at the time of privatisation, which threatens our members with massive cuts to their future pension benefits and insecurity and poverty in retirement.”
Staff could lose between a third and a half of their pensions."
Strikes loom as Royal Mail cuts pension scheme | London Evening Standard
I wonder how much Bonus she'll earn from this!
"Royal Mail can continue to hike first-class stamp prices and could see delivery targets changed because of Black Friday, regulator Ofcom ruled today, as it declined major reform of the FTSE 100 postal giant.
Ofcom has conducted an 18-month “fundamental review” into Royal Mail’s work, announced in 2015 after the collapse of Whistl’s rival letters delivery service left no competitors in the “final mile” part of the postal market.
But it concluded all is well and no action is needed."
Royal Mail avoids price controls after Ofcom review | London Evening Standard