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Public consultation into States' members' pay

Public questionnaire on States' members' pay

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The States' Members' Pay Review Panel would like to invite the community to share their views in a short survey about States' Members' pay.

Every four years, States' Members' pay is reviewed for the next political term by an independent panel, there being a well-established protocol that a sitting Assembly does not review its own pay. Mr Richard Hamilton (Chair), Mr Michael Fooks and Mr Ed Freestone have been appointed to the 2024 panel which is tasked with making recommendations regarding States' Members' pay for the 2025 political term.

The States' Members' Pay Review Panel would like to invite the community to share their views in a short survey about States' Members' pay. You will be asked your opinion on the principles for determining pay and current pay levels.

You may find it useful to refer to the current pay scales for this political term which can be found here.

The panel values your engagement with the consultation process and encourages you to share your opinions and ideas.

The survey is available online at www.gov.gg/DeputiesPaySurvey. Paper copies can be collected from the reception of Sir Charles Frossard House and Edward T Wheadon House in Guernsey, or from the States of Alderney's General Office, which is located on the ground floor of the Island Hall in Alderney.

The survey is anonymous and will take less than 10 minutes to complete. It will close on Sunday 26 May 2024.

If you have any questions about the survey or the States' Members' pay review, please contact SMPR2024@gov.gg.

Public questionnaire on States' members' pay

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