Council bosses' pay decisions must be easy to see, minister says
Councils must show how they decide to award big salaries to their officials, the local government minister has said.
Lesley Griffiths AM told BBC Wales Sunday Politics programme the public should have easy access to information about senior managers' pay.
Guidance on setting pay will be issued to councils next month.
A recent report by the Wales Audit Office (WAO) found chief executive pay varied from about £105,000 to £195,000.
Ms Griffiths was speaking to Daniel Davies.
09 Mar 2014
- From the section Wales