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SEPA pay restructure "severe threat" to stopping green crime

Staff pay grade restructuring at the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has been described as a severe threat to the efficient prosecution of environmental criminals. According to trade union Unison, draconian and unilateral management decisions to adjust staff pay has dented morale. A Unison spokesman told MRW: Morale is very low in the agency and this is not a good situation for people to be in when they are doing such a vital job. In December 2007, Unison members of ...