The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 23 (1945) > Issues > Issue 1 > The Structural Engineer in the Civil Services
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The Structural Engineer in the Civil Services

Many anomalies existed before 1939 in the State employment of professional men, and these have been aggravated by the number and diversity of war-time appointments. The Institution of Professional Civil Servants, a body representing about 30,000 professional, scientific, and technical employees of the State, comprising more than 500 grades, has drawn up its proposals for the Post-war reconstruction of the technical Civil Service, which, if accepted by the Government, would reduce the number of classes of such employees to three, with two grades in both the higher classes. S.B. Hamilton

Author(s): Hamilton, S B