... to the works group classes by way of promotion from the related sub- professional classes (technical grades and draughtsmen). ... Exceptionally, alternative evidence of high professional attainment may be accepted. ... There were differences in structure and grading, considerable disparity in rates of pay and conditions of service and ... The anomalies were examined, of course, in the general post-war review of the professional, scientific and technical classes which started in 1944.
|Title||:||Introductory Factual Memorandum on the Civil Service Dated 15th December 1953|
|Author||:||Great Britain. Treasury|