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$820k: NSW’s highest-paid public sector worker REVEALED

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The new chief executive of state insurer icare will take home $821,000 a year, in a decision that has been described as an insult to public sector workers. 

The new CEO Richard Harding will become NSW’s highest-paid public servant, earning $122,000 more than his predecessor. He will also be eligible for an annual bonus of $410,847. 

The pay was set by the icare board, with icare saying Harding’s “impeccable record in leading businesses” will help him address icare’s challenges. He…

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