Shellharbour council hired expensive execs in job cutting restructure

Ben Langford
Updated May 15 2024 - 10:01pm, first published 9:54pm
Shellharbour council CEO Mike Archer (third from right) pictured in February at the Oak Flats depot after announcing a new apprentice and trainee program. Picture by Adam McLean
Shellharbour council CEO Mike Archer (third from right) pictured in February at the Oak Flats depot after announcing a new apprentice and trainee program. Picture by Adam McLean

News of job cuts at Shellharbour City Council has come as a bitter pill for staff after the council had increased its number of executive directors eight months ago.

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Ben Langford

Ben Langford

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