FSA ends recruitment freeze with campaign for new executives

The Food Standards Agency has launched a recruitment drive for 36 executives.

A statement released by union UNISON revealed its campaign has successfully brought to an end a four-year recruitment freeze at the agency.

The statement adds FSA directors have agreed to fund 36 permanent executive officer grade posts in field operations.

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