A war of words has broken out between former Optus executive turned Liberal MP Paul Fletcher and NBN Co over the average salaries paid to NBN Co staff. Mr Fletcher has described NBN Co as a "Millionaires Factory" with staff getting paid an average of more than $220,000 during 2010/2011. NBN Co claims Mr Fletcher has got his sums wrong and in effect ignored certain facts.
Liberal MP and National Broadband Network critic Paul Fletcher has been accused of publishing incorrect and dramatically inflated average salary figures for the staff of NBN Co, the company responsible for administering the NBN. However, Mr Fletcher has contacted iTWire and stands by his findings.
Paul Fletcher, the Federal Opposition's NBN head kicker in residence is at it again, this time lambasting NBN Co, the company administering the National Broadband Network, for paying its employees the sort of excessive salaries enjoyed by staff at top investment banks.
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