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Staff at the RIBA are to be offered permanent contracts and a pension plan under new plans announced by director general Alex Reid to cut the rate of turnover and attract better candidates for jobs. Since 1993 all new staff have been offered non-permanent contracts and 60 per cent of staff are now employed on this basis, but Reid said staff morale had been damaged by the terms. There will be no extra cost to riba and Reid said falling staff turnover could result in reduced spending on job advertisements. riba's reserves were £127,000 in the black, an improvement on a £2.5 million deficit in 1994.

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