Public-sector salary caps under review, govt says
Premier wants no one making more than the president25 March, 13:35
Some of the fattest cats in Italy's bloated public sector earn three or four times what the head of State is paid.
Giovanni Giorgio Tempini, CEO of government saving and loan trust Cassa Depositi e Prestiti takes home 1.035 million euros every year, compared to Napolitano's annual stipend of 248,000 euros.
Italian railways chief Mauro Moretti gets 873,666 euros a year.
Speaking at a conference in Rome on public-sector pay, Madia said she wants to see "healthy, compulsory (job) mobility, where the rights of the worker are respected, where there are no bureaucratic obstacles".