Public Sector Wages Policy


Public Sector Wages Policy    |   File Size: 295.79 kB Downloads: 3782   |   Post Date: 03 August 2006

Periodic reviews of the public sector reveal that more than 70% of all expenditures typically goes towards recurrent expenditures during every financial year. Further decomposition of the recurrent expenditures also show that the proportion of funds spent on payment of wages and salaries is the single largest item in the budget. In spite of this, there are disparities in the remuneration of workers in the public service. All these point to the need for a consolidated public sector remuneration policy.


Page 1 of 1 |

Search for a document















Recent Posts

Youth Participation in Governance and Effects of Corruption: Policy Gaps Analysis.

Youth and Education: Policy Gaps Analysis.

Ethnicity and Ethnic Politics in Kenya: Policy Gaps Analysis.

Education Sector Development in Kenya.

How Poor Governance and Corruption Affects the Youth in Kenya.

Archives