As the government undergoes a compensation review exercise for its workers, public servants are being asked to give their feedback, and today is the deadline for them to share their thoughts.
This has come in the form of a 10 to 15-minute online survey; the link to which has been sent to the emails of government employees.
The survey was developed in a way that allows every public officer to express their opinions anonymously.
It was developed through the consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Services Limited (PwC) who was contracted by the government to conduct a nine-month long review aimed at modernising employment terms and conditions to enhance performance across the public service.
“The contract for the Compensation Review was signed with PwC in October of 2022 and is valued at $302,103. The project is scheduled to conclude in August,” government said in a recent media release.
As part of this ongoing assessment phase of the project, focus group discussions are happening with public officers.
The PwC is conducting the review in six different phases including the project planning phase, the current state assessment, the compensation philosophy and revised classification system, the compensation review, the job evaluation methodology phase, and the project close.
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