Principles of Wage Determination
“if the emoluments in the public service taken with the other conditions bear fair comparison with those persons with similar qualifications, duties and responsibilities in outside employment, the Government should as a priori, be certain of getting recruits of the required standard and of keeping them contented and efficient. But the converse of this, namely the government cannot get recruits of the requisite standards and keep them contented unless they pay rates of remuneration comparable to those outside, may not be true.”
- Characteristic of a sound pay structure
- Supply and demand consideration
- Equal pay for equal work
- Fair comparison
- Job evaluation
- Wages and productivity
- The concept of model employer.
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