24 May '11, 8am

Civil service pay to be reviewed next? #Singapore

Civil service pay to be reviewed next? #Singapore

DPM Teo says that it is possible to de-link pay of politicians and top civil servants (AFP). Salaries of civil servants may be next in line to be relooked, following the review of ministerial salaries . Deputy Prime Minister and Minister-in-charge of the Civil Service Teo Chee Hean has hinted yesterday in his first comments on the issue that there is such a possibility. Principles resulting from the committee reviewing ministerial salaries may be used when considering salaries of top civil servants, reported Channel NewsAsia . While salaries in the civil service are already reviewed regularly to ensure competitive remuneration, DPM Teo said he was open to applying the recommendations from the ministerial salary review for the civil service. "If there are useful principles and guidelines which can be applied to benchmarking for public officers, civil service officers, then ...

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