This is the thirty-fourth report on senior salaries with the remit of providing independent advice to the Prime Minister, the Lord Chancellor, the Secretary of State for Defence and the Secretary of State for Health on the remuneration of holders of judicial office; senior civil servants; senior officers of the armed forces; very senior managers in the NHS; and other such public appointments. However it covers the second year of the Government's pay freeze for public sector workers paid over Ap21, 000 a year. Therefore, no recommendations for the relevant remit groups could be made. The Review Body report concentrates accordingly on any evidence about recruitment, retention or motiviation, and sets out its views on changes it would like to see in the pay and performance management systems for the remit groups, systems which are nearly all currently under review.It has proposed an average increase in employee contributions of 3.2 per cent of salary across all public sector pension schemes. ... with an average contribution of 1.28 per cent of salary in 2012-13, rising to 2.56 per cent in 2013-14 and then to 3.2 per cent in 2014-15 (i.e. 40 per cent ... The. future. of. civil. service. pension. schemes. 2.30 The proposed additional contribution rates for the civil service for anbsp;...
|Title||:||Review Body on Senior Salaries Thirty-fourth Report on Senior Salaries 2012|
|Author||:||Review Body on Senior Salaries|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2012-03-13|