Provides information on how civil service remuneration systems work in African countries. Successful reform in civil service remuneration systems in Africa is of particular importance for countries in the process of structural adjustment because of its effect on the overall structural programme.A number of countries gave auxiliaries and other non-permanent civil servants permanent civil service status on or soon after independence when general revisions to civil service regulations and provisions were made. In Niger measures toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Civil Service Pay in Africa|
|Publisher||:||International Labour Organization - 1990|