FWSC schools Kenyan delegation on Single Spine

The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) is hosting a five-member Kenyan government delegation from the Kenyan Salaries and Remuneration Commission which is on a three-day working visit to share experiences and best practices on the implementation of the Single Spine Pay Policy...


The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) is hosting a five-member Kenyan government delegation from the Kenyan Salaries and Remuneration Commission which is on a three-day working visit to share experiences and best practices on the implementation of the Single Spine Pay Policy.

The Kenyan government appointed new Commissioners with diverse backgrounds in September 2018, hence the visit is to grant the delegation an opportunity to share experiences and best practices on salary administration in Ghana.

The Commissioners, who are the top policymakers in settling, advising and reviewing remuneration and benefits in the public sector in Kenya, are John Kennedy Munyoncho, Peris Ashumbwe, James Maina Muhoro, Christine Agimba and Mr David Muthaka (Director for Research, Compliance, Policy and Planning).

The management of the FWSC is engaging the delegation in Accra today, Monday, 1 April 2019 in a full-day technical workshop.

On their itinerary, the Commissioners would be engaging Commissioners of the National Labour Commission in line with their critical role in managing national-level salary-related disputes in Ghana; and the Trades Union Congress of Ghana, on how Organised Labour and the Ghanaian labour front works with the FWSC to navigate the sensitive paths of public service salaries.

The Commissioners would also be paying courtesy calls on the Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Mr Baffour Awuah; and Deputy Finance Minister, Ms Abena Osei Asare.

Upon requests, the FWSC hosts foreign delegations to share knowledge on the implementation of the Single Spine Pay Policy. Another government team from Zimbabwe is expected in the country next week.

Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM



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