FICSA Standing Committee on Professional Salaries and Allowances advise the Executive Committee on:

  • Best comparator as stipulated in Noblemaire principle
  • Salary levels: including the defence and protection of salaries for all categories of staff in all duty stations
  • Post adjustment questions: including participation in the Advisory Committee on Post Adjustment Questions (ACPAQ) to develop the best system to establish post adjustment amounts
  • Education grant: including defending the grant and participating in the review of the level of the grant
  • Review of the pay and benefits system: including participation in all discussions, recommendations and decisions on every aspect of pay and benefits
  • Training: including workshops on place-to-place surveys, Professional salaries, GS salary survey methodology, job classification and post adjustment

STANDING COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES

Salary survey methodology

Salary survey methodology including the technical analysis and development of the best method to capture and analyze information about the local salary market

Workshops

Workshops including training in using the survey methodology and how best to participate in a local salary survey committee (LSSC)

Salary levels

Salary levels including the defence and protection of salaries for all categories of staff in all duty stations

Post adjustment questions

Post adjustment questions including participation in the Advisory Committee on Post Adjustment Questions (ACPAQ) to develop the best system to establish post adjustment amounts

Education grant

Education grant including defending the grant and participating in the review of the level of the grant

Review of the pay and benefits system

Review of the pay and benefits system including participation in all discussions, recommendations and decisions on every aspect of pay and benefits

Training

Training including workshops on place-to-place surveys, professional salaries, GS salary survey methodology, job classification and post adjustment

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