VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

                            The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) is looking for qualified, goal oriented and re...


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Communique by NTC on 2014 National Daily Minimum W...

                    The National Tripartite Committee (NTC) concluded consultations on the 2014 National Daily Minimum Wage (NDM...


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Agreement on 2014 Public Sector Wage Negotiations

                        The Public Services Joint Standing Negotiating Committee (PSJSNC) comprising Government, represented...


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Labour Commission, Pharmacists Lose Case Against F...

An Accra High Court, presided over by Justice Ajet Nassam today has dismissed the National Labour Commission’s suit against Fair Wages and Salaries ...


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Strike Action By The Government And Hospital Pharm...

The health sector was migrated as a whole following a meeting held at Dodowa from 2nd-5th October, 2011 for the purpose. This included the Medical Off...


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Aims and Objectives of SSPP

The aim of the Single Spine Pay Policy is to attract, retain and motivate public service workers to enhance effectiveness in service delivery and improved productivity. The objectives of this policy are as follows:

  • To promote equity in the administration of public service pay.
  • To establish principles for matching wage increases to productivity.
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Fair Wages Weekly Broadcast on GTV & Radio Ghana

The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission [FWSC] in collaboration with the national broadcaster Ghana Broadcasting Corporation from 15th September, 2012 commenced transmitting a weekly live programme to educate the labour front and the nation at large on the Single Spine Pay Policy and Salary Structure among other salary and labour related issues.

The Programme is transmitted simultaneously on Ghana Television and Radio Ghana Networks Nationwide at 5pm every Saturday.

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Mandate of FWSC

The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission is mandated to:
  1. Ensure fair, transparent and systematic implementation of the Government of Ghana  Public Service Pay Policy.
  2. Develop and advise Government on, and to ensure that decisions are implemented on matters related to:
  3. Undertake negotiations where compensation is financed from public funds.

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Job Evaluation

Job Evaluation is the systematic process of analyzing the contents of jobs to determine the relative worth of jobs within and across institutions. Job Analysis and evaluation exercises were undertaken in 2006 with benchmark jobs in the public services on the basis of the following four broad job factor groupings: [...more]

Performance Management

Measuring the performance of an individual to the general output of an organisation is very critical to the growth of that organisation. In the light of this, the Directorate is very crucial to the growth and development of the Public Sector as it is tasked with the responsibility of Developing and Monitoring Performance Management Systems within the Public Service. The development of these systems is to ensure that the Performance of Public Servants can be monitored and evaluated. read more...

PSJSNC

[Public Services Joint Standing Negotiating Committee] The Government of Ghana introduced the Single Spine Pay Policy (SSPP) to be effective January 2010. The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission Act, 2007 (Act 737)   read more

Service Classifications

Service Classification refers to the act of grouping Public Service by the nature of activities they perform.

Mapping and Migration

Mapping is the process of placing individual jobholders in an institution on the Single Spine Grade Structure based on established guidelines

Rules on Negotiations Procedure

The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission and labour unions, associations, institutions :