The Public Sector Salary System in Slovenia
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The Public Sector Salary System in Slovenia

This report assesses the Slovenian public sector salary system.  In doing so, it examines the salary structure; the job classification framework; wage relativities – level of compensation and method for determining wage increases, and the wage negotiation framework;  use of cash supplements; use of performance incentives; and the role of social dialogue in bargaining employment conditions.
 
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This review of the Slovenian public sector salary system was requested by the Government of Slovenia as part of a broader OECD Public Governance Review of Slovenia. To increase its efficiency and effectiveness, the public administration needs to have staff in the right place at the right time and with the right skills, motivated to perform. The public sector salary system provides the backbone for helping to achieve this. This review analyses the current system and makes recommendations for further reform.
 
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