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KLI Employment & Labor Brief No. 82 (2018-04): Open-ended Contract Workers in the Public Sector: Job Grade System and Wage Structure
KLI Employment & Labor Brief No. 82 (2018-04): Open-ended Contract Workers in the Public Sector: Job Grade System and Wage Structure
  • Table of Contents

    Contents

    1. Need for Job Management and Wage Structure in the Public Sector

    2. Current Job Management and Wage Structure in the Public Sector

      3. Irregular Jobs in the Public Sector: Conversion to Regular Jobs

    4. Proposal for Job Management and Wage Structure in the Public Sector

    5. Conclusion and Strategy

     

    Summary

    There is an ongoing conversion of irregular jobs (that are permanent and continuous) to regular positions (open-ended contracts) in the public sector. This process of conversion requires a job grade system and wage structure that enable the principle of equal pay for equal work. It is not appropriate that a wide range of wage levels and structures exist for jobs that perform similar tasks (as is the case for existing open-ended contracts). This study designs and proposes a job grade system and wage structure for the 5 major positions to be converted to regular jobs. Labor and management in the public sector must work together to define a reasonable and well-structured job and wage system.