OAS Salary Scales in the ECC


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Salary scales in the OAS offices of the EEC


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OAS Salary Survey 2004: 

OAS Salary Survey 2004 The Bahamas Antigua & Barbuda Dominica Grenada St. Kitts & Nevis St. Lucia St. Vincent & The Grenadines Guillermo García-Huidobro


Background IICA Salary Scale 1992 IICA Salary Scale 1998 IICA Salary Scale 2002 OAS Salary Scale 1995

OAS Salary Survey 2004: 

OAS Salary Survey 2004 Comparator Employers Gross and Net Salaries Group A of countries The Bahamas Antigua & Barbuda St. Kitts Group B of countries St. Lucia St. Vincent & The Grenadines Grenada Dominica

Main Conclusions: 

Main Conclusions OAS Salary Scales were set high in 1995 Period 1995–2004 poor LLM performances External factors affect GDP performances Low or negative labour productivity evolution High unemployment rates OAS Salary Scales still high in 2004 Need for some adjustments Key Comparator Employers Need for selecting key comparator employers by country

Main Recommendations: 

Main Recommendations Adjust Salary Scales for Bahamas, Antigua & Barbuda, and St. Kitts Improve and update Salary Scales for Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Dominica Select comparator employers for each country A proposed follow-up procedure for these OAS Salary Scales



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