Wednesday, September 3, 2014   

Civil servants to have pay raise of 5.61-6.91pc: survey
(05-16 15:31)

Civil servants are expected to get a pay hike of a rate between 5.61 percent to 6.91 percent, according to the pay trend survey.
Excluding pay grade increment, civil servants of higher salary are expected to have a pay rise of 5.96 percent, medium pay grades may have 4.71 percent and 3.8 percent for staff of lower pay grades.   
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