Public Sector Pay Commission Charter

Original Language Title: Valsts sektora darba samaksas komisijas nolikums

Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/159797

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 451 in 2007 (26 June. No 37 60) public sector wage Commission Regulations Issued under the public administration facilities article 13 1 of the Act. The public sector pay Commission (hereinafter the Commission) is a consultative body whose aim follow up single employees in the public sector wage system (hereinafter – payment system) development and make recommendations for its improvement.
2. Amendments to the system of regulating wage laws establish, having regard to the Commission proposal. Decisions of the Commission's recommendations.
3. the Commission's personnel approved by the Cabinet of Ministers. The Commission is made up of: 3.1 national Deputy Director of the Office for public administration development and policy coordination matters (Commission President);
3.2. a representative of the Ministry of the economy;
3.3. The Ministry of finance, the public sector pay policy Division (Vice-President);
3.4. the representative of the Ministry of welfare;
3.5. Regional development and local government Ministry spokesman;
3.6. a representative of the Ministry of Justice;
3.7. the civil administration representative;
3.8. the State Chancellery's policy coordination Department representative.
4. the Commission shall be valid if they are sitting on at least four members of the Commission and the President of the Commission or, in his absence, the Vice-President of the Commission, or other designated Commission member of the Commission, exercising his functions.
5. the Commission shall take decisions by the members of the Commission by mutual agreement. If the members of the Commission are unable to agree, the decision shall be taken by a simple majority. Each Commission member shall have one vote. If the vote splits in the casting is sitting head of voice.
6. the Commission shall have the following functions: 6.1. assessing the wage system development, as well as pay regulatory laws;
6.2. to give proposals to State bodies on the failures of the wage system.
7. The Commission shall have the following tasks: 7.1. assess the national direct administration of the classification system of posts and to provide proposals for the necessary amendments;
7.2. to assess the position of households (apakšsaimj) and the distribution of monthly salary levels and provide proposals for the necessary amendments;
7.3. to assess the salary group intervals and make proposals for the necessary amendments;
7.4. to examine and provide proposals for the classification of a specific position in a particular job family (sub-family) and level in accordance with the catalog, if between the authority and the State Chancellery is not reached on the classification of positions.
8. the Commission shall have the following rights: 8.1. to request and receive from the public authorities for the work of the Commission the necessary information;
8.2. to give proposals for policy developers and implementers of pay policy development;
8.3. to invite to participate in the meetings of the Advisory Commission of the law on public officials, representatives of trade unions, as well as representatives of other interested bodies;
8.4. to propose policy developers to set up a working group of the Commission's competence, issues and invite them to participate in the national authority officials;
8.5. to propose the national authorities develop laws and projects associated with the pay system to ensure its full implementation;
8.6. to carry out other measures to ensure the fulfilment of the functions of the Commission.
9. the Commission shall hold its meetings not less than twice a year.
10. Members of the Commission have the right to propose to convene a meeting of the Commission. The President of the Commission shall take a decision on the convening of the Commission, and determine the agenda for the meeting.
11. The secretariat of the Commission in a national registry. State Chancellery: 11.1. prepare information and working materials on the subject on the issues and the Commission no later than five working days before the meeting of the Commission shall send them to the meeting participants;
11.2. no later than five working days before the meeting of the Commission shall inform the members of the Commission and invited the officials for a meeting venue, time and agenda;
11.3. the minutes of the Commission meeting and within five working days after the meeting of the Commission sent to the members of the Commission sitting driver signed a protocol.
12. the Commission and the Commission for the hearing of the minutes shall be signed by the Chairman of the Commission. In the absence of the President in his duties to the Vice-President of the Commission, or other designated Commission member of the Commission.
Prime Minister a. Halloween Finance Minister o. Spurdziņš Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on July 4, 2007.