The consultation looking into States' Members and Non States' Members pay levels has now closed.
Background to the consultation:
As announced by the Policy & Resources Committee on 3rd September 2018 an Independent Pay Review Panel was established in accordance with an extant resolution to review the pay of States' Members and Non-States' Members.
The panel invited individual members of the public, business groups, private and third sector organisations to have their say on the current levels of remuneration to help inform their work. This consultation closed on Monday 15th October.
The Independent States' Members' Pay Review Panel will now consider pay levels for the range of States' Member and Non-States Member roles. It will then recommend whether the current levels of pay are appropriate for the varying responsibilities, given that the new structure of government has now had sufficient time to establish.
The results of this consultation will be published within the report brought to the States by the Policy & Resources Committee in mid-2019.
The 2018 rates of remuneration can be found by following this link 2018 rates of remuneration [457kb]. Currently the rates of remuneration are adjusted annually to reflect the percentage increase in median earnings of all Island employees as reported from data recorded and published by the States of Guernsey.
Remuneration for the current Assembly was decided by the previous States in early 2016 ahead of the 2016 General Election and introduction of a new structure of government. The new structure of the States is set out in the following document States of Guernsey Committee Structure [149kb]
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Closed: 15th October 2018