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PRB 2013 : les nouveaux salaires des hauts fonctionnaires

A partir de janvier 2013, &nbsples fonctionnaires bénéficieront d`une augmentation de salaires de 22 %&nbsp calculée sur le salaire de base de 2008. Le rapport du Pay Research Bureau (PRB) a été rendu public dans l''après-midi de ce mardi 9 octobre.


Selon le rapport du PRB 2013, les hauts fonctionnaires verront leur salaire de base augmenter de manière conséquente. Voici une liste non-exhaustive, des plus gros salaires de service public, tels qu`ils sont définis dans la nouvelle grille proposée par le PRB. La fonction publique comprend 25 ministères et 47 départements.


Les nouveaux salaires dans le judiciaire :


Chef Juge&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp Rs198000


Senior Puisne Judge&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp Rs 168000


Puisne Judge&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp Rs 156000


Judge in Bankruptcy and Master and Registrar &nbspRs 132000


Director of Public Prosecutions Rs 156000


Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Rs 132000


Chief State Attorney Senior Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions Rs 111000


Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions Deputy Chief State Attorney Rs 102000


Deputy Master and Registrar and Judge in Bankruptcy Rs114000


President, Industrial Court&nbspRs 111000


President, Intermediate Court &nbspRs 102000


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Director of Court Services


BUREAU DE L`AUDIT&nbspRs 81000


Director of Audit Rs 144000


Deputy Director of Audit Rs102000


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COMMISSION ELECTORALE


&nbspElectoral Commissioner (Personal) Rs 144000


President, Employment Relations Tribunal Rs 156000


Vice-President, Employment Relations Tribunal Rs 132000


President, Equal Opportunities Tribunal Rs 132000


Member, Equal Opportunities Tribunal&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp Rs 102000


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BUREAU DU PREMIER MINISTRE


Secretary to Cabinet and Head of the Civil Service Rs 192000


Secretary for Home Affairs Rs 156000


Senior Chief Executive Rs 144000


Permanent Secretary Rs 114000


Director-General, Counter-Terrorism Centre Rs 111000


Data Protection Commissioner National Security Adviser Rs 102000


Director, Information Services Rs 81000


Director of Civil Aviation&nbsp Rs 102000


&nbspCommissioner of Police&nbsp&nbsp Rs 144000


Commanding Officer Deputy Commissioner of Police Director General, NSS Woman Deputy Commissioner of Police&nbsp Rs 102000


Government Printer&nbsp Rs 93000


Directeur des services meterologiques Rs 102000


Commissioner of Prisons&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbspRs 111000


Deputy Commissioner of Prisons&nbsp Rs 81000


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MINISTERE DES FINANCES


&nbspFinancial Secretary&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp Rs 156000


Deputy Financial Secretary&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp Rs 132000


Director, Economic and Finance&nbsp Rs 111000


Director, Procurement Policy Office&nbsp Rs 144000


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Lire aussi : PRB 2013 : 22 % d`augmentation salariale pour les fonctionnaires calculée sur le salaire de base de 2008


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Commentaires

Myra | 10/09/12

Outrageous...While unemployment is rising in the country and crime is on the rise not to mention the bad economy world wide. Most developed countries where people literally work 24/7, salaries have been frozen and whenever increases are made they are so low like 1 or 2%..this is what the Mauritian Govt. does ..this is not the final salary because all the perks have not been added to it.
I don't live in Mauritius but am speechless..

Prince | 10/09/12

Stop complaining- these guys have invested millions in their studies - Except the police officers as they are mostly hsc holders if they are lucky. Why should not be paid high salary - in fact they are very badly paid and this is why so many people leave Mauritius and work abroad. Just because you cannot get a well paid job, does not make it right for you to complain - there some post in the private firms that pays more than this with share options and other benefits--- start investing in your education and do an MBA costing Rs5m from LSE and then see what happen if you are not paid this kind of money!!

sam | 10/10/12

WHAT CAN WE DO?NOTHING!I THINK THOSE NURSES THE POLICE FORCE SHOULD GET A DECENT RAISE.THEY BOTH DO HARD WORK.WITHOUT THEM OUR HOSPITAL IS DEAD AND WITHOUT OUR POLICE FORCE OUR COUNTRY WILL BE IN THE HAND OF BUMS.BETTER THINK TWICE PAY THEM WELL.

lila | 10/10/12

unfortunately prince education is not always the way to these post which isnt well paid enough anyways based to the cost of living in mtus.the proof someone from solvay uni having an mba,wasnt even shortlisted for a post in mtus.she is now one of the main head in the european commission in europe.n this isnt the only case.luckily no piston is needed over here.n too bad for mtus for depriving itself from such ressources!

Abimanu | 10/10/12

I am left to wonder why did the Judiciary get such an increase when cases drag for years until the litigants go to hell or heaven. The ratio between the top public servant and the lowest one should not be more than 10 times or at worst 15 times but not that gigantic gap.Mauritius behold.

JIm | 10/10/12

We need to add all the non taxable perks attached to these high salaries. Car with chauffeur, duty free cars, travelling, housing, pensions,.....These should become taxable.

Moricien | 10/10/12

As it is custom, upon announcement of PRB, there will be price increases in everything. Before January, another price increase and after PRB, another price increase. Pou tire r ti dimoune so casse pou paye ban haut fonctionaires!!

Doorgesh | 10/11/12

THE POLICE IN GENERAL HAS BEEN TAKEN FOR A RIDE BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE PRB.EDUCATORS WHO WORK FOR 4 MONTHS IN A YEAR AND DRAWING SALARY FOR THIRTEEN MONTHS ARE ALLOWED TO GIVE PRIVATE TUITIONS AND THEIR STARTING OF SALARY IS ABOVE FORTEEN THOUSAND COMPARED TO POLICE WHO WORK WITH PUBLIC ODD HOURS AND BAD WEATHER CONDITION FOR A MERE ABOVE 12 THOUSAND RUPEES ONLY AND THEY ARE ASKED TO DO MUCH MORE DUTIES WHAT A SHAME THOUGH !!