Public Sector Reform Unit

Office of the President, 8 Wesley Street, Freetown

WAGES AND COMPENSATION COMMISSION INCEPTION REPORT

The disparities in pay and the existence of multiple pensions laws as

well as the inability of the government to carry out specific

recommendations on pay policy administration and pensions have

been compounded by the absence of a single entity charged with the

ultimate responsibility of developing, coordinating and implementing

pay and pensions reforms in Sierra Leone. As a result, the

Government of Sierra Leone in section 50-56 of its Budget and

Financial Statement to Parliament spelt out the following to r esolve

issues of pay and pensions in the public sector