National Staff Harmonization: Lesson Learned Report on Pilot Phase
The Project for National Staff Remuneration Harmonization is rooted in a 2-year project aimed at developing a common policy for MSF, covering some 25,000 staff. In 2010 a common remuneration and benefits policy framework (“Common Frame”) was designed with the intention of it replacing OC-specific remuneration and benefits policies and existing practices through a concerted harmonization process. Ethiopia, Jordan/Iraq, and Pakistan were identified as pilot countries. This evaluation was conducted to assess the effectiveness and appropriateness of the harmonization and to provide recommendations for the future.
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