No More Guaranteed Monthly Pay for Ugandan Civil Servants

The government is to start paying civil servants according to the number of days worked rather than giving them a guaranteed monthly salary. Ezra Suruma, the head of the Delivery Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister, said they are to start installing biometric gadgets at public health and educational institutions to monitor clock-in and clock-out times.

  • Uganda:   Govt to Pay Civil Servants Per Day

    Monitor, 23 May 2018

    The government is to start paying civil servants according to the number of days worked rather than a guaranteed monthly salary, a senior official said yesterday. Read more »

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The head of the Prime Minister’s Implementation Unit, Professor Ezra Suruma, receives the biometric machines from Adrian Green, the head of growth and economic management at DFID in Kampala yesterday.

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