The Commission has a structured system of operation made up of Committees that assist in discharging its mandate, responsibilities and obligations. The Commission delegates specific functions to selected Committees with defined formal terms of reference, without abdicating its ultimate responsibility. The terms of reference clearly identify matters reserved for the Full Commission and Committees. The Committees make recommendations to the Full Commission, for consideration and adoption/resolution.
The membership and chairmanship of the Committees is regularly reviewed by the Commission. The Commission is cognizant that members collectively have sufficient qualifications and experience to fulfil the duties of the respective Committees. The elected chairpersons appraise the Full Commission meetings of their activities on a regular basis, through oral and/or written reports.
The Wage Bill Management Committee is in charge of matters related to national wage bill management. It is tasked with the responsibility of ensuring that the total public wage bill is sustainable and prepares remuneration guidelines towards achieving a sustainable wage bill.
The Job Evaluation and Salary Structures Committee is charged with the development and implementation of a robust policy framework for JE in the public service, developing and supporting implementation of JE guidelines and providing oversight in the review of JE appeals.
The Committee is charged with ensuring that legislation, regulations and guidelines are in accordance with the Commission’s constitutional mandate and provides guidance on alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, among others.
The Corporate Image and Stakeholder Management Committee ensures that the needs and expectations of stakeholders are clearly identified and understood, so that the Commission will be better placed to deliver on its mandate. The Committee will provide guidance and recommendations to the Full Commission on stakeholder engagement and the management of SRC’s corporate image, brand identity and visibility.
Corporate Support Services Committee’s mandate includes, but not limited to, overseeing the development and implementation of the Commission’s strategic plan, providing oversight and governance on issues pertaining to the administration, human resource management and financial services.