The wage bill beast

I was motivated to write 'the wage bill beast' - now available on in Kindle and print formats - by what I saw happening in the public sector after the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) began its operations in 2012.

The book captures the missteps and failures of the SRC. Although I made many suggestions, the SRC ignored them at a high cost. Some of these suggestions are in the book, but more than that, I have suggested what the SRC could have done differently to succeed in its core mandate.

As the first six-year term of the Commissioners was coming to an end, I had concluded that the SRC was a liability to the public sector. Here is the reason why: Https://

I don't think much has changed since the new SRC team began working in September 2018.

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