Title:An analysis of the remuneration systems of civil servants in selected EU countries focusing on the motivation and performance components of the salary in comparison with conditions in the Czech Republic
Project leader:Ing. Jan Vlach
Funding provider:MPSV
Co-worker:Ing. Lenka Říhová
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Project start:2017
Project end:2017
Recipient:VÚPSV, v.v.i.

The subject of the project consists of the remuneration system of civil servants, the salary funding of whom is entirely or predominantly provided from the state budget in selected countries of the European Union. The authors address the issue of the remuneration of constitutionally-appointed officials and other workers employed in the civil service. The results of the project consist of a study which comprehensively describes the given issue, including the strengths and weaknesses of the Czech salary system, together with suggestions concerning the adjustment thereof focusing particularly on the motivation and performance components of the salary. It is proposed that the results of the analysis will prove useful with respect to potential further work on the design of a completely new remuneration system covering state employees.

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