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Compensation of Government Employees. Operational Material. Outline. Topics to be covered Introduction to Government Expenditures Compensation of Government Employees Pay and Expenditure Structure Indicators Timeline Introduction to Validation. Introduction to Government Expenditures (1).

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Compensation of government employees

  • Compensation of Government Employees

  • Operational Material


Outline

Outline

  • Topics to be covered

    • Introduction to Government Expenditures

    • Compensation of Government Employees

    • Pay and Expenditure Structure Indicators

    • Timeline

    • Introduction to Validation


Introduction to government expenditures 1

Introduction to Government Expenditures (1)

Individual consumption expenditure by government

Housing

Health

Expenditures by government

Education

Recreation and Culture

Social Protection

Collective consumption expenditure by government

Collective Services


Introduction to government expenditures 2

Introduction to Government Expenditures (2)

Compensation of Employees

Health Benefits and Reimbursements

Intermediate Consumption

Gross Operating Surplus

Health

Production of Health Services

Net Taxes on Production

Receipts from Sales

Compensation of Employees

Education Benefits and Reimbursements

Intermediate Consumption

Gross Operating Surplus

Education

Production of Education Services

Net Taxes on Production

Receipts from Sales

Compensation of Employees

Intermediate Consumption

Collective Services

Collective Services

Gross Operating Surplus

Net Taxes on Production

Receipts from Sales


Compensation of government employees

Compensation of Government Employees

1. Concept

Remunerations

Expenditures

  • Government

  • Expenditure

  • Compensation of Government Employees

  • Pay & Employment Structure Indicators

(For Validation)

  • PPPs

  • for Compensation of Government Employees


Compensation of government employees

2. Data Collection

1

2

3

Government Expenditure

  • Compensation of Government Employees

Pay & Employment Structure Indicators

From

  • Official government pay scales

  • Final government accounts

  • Relevant official statistics

For

  • 44 typical occupations

  • (4 levels of experience each)

  • 2 categories of government (Central + Sub-national)

  • General indicators

Data

  • Data Collection Form (DCF):

  • Basic pay

  • Cash allowances

  • Income in kind

  • Employers’ social security contributions

  • Information on hours worked

  • Questionnaire:

  • Wages and salaries in cash

  • Employers contribution to social security funds

  • Benefits in kind

  • Information related to fixed capital formation

  • Aggregated indicators:

  • General Indicators such as GDP and population

  • Government Recurrent Expenditures Indicators

  • Wage bill Indicators

  • Employment Indicators

Note

  • Covers 3 BHs (Health, Education and Collective services)

  • Report separately for Health, Education and Collective services

  • Additional ratios will be computed automatically (ICP-Kit)

Reference : ICP website - Operational Material

3.1.01. Information required on Government for the ICP 2011

3.1.02. Government Occupations, DCF & Indicators

3.1.03. Questionnaire on Government Expenditure


Compensation of government employees

2. Data Collection

1

2

3

Government Expenditure

  • Compensation of Government Employees

Pay & Employment Structure Indicators

From

  • Official government pay scales

  • Final government accounts

  • Relevant official statistics

For

  • General indicators

  • 44 typical occupations

  • (4 levels of experience each)

  • 2 categories of government (Central + Sub-national)

  • Covers 3 BHs (Health, Education and Collective services)

  • Reported separately for Health, Education and Collective services

Data

  • Data Collection Form (DCF):

  • Basic pay

  • Cash allowances

  • Income in kind

  • Employers’ social security contributions

  • Information on hours worked

  • Questionnaire:

  • Wages and salaries in cash

  • Employers contribution to social security funds

  • Benefits in kind

  • Information related to fixed capital formation

  • Aggregated indicators:

  • General Indicators such as GDP and population

  • Government Recurrent Expenditures Indicators

  • Wage bill Indicators

  • Employment Indicators

Reference : ICP website - Operational Material

3.1.01. Information required on Government for the ICP 2011

3.1.02. Government Occupations, DCF & Indicators

3.1.03. Questionnaire on Government Expenditure


Compensation of government employees

Used in calculation of all three BHs

3-1. Example of Government Occupations

20 years

4 Levels of Experience:

0 year

5 years

10 years

for each occupation

(starting salary)

44 occupationsX 4 levels = 176


Compensation of government employees

3-2. Government Expenditure


Compensation of government employees

3-3. Pay and Employment Structure Indicators

The following indicators are automatically calculated in the ICP-Kit module.

 they give insights when comparing countries / economies

(1) Wage bill Indicators

  • Government wage bill per GDP

  • for General/Central/Sub-national Government

(2) Compression Ratios (Ratio of average total remuneration)

  • Managerial-professional ratio

  • Managerial-clerical ratio

  • for Health/Education/Collective

(3) Public Sector Remuneration per GDP/capita

  • Managerial

  • Professional

  • Clerical

  • for Health/Education/Collective

(4) Employment Indicators

  • Employment per capita

  • Employment per labor force (LF)


Actual data collection forms

Actual Data Collection Forms

DATA

PROCESSING TOOLS

3-1. Compensation of Government Employees

ICP-Kit “Compensation” module

3-2. Government Expenditure

Government Expenditure Questionnaire (Excel)

3-3. Pay and Employment Structure Indicators


Validation process

Validation Process

Data Compilation (Annual Data)

NATIONAL LEVEL (Intra-Country Validation)

Initial Data Validation

Finalization of Data

1

Data Transmission NCA  RCA

REGIONAL LEVEL (Inter-Country Validation)

Analytical Tables

Initial DataValidation

Temporal Analysis

Finalization of Data

3

2

PPPs, PLIs, etc.

Data Transmission RCA  GO

GLOBAL LEVEL


Validation steps 1

Validation Steps(1)

1. NATIONAL Initial Data Validation

Step1:

Add remunerations and metadata to data collection tool

Step2:

Check added codes and metadata for errors and discrepancies

Step3:

Check that remunerations are plausible within the same occupation

a. Within the same level of experience

b. With different levels of experience

  • Usually one observation per occupation

  • Sometimes different salary scales in different local governments

  • Usually, remunerations increase as experience increases

e.g.

Database administrator35,256

(Municipal A, 5-year experience)

Database administrator74,662

(Municipal B, 5-year experience)

e.g.

Hospital doctor 50,653

(0 year of experience)

Hospital doctor45,367

(10 years of experience)

?

?

Step4:

Check that remunerations are plausible between related occupations

<Within the same level of experience>

e.g. 1

Hospital Doctor (5 years)62,556

Hospital Nurse (5 years)75,698

e.g. 2

Hospital Doctor (0 year)62,556

Hospital Nurse (20 years)65,698

?


Validation steps 2

Validation Steps(2)

1. NATIONAL Initial Data Validation – cont’d

Step5:

Check that remunerations are temporally plausible by comparing them to previous ICP round

Step6:

Compare remuneration data and expenditure data by using structure indicators. (Remuneration x Employment  Expenditure)

Step7:

Analyze price data and metadata for flagged cases


Validation steps 3

Validation Steps(3)

2. REGIONAL Initial Data Validation

Step1:

Add remunerations and metadata to data validation tool

Step2:

Re-base data from all the countries to reference hours worked

e.g.

  • Re-base

*Recommended to use “actual hours” if information is available.

Step3:

  • Convert remunerations in local currency into base currency using annual average exchange rate


Validation steps 4

Validation Steps(4)

2. REGIONAL Initial Data Validation – cont’d

Step4:

Check that remunerations are plausible within a country

e.g. University teacher < Firefighter

e.g. Primary school teacher

> Secondary school teacher

?

?

4,221

560

18,199

Step5:

Check that remunerations are plausible for a remuneration across the countries

?

e.g. 560 in country A could be too small. 18,199 in country C would be too large.

Step6:

Check that remunerations are temporally plausible by comparing them to previous ICP round

Step7:

Analyze price data and metadata for flagged cases


Validation steps 5

Validation Steps(5)

3. REGIONAL Analytical Tables  Temporal Analysis

As same as HHC, analysis using Tables make it possible to conduct detailed comparisons.

iteration

  • Quaranta Tables

  • Dikhanov Tables

  • Temporal Analysis – with data from previous round

PPPs, PLI, C.V., CUP ratio, etc.

Analytical Tables


Timeline

Timeline

Latest Year

2011 data

1st Quarter, 2012

4th Quarter, 2012

1st Quarter, 2012

4th Quarter, 2012

Data Transmission (all data)

NCA  RCA

Data Transmission (all data)

NCA  RCA

2nd Quarter, 2012

1st Quarter, 2013

Data Transmission (all data)

RCA  GO

Data Transmission (all data)

RCA  GO


Compensation of government employees

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