(a)rendering the public sector more efficient and effective;
(b)facilitating recruitment and retention of required skills in the service;
(c)boosting reforms initiatives;
(d)ensuring that reward in the public sector keeps pace with those of corresponding positions in the private sector, to the extent that it is desirable;
(e)establishing and maintaining reasonable differentials in respect of different categories of skills and levels of responsibility; and
(f)ensuring adequate linkage between pay and economic growth in the country.