9. A member’s salary increases, up to the normal maximum of the applicable salary scale, according to the annual percentage corresponding to the result of the following formula:
(0.1 x % granted for the performance evaluation grade A) + (0.3 x % granted for the performance evaluation grade B) + (0.6 x % granted for the performance evaluation grade C).
Those percentages are those provided for each year for advancement in the salary scale pursuant to the policy determined by the Government to evaluate the performance of the members of a body who are appointed by the Government.
Where the salary of such a member reaches the maximum, his or her remuneration is adjusted with a lump sum whose annual percentage corresponds to the result of the formula set out above. However, the percentages are then those provided for each year for the performance premium pursuant to that policy. That lump sum must, if applicable, be reduced to take into account the percentage of advancement that the member received under the first paragraph or the amount by which the member’s salary exceeds the normal maximum of the salary scale applicable to the member.
In the case of a member who is retired from the public sector as defined in Schedule III, the normal maximum of the applicable salary scale is established by taking into account the deduction made at the time of appointment or renewal of term in accordance with section 4.
Members who have performed their functions for less than 4 months during the reference period for salary progression and remuneration adjustment do not benefit from the provisions of this section.