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From the approved Executive Order 201, s2016:

Mid-Year Bonus. Beginning FY 2016, a Mid-Year Bonus equivalent to one (1) month basic salary as of May 15, shall be granted to those who have rendered at least four (4) months of satisfactory service and are still in the service as of same date, to be given not earlier than May 15 of every year. This shall be in addition to the Standard Allowances and Benefits under the Total Compensation Framework embodied in the Congress Joint Resolution No. 4 (s. 2009). The existing Year-End Bonus equivalent to one (1) month basic salary and Cash Gift at prescribed rates shall be given in November of every year.

Enhanced Performance-Based Bonus. The existing PBB granted to qualified government personnel, including those in LGUs, shall be enhanced to strengthen its results orientation, to be given in an amount equivalent to one (1) month basic salary up to two (2) months basic salary, to be implemented in two (2) phases starting in FY 2017. The PBB shall be subject to the achievement by departments or agencies, including LGUs and individual employees of their performance targets or commitments and compliance with good governance and other conditions.

The grant of the enhanced PBB shall be based on a progressive rate system. As the position and responsibility in improving agency performance becomes higher, so is the amount of PBB.

The Inter-Agency Task Force on the Harmonization of National Government Performance Monitoring, Information and Reporting Systems created under Administrative Order No. 25 (s. 2011) shall prescribe the conditions on eligibility and procedures for the grant of the enhanced PBB, including the ranking system to recognize differences in levels of performance.

Productivity Enhancement Incentive. Beginning FY 2016, the Productivity Enhancement Incentive shall be given not earlier than December 15 of every year to all qualified government employees at Five Thousand Pesos (P5,000) each for the purpose of improving the government employees’ productivity.

STATEMENT OF DBM SECRETARY FLORENCIO B. ABAD ON THE SIGNING OF THE EXECUTIVE ORDER ON THE COMPENSATION ADJUSTMENT OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

“We are happy to announce that the President has signed the DBM-proposed Executive Order modifying the salary schedule and authorizing the grant of additional benefits for both civilian and military and uniformed personnel (MUP).

“We commend the President for his swift and decisive action in response to the congressional deadlock on the issue of the indexation of MUP pension, which resulted in the non-passage of the proposed Salary Standardization Law of 2015 (SSL 2015).

“This action by the President leverages the benefits package in order to increase the take-home pay of government employees as stipulated in the proposed SSL bills.

“The Executive Order effects compensation adjustments for this year as an interim measure to implement Tranche 1 of the proposed SSL, the full year requirement for which has already been provided in the National Budget.

“For civilian government personnel, the EO effects the adoption of the same proposals in House Bill 6268 and Senate Bill 2671 for salary increase, the grant of the mid-year bonus equivalent to one month’s basic salary, and the Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI) at P 5,000.

“GOCCs not covered by the Governance Commission for GOCCs may implement the aforementioned compensation adjustments charged to their corporate funds.

“LGUs may also implement the compensation adjustments subject to the Personnel Services limitation under the law.

“For MUP, the EO effects the increase of Hazard Pay, and the grant of a substantial Provisional Allowance and an Officers’ Allowance in lieu of Base Pay increase. These two new allowances will approximate the additional remuneration had Base Pay been increased. The amounts of these allowances are also based on the proposed increases in Base Pay under the SSL 2015 bill. This is an interim measure until such time that a pension reform measure is passed in Congress that will mitigate the impact of pension indexation.

“The implementation of these compensation adjustments provided in the EO shall be effective January 1, 2016 with respect to all civilian and MUP personnel. With respect to regular members of the Cabinet, the effectivity is on July 1, 2016. For the President, Vice-President, and Members of Congress, the compensation adjustments shall take effect only after the expiration of the respective terms of the incumbents.

“We trust that Congress will pass the SSL when it resumes so that the proposed compensation adjustments to be implemented in four tranches over four years will be permanent. With its passage, we will be able to achieve the desired outcome of the proposed SSL, which is to bring the compensation of all government workers to at least 70 percent of the market rate.” (DBM)



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  1. Buti naman at buo ang midyear natin... tnx

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  2. Buti naman at buo ang midyear natin... tnx

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  3. tanong lang po bakit di nakareciv ng PEI UNG PUMASOK NH march 2015 na dapat meron po kasi nakasulat sa e.o. hai...

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  4. UNG REPLY SAMIN IS EDITED. di po tinapos ung nakasaad sa e.o

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  5. about s PBB walang PBB this year tama po ba intindi ko?

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  6. makakakuha din po ba ng mid-year bonus ang napermament ng july 2015. tnx po

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  7. makakakuha din po ba ng mid-year bonus ang napermament ng july 2015. tnx po

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  8. Base sa se section 4. covered ang mga empleyado na nag render ng 4 months in service. Halimbawa na mag aapat na buwan na ako sa July 2016 tpos ibibigay ang mid year itong May o June, matatangap ko ba ang mid year in retroactive term?

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