×
ADVISORY!

The views and opinions expressed in this forum are those of the online action officers and not necessarily those of the Office for Legal Affairs or the Commission on CSC laws, rules and regulations. Also, be reminded that the views of the action officer is a mere advice that does not bind the office.

When posting, you agree that the administrator has the right to delete your posts or ban your account without prior warning in case of non-observance of any of the guidelines.
Guidelines to clients:

1. Please browse the frequently asked questions first to see if there are already the same or related questions that were asked on your query/ies;
2. Official response to issues shall be provided by the concerned office of the Commission, not through this forum;
3. Requests for the status of the case is not allowed in this forum;
4. Questions regarding the scheduled CSC examination will be deleted;
5. This forum is categorized according to subject matter. Please post your queries in appropriate category;
6. Post a descriptive topic name. Give a short summary of your problem/s;
7. No spam in this forum. Your posts will be deleted and your account will be banned without prior warning;
8. Refrain from posting pictures and offensive words or links. Violation of this rule shall give the administrator the right to delete your posts and ban your account without prior warning;
9. Please report to administrators if you see a user violating any of this guidelines;
10. Be respectful to the administrators and users; and
11. Please avoid text-message style substitution of words like “r” for “are” and “u” for “you”. If your message is difficult to understand the administrator shall inform you to rewrite your message.

Question eligibility required position vs non eligibility required postion

More
10 months 5 days ago #1423 by robert
robert created the topic: eligibility required position vs non eligibility required postion
just want to inquire if there is no law regarding permanent position which have a higher salary but does not required a csc eligibility vs a position that need a csc eligibility.

i think that position that required s csc eligibility needs to be higher than a non eligibility position because the person who pass the csc eligibility should be given a much better opportunity. as an example a administrative assistant II with salary grade 7 is a non eligibility position but a community assistant I with salary grade 5 needs a non professional eligibility. what is a sense of reviewing and taking a csc exam if you can get a high position even with out a csc eligibilty?

i there should be a rule that gives csc eligibilty passer a higher salary and position than a non csc passer. because it should be be consideration that a person who pass the csc exam have given his/her all to pass the exam. if the person really is good and deserving of a higher position he/she should also pass the csc exam.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
10 months 4 days ago #1432 by Action Officer 22
Action Officer 22 replied the topic: eligibility required position vs non eligibility required postion
Dear Sir Robert,

As regards your query whether there is such a law, please be informed that there is none. Nevertheless, we shall take note of your comments. Thank you.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
9 months 2 weeks ago #1447 by robert
robert replied the topic: eligibility required position vs non eligibility required postion
thank you very much i hope you can address my query because i think it is really unfair for CSC examination Passer

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

Powered by Kunena Forum