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Question step increment for ssl-exempt goccs

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3 months 2 weeks ago - 3 months 2 weeks ago #1599 by renante pastores
renante pastores created the topic: step increment for ssl-exempt goccs
Sir/Madam I'm Mr. Renante Pastores po from Pag-IBIG Fund. I just want to inquire if we are still entitled to salary step increment. Exempted po kami sa SSL thus excluded from the coverage of CSC-DBM Joint Circular No. 1, s.2012: Rules and Regulations on the Grant of Step Increment/s Due to Meritorious Performance and Step Increment Due to Length of Service. Since the implementation of our new compensation system hindi na po nag-implement ulit ng step increment. However, meron ako nabasa na CSC-DBM JOINT CIRCULAR No. 01, s. 2016 dated January 27, 2016 wherein elected officials, though excluded also sa coverage per Item 4 of the s.2012 joint CSC-DBM circular, were concluded to be entitled to salary step increment pursuant to a DOJ Opinion #38 s. 2012. Unfortunately, wala po ma-provide na copy from DOJ. Wala din po provision sa new Compnensation Plan about step increment. Pwede pa rin po ba kami mag-claim ng step increment? Mag-12 years na ako nitong December 2018 sa current SG and step ko. ano po ang pwedeng gawin?
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3 months 2 weeks ago #1601 by Action Officer 21
Action Officer 21 replied the topic: step increment for ssl-exempt goccs
Hi Mr. Pastores,

The prevailing rules governing the grant of step increments is CSC-DBM Joint Circular No. 1, s. 2012 which excludes from its coverage (a) casual personnel; (b) contractual personnel; (c) personnel in agencies authorized by law to adopt are actually implementing their own compensation and position classification systems; (d) military personnel of the AFP, DND, and uniformed personnel of the PNP, BFP, and BJMP under the DILG, PCG, National Mapping and Resource Information Authority; (e) Those hired under contract of service without employee-employer relationships and funded from non-personnel services appropriations/budgets; (f) elective officials.

While elective officials are excluded from the abovecited rules, the grant of step increments for elective officials are governed by CSC-DBM Joint Circular No. 1, s. 2016. The latter circular is exclusive to elective officials, except the President of the Philippines and elective barangay officials.

Please note that only those not excluded from the above cited circulars may be granted step increments on their salaries pursuant to the respective circular covering their employment in government.

For your particular concern on the matter, it is advised to direct the same to the DBM or your representative in Congress whose respective offices may properly act on the same.

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3 months 2 weeks ago #1602 by Action Officer 21
Action Officer 21 replied the topic: step increment for ssl-exempt goccs
Hi Mr. Pastores,

The prevailing rules governing the grant of step increments is CSC-DBM Joint Circular No. 1, s. 2012 which excludes from its coverage (a) casual personnel; (b) contractual personnel; (c) personnel in agencies authorized by law to adopt are actually implementing their own compensation and position classification systems; (d) military personnel of the AFP, DND, and uniformed personnel of the PNP, BFP, and BJMP under the DILG, PCG, National Mapping and Resource Information Authority; (e) Those hired under contract of service without employee-employer relationships and funded from non-personnel services appropriations/budgets; (f) elective officials.

While elective officials are excluded from the abovecited rules, the grant of step increments for elective officials are governed by CSC-DBM Joint Circular No. 1, s. 2016. The latter circular is exclusive to elective officials, except the President of the Philippines and elective barangay officials.

Please note that only those not excluded from the above cited circulars may be granted step increments on their salaries pursuant to the respective circular covering their employment in government.

For your particular concern on the matter, it is advised to direct the same to the DBM or your representative in Congress whose respective offices may properly act on the same.

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