Cash incentives sa mga pulis na may magandang performance, ibibigay na sa Enero

admin   •   December 31, 2014   •   4329

FILE PHOTO: Mga pulis na naka-destino sa isang anti-pork barrel protest. (ROMALDO MICO SOLON / Photoville International)

MANILA, Philippines — Makatatanggap ng insentibo ang mga pulis pagpasok ng 2015.

Nai-release na ng Department of Budget and Management ang P1.3 bilion para sa Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) ng mga tauhan at opisyal ng PNP.

Ayon kay PNP-PIO Chief P/CSupt. Wilben Mayor, i-a-assess ng pamunuan ng PNP ang naging performance ng mga pulis sa kategoryang good, better at best.

“Ibibigay ito sa January 6 doon sa ATM at yung wala pang ATM ay itsi-cheque nila. Naka-base ito sa performance evaluation ng bawat pulis.”
Sinabi pa ni Mayor na ang Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) ay bukod pa sa naunang Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI) na limang libong piso bawat isa para sa 150,000 tauhan ng PNP.
Ibinigay naman ito kasabay ng sweldo noong Dec.15-30.

“Natanggap na yung five thousand. Natanggap na yung 13th month pay sa January 6, meron pa.”

Ang PBB ay matatanggap ng mga pulis sa pamamagitan ng kanilang ATM .

Ang Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI) at Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) ng mga pulis ay bukod pa sa 13th month pay na itinatakda ng batas. (LEAH YLAGAN / UNTV News)

2019 Performance-Based Bonus to be released in next two months — DepEd

Aileen Cerrudo   •   June 17, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The release of the 2019 Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) for teachers and eligible non-teaching personnel is expected within the next two months, according to Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Briones.

Briones, in a statement on Wednesday (June 16), said DepEd is working closely with the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) to fast-track the release of the 2019 PBB. She also said that the target release within two months will still be subjected to the approval of the DBM.

As of June 15, 2021, the DBM Organization, Position Classification and Compensation Bureau (OPCCB) has already transmitted the FY 2019 PBB of the elementary and secondary schools of 12 DepEd Regional Offices.

“We will continue to work with DBM in endorsing, processing, and eventually, releasing the PBB funds as part of our outstretched assistance to all DepEd employees,” she said.

PBB is an incentive given to government employees in accordance with their performance and contribution to the accomplishment of their agency’s overall targets and commitments.

The DepEd Central Office is now finalizing the performance ranking reports. Briones said that achieving PBB requirements is a commitment and shared responsibility of all concerned offices across the DepEd offices in the country.

In the coming years, let’s work together in order to comply with all the indicators and aim for 100% eligibility to provide quality basic education services for all,” she said. AAC

Deped school-based personnel to receive PBB for 2018

Aileen Cerrudo   •   March 25, 2020

The Department of Education (Deped) has announced that school-based personnel in the department are now eligible to receive the Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2018.

Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones said the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) has granted Deped’s request for school-based personnel to receive PBB for 2018.

“We are delighted that the DBM has granted our request for reconsideration on the matter of the PBB. We truly appreciate the desire to recognize the contributions of DepEd to the fulfillment of goals of the government,” she said.

In a statement, Deped said the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) has decided to grant the 2018 PBB for teaching and non-teaching school-based personnel in all elementary and secondary schools nationwide.

The PBB is still subject to the submission of DepEd’s school level performance rating and ranking. 

Meawhile, the Education Department will still appeal for re-consideration and exhaust all possible courses of action for its non-school-based personnel to likewise receive the PBB.

“We are still appealing to the DBM and AO25TF to reconsider the grant of eligibility to all DepEd non-teaching staff too, especially that they have been contributors to the improvement of the performance indicators of the DepEd and will be the ones who will be directly exposed to extreme risk and hazards during ECQ in processing the payment of the PBB 2018 for the school-based positions,” Briones said. — AAC

Recto wants gov’t workers’ performance-based bonus tax-free

Robie de Guzman   •   November 18, 2019

Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto

MANILA, Philippines – Senate President pro-tempore Ralph Recto said he has filed a bill seeking to exempt from income tax the performance-based bonus (PBB) being given to government personnel.

Under Senate Bill No. 602, Recto proposes to exclude the PBB from the computation of taxable income under the law, arguing that its monetary value which was formulated as an effective reward for exemplary work has been reduced.

“Government is a machine whose parts should move in unison towards the attainment of its strategic goals as reflected in its development plans. This machinery is judged by the people through its outputs in terms of delivery of goods and services,” he said in a statement.

“However, the best-crafted strategic development plans will be for naught if civil servants who will implement these are not inspired and committed to achieve the plans,” he added.

The senator said the measure seeks to amend Section 32 (B) (7) of the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997 by including the PBB in the miscellaneous items excluded from the computation of gross income tax.

He added that in order to serve as a meaningful reward for employees who walked the extra mile towards the attainment of agency goals, the bonus must be granted in full amount.

“The bill could likewise serve as a motivational tool for agencies and employees rated ‘poor’ to improve their performance,” he said.

Aside from the performance-based bonus, the government also grants a P5,000 across-the-board Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI) to all government employees.

Both the PEI and the PBB are granted to employees as an incentive to improve productivity in the public sector.

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