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PostSubject: may tao ba sa lbpea office?   Sat Feb 09, 2013 1:16 am

naman.. nasan mga binoto ko nung nakaraang halalan??
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PostSubject: Re: may tao ba sa lbpea office?   Sat Feb 09, 2013 1:18 am


ABAD: PBB TO FOCUS ON MERIT, EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY; PERFORMANCE-BASED PAY DISTINCT FROM CASH GIFT, PEI, 13TH MONTH BONUSES







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ABAD: PBB TO FOCUS ON MERIT, EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY; PERFORMANCE-BASED PAY DISTINCT FROM CASH GIFT, PEI, 13TH MONTH BONUSES
• Posted on November 19, 2012 by piudbm in News


Budget
and Management Secretary Florencio B. Abad today clarified that the
Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) system is different from the 13th month
pay, year-end cash bonus, and Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI)
for government employees, citing the unique, merit-based nature of the
performance-based perks.



“The
PBB is actually distinct from an employee’s year-end cash bonus, 13th
month pay, and PEI. The purpose of the PBB is to ensure that our public
servants receive due recognition for their efforts. An outstanding
employee, for example, will receive a significantly higher PBB—on top of
the other bonuses given to him—than a worker who merely fulfills the
bare minimum of his duties,” Abad said.



Civil
servants are entitled to receive 13th month pay—equivalent to their
monthly salary—as well as a year-end cash gift of P5,000 and PEI worth
P5,000.



Abad disputed claims, however, that all government employees are guaranteed to receive a performance-based bonuses.
“In
contrast to the other bonuses, the PBB is certainly not an entitlement.
Because the PBB system is a decisively merit-based scheme, employees
who underperform or fail to meet their targets won’t actually receive
anything. Why reward someone who works poorly or inefficiently?” he
said.

The
budget chief added that the PBB system was designed to address a
longstanding problem in the Philippine bureaucracy, where the
distribution of bonuses—and their corresponding amounts—was sometimes
arbitrary or subject to biases.



“We’ve
seen cases of employees receiving hefty perks with little
justification. At the same time, many civil servants who turn out
exceptional work don’t always get the recognition they deserve. This can
be very demoralizing, especially if you’ve served the government for a
long time and you do your best in every task.



“Under
this Administration, however, the distribution of performance-based
bonuses will be commanded solely by merit and the quality of an
employee’s performance. The targets are actually measurable and strictly
empirical, so that office higher-ups can preserve the objectivity of
their assessments,” Abad said.



He
also emphasized the reform value of the PBB system, especially in view
of the Aquino administration’s commitment to provide better and more
efficient public goods and services to Filipinos.



“Overall,
we’re instituting the PBB scheme so that government workers will be
encouraged to boost their efficiency and productivity. We’re showing
them that exceptional performance in government will not go
unrecognized. What this ultimately translates to are improved services
to Filipinos, not to mention greater morale among public servants and
visible, positive reform across the bureaucracy,” Abad said.
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PostSubject: Re: may tao ba sa lbpea office?   Sat Feb 09, 2013 1:21 am

its the exact opposite.... it will never boost the morale of landbankers who were deprived of their benefits they deserve....
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PostSubject: Re: may tao ba sa lbpea office?   Sat Feb 09, 2013 10:27 am

LBPEA OFFICERS MAGPARAMDAM NAMAN KAYO...
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PostSubject: Re: may tao ba sa lbpea office?   Sat Feb 09, 2013 8:40 pm

this is the email address of CGC for your feedbacks.....
feedback@gcg.gov.ph
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