[Advisory] Year-end incentives for Public School Teachers and Government Employees -TDC

November 5, 2016

Year-end incentives for Public School Teachers and Government Employees

TDCThis year, public school teachers and government employees would be expecting bonuses in unprecedented amount.
1. Performance-Based Bonus (PBB)- amounting to P5, 000 to P35, 000 and should have been released last October (latest statement from Sec. Briones assures that the PBB will be given within November)
2. Year-end Bonus (YEB)- equivalent to one month salary to be given within November
3. Cash gift- P5, 000 to be given along with the YEB
4. Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI)- P5, 000 to be given not earlier than December 15

Thus, an entry level teacher (Teacher I, Step 1) with a basic salary of P19, 077 will receive a minimum of P34, 077 this year-end 2016. With this breakdown:
PBB- 5, 000 (minimum)
YEB- 19, 077
Cash gift- 5, 000
PEI- 5, 000
Total: P34, 077

If a teacher will receive a maximum of P35, 000 PBB, his total earnings would be P64, 077 (though only 2% of the total teaching force of DepEd would probably get this amount).

Attached is matrix-of-year-end-benefits-of-teachers-and-government-employees

For other details: Benjo Basas, TDC Chair, 09273356375

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