Teachers and non-teaching personnel are now eligible for PBB 2018


In the news from Alliance of Concerned Teachers-Philippines, The deped Teachers and None-Teaching personnel are now eligible for PBB 2018.

According to Teachers Dignity’s Facebook Post

Ang PBB 2018.

Hindi pa malinaw kung kailan, pero may liwanag nang natatanaw.

“DepEd said the Task Force “has decided to grant the 2018 PBB for teaching and non-teaching school-based personnel in all elementary and secondary schools nationwide” subject to the submission of DepEd’s school level performance rating and ranking.

“To date, school level performance ranking reports, which will be the basis for processing the bonus, have been submitted to the Task Force and DBM for funding.” DepEd said.

Teachers’ clamor for PBB 2018 finally granted

The Alliance of Concerned Teachers welcome the decision of the AO 25 to grant all Department of Education’s school based personnel the 2018 Performance Based Bonus (PBB) despite DepEd’s non-compliance on the requiremnts set forth by the task force.

Clearly it is the product of teachers clamor. Teachers and employees deserve to receive this bonus as they faithfully and even went beyond their means to deliver their functions.

With this decision, we call of the DepEd and DBM to immediately process the release of the bonus as this is badly needed by our teachers and employees with the continuing wrath of COVID-19 in the country.

We further appeal to AO 25, on humanitarian ground, that all other employees of DepEd receive the same. Everybody is affected by the crisis.

Meanwhile, we continue to receive many reports of unpaid special hardship allowance and other related benefits. We call on DepEd to immediatlely act on this promptly.

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