Capitol employees to get bonuses to ‘perk up spirits’

The Negros Occidental provincial government is preparing to give year-end bonuses to its employees that will not be lower than what it gave in 2020, Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz said Tuesday, November 2.

Last year, Negros Occidental’s employees received P40,000 each in bonuses.

The provincial government employees went through a very rough year and many got sick just to continue public service, Diaz said.

“We need to perk up their spirits…and among these are the bonuses that our employees really deserve,” he added.

Diaz said the amount of the year-end bonus still has to be presented to Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson for his approval.

The provincial government has received a lot of awards that will be used as support for the bonuses to be given, he said.

The governor will announce the amount once the budget is ready and approved by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, he added.

Diaz would not say if the bonus would be bigger than last year, he would only say that it would not be lower than what was given in 2020.

The provincial government is set to release the 14th month bonus of the Capitol employees in November, he said.

A Collective Negotiation Agreement bonus will also be given, Diaz added.*

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