Capitol union seeking release of Performance-Based Bonus

The Progressive Alliance of Capitol Employees (PACE) is asking for the release of the Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) of the Negros Occidental provincial government workers as soon as possible.

PACE chairman Ruben Diamante said on Monday, January 22, that he has written to Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson to request the release of the PBB, noting that it can be granted since the provincial government received a Seal of Good Local Governance award.

“The PBB is a valuable incentive that recognizes the hard work and dedication of government employees. It is also an important tool for motivating employees to achieve high levels of performance,” Diamante said in his letter to the governor.

The Capitol employees have consistently demonstrated a high level of commitment and dedication to their work throughout the year, he said.

Under the PBB employees can receive up to 65 percent of their basic salaries, Diamante said.

Meanwhile, Diamante said he expects a 90 percent turnout in the PACE elections that end on Saturday.*

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