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Philippine Salary Grade of 2021

Philippine Salary Grade of 2021

What is the Philippine Salary Grade of 2021?

Basing on one’s job difficulty and range of responsibilities, every government position is assigned a salary grade. The wider the scope of responsibilities, and the more difficult the job, the higher the number. Hence, the ones with a higher salary grade will receive a higher pay than others.

A salary grade (SG) is an indication that defines your monetary income that a government employee earns. In the Philippine Salary Grade of 2021, the salary grade runs from 1 to 33, making 33 with the highest income.

 

Government positions according to their salary grade:

  1. Constitutional officials/Executive category.

The President of the Republic of the Philippines, as the country’s highest – ranking government official has the highest salary grade.

Appointed or elected officials hold the highest positions in the government and are thus assigned the salary grades accordingly.

  1. Professional supervisory.

Job roles that require extensive technical knowledge on their related field that requires a bachelor’s degree or higher are assigned to a higher salary grade. Examples of such positions are Director II, Senior Vice President. Engineer IV and Elementary School Principal I.

  1. Professional non-supervisory.

Employees with positions of the non-supervisory category such as the University Professor, Chemist I, Tourist Receptionist I, Municipal Treasurer, Teacher I and Statistician I that needs a practice of a precise profession or in-depth knowledge in the arts or sciences are assigned salary grades 8 to 30. Such positions are graduates of a four–year course.

  1. Sub-professional supervisory.

Examples of positions in this category are:

  • Chief Bookbinder
  • Bookbinder IV
  • Electrician Foreman

Their positions require vocational education, completion of up to two years in college or secondary education.

  1. Sub-professional non-supervisory.

Manual, repetitive or routine work and are elementary/high school/vocational graduates or college undergraduate workers are assigned to salary grades 1 to 10.

 

The Salary Standardization Law of 2019.

Yearly increase and additional benefits to government employees in the Philippines are granted from January 1, 2020 until 2023. It Is called the Salary Standardization Law (SSL) of 2019. This is inclusive of the following:

  • Allowances
  • Performance – based incentives
  • Basic pay per salary grade and step
  • Benefits

 

SSL is the 5th law that enforces salary increase for government workers. It is also called the Salary Standardization Law V. With this law, salaries are standardized across all agencies for the government employees. It also helps to eliminate the need for employees to make salary negotiations with HR or their superiors.

In addition, this would promote excellence, accountability and efficiency among its employees.

 

Who is covered by the salary increase?

Pay hikes under the Salary Standardization Law apply to all civilian government workers with regular, contractual, or casual status—whether full-time or part-time—in the following offices:

  • LGUs, including barangay personnel, receiving monthly honoraria
  • Constitutional Commissions and other Constitutional Offices
  • Executive, legislative, and judicial branches
  • Government-owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs) not covered by Republic Act 101492;

 

Who is exempted from the SSL?

The following groups are NOT covered by the salary increases mandated by SSL:

  • BJMP
  • Job order workers
  • Philippine Coast Guard
  • Philippine Public Safety College
  • National Mapping and Resource Information Authority
  • Consultancy or any contract with no employer-employee relationship
  • Military and uniformed personnel, including Police Officer I in the PNP
  • Private in the Department of National Defense, and equivalent ranks in the BFP
  • GOCCs under RA 10149 (They have their own Compensation and Position Classification System)

 

You may refer below table for the Philippine Salary Grade of 2021:

Annex “A-4”
Second Tranche Monthly Salary Schedule for Local Government Personnel
In Fourth Class Provinces and Cities and Second-Class Municipalities

 

Effective Not Earlier Than January 1, 2021 (In Pesos)

Salary Grade

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7

Step 8

1

10,229 10,314 10,401 10,488 10,576 10,663 10,753

10,843

2

10,872 10,955 11,039 11,214 11,209 11,295 11,382 11,469

3

11,536 11,625 11,714 11,805 11,896 11,986 12,079 12,171

4

12,240 12,334 12,429 12,525 12,621 12,717 12,815

12,913

5 12,984 3,084 13,184 13,286 13,388 13,490 13,594

13,698

6 13,770 13,876 13,983 14,090 14,198 14,307 14,418

14,528

7

14,602 14,714 14,827 14,941 15,056 15,172 15,287 15,405
8 15,513 15,654 15,796 15,938 16,082 16,227 16,374

16,522

9

16,654 16,793 16,934 17,076 17,218 17,362 17,507 17,654
10 18,024 18,175 18,327 18,480 18,635 18,790 18,947

19,105

11

20,295 20,537 20,783 21,031 21,282 21,538 21,797 22,059
12 22,144 22,386 22,630 22,878 23,129 23,383 23,639

23,899

13

24,035 24,301 24,569 24,841 25,118 25,396 25,679 25,965
14 26,179 26,472 26,767 27,067 27,370 27,677 27,988

28,302

15

28,539 28,860 29,186 29,515 29,849 30,186 30,528 30,875
16 31,134 31,487 31,845 32,207 32,575 32,946 33,323

33,703

17

33,988 34,377 34,771 35,170 35,573 35,982 36,395 36,814
18 37,129 37,556 37,990 38,428 38,872 39,322 39,777

40,237

19

41,066 416,994 42,333 42,981 43,641 44,311 44,992 45,684
20 46,113 46,822 47,544 48,277 49,022 49,779 50,549

51,331

21

51,766 52,567 53,383 54,210 55,053 55,908 56,777 57,661

22

58,153 59,059 59,980 60,916 61,867 62,835 63,817

64,815

23 65,371 66,394 67,436 68,496 69,614 70,750 71,905

73,079

24

73,731 74,934 76,157 77,400 78,663 79,948 81,253 82,579
25 84,053 85,425 86,819 88,237 89,677 91,140 92,628

94,140

26

94,981 96,530 98,106 99,708 101,334 102,989 104,669 106,378
27 107,327 109,080 110,860 112,669 114,508 116,377 118,277

120,207

28

121,281 123,259 125,271 127,316 129,394 131,507 133,653 135,833
29 137,046 139,284 141,556 143,868 146,215 148,602 151,027

153,492

30

154,862 157,390 159,959 162,570 165,223 167,920 170,660

173,446

 

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