Salary Grade table 2018

The problem of respectable wages for public sector employees in the Philippines is now under the control of the government. The president of the Philippines in 2016 issued Special Executive Order No. 201 “Modifying the Salary Schedule for Civilian Government Personnel and Authorizing the Grant of Additional Benefits for Both Civilian and Military and Uniformed Personnel”.

The salaries of all government employees are standardized for all employees and employers. In doing so, the government promotes quality, efficiency, and accountability among its employees, as well as attracting new personnel to the government service.

Wage and benefit increases affected 1.53 million government workers in the Philippines. The government spent more than 225.819 billion pesos on these changes. These changes were gradually released in four tranches over four years.

1. The first tranche passed in January 2016.
2. The second tranche was in January 2017.
3. The third tranche was in January 2018.
4. The fourth tranche in January 2019.

The third tranche of state employee salaries passed in 2018.

In the Philippines, the salary of every government employee, from the public service worker to the President, is regulated by the SSL, also called the Salary Standardization Law. Under it, the salaries of all government employees are standardized. There are a total of 33 job and salary levels, each with 8 steps. An employee can move up to a higher level if he or she has the right education and has worked long enough in the previous position.

In addition, the government’s standardized pay system eliminates the need for employees to ask the human resources department for a pay raise from their boss. Each employee knows exactly what it takes to earn more.

Salary Grade Table 2018 (Philippine Salary Standardization Law)

Salary
Grade
Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8
1 10,510 10,602 10,695 10,789 10,884 10,982 11,076 11,173
2 11,200 11,293 11,386 11,480 11,575 11,671 11,767 11,864
3 11,914 12,013 12,112 12,212 12,313 12,414 12,517 12,620
4 12,674 12,778 12,884 12,990 13,097 13,206 13,315 13,424
5 13,481 13,606 13,705 13,818 13,932 14,047 14,163 14,280
6 14,340 14,459 14,578 14,699 14,820 14,942 15,066 15,190
7 15,254 15,380 15,507 15,635 15,765 15,895 16,026 16,158
8 16,282 16,433 16,585 16,739 16,895 17,051 17,209 17,369
9 17,473 17,627 17,781 17,937 18,095 18,253 18,413 18,575
10 18,718 18,883 19,048 19,215 19,384 19,567 19,725 19,898
11 20,179 20,437 20,698 20,963 21,231 21,502 21,777 22,055
12 22,149 22,410 22,674 22,942 23,212 23,486 23,763 24,043
13 24,224 24,510 24,799 25,091 25,387 25,686 25,989 26,296
14 26,494 26,806 27,122 27,442 27,766 28,093 28,424 28,759
15 29,010 29,359 29,713 30,071 30,432 30,799 31,170 31,545
16 31,765 32,147 32,535 32,926 33,323 33,724 34,130 34,541
17 34,781 35,201 35,624 36,053 36,487 36,927 37,371 37,821
18 38,085 38,543 39,007 39,477 39,952 40,433 40,920 41,413
19 42,099 42,730 43,371 44,020 44,680 45,350 46,030 46,720
20 47,037 47,742 48,457 49,184 49,921 50,669 51,428 52,199
21 52,554 53,341 54,141 54,952 55,776 56,612 57,460 58,322
22 58,717 59,597 60,491 61,397 62,318 63,252 64,200 65,162
23 65,604 66,587 67,585 68,598 69,627 70,670 71,730 72,805
24 73,299 74,397 75,512 76,644 77,793 78,959 80,143 81,344
25 82,439 83,674 84,928 86,201 87,493 88,805 90,136 91,487
26 92,108 93,488 94,889 96,312 97,755 99,221 100,708 102,217
27 102,910 104,453 106,019 107,608 109,221 110,858 112,519 114,210
28 114,981 116,704 118,453 120,229 122,031 123,860 125,716 127,601
29 128,467 130,392 132,346 134,330 136,343 138,387 140,461 142,566
30 143,534 145,685 147,869 150,085 152,335 154,618 156,935 159,288
31 198,168 201,615 205,121 208,689 212,318 216,011 219,768 223,590
32 233,857 238,035 242,288 246,618 251,024 255,509 260,074 264,721
33 289,401 298,083

With this, the following goals were achieved:

1) Raising the minimum wage for the first grade from 9,000 pesos to 11,068 pesos (by 2019) to make it competitive with market rates;

2) Bringing the pay of government employees closer to that of private companies to at least 70% of the average market wage;

3) Increasing the net pay of government employees by including fringe benefits;

4) Attracting and retaining competent and dedicated government employees;

5) Increasing the prestige of government employment.

Salary Grade Table Philippines 2018 PDF

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