Salary Grade table 2020

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte signed a new law on January 8, 2020, aimed at giving civilian government employees a pay raise. The 2020 salary grade is based on House Bill 5712 and Senate Bill 1219.

What is the salary grade in the Philippines?

The salary level (SG) is a number that determines the amount of monthly income that each government employee receives. There are a total of 33 levels, the highest paid of which is 33. The higher the number, the more complex and broader the range of responsibilities. For example, the position of President of the Philippines is in grade 33, while Vice President, Senate President
are in Class 32. Class 1 includes for example Utility Workers, Class 2 includes Waiters, and for example teaching positions range from Class 11 to Class 21.

5 main groups by salary level

1. Constitutional officials

These are those who occupy the highest positions in government and earn the highest salaries, belonging to levels 33-30

2. Professional supervision

These are civil servant supervisors in their departments. Their jobs require serious knowledge in their field and at least a bachelor’s degree. This includes grades 9-33.

3. Professional without supervision

These are government employees in positions that require in-depth knowledge in a particular field of art or science. These are usually graduates of a four-year course of study. This includes grades 8-30.

4. Subprofessional supervision

These are employees who supervise workers who do manual, clerical, or technical work. These are usually graduates of secondary or vocational education or two years of college. This includes grades 4-18. For example, Administrative Officer V , according to the Salary grade of DPWH employees, is 18th grade.

5. Subprofessional unsupervised

These are workers who do manual, repetitive, or routine work, without supervision. They are usually graduates of elementary or high school, vocational training or college students, This includes grades 1-10.

What is the salary step?

Each salary level consists of eight steps (except for the 33rd scale, which consists of two steps). The steps depend on the length of time in the position.

Step 1 is the minimum wage. Every 3 years of uninterrupted service, there is an increase and progression to the next step. Step 8 is the maximum rate within the salary range.

What is the Salary Standardization Law of 2019?

The Salary Standardization Law (SSL) 2019 provides annual pay raises for public employees from January 1, 2020, through 2023. The SSL 2020 is the fifth law that requires pay raises for government employees. The fourth tranche was in 2019.

Salary increases will average 5 percent in 2020 and 23.24 percent by 2023. This is the idea behind Salary standardization 2019.

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Salary Grade tables 2020

So the government is introducing a new salary scale reflecting monthly salary increases in four annual payments from 2020 to 2023. Check out the Salary grade 2020 table.

Salary Grade
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
Step 7
Step 8
1
11,551
11,647
11,745
11,843
11,942
12,042
12,143
12,244
2
12,276
12,369
12,464
12,560
12,657
12,754
12,852
12,950
3
13,019
13,119
13,220
13,322
13,424
13,527
13,631
13,736
4
13,807
13,914
14,020
14,128
14,236
14,345
14,456
14,567
5
14,641
14,754
14,867
14,981
15,096
15,212
15,329
15,446
6
15,524
15,643
15,763
15,884
16,007
16,129
16,253
16,378
7
16,458
16,585
16,713
16,841
16,970
17,101
17,231
17,364
8
17,505
17,663
17,823
17,984
18,146
18,310
18,476
18,643
9
18,784
18,941
19,100
19,259
19,420
19,582
19,746
19,911
10
20,219
20,388
20,558
20,731
20,903
21,079
21,254
21,432
11
22,316
22,600
22,889
23,181
23,477
23,778
24,082
24,391
12
24,495
24,779
25,067
25,358
25,653
25,952
26,254
26,560
13
26,754
27,067
27,383
27,703
28,028
28,356
28,688
29,025
14
29,277
29,621
29,969
30,322
30,678
31,039
31,405
31,775
15
32,053
32,431
32,814
33,202
33,594
33,991
34,393
34,801
16
35,106
35,522
35,943
36,369
36,801
37,238
37,681
38,128
17
38,464
38,922
39,385
39,854
40,329
40,810
41,296
41,789
18
42,159
42,662
43,172
43,687
44,210
44,739
45,274
45,816
19
46,791
47,530
48,281
49,044
49,820
50,608
51,410
52,224
20
52,703
53,537
54,386
55,248
56,125
57,016
57,921
58,841
21
59,353
60,296
61,255
62,229
63,220
64,226
65,249
66,289
22
66,867
67,933
69,017
70,118
71,237
72,375
73,531
74,705
23
75,359
76,563
77,788
79,034
80,324
81,635
82,967
84,321
24
85,074
86,462
87,874
89,308
90,766
92,248
93,753
95,283
25
96,985
98,568
100,176
101,811
103,473
105,162
106,879
108,623
26
109,593
111,381
113,200
115,047
116,925
118,833
120,772
122,744
27
123,839
125,861
127,915
130,003
132,125
134,281
136,473
138,701
28
139,939
142,223
144,544
146,903
149,300
151,738
154,215
156,731
29
158,131
160,712
163,335
166,001
168,710
171,464
174,262
177,107
30
178,688
181,604
184,568
187,581
190,642
193,754
196,916
200,130
31
262,965
268,101
273,338
278,676
284,120
289,669
295,327
301,095
32
313,512
319,835
326,285
332,865
339,577
346,426
353,413
360,539
33
395,858
407,734

Salary increases apply to all civilian government employees in SSL 5 table

  • Executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government;
  • LGUs, including barangay personnel.
  • All constitutional offices;
  • Government-owned and Controlled Corporations (GOCCs) not subject to Republic Act 10149.2

Who is not covered by the pay increase in SSL v?

  • Job Order Workers;
  • Military and uniformed personnel;
  • GOCCs under RA 10149;
  • Any employees working without a contract between employer and employee.

To explore Salary Grade 2019 for government employees and compare salaries for each position, read our following articles. Also in new articles we will post the much sought-after Salary grade table for local government employees 2018.

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Written by | Modified date: February 18, 2021

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