Gov't workers to get mid-2024 bonus starting May 15
EQUIVALENT TO ONE-MONTH BASIC PAY

Gov’t workers to get mid-2024 bonus starting May 15

By: - Reporter / @JMangaluzINQ
/ 10:18 AM May 14, 2024

Gov't workers to get mid-2024 bonus starting May 15

Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Secretary Amenah Pangandaman announces on Tuesday, May 14, 2024, that qualified civilian and uniformed government workers are set to receive their mid-year bonus for the year starting Wednesday, May 15. Photo from Official Gazette/Website

MANILA, Philippines — Qualified civilian and uniformed government workers are set to receive their mid-year bonus starting Wednesday, May 15, Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Secretary Amenah Pangandaman announced.

Pangandaman said the mid-year bonus for 2024 would be equivalent to a civil servant’s one-month basic salary.

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“I am pleased to announce that our civil servants will receive their mid-year bonus this year. We know that this is eagerly awaited by our fellow government employees and will significantly assist them in meeting their daily needs,” she said in a statement Tuesday.

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“As always, we remind all government agencies and offices to ensure the prompt and timely release of bonuses to their employees in accordance with our existing rules and regulations. This will begin on May 15,” she added.

The DBM explained that recipients of the mid-year bonus are personnel still employed in government as of May 15 and have satisfactory ratings in the most recent performance appraisal period.

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It also said that the mid-year bonus will be granted to civilian government workers, including regular, casual, and contractual employees and military and uniformed personnel.

However, the DBM added that bonuses for employees in local government units would be determined by their respective offices.

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