July 18, 1997 – DO 51, s. 1997 – Amendatory Rules and Regulations Governing the Monetization of Leave Credits of Government Officials and Employees
July 18, 1997
DO 51, s. 1997
Amendatory Rules and Regulations Governing the Monetization of Leave Credits of Government Officials and Employees
- Inclosed is a copy of CSC-DBM Joint Circular NO. 2-97 dated June 25, 1997 promulgating and adopting rules and regulations to amend Rules IV and VI of Joint CSC-DBM Circular No» 1, s„ 1991, governing the monetization of leave credits of government officials and employees.
- Under this Circular, government officials and employees shall now be allowed to monetize a maximum of thirty (30) days vacation leave/service credits, subject to the following conditions:
- There shall remain five (5) days vacation leave/service credits after monetization; and
- Said official or employee has accumulated no less than fifteen (15) days vacation leave/service credits, in which case he can monetize no more than ten (10) days.
Please be guided accordingly
DECS Order: No. 95, s. 1991
Allotment: 1-(D.O 50-97)
To be indicated in the Perpetual Index under the following subjects: