Below is the latest salary grade in the Philippines in 2022.
Table of contents
- Salary Grade Table for Government Employees in the Philippines 2022
- What is the Salary Grade?
- What is the Salary Step?
- Salary Grades of Different Government Positions
Salary Grade Table for Government Employees in the Philippines 2022
The important thing you need to know:
- Part-time employees are paid in proportion to the amount of hours they work. A part-time employee who works four hours per day is paid half of the rate that corresponds to his or her salary grade and step.
- Casual workers who are subject to the “No Work, No Pay” policy have their daily wage calculated by dividing their monthly salary by 22 working days.
Salary Grade 2022 Table (Effective: January 1, 2022)
|Salary Grade||Step 1||Step 2||Step 3||Step 4||Step 5||Step 6||Step 7||Step 8|
What is the Salary Grade?
A salary grade (SG) is a number that indicates how much money a government employee receives on a monthly basis. The Philippine government has salary grades ranging from 1 to 33, with 33 receiving the highest compensation.
What is the Salary Step?
Each salary grade contains eight steps (excluding SG 33, which has only two steps) that correlate to an employee’s basic salary based on how long he or she has worked in a specific position.
All newly hired government employees, regardless of salary grade, begin at Step 1, which is the minimum pay rate. Employees advance to the next salary level after three years of continuous satisfactory service in their current positions.
Salary Grades of Different Government Positions
Constitutional Officials/Executive Category
These elected or appointed officials have the highest positions in the government and are thus assigned the highest salary grades.
The President of the Republic of the Philippines, as the country’s highest-ranking government official, earns the highest salary grade of 33.
Salary grades 9 to 33 are assigned to government personnel who have a management position in their agency.
Salary grades 8 to 30 are assigned to positions that demand the practice of a certain profession or extensive knowledge of the arts or sciences.
Salary grades 4 to 18 are assigned to supervisors of workers performing manual, clerical, or technical jobs.
Salary grades 1 to 10 are assigned to workers performing manual, repetitive, or routine work and are elementary/high school/vocational graduates or college undergraduates. – WhatALife!
Also read: LIST: Salary Grade in the Philippines 2021
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