Lawmaker urges government to fill up vacant positions in bureaucracy

lawmaker urges government to fill up vacant positions in bureaucracy

Sumary of Lawmaker urges government to fill up vacant positions in bureaucracy:

  • TO ease rising unemployment, a lawmaker on Thursday urged government agencies to fill vacant positions totaling almost 178,000 in the entire bureaucracy.
  • In a news statement, Anakalusugan Rep. Mike Defensor said Congress allocates funds for salaries in the annual budget on the basis of existing permanent positions, including those that are unfilled.
  • “We should stop this practice by compelling agencies to hire needed personnel.
  • Citing the 2022 budget documents submitted to Congress, Defensor said the bureaucracy has permanent positions numbering 1,899,747, from the president, who holds Salary Grade 33 (P415,728 a month), down to the lowest-paid worker, who receives P12,034 (Salary Grade 1) in basic pay.
  • Of the total number of permanent positions, 1,721,753 are filled or occupied, while the remaining 177,994 are vacant, Defensor said.
  • He added that the number of permanent jobs, filled positions and vacancies reflected in the budget documents excludes those in local government units throughout the country.

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