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Guidelines on Employee Benefits and Privileges

Guidelines on Employee Benefits and Privileges

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03/03/2011

 
GUIDELINES ON EMPLOYEE BENEFITS AND PRIVILEGESCoverage:Non-Academic PersonnelAffects
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HRDBMOChief of OfficesAVP HRDVice PresidentsPresidentBoard of RegentsOther Cooperating AgenciesReferences:U of B Policies on Benefits and PrivilegesSSS/Phil. Health ManualHealth Care ManualPERAA ManualGuidelines:1.Employees of U of B can freely join the University of BatangasEmployees Association or the University Cooperative Store so that theymay enjoy its privileges.2.University of Batangas grants employees the following benefits andprivileges depending on employment status, length of service and other provisions determined by law and UB Management.2.1.Educational Privilege and Scholarships for Non - AcademicPersonnel
2.2.
Educational Privilege and Scholarship Grant for dependent / legitimate child/ or children 2.3.Incentive Leave Vacation Leave Privilege
2.4.
U of B Sick leave of Absence2.5. Emergency Leave of AbsenceEmergency Leave oAbsence2.6. Paternal Leave of Absence2.7.Uniform Assistance
 
2.8.
Health Care/ Maintenance Assistance2.9. Gratuity Pay Benefits
2.10.
Separation benefits of a deceased employee2.11.SSS/Phil. Health benefits as provided by law2.12.PAG-IBIG benefits as provided by law2.13.Retirement benefits in accordance with the agreed PERAAplan and as mandated by Law.
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Application forms for U of B Benefits and Privileges are available at theHRD Office.Detailed Guidelines and Provisions of theUniversity ‘s Benefits and Privileges1.Educational Privilege and Scholarship grant for non academic personnel1.1.Tuition fee discounts granted to employees shall vary dependingon the status of employment. Distribution of percentage discountshall be as follows:1.1.2. Probationary Status - 25% discount on tuition fees in MAand other courses1.1.3.Permanent status - 50% discount on tuition fees in MA and other courses
1.1.4.
Permanent status and with college teaching load–100% discounton tuition fees in the Graduate Studies1.2.Employees who availed the 100% discount are expected to complete their Graduate Studies course within a period of three years otherwise, thediscount shall be deducted from the salary of the employee through payrolldeduction.1.3. Filing shall be within one month from the first day of classes. Any requestfiled after such deadline will be deemed disapproved.2.Educational Privilege and Scholarship grant for dependent and .legitimatechild / children2.1.The educational privilege and scholarships for legitimate child/children of employees shall cover all educational levels2.2.Deadline of filing shall be one month from the first day of classes. Anyrequest filed after such deadline will be deemed disapproved
 
2.3.On the basis of appointment the tuition fee discount shall apply asfollows:2.3.1 Probationary status - proportional discount on tuition fee for two(2) legitimate children2.3.2. Permanent status - 25% discount on tuition fees for two (2)legitimate children2.3.3. Permanent status with service of at least ten (10) years andabove qualifies for 100% discount on tuition fees for onelegitimate child. The probationary period is excluded in thecomputation. In cases where both husband and wife are bothemployed at U of B, only one child will be entitled to the privilege2.3.4.15% discount on tuition fees for having three (3) children andmore enrolled at the University. However, there shall be no doublediscount2.4.In the event of termination of services of the claimant such as voluntaryresignation, forced separation, voluntary leave of offices exceeding two(2) months and permanent disability, the privilege ceases.3.Vacation Leave
3.1.
Vacation Leave Privilege of five (5) days shall be given to employeeswith at least one year work experience with the University.3.2. Vacation Leave Privilege are granted to employee/s who have rendered:3.2.1. Continuous service of three to six years shall be entitled to seven(7) days leave3.2.2 Continuous service of seven years and above shall be entitled tofifteen (15) days leave3.3.Application of leave shall be by school year. Commutation of five daysvacation leave shall be applicable to rank and file employees at the endof the school year if unused. Availment and commutation of this benefitshall be on a pro-rate basis.3.4..At the beginning of each school year a scheduled incentive/vacationleave of staff noted by the respective Chief of Office shall be submitted tothe HRDO for proper notation and endorsed to the President for approval.3.5.Schedule vacation leave shall not be on days preceding a holiday or arest day otherwise said holiday or rest day shall not receive thecorresponding remuneration.

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