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Nueva Vizcaya LGU to sanction 34 habitual tardy employees
By: Benjamin Moses M. Ebreo
Wednesday 14th of August 2013
BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya, Aug 14(PIA) -- At least 34 employees of the provincial government here are expected to be slapped with administrative sanction for their habitual tardiness.

The administrative action will cover 18 permanent employees, 11 casuals, and five more under contract of services recently found to be habitually tardy for the period of January to June 2013, according to a report from the Provincial Human Resources Management Office (HRMO).

The report, prepared by human resource management officers, described the offense as “when an employee fails to report on a time set as his official time of arrival."

Under Rule XIV, Section 22 (q), of the Omnibus Rules implementing Book V of Executive Order 292 and other pertinent Civil Service laws, “an employee shall be considered habitually tardy if he incurs tardiness, regardless of the number of minutes, 10 times a month for at least two months in a semester or at least two consecutive months during the year.”

The report stated further: “An employee’s unauthorized tardiness constitutes either a grave offense or a light offense, depending on its depravity and effects on the government service. Some of the employees who are found to be habitually tardy for January to June 2013 are also in the list of habitually tardy employees as of December 31, 2012.”

Provincial Human Resources Management Officer Ma. Carla Lucia Torralba has already endorsed the report which also contains the list of tardy-prone employees to Governor Ruth Padilla for her information and appropriate action. (BME/PIA 2-Nueva Vizcaya)
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