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Manila - The Institute for Labor Studies earned anew a hundred percent score in the Performance-Based Incentive System (PBIS) for the grant of Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) for fiscal year 2022, replicating its accomplishment score in 2021. The PBB is among the two incentives given under the PBIS introduced per Executive Order No. 80, in July 2012.

For the fiscal year 2022, the Institute successfully complied with its major accountability areas and garnered a perfect score in the delivery of its obligations and performance processes, as assessed by the Department of Budget and Management during its semi-annual monitoring and review of the agency’s performance.

Among the Institute’s success indicators was its improved services in its Human Resources processes on timekeeping, and applications for leave of absence, and website upgrades that supported the visibility of its Citizen’s Charter. Also, financial results have shown that the Institute was able to fully comply with the requirements, while the results and rating on the Citizen/Client Satisfaction Results highlighted a 4.51 satisfaction rate with no complaints received during the entire year.

In general, the Institute has been compliant with 11 out of 11 agency accountability requirements, namely: Transparency Seal, PhilGEPS posting, designation of the agency’s commitment on Anti-Red Tape, sustained compliance to audit findings, submission and review of Statements of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth, Freedom of Information, FY 2022 Annual Procurement Plan Non-Common Use Supplies and Equipment, FY 2021 Agency Procurement Compliance and Performance Indicators, and Undertaking of Early Procurement Activities.