As of present, there is no Unemployment Insurance scheme available to the greater part of the labor population in the Philippines. There is, however, an existing unemployment insurance scheme for public sector employees who are members of the Government Service Insurance System. The unemployment benefit is paid when a permanent government employee who has paid the required 12 months integrated contributions under RA 8291 is involuntarily separated from the service as a result of the abolition of his office or position usually resulting from reorganization.
The benefit is in the form of monthly cash payments equivalent to 50% of the average monthly compensation (AMC). The duration of the benefit depends on the length of service and ranges from 2 months to a maximum of 6 months.
Title: Country Report on Unemployment Insurance: Philippines
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