April 19, 2009

Government compensation, outdated na rin

Just received a message that BIR examiners, who are all CPAs, get a salary of not more than P15,000 per month.

Alam ko public service ang pagtatrabaho sa gobyerno. But it must also dignify the employees. A licensed professional does not deserve a compensation that low kahit na starting pa lang.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Paeng,
Sa lahat ng nakausap kong BIR examiners, wala namang nagrereklamo sa sweldo kasi they cite na at least they can do whatever they want with their time. May time sila for their family, rakets, etc. Although of course I agree na dapat talaga taasan para focused talaga sila sa trabaho. Awa ng Diyos, wala pa akong na-encounter na nanghihingi. Hindi pa naman nasisira ang image nila sa akin.
-Chebay

Paeng said...

Hi, Chebay. I just hope that the government will give just compensation to licensed professionals. Nalaman ko lang kasi ito sa estudyante ko na BIR examiner. Considering na the minimum wage is around P8,000 plus a month, mababa ang below P15,000 na sahod para sa isang taong nakapagtapos at pumasa ng board exam.

number cruncher said...

Malaki na ang P15,000! Kung ang senador nga, P35,000 yung sweldo na nila e! (http://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/terms.asp) So if they only spent say P2,000,000 for their campaign, they'll recover their campaign expenses in 4 years and 9 months, provided that it's a 12 month year and they don't use the salary for eating, utilities, children's education....

Hmm... Hehehe!