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1 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office

2 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office Administrative Order No February 1989 President Abueva “Per Administrative Order No. 10 dated10 June 1986 and Memorandum No. 27 dated 4 April 1988, vacant positions in any constituent university shall not be filled unless the need to fill them is fully justified, in which case, approval by the President must be obtained. The request to fill an item shall be based on a thorough and careful job and personnel audit of the unit”. (item no. 5)

3 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office Attrition Law or RA June 1992 Part II Section 4 of the Rules Implementing the Provisions of RA 7430 states that: “Upon the effectivity to these rules, and for five (5) years thereafter, no appointment shall be made to fill vacant positions in any government office resulting from resignation, retirement, dismissal, death or transfer to another agency of an officer or employee”.

4 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 100 December 1, 1999 President Joseph Ejercito Estrada Directing the suspension of the hiring of new personnel for purposes of generating the additional funds for the implementation of the 10% across-the- board salary increase for fiscal year 2000.

5 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER August 2004 President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Directing the continued adoption of austerity measures in the government. Explicitly, Section 2 of AO 103 states that: “Consistent with the government’s rationalization policy, the provision of Republic Act No. 7430, or the Attrition Law, specifically Section 3 thereof which prohibits the filling up of positions that have been vacated by reason of resignation, retirement, dismissal, death, or transfer to another office, with a certain exceptions, are hereby adopted until lifted by the President”.

6 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office Joint Circular from the Civil Service Commission and the Department of Budget and Management (joint circular no. 3, s. 2004) was issued relative to “Continued Adoption of Austerity Measures through the Non- Filling of Vacant Positions”.

7 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office In the University, President Emerlinda R. Roman on 22 August 2005 issued memorandum (Memorandum No. PERR-05-24) dealing with the general policies on hiring. Item number 4 of the said memorandum states that: “filling up of vacant positions still needs prior approval of the president. All requests must be accompanied by a strong justification”.

8 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office Memorandum No. MVG June 2006 Vice President Martin Gregorio While AO 103 remains strictly enforced throughout the UP System, there are instances when requests for authority to fill vacant/vacated items cannot be avoided due to the exigency of the service. Provision of the following documents to support a request includes: a.Date and reason for vacancy of item; b.List of duties and responsibilities attached to the item with corresponding percentages; c.Organizational, personnel and functional chart of the requesting unit; d.Signs and degree of work backlog due to vacancy of the item; and e.Coping mechanism of the requesting unit relative to the vacant/vacated item.

9 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office Memorandum No. AAS December 2006 Vice President Arlene Samaniego Reiterated the justification needed for the requests for authority to fill vacant/vacated items. She has included two additional requirements which are deemed necessary and important in the evaluation of requests. These are: (a)Job audit of the requesting unit to be done by the CUs HRDO; and (b)Evaluation/assessment and recommendation of CUs HRDO Head.

10 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office Memorandum No. PAEP by President Alfredo E. Pascual Reiterated the existing university policies on hiring with the instruction to include in the justification of the request for authority to fill the following aside from those identified by VP Gregorio (5 June 2006) and VP Samaniego (15 December 2006): a.Statement on the mission and goals of the unit over the next five (5) years; and b.How the proposed recruitment will contribute to the attainment of the identified mission and goals.

11 UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Human Resources Development Office 1.List of duties and responsibilities with corresponding percentages; 2.Organizational chart; 3.Personnel and functional charts; 4.Signs and degree of backlog relative to the vacant item; 5.Coping mechanism; 6.Justification for filling of the item or hiring of UP contractual. 7.Mission and Goals of the unit/college for the next 5 years. 8.Contribution of the proposed recruitment on the mission and goals. 9.Other relevant information 10.Selection Matrix


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