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   PHILIPPINE NAVY HEADQUARTERS NAVAL FORCES NORTHERN LUZON Naval Station Ernesto Ogbinar Poro Point, San Fernando City, La Union   From: Ms Jusio Rae F Reyes CE   To: Commander, Naval Forces Northern Luzon  Attn: AC of S for Operations, NF3 Via: Chief of Staff, NFNL Subj: After Activity Report  Ref: Approved NFNL APB 2018 1. The undersigned together with Mrs Caroline H Bueno CE  attended the Leave  Administration Course for Effectiveness (LACE) at CSC Training Center Region 1, San Fernando City, La Union on 20-21 March 2018. 2. The two-day activity commenced as follows: Day 1 a. The activity started at 0800H for the registration and opening program. b. At 0830H , Ms. Marina Cabanera, the Chief HRS,PSED started the discussion proper on General Leave Laws/Policies. She had a brief discussion on the history, as well as the rationale behind the grant of leave benefits for government employees in the Philippines. We also had a discussion on the characteristics of Leave of Absence — that leaves are cumulative, commutative and transferrable. It was followed by a thorough discussion on the different types of Leave Benefits (Vacation Leave/Forced Leave, Sick Leave, Maternity Leave and Paternity Leave).  At the end of the half-day discussion, we had an open forum. Questions relating to the topic were raised by participants from different government agencies. c. At 1300H, Mr. Romulo V. Nabua, the Chief HRS, ESD continued the discussion on the types of leave benefits (Special Leave Privileges, Rehabilitation Leave, Study Leave, Terminal leave, Special Emergency Leave for employees affected by natural calamities/ disasters). We also had a discussion on the computation of vacation and sick leave, and we also were familiarized with the forms and conversion tables to record leave of absence and leave credits. After the discussion, we had a workshop on the computation of vacation and sick leave as well as the monetization of earned leave credits.   d. Day 1 ended at exactly 1700H. Day 2 a. The activity started at 0800H. The activity started with a short recap of what we had discussed on Day 1. b. At 0830H, Mr. Romulo V. Nabua, the subject matter expert, continued to discuss Leave Benefits for specific groups like teachers, to include Daycare workers, elective officials including barangay officials, and Judges in the MTC, RTC, Sharia Courts, and Justices of the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and Sandiganbayan.  Among the topics discussed were Teachers’ leave, Study leave and Indefinite leave for teachers, Vacation Service credits. In addition, laws and issuances regarding government working hours were also discussed. Also, different non-monetary remunerations for overtime services were discussed like compensatory overtime credit and compensatory time-off. c. At 1300H, Other leave privileges under special laws were discussed to us by  Atty. Charisma M. Agbayani. Among these special laws were the following: - RA8972(Solo Parents’ Welfare Act of 2000) CSC MC 8,s. 2004  - RA 8552(Domestic Adoption Act of 1998) - RA 9710(An Act Providing for the Magna Carta of Women) CSC MC 25, s. 2010 - RA 9262(Anti-violence against women and their children act of 2004) CSC MC 15, s. 2006 Court Decisions for relevant cases ICOW with leave benefits under special laws were also given. d. At the end of the training, we had an open forum/ integration where the participants raised their questions and shared their experiences as  Administrative Officers regarding the topics discussed. e. At 1630H, the participants had their Program Evaluation followed by the graduation. 3. For Information. JUSIO RAE F REYES FSPAO, NIF-NL
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