Improvisations Of Annual Salary Increment Methods Through The minimum-Maximum Salary Schedule
Employees eligible to receive salary movement at a fixed-rate of 3% are as prescribed by Item 5 in the Service Circular No.2, Year 2015 (PP2/2015).
No. The salary schedules used in Appendix A and Appendix B in PP2/2015 are based on the effective Minimum-Maximum Salary Schedule. The fixed rate at 3 % applies only to employees who meet the eligibility requirements set forth in PP2/2015.
The terms and conditions to receive a salary movement at a fixed rate of 3% are as described in Item 9, PP2/2015.
The rate at 3% is fixed and quoted based on the announcement by the Honourable Prime Minister at the Civil Service Premier Gathering (MAPPA) XIII on March 11, 2013.
This event will not occur. The fixed rate at 3% from maximum salary is not in comparative with Annual Increment Rate of any given grade. The fixed rate at 3% is calculated from the maximum salary of a given grade. Meanwhile, the Annual Increment Rate is as per prescribed in the Service Circular, No.1, Year 2012 (PP1/2012).
A fixed rate at 3% is determined from the maximum salary in the effective Minimum – Maximum Salary Schedule (JGMM), while the Annual Increment Rate is as per prescribed in the Service Circular, No.1, Year 2012 (PP1/2012).
The officer is not eligible for year 2015 annual increment as the officer is no longer in the service in that year. The officer’s last day of service is on 31st December, 2014.
Yes, the Human Resource Divisions should identify employees who retire on January 2, 2015 onwards and make adjustments on their last-drawn salary based on the provisions of PP2/2015. The Human Resource Divisions also must inform the Pension Division at JPA for the purpose of adjustment of pension and retirement benefits.
Officers seconded to government agencies, international organisations or the private sectors and their salaries are approaching or have reached its maximum or receiving Khas Untuk Penyandang (KUP) salary, can be given a notional annual increment at its basic salary.
Yes. The rate at 3% is fixed and constant and is given at every annual increment to eligible employees.
Regulations and policies related to the starting salaries due to promotion remain unchanged and are subjected to Service Circular No. 14 Year 2007 (P14/2007) and Letter of Service Circular, No. 9 Year 2008 (SPP9/2008).
The determination of starting salary due to promotion remain unchanged as prescribed in PP14/2007 and SPP9/2008 and that is based on the last annual increment rate received at previous grade.
The annual increment under PP2/2015 does not change the calculation of Probation Allowance as regulated in Service Circular, No. 7, Year 2010 and circularsJPA.BK(S)134/2/8Jld.2(7) dated May 10, 2012, since probation allowance is calculated based on the annual increment rate at probation grade.
PP2/2015 applies to Contract of Service employees. Implementation of the salary movement for Contract of Service employees who are currently in service are as stated in item 5.1 and 5.2 in PP2/2015.
Salary determination for employees whose salary is at maximum is in accordance with existing regulations that is P.U.( A ) 435/2011 or any effective regulations.
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