Board Resolution No. 19-06-21 Adopting the Penalties for Failure to Remit SSS and GSIS Contributions as provided under Republic Act (RA) No. 11199 and Republic Act No. 8291 Amending for this Purpose Rule V, Sec. 3 (4) of the Amended Rules on Employees’ Compensation

Adopting the Penalties for Failure to Remit SSS and GSIS Contributions as provided under Republic Act (RA) No. 11199 and Republic Act No. 8291 Amending for this Purpose Rule V, Sec. 3 (4) of the Amended Rules on Employees’ Compensation WHEREAS, Article 207 [213] paragraph (a) of P.D. No. 626, as amended, partly provides: “(a) continue reading : Board Resolution No. 19-06-21 Adopting the Penalties for Failure to Remit SSS and GSIS Contributions as provided under Republic Act (RA) No. 11199 and Republic Act No. 8291 Amending for this Purpose Rule V, Sec. 3 (4) of the Amended Rules on Employees’ Compensation

Board Resolution No. 19-03-05 Promulgating the Policy on Expanding the Coverage of the Employee’ Compensation Program (ECP) to the Self-Employed Compulsory Members of the SSS

Promulgating the Policy on Expanding the Coverage of the Employees’ Compensation Program (ECP) to the Self-Employed Compulsory Members of the SSS   WHEREAS, Article II, Section 18 of the 1987 Constitution provides: “The State affirms labor as a primary social economic force. It shall protect the rights of workers and promote their welfare.” (emphasis supplied) continue reading : Board Resolution No. 19-03-05 Promulgating the Policy on Expanding the Coverage of the Employee’ Compensation Program (ECP) to the Self-Employed Compulsory Members of the SSS

BR 17-10-42: Revised Guidelines on the Grant of EC Death Benefits to Surviving Wives and Children Beneficiaries of Muslims, Amending for this Purpose BR No. 14-07-34

REVISED GUIDELINES ON THE GRANT OF EC DEATH BENEFITS TO SURVIVING WIVES AND CHILDREN BENEFICIARIES OF MUSLIMS, AMENDING FOR THIS PURPOSE BR NO. 14-07-34   WHEREAS, on July 28, 2014, the Commission issued Board Resolution No. 14- 07-34 on "Guidelines on the Grant of EC Death Benefits to Surviving Wives and Children Beneficiaries of Muslims" continue reading : BR 17-10-42: Revised Guidelines on the Grant of EC Death Benefits to Surviving Wives and Children Beneficiaries of Muslims, Amending for this Purpose BR No. 14-07-34

Board Resolution No. 18-06-26: Prescribing the Guidelines on Increasing the Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Benefits in the Private Sector as Provided in Section 7 of Executive Order (E.O.) No. 54 (“Increasing Employee’s Compensation Benefits in the Private Sector and Carer’s Allowance in the Public Sector”)

PRESCRIBING THE GUIDELINES ON INCREASING THE TEMPORARY TOTAL DISABILITY (TTD) BENEFITS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 7 OF EXECUTIVE ORDER (E.O.) NO. 54 ("INCREASING EMPLOYEE'S COMPENSATION BENEFITS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND CARER'S ALLOWANCE IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR")    WHEREAS, on May 8, 2018, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte signed Executive Order (E.O.) continue reading : Board Resolution No. 18-06-26: Prescribing the Guidelines on Increasing the Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Benefits in the Private Sector as Provided in Section 7 of Executive Order (E.O.) No. 54 (“Increasing Employee’s Compensation Benefits in the Private Sector and Carer’s Allowance in the Public Sector”)

Board Resolution No. 18-06-25: Prescribing the Guidelines on Increasing the Carer’s Allowance in the Private and Public Sector as Provided in Section 4 of Executive Order (E.O.) No. 54 (“Increasing Employee’s Compensation Benefits in the Private Sector and Carer’s Allowance in the Public Sector”)

PRESCRIBING THE GUIDELINES ON INCREASING THE CARER'S ALLOWANCE IN THE PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 4 OF EXECUTIVE ORDER (E.O.) NO. 54 (“INCREASING EMPLOYEE'S COMPENSATION BENEFITS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND CARER'S ALLOWANCE IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR”)   WHEREAS, on May 8, 2018, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte issued Executive Order (E.O.) No. continue reading : Board Resolution No. 18-06-25: Prescribing the Guidelines on Increasing the Carer’s Allowance in the Private and Public Sector as Provided in Section 4 of Executive Order (E.O.) No. 54 (“Increasing Employee’s Compensation Benefits in the Private Sector and Carer’s Allowance in the Public Sector”)

Board Resolution No. 18-06-24: Implementing Guidelines in the Retroactive Application of Increase in Monthly EC Pension to all Permanent Partial and Total Disability Pensioners and Death Benefit Pensioners in the Private Sector effective January 2017 as provided under Section 1 of Executive Order (EO) No. 54

IMPLEMENTING GUIDELINES IN THE RETROACTIVE APPLICATION OF INCREASE IN MONTHLY EC PENSION TO ALL PERMANENT PARTIAL AND TOTAL DISABILITY PENSIONERS AND DEATH BENEFIT PENSIONERS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2017 AS PROVIDED UNDER SECTION 1 OF EXECUTIVE ORDER (EO) NO. 54   WHEREAS, on May 8, 2018, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte  issued Executive Order continue reading : Board Resolution No. 18-06-24: Implementing Guidelines in the Retroactive Application of Increase in Monthly EC Pension to all Permanent Partial and Total Disability Pensioners and Death Benefit Pensioners in the Private Sector effective January 2017 as provided under Section 1 of Executive Order (EO) No. 54

Board Resolution No. 18-04-15: Approving the Retroactive Payment of Suspended EC Death Benefits in the Public Sector from April 2006 to July 2012

APPROVING THE RETROACTIVE PAYMENT OF SUSPENDED EC DEATH BENEFITS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR FROM APRIL 2006 TO JULY 2012   WHEREAS, on July 27, 2012, this Commission approved the issuance of Board Resolution (BR) No. 12-07-16 on "Policy on Lifting the Suspension of EC Death Benefits in the Public Sector Beyond the Five-Year Guaranteed Period' continue reading : Board Resolution No. 18-04-15: Approving the Retroactive Payment of Suspended EC Death Benefits in the Public Sector from April 2006 to July 2012

Board Resolution No. 18-01-01: Directing SSS to Facilitate the Processing of Employees’ Compensation Benefits of Victims in the NCCC Mall Fire Incident in Davao City

DIRECTING SSS TO FACILITATE THE PROCESSING OF EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION BENEFITS OF VICTIMS IN THE NCCC MALL FIRE INCIDENT IN DAVAO CITY   WHEREAS, the primary purpose of P.D. No. 626, as amended, is to provide meaningful protection to the ordinary workers and/or their families against the perils or hazards of disability or death due to continue reading : Board Resolution No. 18-01-01: Directing SSS to Facilitate the Processing of Employees’ Compensation Benefits of Victims in the NCCC Mall Fire Incident in Davao City

Board Resolution No. 15-05-22: Approving the Increase of EC Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Benefit for the Private Sector from a Minimum Daily Income Benefit of Php 10.00 to 110.00 and from a Maximum Daily Income Benefit of Php 200.00 to an Amount Computed Based on the Highest Possible Total Monthly Salary Credit as per SSS Law or Php 480.00

Approving the Increase of EC Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Benefit for the Private Sector from a Minimum Daily Income Benefit of Php 10.00 to 110.00 and from a Maximum Daily Income Benefit of Php 200.00 to an Amount Computed Based on the Highest Possible Total Monthly Salary Credit as per SSS Law or Php 480.00 continue reading : Board Resolution No. 15-05-22: Approving the Increase of EC Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Benefit for the Private Sector from a Minimum Daily Income Benefit of Php 10.00 to 110.00 and from a Maximum Daily Income Benefit of Php 200.00 to an Amount Computed Based on the Highest Possible Total Monthly Salary Credit as per SSS Law or Php 480.00

Board Resolution No. 18-02-03: Increasing The Amount of Carer’s Allowance In The Public Sector

INCREASING THE AMOUNT OF CARER'S ALLOWANCE IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR WHEREAS, Art. 183 (formerly 177), paragraph (e) of P.D. No. 626, as amended, partly reads: "Art 183 (formerly 177) (e) ... the Commission may upgrade benefits and add new ones subject to the approval of the President; and Provided, Further, That the actuarial stability of continue reading : Board Resolution No. 18-02-03: Increasing The Amount of Carer’s Allowance In The Public Sector