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Degamo extends Job Order employees

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They can all heave a sign of relief–for now.

Contracts of some 550 Job Order employees hired under the administration of Gov. Agustin Perdices have been extended by Gov. Roel Degamo until Jan. 31st.

Job Order employees are temporary workers who are usually hired on two-month contracts. The contracts of these were supposed to expire Dec. 31st last year.

Each new governor or mayor is expected to bring in his own workers through the Job Order system.

So far, Degamo has appointed two key people at the Capitol–Provincial Administrator-designate Arnel Francisco, and Provincial Attorney Richard Enojo.

Degamo is expected to appoint more key people and consultants in the coming weeks.

In a telephone interview, Degamo said he is attending to the volumes of paperwork that await his signature.

“There are about 1,600 notices of salary adjustment that I have to sign. I have finished signing one-fourth of those notices, and the task itself could be a big tiring,” he said.

Degamo said that while he is new to his job, he has familiarized himself with the work flow at the Capitol over the last few years.

“I have actually found some money at the Capitol amounting to P30 million that we will use for tourism infrastructure,” he said.

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