CEBU CITY, Philippines — Non-regular employees of Minglanilla City Hall are encouraged to reapply before their contract ends on June 30.
Outgoing Minglanilla Mayor Elanito Peña issued a memorandum to all Labor Order (JO) workers, casual and coterminal, telling them to reapply for their respective positions if they want to continue working for local government.
The note was dated June 7, 2022.
“Tanan gusto mo trabaho isip job order, casual ug co-terminus nga empleyado kinahanglan mo apply ug mo file sa ilang application aron pilian ug masuta kung kinsay angayan dawaton nga mo trabaho in New Administration,” the local government announced on social media. .
Based on the memo, JO, casual, and co-terminal employees will be required to undergo an assessment upon re-application.
“Candidates who possess high moral values and unquestionable loyalty will be given preference,” he said.
Peña, in his memo, also pointed out that they might not accept recommendations.
“Co-terminous will be reissued new appointments. Please note that in the absence of appointments or work order documents, you must refrain from showing up on July 1, 2022,” the memo added.
Peña is expected to be replaced by elected Minglanilla mayor and incumbent councilor Rajiv Enad, who happens to be his running mate in the recent May 9 election.
Peña will be the city’s new vice-mayor.
Minglanilla is a first-class municipality located about 19 kilometers south of Cebu City.
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