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3 years 5 months ago #4619 by Armie Babalcon
Armie Babalcon replied the topic: nepotism
Hello po what if sister in law ng appointee yun oic ng division nila but the appointee is under the supervision of other person and the sister in law will inhibit sa promotion process the bureau director is the recommending authority. Pede po ba yun?

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3 years 5 months ago #8002 by Action Officer 18
Action Officer 18 replied the topic: nepotism
Pertinent to your query is the rule on nepotism under the Administrative Code of 1987 which prohibits appointments in the national government made in favor of relatives within the third (3rd) degree of consanguinity or affinity of either the appointing authority, recommending authority, chief of bureau or office, or persons exercising immediate supervision over the appointee. Exempted from this rule are persons employed in a confidential capacity, teachers, physicians, and members of the Armed Forces.

In the case of local governments, however, the Local Government Code of 1991 says that nepotism exists when an appointment is made within the fourth (4th) degree of consanguinity or affinity of the appointing or recommending authority. Moreover, the nepotism rule covers all kinds of appointments whether original, promotional, transfer and reemployment regardless of status including casuals and contractuals except consultants.

We hope that you will be guided accordingly.

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