- The Civil Service Commission has caught three government employees playing online games during work hours
- The Commissioner of CSC conducted a random spot check in Naval, Biliran
- This was days after the Mayor of Biliran said that there were employees playing online games in their municipal office during work hours
The Civil Service Commission (CSC) caught three government employees in the municipal office of Naval, Biliran, playing online games such as Mobile Legends and PlayerUnkown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) during their shift.
KAMI learned that in a report by the Inquirer, the CSC released a statement saying that Commissioner Aileen Lizada conducted a surprise inspection at the municipal office last March 12. Lizada also warned that they will be conducting random spot checks on all government agencies nationwide.
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However, the CSC did not disclose any information about the three employees and the sanctions given to them with regard to their violation.
According to the report by the Philippine Information Agency (author Ma. Alaine P. Allanigue), the CSC has reiterated that playing online games during work hours is strictly prohibited. They also added that committing such violation can lead to dismissal or suspension.
KAMI reported before that Mayor Gerard Roger Espina of Naval, Biliran has sent out a memo to his employees that went viral online. According to the memo, the mayor will be terminating his employees who will be found guilty of playing online games during their shift.
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