CIRCULAR NO. 10-99
OF THE TRIAL COURTS
In order to enhance
and heighten the dignity and prestige of the personnel of the Judiciary
and to set them apart from the personnel of other government agencies
bodies, the Court hereby prescribes an office uniform for all male and
female employees of the trial courts.cralaw
employees will be entitled to two (2) sets for every color of uniform
be worn from Monday to Thursday.cralaw
For MALE Employees:chanroblesvirtuallawlibrary
MONDAYS/WEDNESDAYS.. Blue pants/light barong
TUESDAYS/THURSDAY...Brown pants/white barong
MONDAYS/WEDNESDAYS.. Blue blouse/skirt or pants
TUESDAYS/THURSDAY...Khaki blouse/skirt or pants
will be WASHDAY.
Employees are expected to wear smart casual during these days.cralaw
have a separate design for each color. Male employees with positions
to Salary Grade 24 and above will wear Barong Tagalog while those with
positions belonging to Salary Grade 23 and below will wear Polo Barong.
In the National Capital
Region, Rizal's Tailoring will tailor the uniform for male employees
the seamstress for female employees will be the Executive Chic for the
navy blue set and La Belle Garments for the khaki set. Measurements
be taken by the representatives of the tailor and the couturiers
for the purpose who will go around the different courts in the Region
In the provinces,
each employee will be given clothing allowance to help them defray the
cost of uniform materials. The specific designs for the uniforms and
checks for the clothing allowance will be sent to the trial courts by
Financial Management Office, Office of the Court Administrator.cralaw
In the meantime that
the wearing of the uniform as prescribed above has not yet been fully
employees may continue to wear their present uniforms. On days were
are not prescribed, employees may wear any civilian attire, strictly
the Dress Code for all government officials under Civil Service
Circulars Nos. 14 and 25, m s. 1991, pertinent provisions of which
CSC MC No. 14, s.
be dressed appropriately, preferably business cloths but not party
Picnic clothes, sandos nor t-shirts should not be worn at work.
"3. The use
seductive, mico-mini and gauzy/transparent dresses by female employees
shall be prohibited.cralaw
pedal pushers, leggings, tights, jogging and maong pants shall likewise
"5. The use
much costume jewelry, flashy bangles and similar accessories shall
be prohibited. Conversely, ostentatious display of expensive jewelry is
strong discouraged and prohibited except for special occasions and
slippers, sandals, bakya, etc. in office premises is banned. Only
footwear shall be allowed."
CSC MS No. 25,
of "maong" pants among male employees is allowed provided that
same is worn with collared T-shirts.
female office workers are not allowed to wear "maong".
wearing of which is prohibited in the Circular, refer to non-collared
Simply stated, collared T-shirts are allowed for both male and female
Wearing of the
uniform shall be effective 03 January 2000.
with the requirements is hereby enjoined.
G. DAVIDE, JR.