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Leave Passages


Leave passage benefits are normally provided to directorate officers in the form of a Leave Passage Allowance. Details of the leave passage benefits for civil servants provided before and after the introduction of the new fringe benefits package on 1 June 2000 are summarised below:

(a) For those offered appointment to the civil service on or after 1 June 2000 -

Category of staff

Rates
(with effect from 1 April 2017)

Remarks

On or above Point 7 of the Directorate Pay Scale

$70,310

Eligible officers receive a non-accountable allowance at the end of each 12-month period. The allowance is granted only to the officers themselves, and not to their family members.

On Points 4 to 6 of the Directorate Pay Scale

$37,050

On Points 1 to 3 of the Directorate Pay Scale

$18,525


(b)For those offered appointment to the civil service before 1 June 2000, the most common leave passage benefit terms are as follows -

Category of staff

Rates
(with effect from 1 April 2017)

Remarks

On or above Point 7 of the Directorate Pay Scale

$70,310

A fully accountable allowance is granted to officers on or above Point 4 of the Directorate Pay Scale in each 12-month period and those on Points 1 to 3 in each 24-month period. The officer’s spouse and dependent children are also eligible for the allowance, subject to a total amount of allowance not exceeding that for five adults.

On Points 1 to 6 of the Directorate Pay Scale

$37,050


(When dollars are quoted in this homepage, they are Hong Kong dollars.
About HK$7.8 = US$1.)


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