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You can actually opt to have your SIM card replaced with the same number. You can go to your nearest Globe store to have it replaced.
In terms of having a different number linked to your GCash PowerPay, I think tjofgcash can help us out with your inquiry.
Hi blaze2095! I'm sorry that you lost your TM SIM, and to think that it's the one connected to your PowerPay Plus account! Hope you're okay! Anyway, I suggest informing your company's payroll department that you've lost the SIM connected to your PowerPay Plus as soon as possible.
Now, you can: 1) link another number to that account via a Globe store if you're sure that your previous SIM was lost/not stolen (since you still have your PowerPay Plus card), or 2) you can tell your payroll department to create another account for you, stop payment to your previous account, and start depositing to your new account. Either way, be sure to change your MPIN to be safe!
Thanks for the tag iggy!