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CSF Salutes Outstanding Employees [ Monday, 29th of September 2014 | 3 years ago ]


The City Government here has recognized the dedicated service rendered by its employees and officials by giving awards during the culmination of the civil service month held Monday at the City Hall.

Through its Programs on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence (PRAISE), the City Human Resource Management Office (CHRMO) identified 8 employees and 12 offices that rendered exemplary service to the city government and for the Fernandinos.

The awardees are divided into 7 categories and received cash prizes. This includes Vice Mayor Jimmy Lazatin who was given a special citation award for being named as one of the outstanding legislator recently. Also cited for individual category is Ms. Donalene Megino for joining the ranks of the top 10 agriculturist 2014. They both received P3,000.

For the group category, the LGU Internal Monitoring Team headed by Ms. Sharlene Bundalian received a total of P16,000 for being an instrument for the city government to earn the 3rd place in the 2013 Top 10 Most Competitive Cities in the Philippines, 2013 Most Successful LGU in the Institutionalization of Reforms, and 2013 Best LGU Customer Relations.

The San Fernando Rescue Team received P10,000 for bagging the Gawad Kalasag for year 2013-2014 and 11th place in Central Luzon First Aid Rescue Olympics.

The City Choir was given P8,000 for making it as 3rd runner up in Civil Service National Choral Competition.

Mr. Carlito Ong, a worker under City General Service Office, received the lifetime service award and the amount of P20,000.

The city government also gave recognitions to those employees who pursue their studies in masteral programs. Receiving P5,000 each are Rachelle Yusi, Human Resource Officer, Cristina Sangumay of CAVO, Aileen Villanueva of CSWD, and Engr. Erwin Quimabao of CEO-LBOD.

The most punctual award was given to Alex Soto of the City Administrator Office for acquiring no late and only three absences for one year.

Meanwhile, the City Schools Division get P30,000 for besting the City Environment and Natural Resources Office, Administrator Office, and CHRMO (received P5,000 each) in the Best Balance Scorecard Practitioner Category.

The CAVO agriculture division was named as the Best Group and received P25,000 surpassing the SAFRU, Mega Force, Sagip Ilog, and Composting team.

Mayor Edwin D. Santiago, in his speech, said that the city’s workforce is behind in the success of the LGU hence it is his job to recognized the effort of the employees by setting direction to increase the efficiency and capabilities of the human resource.

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