Thursday, October 2, 2014
San Fernando cites outstanding officials, employees
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga-Local government of San Fernando extoled, on the occasion of the celebration of Civil Service Month, officials and employees that have brought honor to the city.
“The city’s workforce is behind the success of the local government unit (LGU). Hence, we recognize the effort of the employees by setting direction to increase the efficiency and capabilities of the human resource,” Mayor Edwin Santiago said.
Individuals who received plaques and P3,000 cash incentive included Vice Mayor Jimmy Lazatin who was named as one of the Outstanding Legislators in the country and Donalene Megino for being among the Top 10 Agriculturists for 2014.
The LGU Monitoring Team which is headed by Sharlene Bundalian received P16,000 for being an instrument for San Fernando to place 3rd among the 2013 Top 10 Most Competitive Cities of the Philippines, 2013 Most Successful LGU in the Institutionalization of Reforms, and 2013 Best LGU Customer Relations.
San Fernando Rescue Team, on the other hand, got P10,000 for its podium finish in the recent Central Luzon First Aid Rescue Olympics.
Moreover, the City Choir got P8,000 for placing 3rd runner up in the Civil Service National Choral Competition while Carlito Ong of the General Services Office was bestowed with the Lifetime Service Award and P20,000.
Four employees each received P5,000 for being able to finish their masters.
They are Rachelle Yusi of the Human Resource Management Office, Cristina Sangumay from the Agriculture and Veterinary Office, Aileen Villanueva from Social Welfare and Development Office, and Erwin Quiambao from the Local Building Official Division of the City Engineer’s Office.
Alex Soto for the City Administrator’s Office bagged the Most Punctual Award for acquiring no late and only three absences for one year while the City Schools Division got P30,000 topping the Best Balance Scorecard Practitioner Category and the Agriculture Division of the Agriculture and Veterinary Office was named Best Group and was conferred with a P25,000 incentive. (Rosa Bianca R. Pamintuan)
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