The Schools Division of Kalinga receives a Certificate of Recognition for meeting Maturity Level II Indicators for Human Resource System and Human Resource Management Office Competencies in its recruitment, selection and placement system.
The award was bestowed as a result of its determination and invaluable efforts to promote excellence in its agency for efficient and effective delivery of public service.
The recognition received by the office is attributed to the concerted efforts of all the PRIME-HRM Team players, the Civil Service Commission -CAR, Kalinga CSC field Office and SDO Kalinga personnel from the Office of the SDS to the Rank and File, reinforced by the strict compliance and adherence to both DepEd Policies and Civil Service Commission and the religious practice of the system.
The Civil Service Commission Chairperson Alicia Dela Rosa-Bala assisted by the CSC CAR DIRECTOR MARILYN TALDO and Kalinga CSC Field Office Director RUBEN WACAS handed the award to AMADOR D. GARCIA SR., the Schools Division Superintendent of SDO Kalinga together with the Administrative Officer V, HRMO, Accountant, Project Development Officer and other personnel who represented the Office in receiving the recognition. The awarding was done during the 18th Regional Conference of Human Resource Management Practitioners in the Cordillera Administrative Region with a theme “Reinforcing Public Service Values for a Dynamic Organization” held at the Country Club, Baguio City on December4-5, 2019.
The participants of the just concluded 18th Regional Conference of Human Resource Management Practitioners in the Cordillera Administrative Region were CHRMPs from the 153 National Line Agencies and Local Government Agencies in CAR and SDO-Kalinga is one among the eight PRIME-HRM awardees.
PRIME-HRM is a mechanism designed to help elevate public sector human resource management to a level of excellence through a process of assessment, assistance and awarding of HRM systems, practices and competencies using HRM maturity level indicators that meet global standards. It is all about connecting and collaborating with one another to make the program successful. It aims to empower agencies in the performance of human resource management functions. /Cherry Ann Layugan, AOIV/HRMO