ANGELES CITY, May 12 (PIA) -- Civil Service Commission (CSC) conferred the Bronze Award under its Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM) to the city government of Angeles.
During the online awarding, Executive Assistant IV Reina Manuel, who received the award in behalf of the city government, said this is a recognition of the city's effort to further enhance the delivery of service to Angelenos.
"On behalf of the city government, I would like to thank CSC for extending their full support to the local government in its goal of providing a high standard of service to its constituents - one that they truly deserve," Manuel said.
For her part, Angeles City Human Resources Management Officer Rowena Yambao said the Bronze Award means that the city reached Level II based on the maturity indicators of the four core HRM systems set by CSC including recruitment, selection and placement; performance management; learning and development; and rewards and recognition.
"This means our HRM processes are guided by a set of defined and documented standard operating procedures responsive to the agency's unique needs, and automation is being used to a certain extent," Yambao furthered.
With this award, Angeles City is granted privileges such as exclusive membership to community of learners who shall have access to digital learning resources and other developmental opportunities subject to the guidelines to be issued by the Commission.
This also gives the city government 20 percent discount for the HRMO or agency representative on trainings/conferences conducted by the Civil Service Institute; nomination to CSC's Certification Program for HRMOs subject to the guidelines to be issued by the Commission; and endorsement or recommendation for scholarship grant offered by other institutions.
Further, this award gives Angeles City the authority to approve appointments, subject to post audit; and to post announcements of its programs projects through the CSC website; as well as other benefits that the Commission may approve in the future. (CLJD/MJSC-PIA 3)