Friday, August 29, 2014

La Carlota Division Bids to CSC Meritocracy

by Gil Camporazo

The small Division of La Carlota has submitted herself for Civil Service Commission (CSC) accreditation under the Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM) recently.

CSC Field Personnel Ramon Refugio, Jr. and Lucrecia Garces conducted the 2-day evaluation. Twenty-three school heads, 40 master teachers, and several non-teaching personnel were interviewed based on four sections of PRIME-HRM core areas.

PRIME-HRM looks into the assessment on human resource management practices and capabilities of agencies, service for best practices in the human resource management, promotion for exchange and development of expertise in the area of HRM between and among government agencies, empowerment of agencies, and promotion and reward for excellence on HRM practices, according to CSC Memorandum Circular No. 3, s, 2013, dated February 16, 2014.

PRIME-HRM Recognition

After evaluation, the CSC will give appropriate recognition to motivate agencies to aspire for excellence.

Here are the recognition may be conferred on agencies meeting the standards according to CSC:

1. Level I (Regulated) - Accredited Status: the agencies have  not fully complied with the requirements for Level II. They are subject to regular monitoring/assista. ce by the CSC.

2. Level II (Accredited) for the agencies that have satisfactorily implementing CSC HRM programs. Authority to take final action on appointments are granted to agencies.

3. Level III (Deregulated) for agencies that have consistently complied with Level II Accredited status with remarkable development in HRM program. Authority to take final action on appointments and to implement HR programs witout the need for prior approval by the CSC.

4. Center for Excellence in HRM for the agencies with best practices in some or all HRM areas, subject to the recommendation of a Certifying Board.

5. Seal of Excellence in HRM for the agencies with the highest recognition conferred by Center for Excellence or they have played pivotal role in the development/innovation of three of more HR areas.

Actual Proceedings

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISION (CSC) PERSONNEL AUDIT on the good practices of La Carlota DepEd. CSC field personnel Ramon Refugio, Jr. and Lucrecia Garces started interviewing the school heads in the morning session, while in the afternoon was attended by some selected master teachers both in elementary and secondary schools.

As the questions raised, the respondents shared experiences on the four sections of PRIME HRM core areas such as recruitment, performance management, HRD (learning and development), and rewards and recognition.

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