To motivate employees to be punctual in reporting to duty, DILG-10 recognizes its Most Punctual Employees for the period January-June 2018.
The following awardees incurred no tardiness during the 1st semester:
Marydhel C. Daelo (LGOO II)
Maria Antonieta A. Porol (LGOO V)
Maria Cecilia C. Teves (LGOO II)
Maria Ana C. Casiño (Supervising Administrative Officer concurrent Chief, HRMS)
Leo G. Deloy (Administrative Aide I)
Gracia S. Waban (Administrative Officer V)
Roda A. Ubas (Administrative Assistant III)
This recognition is a part of the Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM), a mechanism that empowers government agencies by developing their human resource management competencies, systems, and practices toward HR excellence.
One of the benefits of being punctual in the office is they will earn accumulated leave credits. This will be given to the employee in a form of a monetary value on the day when they retire or may be used in monetization of leave credits in emergency cases since it requires to have at least twenty (20) days total accumulated leave credit balance in order to avail a 10-day monetization.