The Commission on Filipinos Overseas continues to shine beyond miles this time in the field of Human Resource Management as it officially received the PRIME-HRM Bronze Award from the Civil Service Commission (CSC) during the nationwide Public Sector HR Symposium held at PICC, Pasay City on 24 July 2019. On behalf of the CFO, the plaque of recognition was handed over to Usec. Astravel P. Naik by CSC Chairperson Alicia Dela Rosa-Bala and other high ranking CSC officials.
CSC Resolution 1801393 dated 04 December 2018 confirmed that CFO maintained its Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management or the “(PRIME-HRM) Level 2 – Maturity Indicators in the Systems, Practices and Competencies of the four (4) core HRM systems, namely, (a) Recruitment, Selection and Placement, (b) Performance Management, (c) Learning and Development, and (d) Rewards and Recognition.”
“To all the dedicated men and women of CFO headed by our Secretary Justice Nick Acosta, Congratulations! Indeed, all the hard work we did in 2018 has finally rewarded us with such recognitions from different institutions and agencies. I give my salute to the team that made everything possible!” said Usec. Astravel Pimentel-Naik.
The CFO is among the awardees from a total of 106 government agencies in the Philippines in this year’s PRIME-HRM. As a PRIME-HRM Bronze Awardee, the CFO shall maintain the status under Level 2 and continue to improve on its HRM systems to qualify for Maturity Level 3; comply with the 2017 Omnibus Rules on Appointments and other Human Resource Actions and other Civil Service laws and rules in the issuance of appointments and implementation of other HR actions; and partner with CSC in providing assistance to other agencies in the development or improvement of HRM systems.
The CSC PRIME-HRM Bronze Award is both a reward and a reminder of our commitment to sustain excellence especially for the welfare of the dedicated men and women of the CFO.