Dr. Cornelia Padinay, (right photo) Director of the Civil Service Commission (CSC)-Benguet Field Office served as the resource speaker of the PRIME-HRM orientation for BSU employees on March 14, 2017 at the Landbank Building.
Anchored on enhancing their performance as public servants, several personnel of Benguet State University (BSU) were oriented on the new indicators of quality service known as the PRIME-HRM. Said activity was organized by the Human Resource Development Office at the Landbank Building on March 14, 2017.
This is the first of the series of orientations to be given to all employees of the university.
Dr. Cornelia Padinay, Director of the Civil Service Commission (CSC)-Benguet Field Office served as the resource speaker. As such, she introduced the PRIME-HRM, 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. She said that this is the third assessment tool commissioned by the CSC to monitor the performance of employees and lay a ground for developing best practices in the HRM.
“You are the most important resource of the agency because you are the ones who move the resources and make things happen,” enthused Padinay, furthering that there is the need for the CSC and the BSU-HRM to discuss and deliberate about the policies being provided by the former and come up with a consensus on their implementation
An assessment program through the Individual Learning and Development Plan (ILDP) will be created by the trained personnel.
The said event is also an avenue geared towards relegating the status of the HRM Unit to Level II. Accordingly, BSU-HRM has already passed the set standards for the Level I accreditation and that there are only certain indications it has to meet to maintain Level II. This is akin to the newly-institutionalized vision of BSU.//Daniel Jason M. Maches, BSU Devcom Intern