CSC recognizes ISAT U’s PRIME-HRM compliance

CSC RO 6 Regional Director Rodolfo B. Encajonado congratulates ISAT U President Dr. Raul F. Muyong and Human Resource Management Officer Mr. Bonnie S. Arenal while CSC Iloilo City Field Office Director John Esar T. David and CSC Director III Atty. Alexis S. Palomar-Tabino look on.

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) Regional Office VI awarded a certificate of recognition to Iloilo Science and Technology University (ISAT U) for passing the on-site accreditation for Maturity Level II of the Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in the Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM) during the awarding ceremony at Casa Real, Iloilo Provincial Capitol on March 4, 2019.

Among the 23 awardees in the region, ISAT U is one of three from the Province of Iloilo and the only state university given the recognition.

Dr. Raul F. Muyong and ISAT U staff pose with CSC executives. From left, ISAT U administrative staff Mr. John P. Mandario, CSC Iloilo Field Office Director John Esar T. David, CSC Regional Director Rodolfo B. Encajonado, ISAT U President Dr. Raul F. Muyong, HRM Officer Mr. Bonnie S. Arenal, HRMO staff Ms Arvic Dolendo,  and ISAT U Public Information Officer Prof. Heinz Gumaguil.

The University met the Human Resource (HR) maturity level 2 indicators in four (4) core HR Systems particularly Recruitment, Selection and Placement (RSD), Learning and Development (L&D), Performance Management (PM), and Rewards and Recognition (R&R) in the Enhanced PRIME-HRM using three lenses namely : Systems, Practices and Competencies. The on—site assessment was conducted by Mr. Ramon P. Refugio, Jr. and Mr. Megel G. Tembrevilla, of the Policies and Systems Evaluation Division of the CSC Regional Office VI on October 10-12, 2018.

Under the systems lenses, the assessors looked into the ISAT U’s documentation, such as files that support the HRM system policies, and procedures. In the practices lenses , the assessors conducts interviews with the HRM Officer and the key university officials to find out their level of understanding and engagement in the four core areas while under the competencies lens, the assessor determines the capabilities of the HRM Office using the proficiency level indicators.