Manila – The Institute for Labor Studies received its Bronze Award PRIME-HRM (Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management) plaque of recognition from the Civil Service Commission for having met the Level 2-Maturity indicators in all of the four (4) core HRM systems under CSC resolution 2000115 dated January 21, 2020.
The recognition is a result of the onsite assessment conducted by the CSC last September 12-13,16-18, 2019. The results of the assessment by the CSC-NCR showed that the ILS has met the PRIME-HRM level 2- Maturity Indicators in the Systems, Practices and Competencies of the following four (4) core HRM Systems: Recruitment, Selection and Placement; Performance Management; Learning and Development; and Rewards and Recognition. It also found the Institute to be continuously compliant with Civil Service rules in terms of the implementation of other HR programs and the maintenance of HR records.
The plaque of recognition was received last February 19 by ILS Executive Director Ahmma Charisma Lobrin-Satumba joined by Acting Deputy Executive Director Patrick Patriwirawan, Jr., Finance and Admin Division (FAD) Chief Camilo Franco S. Cabusas, HRMO II Caryl Jannie C. Lazo, and HR Assistant Arvin Jae A. Sanchez.
The ILS joins 22 other government agencies awardees in the National Capital Region during the virtual awarding ceremony set for March 02, 2021.