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HRMO consults with non-teaching personnel, initiates employees' wellness check

The Human Resource Management Office (HRMO) of the Laguna State Polytechnic University-Los Baños Campus (LSPU-LBC) initiated an “Employees’ Wellness Check” through a consultation with non-teaching personnel at the LSPU-LBC Board Room, April 24

Atty. Rushid Jay S. Sancon, LSPU-LBC Campus Director, recognized the need for an inclusive workplace. 

“We often hear concerns of the students and faculty but we also need to hear and talk about the issues of non-teaching personnel,” Atty. Sancon emphasized.  

The consultation served as a platform for non-teaching personnel to voice their concerns and suggestions. It facilitated discussions on how the management could better support its employees and enhance the work environment to ensure effective and efficient delivery of service to the public.

Dr. Imee Priscilla P. Sanchez, Head of HRMO, underscored the importance of workplace etiquette in fostering a positive and productive atmosphere. She cited Section 1 Article XI of the 1987 Constitution, highlighting the principle that “public office is a public trust,” demanding accountability, responsibility, integrity, loyalty, and efficiency from all government employees.

Meanwhile, Atty. Sancon commended the campus as the majority of the personnel acquired a “very satisfactory” rating in the recently conducted peer and student evaluation. He urged them to maintain professionalism in dealing with colleagues and students and strive for excellence to surpass satisfactory ratings. He also encouraged employees facing challenges to reach out and seek support. 

“To improve our services, let’s create a safe space for everyone,” Atty. Sancon said. 

During the meeting, Ms. Eden Joy L. Eugenio, Administrative Aide IV, explored the integration of Filipino values such as bayanihan, malasakit, the centrality of family, and patriotism, among others into the workplace culture.

Further, concerns on school facilities, efficient document routing, and employees’ loans were covered during the meeting. In response, Atty. Sancon assured the employees that concerns would be raised in the coming administrative council committee meeting. Additionally, preparations for the upcoming student graduation and enrollment were discussed, highlighting the university's commitment to providing quality education and services.###