The DENR CENRO Boracay Island has a new officer in charge.
DENR Regional Executive Director Adeluisa G. Siapno, through DENR Regional Special Order No. 2013-270 dated July 16, 2013, has designated Atty. Elizur G. Militar to momentarily take the place of incumbent CENRO Boracay Island officer-in-charge Mirza Samillano.
Samillano is taking a leave of absence for “health reasons.”
The Order read: “In the interest of the service and to avoid any disruption in the operations of the CENRO Boracay Island…Atty. Elizur G. Militar, Project Evaluation Officer II, DENR Region 6, Iloilo City is hereby designated as Officer-in-Charge of CENRO Boracay Island, Malay Aklan.”
Militar is reporting to office today, July 22.
DENR 6' new entrants undergo orientation
The new batch of DENR 6 regular employees recently underwent an intensive Orientation at the Activity Center. The new entrants were acquainted on the DENR’s historical background, priority programs, scholarship programs, administrative policies and procedures.
Three other government agencies namely, the GSIS, PAG-IBIG Fund and PhilHealth have sent their respective representative to deliver a lecture. The new regular employees were thus informed of the various financial benefits they are now entitled to. Other topics discussed include: RA 6713 and the DENR Code of Conduct, Financial Matters, Employees’ Union, the DENR Employees Cooperative (DEMCO) and the DENR Employees’ Welfare Association (DEWA).
“It is imperative that we acquaint and impress upon the minds of our new regular employees the basics of being in government service. As public servants, we want them to be proud of being part of the DENR family. I know some of them have spent many years as contractuals or casuals thus, they truly deserve being hired as regular employees,” notes Jim O Sampulna, DENR 6 Regional Director.
The DENR Rationalization Plan helped to put into place hundreds of employees who now become part of the regular working force of the Department. RatPlan aims to improve government performance by instituting reforms that would transform the bureaucracy into an efficient and results-oriented structure.
The activity was a joint effort of the Human Resource Development Section and the Administrative Division.
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