Makati job office honored by DOLE


The Makati Public Employment Office (Makati-PESO) was conferred awards and recognitions by the Department of Labor and Employment-National Capital Region (DOLE-NCR) for its accomplishments in 2014 during an awarding ceremony held last December.

In a report to Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin Binay, city personnel officer and
Makati-PESO manager Vissia Marie Aldon said Makati-PESO dominated Bracket 2, which was composed of local government units (LGUs) having a population of 400,001 to 600,000. Also included in Bracket 2 were the cities of Marikina, Muntinlupa, Las Piñas, Valenzuela and Parañaque.

“Makati-PESO got four out of eight awards for DOLE core programs. These are: “Best PESO in Career and Employment Coaching” reaching the highest number of participants as compared to the five other LGU-PESOs under the same bracket; “Best Peso for Highest SPES Placement” after placing the highest number of students in the SPES program vis-à-vis its target; “Best PESO in the Skills-Registry System” for encoding the highest number of registrants; and “Best PESO in Phil-jobnet Registration” after posting and registering the highest number of job vacancies and establishments,” she added.

Aldon, also president of PESO Association of Metro Manila (PAMM) and PESO Managers’ Association of the Philippines (PESOMAP), was at the same time awarded with an “Active Involvement Award” for exhibiting a positive outlook by bringing the best of the organization she represents, interacting in a positive and responsive manner, displaying high levels of energy and commitment and showing extraordinary support to DOLE-NCR and PAMM.

She received the award together with other PESO Managers: Norman Mirabel, Taguig City; Gil Munar, Marikina City; Flourescelle Austria, Malabon City; and Genesis Sanoy, Navotas City.

Learning of the awards, Mayor Binay congratulated all the officers and staff of the Makati-PESO as he reiterated his continued support to the office in helping the city address its labor and employment concerns.

Meanwhile, Aldon urged her staff to start preparing for next year’s competition for the search for the “Best PESO” in the regional category that is being held by the Quezon City PESO for several years now.

The Labor department, through its regional offices, annually gives recognition to PESOs nationwide that top implementation of the department’s various programs in their respective LGUs; motivate all PESOs to do their best to achieve the highest possible targets in the coming years; and show appreciation and merit for the PESO’s contributions that lead to attainment of the DOLE-NCR’s commitment to the overall objective of the national government.


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