City govt officials, workers to get one month PMI
WHEN it rains it pours!
Aside from receiving Christmas bonus, city government workers will have another financial windfall.
The City Council headed by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin V. Uy on Monday approved Supplemental Budget No. 5 and 2 of the General Fund and Special Account: Local Economic Enterprises, respectively for 2017 for the payment of Personnel Motivation Incentive (PMI) equivalent to one month basic salary rate salary of all officials and employees of the city government.
The incentive is pursuant to the provisions of Rule X of the Omnibus Rules implementing Book V of Executive Order 292 and Civil Service Commission (CSC) Memorandum Circular No. 01 S., 2001 as revised under CSC Resolution No. 010112 dated January 10, 2011.
It will be implemented by virtue of Executive Order No. 129-15 of Mayor Oscar S. Moreno.
The grant of the PMI was highly recommended by the Performance Management Team (PMT) and Program on Awards and Incentive for Service Excellence (PRAISE) Committee in consideration of the overall performance of the city government.
It may be recalled that Cagayan de Oro received several commendations and awards these past two years.
The city was adjudged as one of the Top 10 Next Wave Cities by the Department of Science and Technology and Technology Information and Technology Office (DOST-ICTO), Information Technology Business Association of the Philippines (BPAP) and Leechiu Property Consultants.
Last year, the city was also No. 1 in Mindanao in Local Revenue Generations.
Aside from these, the city won the Gawad Kalasag Award and International Network for Urban Agriculture Award.
This year, Cagayan de Oro bested other cities landing in the top ten Most Competitive City, and a Gawad Pook awardee. It also acquired the Seal of Good Education Governance by Synergia Foundation and Seal of Good Housekeeping.
According to the PRAISE committee, the grant of PMI is in recognition of the officials and workers for their very satisfactory accomplishments, services in the public interest, which contribute to the efficiency, economy and improvement in government operations, leading to organizational productivity.