A. Merit Selection Plan (MSP)
A statement of the policies and procedures to be followed in selecting the best qualified employee for employment/promotion. It serves as a guide to both supervisors and subordinates when promotion is being considered, so both parties may evaluate the promotion from an objective point of view thereby minimizing complaints arising therefrom.
B. System of Ranking Position (SRP)
The hierarchical arrangement of positions from highest to lowest which shall serve as the guide in determining which position in next in rank.
C. Personnel Selection Board (PSB)
Primarily created to assist the appointing authority in the judicious and objective selection of qualified and deserving candidates/personnel for appointment or promotion in the city government and in the formulation, development and implementation of some policies which would contribute to the welfare of the city government employees.
D. Personnel Development Committee (PDC)
A personnel mechanism established to provide support functions to management in matters pertaining to selection of agency nominees to training, development and scholarship programs in accordance with existing civil service policies and standards.
a. Application for Foreign Scholarship Grant
b. Application for Study Leave Grant
c. Training Development
d. Other HRD Interventions
E. Central Grievance Committee (CGC) and Committee on Decorum and Investigation (CODI)
Refers to work related issues arising in employee dissatisfaction particularly in the non-implementation of policies, practices and procedures on economics and financial aspects, the terms and conditions of employment fixes by and other related matters that affects them; the physical working conditions; interpersonal relationship and linkages; protest on appointments and all other that can give discontentment of employees.
F. Performance Evaluation & Review Committee (PERC)
A system that operates on shared commitments and the objective measures of performance results and behavioral changes to all first and second level career and non-career employees.
G. Program on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence (PRAISE)
A personnel mechanism established to encourage, recognize and reward employees, individually and in groups for suggestions, innovative ideas, inventions, discoveries, superior accomplishments, heroic deeds, exemplary behavior, extraordinary acts or services in the public interest and other personal efforts which contribute to the efficiency, economy and improvement in government operations, which lead to organizational productivity.
H. Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS)
Human Resource Information Systems provide a means of acquiring, storing, analysing and distributing information to various stakeholders. HRIS enable improvement in traditional processes and enhance strategic decision making. HR systems currently in used are, HRMIS(plantilla personnel),HRMIS-NP(non-plantilla personnel),Personnel Selection System(PSS), Records Management System(RMS).