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The Human Resource Management and Development Office headed by Dr. Ian Evangelista, conducted an orientation program for the newly-hired and promoted non-teaching personnel via Zoom on February 11, 2021.

Through the orientation, employees were enlightened regarding their rights, duties and privileges. In addition, they were informed about the performance management processes, BIR policies and guidelines, compensation and benefits.

Mr. Gilberto Navarro Jr., a promoted employee, delightfully expressed, “marami po akong nalaman ngayon na hindi ko pa na-encounter since dumating ako and nakita ko na marami pang pwede mapuntahan dito at ma-explore dito sa PSU as an employee. Masasabi ko rin na I’m happy to be here”.

The event concluded as Dr. Lorena Echalar, Deputy Director for HRMDO led the oath taking while Dr. Manolito C. Manuel, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Support Services emboldened the employees in his parting shot.

A workshop training on electrical safety and related hazards were given to all utility and maintenance personnel of the university on Thursday at the Dr. Telesforo Boquiren Convention Hall.

Through the constant internal audit and accreditation of various local and international institutions, the university was able to identify the concerns to be addressed in the administration and how to further improve its functions over time.

Heeding the university’s ‘practice quality always’ mantra, the Human Resource Management and

Development Office and the Physical Plant, Facilities, and Construction Management Management Office (headed by Dr. Lorena B. Echalar and Dr. Claro S. Sison Jr., respectively) collaborated on November 4, 2021, for a workshop training for skilled administrative personnel to ensure safety in the use of electric-powered facilities.

Prof. Bernard D. Ferrer, Campus Coordinator of the Income Generating Project for Lingayen Campus, provided an overview of how to handle electrical equipment that applicable on campuses. Prof. Francis Lazo, Head of the Electrical Services Unit, on the other hand, discussed potential electrical equipment accidents and how to avoid them.

Said workshop is part of the Workforce Engagement Training Series of HRMDO Learning and Development Unit, which advocates for administrative productivity through effective and efficient work ethics.