LGU HR Strategic Plan takes shape

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Thirty-one key players in the development and implementation of Strategic Human Resource Plan for the City Government of Tacurong who were identified through Administrative Order 01-2013 convened for a write-shop on May 8-9, 2013 in General Santos City.
Key players processed the results of the Job Analysis Survey conducted among employees of the city government. The said survey is part of the Competency Mapping, one of the major steps in formulating the agency’s HR Plan as mandated by the Civil Service Commission (CSC). HR competencies were also discussed.

The activity is part of the HR Plan development process based on CSC’s HR Strategic Plan Toolkit. The HR Strategic Plan is ‘aimed at capturing the people element of what an agency is hoping to achieve in the medium to long-term; ensuring that the agency has the right people in place; has the right mix of skills; employees display the right attitudes and behaviors; and are developed in the right way with enabling mechanisms and appropriate strategies. The major requisites in the development of the HR Plan are 1) Organizational Profile; 2) Agency Strategic Plan or Roadmap; and Key Players.

CSC-Sultan Kudarat Field Director Ma. Josefina Gepte-Buenbrazo and Supervising Personnel Specialist Evelyn C. Cortez facilitated the two-day write-shop.

CSC, being the central personnel agency of the government, requires government agencies to develop and implement the HR Strategic Plan. 

Jezereel Louise C. Billano (LGU-Information 
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