Caring for the employees to become better public servants – DSWD

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The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), through its Human Resource Management and Development Service (HRMDS), launched its improved Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS) Employee Welfare Subsystem Module, that responds to the diverse needs of its employees, on September 23 at the Central Office in Batasan.

The HRMIS Employee Welfare Subsystem Module provides on-time delivery of services to the employees’ needs such as assistance to those needing mental health and psychosocial support.  The system also makes services like filing of GSIS Group Personal Accident Insurance (GPAI) Claims; filing of Employees Compensation Program (ECP) claims; receiving bereavement services; availing of travel incentives for retiring personnel; requesting of congratulatory announcement as needed; and consulting the HRMDS-Welfare Division on any concerns/queries, easily accessible to employees.

DSWD HRMDS Director Ana Nuguid said that caring for the well-being of employees will redound to the overall productivity of the Department resulting in the realization of its mandate.

In his message during the launching, Secretary Erwin T. Tulfo said that the employees are one of the best assets of the Department.  He added that they also deserve to be given due attention for a sustained delivery of quality public service.

The Secretary further stressed, “Under my leadership, we will ensure that the employees’ rights and welfare will be protected and we shall endeavor to find more ways to assist them.”

He commended the HRMDS for its continuing initiatives to provide efficient support services to the employees.

The HRMIS Employee Welfare Subsystem module will be under pilot implementation at the DSWD Central Office.  Once established, the system will also be implemented at the different DSWD Field Offices. ###

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