The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region 12 has capacitated on February 24-25, 2022 in General Santos City the 22 personnel from regional and field offices on the updating and enhancement of tools and techniques for human resource learning and development practitioners.
Atty. Felix S. Alicer, regional executive director (RED) of DENR 12, said that the personnel are the most important assets of an organization which should always be motivated in order to attain the objectives of the department.
“Your roles are very important in the organization. Your tasks are very crucial. We want that everybody in the organization to contribute in the fulfillment of the mandate of the DENR,” he said.
In his message, Assistant Regional Director for Management Services Mamutur D. Cariga stressed the importance of having an efficient workforce in realizing the aims of an organization.
“One of the factors in attaining our targets is the human resource. Even if the other factors are not readily available, but the personnel are competent to undertake the tasks, the organization is assured in the accomplishment of its targets,” he said.
Marcelina Cabaña, head of the human resource and development section (HRDS) and concurrent assistant chief of the administrative division, said that the learning event will help the participants understand and appreciate the tasks being performed in personnel management.
During the training workshop, subjects human resource management and learning and development were discussed by Personnel Section Chief Jessie Anne V. Dichoso and Administrative Officer II Noor-Ian A. Buisan, respectively.
HRDS Technical Assistant Ralph John D. Ebita also introduced the Asana, a web and mobile application which helps in organizing, tracking, and managing the works and documents of HR practitioners.
Moreover, Chief Cabaña discussed the status of DENR 12 in Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM).
RED Alicer emphasized that in order to achieve higher level of performance, everyone should realize that there should be a room for improvement and admit that there are things that need to be corrected.
“As much as possible, we want to exert the best efforts to do the right things for the organization, the DENR, and the entire Filipino,” he said. | Photos by: HRDS