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JP Rizal Hospital re- orientation on ATS-HRIS and office rules and regulations

Dr. Jose P. Rizal Memorial District Office

August 17, 2016


     A re- orientation on Attendance Tracking System and Human Resource Information System (ATS-HRIS) was conducted by the Provincial Human Resource Management Office (PHRMO) on July 27, 2016. The team was headed by Mrs. Nida A. Rebenque, OIC PHRMO; Mrs. Marinella A. Casimiro, Supervising Administrative Officer PHRMO-Records Division; Ms. Leilani M. Silan, Administrative Officer (Terminal Leave); Mr. Roy Barachina, and Ms. Ma. Cecilia C. Legasto, both from the Provincial Accounting Office.

     Part of their task was to explain and reiterate Memorandum No. 38, S. 2016 issued by the Office of the Governor dated May 31, 2016, “Strict Observance of Government Working Hours and Cancellation of all Existing Attendance Tracking System Exemption.”

     All employees are directed to strictly observe Rule XVI of Executive Order 292, Government Office Hours. It was also mentioned that effective July 1, 2016, the Accounting Office will no longer accept non-ATS printed Daily Time Record (DTR) in the processing of salaries. The total number of working hours will not only be based on 40-hours a week but instead, on the total number of working days in a month. It was the task of the person responsible in making schedule of duties to make sure that employee(s) will meet the number of working days for that particular month. The doctors were also reminded, particularly those who have private practices aside from being employee of the Provincial Government of Laguna, to secure permit from the Office of the Governor.

     Memorandum Circular of the Civil Service Commission was also cited, reminding all officials and employees particularly on Habitual Tardiness, and its corresponding disciplinary action.

     Likewise, seminar on work ethics was also tackled and will be scheduled soon.