Read/Post Comment: 0 Posted by Administrator /  16.07.2010
By: Israel O. Rudio, Governor’s Press Corps-La Union

La Union Governor Manuel “Manoling” C. Ortega continues raising the bar of excellence in government service under his administration as the Office of the Provincial Administrator led by Dr. Geoffrey S. Tilan and the Human Resource Management Division headed by Supervising Administrative Officer Ma. Theresa Ferrarin-Gonzales, in cooperation with Civil Service Commission-La Union Field Office under the leadership of Dir. Violeta N. Mendoza, conducted a one-day Performance Management System – Office Performance Evaluation System (PMS-OPES) on July 15, 2010 at the historic Diego Silang Hall of the Provincial Capitol Building, City of San Fernando, La Union.

This is the leg of a series of seminars which was started last year aimed to familiarize PGLU employees with this system.
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Posted by Administrator /  16.07.2010
By: Abigail D. Ancheta-Cabilin

Well attended by the officers and members of the Inner Wheel Club and Rotary Club of San Fernando City North, guests and visitors, the 38th Joint Induction Ceremonies was successfully conducted on July 8, 2010 at the Diego Silang Hall, Provincial Capitol, San Fernando City, La Union. This is in harmony with the organization’s desire to collectively attain its very purpose as the two key organizations sharing a common vision of building communities and bridging continents.

Opening the program was an entertainment number by the Folkloriko Ti La Union. The ceremony focused on the organizations’ 2010-2011 themes, “Commit with Conviction, Compassion and Consistency” (Inner Wheel Club) and “Building Communities, Bridging Continents” (Rotary Club). With these themes coupled together, it is then noted that these two organizations continuously work hand in hand to achieve its common vision.
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Read/Post Comment: 0 Posted by Administrator /  15.07.2010
By: Charito C. Dator

April. May. This means summer break to all students. While teens that were born with a silver spoon are busy thinking where to spend their vacation, teens that have less in life are busy thinking where and how to get some income for the next school year. Good thing here in La Union, we have the SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF STUDENTS (SPES) every summer, a continuing national program implemented by the Public Employment Service Office (PESO) in cooperation with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Local Government Units (LGUs) and private establishments.

The program aims to help poor but deserving students pursue their education by encouraging their employment during summer vacation and providing income to finance or augment their schooling expenses.
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