City joins the first ever Bohol HR summit

The city sent a strong message of the commitment of the key public servants to push the limits of public service in the city government.

This was the key message the city leadership sent during the start of the first Bohol HR summit last week.

“Our participation here today sends a strong message of our commitment to quality public service. We are here to learn, to share best practices and to capture the essence of serving the Boholano people. When we all took our oath of office, we have crossed the line from being ordinary citizens to being civil servants. We need to step up and go beyond the extra mile by transforming ourselves into servant heroes or “lingkodbayani,” said City Mayor John Geesnell  Yap’s welcome message.

The summit was attended with no less than Civil Service Commissioner Alicia Dela Rosa Bala as one of the distinguished guests, together with Gov. Edgar Chatto.

Government HR practitioners from all over Bohol converged to exchange best practices and level up the delivery of public service.

 

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