Tuesday, 10 July 2012 13:15
In an attempt to clean the cooperatives’ rank-and-file, a total of 79 contractual workers were promoted to regular employees during the flag ceremony and Thanks Giving Mass at the Zamcelco Multi-Purpose Covered Court in Putik, this city, yesterday.
It was announced by the National Electrification Administration (NEA) designated Zamcelco OIC Charito Mabitazan before a crowd of employees which was reechoed by Zamcelco Board president Elbert “Bong” Atilano.
Atilano said the promotion of casual to regular employees is part of their vision to clean its officialdom.
“I want everybody to be happy as we will be working forward and faster than electricity to serve our member-consumers,” Atilano added.
This is the first batch 79 casual workers who passed the rigid screening with more than five years in service and no pending records or other violation of the Code of Ethics.
Zamcelco Employers Association President Leo Serafin Candil thanked the management and Zamcelco’s Board for its laudable move.
“This will boast the morale of our co-workers in serving the public,” Candil said.
There will be a second batch of promotion for those employees serving more than two years and 200% payment for those employees who will file for their early retirement.
“We want to bring back Zamcelco in its glorious datewith no complaint and low systems’ loss,” Atilano said.
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