NWPC conducts 2021 MYPA

The NWPC CO-RB Mid-Year Performance Assessment (MYPA) was held via Zoom on July 2 and 5, 2021 and was attended by all NWPC Officers, Division Chiefs and RTWPB Board Secretaries.

 

In her welcome message, Executive Director Sy emphasized the need for the organization to define the playbook on wages and productivity based on an environmental scanning that will shape the organization’s continuing relevance and responsiveness to the needs of workers and enterprises, particularly the MSMEs. She also underscored the importance of building an organizational mindset and culture on innovation and excellence.

 

The MYPA started with a presentation by Director Elvira P. Jota of the 1st semester 2021accomplishments of the NWPC and RTWPBs.

 

This was followed by a presentation of the mid-year performance assessments by Atty. Alvin B. Curada of the Policy and Research Service; Director Elvira P. Jota for Technical Service and Atty. Jamie-lyn D. Jamias for Management Support Service. Director Jota also presented the proposed innovations and areas for productivity improvement submitted by the CO and RBs officers and staff.

 

On July 5, the Program Managers presented the reformulated action plans and strategies for the next normal. Atty. Jamie-lyn D. Jamias also reported on the Salient Features of the 2021PBB Guidelines for implementation of all concerned program managers.

 

At the close of the program, Deputy Executive Director Jeanette T. Dam summarized the MYPA agreements and presented the Way Forward.

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