GOOD TIDINGS THIS CHRISTMAS. Governor Joseph C. Cua conveys good tidings to all provincial employees during PLGU Christmas Party as the province received two prestigious awards this year.
Governor Joseph C. Cua told the provincial government employees that they are going to receive their monetized leave credits this year for merrier Christmas celebration.
This was conveyed by the local chief executive during the Provincial Local Government Unit (PLGU) Christmas Party held at the Capitol Convention Center on Dec. 20.
PARLOR GAMES. Employees from different offices gathered up to join the parlor games as part of the PLGU Christmas Party.
The Sangguniang Panlalawigan has already approved the monetization of leave credits for about ten days amounting to a minimum of P10,000.00 or depending on the salary that a regular employee is receiving.
Gov. Cua likewise shared his sentiment on giving bonus to the provincial employees as he knows the situation of those who work in the government.
“Maw-ot mi kutan-a na every end of the year, igwa kamo ning bonus ta gabos kita gatrabaho,” he said.
However, due to the regulations imposed by the government, it is impossible to give the bonus that other employee is expected to receive by the end of the year, Gov. Cua stated.
THIS GAME NEEDS UNITY. As the other cheer for them, these participants of the game do their best to win through cooperation and unity.
“But anyway…mas maogma an satuyang selebrasyon na ini nin kapaskuhan,” he highlighted.
Governor Joseph C. Cua told provincial employees that there’s more to celebrate this Christmas because of the two awards received by the PLGU this year, the Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG) Hall of Fame from the DILG and the Magayagaya Award from the DOH.
The said awards are manifestation that the Provincial Government is true to its commitment in rendering the basic services to its constituents.
WE WON. A group of employees celebrates as they won first place in one of the games.
“Ini bako mi tabing credit kundi gabos kita lalo na kamo na gatrabaho ning magayon na programa, magayon na palakaw ning satuyang gobyerno,” Gov. Cua stated as he enjoined everyone to make it also a part of the celebration.
“Kaya satuya tabi ining isilebrar ta gabos kita nagtrabaho para magkaigwa ning award,” he added.