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Human Resource Information System (HRIS)

An electronic system set up in 2006 and enhanced through the years for managing personnel records based on Civil Service Form 212 (Personal Data Sheets) and producing reports/documents for the following purposes: managing, analyzing and reporting of all employee information; payroll integration; computerized daily time record linked to biometric devices (daily time record); and online access to leave credits and balances, including leave of absence application.

Personnel Data. A compilation of comprehensive employee data taken from Form 212 (Personal Data Sheet) required by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) upon employment in any government agency. The data include personal information, family background, educational attainment, civil service eligibility, work experience, voluntary work/involvement with civic/non-government/ people's/voluntary organizations, competencies/skills, awards and recognitions, memberships in associations/organizations, personal references, and administrative information. Used by the Human Resource Development Committee (HRDC ) for identifying potential scholars for long- or short-term training grants. Also used for screening of employees for promotion. About 80% of provincial government employees' personal profile are updated. Available in PDF at the Provincial Human Resource Management and Development Office (HRMDO).

On-Line Leave Application. A system established in 2009 for online application for leaves of absence through the Human Resource Management and Development Office (HRMDO) website (http://hrms.bictu.com/). Provincial government employees are given passwords to access their accounts indicating their leave credits and balances.

Centralized Payroll. A centralized payroll generation mechanism lodged at the Human Resource Management and Development Office (HRMDO). Available in hard copies.

 

 

Contact Mr. Eligio Requina , Administrative Officer II
HRMDO, 2/F Capitol Compound, Tagbilaran City, Bohol 6300
Telephone (+38) 411-2022 or 501-9211
(Address letter request to Ms. Josefina J. Relampagos, Head, HRMDO)