By Cyrus A. Natividad

HRD Staff and Director Prof. Rodel Palomar with the Newly Hired Faculty and Staff.

The Human Resource Development Office conducted an Orientation Seminar for newly hired CPU employees for 2019 at the EMC Conference Room on June 27. Twenty faculty members and 24 staff attended the Seminar.

University President Dr. Teodoro C. Robles delivered his welcome remarks to the participants through a recorded video. He thanked the newly hired employees for their decision to work in CPU and encouraged them to join the administration in the University’s goal of providing Exemplary Christian Education for Life.

Rev. Francis Neil G. Jalando-on, Director, Office of Communications enlightened the participants on CPU’s culture, particularly in the workplace. The Mission, Vision and Core Values of CPU were explained by Vice President for Finance and Administration, Dr. Florence P. Bogacia. The Code of Ethics was also discussed by Prof. Janet P. Jaco, Principal, CPU Elementary School.

After lunch, Prof. Rodel C. Palomar, Director of HRDO, presented the Employee Benefits to the participants. The Retirement Policy was also explained to the newly hired employees by Jet Nillos, the Retirement Fund Officer. An Open Forum followed after it. After which, Prince Joash Dacles facilitated a Team Building activity with the participants.

To close the program, the University Church Outreach Pastor, Rev. Roger Quimpo gave the closing prayer and the benediction.

The program was hosted by Prof. Kay Arden Gallo.

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