1. Policy Making
Mastery in the preparation of Administrative Policies and Procedures and Implementation of the same.
Human Resources and Administration Head
1. Contact Neville for further details in Current Employment
2. Extramile Corporation
Organizational Development and Benefits Administration Section Head
3. Extraordinary Development Corporation
Freelance Consultant and Part Time Instructor
4. Construction Related Firms and Dominican College
Assistant to the Sr. VP for Plant Operations
5. Continental Cement Corporation, Quezon City
Conducting Bench Marking Studies
Align compensation and benefit standards within the industry
Determining skills set required for each position comparing same vis a vis incumbent to determine specific training needs of individuals
Capacity planning and time motions to determine work loads, bottlenecks, duplication of work and the correct number of people to man the organization.
Determining the correct delegation of functions within an organization to come up with accurate and balanced Job Descriptions.
Determining the relative worth of each position to the organization utilizing job descriptions created for determining just compensation and ranks.
Work schedule design (Creation of specific work calendar per HR position taking into consideration data from time and motion and agreed standards set for specific tasks/work instructions).
* Use of Personal Information management softwares Like MS Outlook/FENG Office (open source) to link Policies and Procedures with Work Schedules.
* Use of works schedules to set expectations and monitor individual accomplishments.
* Creation of Scoring System as indicators to enable staff to know his/her performance even without consultation.
* Use of Scoring system/indicators/point system as a chance to counsel and coach employees.
Human Resources and Administration Related Procedures
Authored Procedures (Specific work instructions/desk manuals) taking into consideration work flow, time and motion studies, System and Data Entry Protocols, Controls for Risk and Forms Design for:
Standard coding of documents
Maintenance HR and Administrations Files and Records
Budgeting, Requisitioning, Canvassing, Purchasing, Payment, Custodianship, Inventory, Repair and Disposal of Fixed Assets
Budgeting, Requisitioning, Canvassing, Purchasing, Payment, Safekeeping, Issuance, Monitoring of Consumption, Establishing Re-order Levels, and Inventory of Stationaries and Supplies.
Budgeting, Requisitioning, Canvassing, Preparation of Agreements, Payment, Monitoring of Expense for Contracted and Auxiliary Services (Outsourced jobs - Security, Janitorial, Preventive Maintenance, Repairs, Lease, Water, Electricity, Communications, Etc.)
Office attire, decorum (Reporting lines, Coordination, Status Reports, , and grooming.
Time keeping, filing of leaves, overtime, official outside business, break-time.
Social Security System Loans, Contributions, Sickness, Employee Compensation.
Home Mutual Development Fund Loans, Contributions
Philhealth. Registration, Contributions
Bids and Award to Service Provider
Annual Physical Exams
Payment of premiums for principal and
Release of Physical Exam Results
Treatment of sickness and further consultations
Life and Accident insurance
Bids and Award to Service Provider
Payment of premiums
Application for insurance coverage
Birthday, Wedding and Bereavement Benefits
13th month pay
Medicine Acquisition and Issuance
Reimbursement of work related expenses (transportation, books, subscriptions, representations)
Work checklist monitoring, Employee Evaluation (Performance, Promotions, Salary Adjustments)
Computation of Payroll
Withholding Tax Computation
Resignation and Clearance
Termination (Authorized and Just Cause)
Human Resources and Adminitration Related Policies
Creation of various HR and Administration Related policies (general principles or rule to guide decision making) taking into consideration existing practices and legal requirements and parameters for:
Office Premises Administration
Employee code of conduct
Filing and Document Retrieval
Orientation and Induction of New Employees
Probationary and Regularization of Employees
Transfers and Reassignments
Employee Retention and Tenure
Compensation and Benefits Administration
End of Employment
Total Quality Management
Orientation, training module and actual program implementation.
A high level orientation outlining benefits of the program, what the program entails and the expected outcome.
Training module of different tools use in TQM implementation and assessment.
Series of quality circles group activity sessions designed 1) to identify and out line problems experienced by the clients. 2) Resolve said problems 3) monitor results of resolutions.
A fun but learning module on team work. A training module that incorporates lectures with challenging games. It was designed to identify typical roles which participants play and synthesizes results of the games on a team and an individual level, why they were successful and, why they were not, to give participants incite on what makes a good team player.
A compilation of top customer service situations both in-house and from text. A module designed to show different approaches to different scenarios to give participants not just one perspective but a varied number of possible solutions to difficulties encountered with customers both internal and external
This training program is an off shoot or continuation of the capacity planning module. It is designed to push the envelop further by providing participants with a tool to redesign job functions, distribute work loads of employees and ensure effectiveness of work functions as performed by employees. This includes setting up controls and minimizing risks.
Training program to give participants skills in determining the right sized organization. An HR intervention tool which can be used by participants to assess their respective department through evaluation of functions undertaken by employees under their areas. The module teaches participants to do simple time and motion studies through observations to assess how employees spend their time and how to sum up and determine work load and number of manpower / man-hours to undertake function.
Training program designed to welcome new employees into the organization and facilitate the on-boarding process and make them contributing members of the organization with in the shortest time possible.
The module includes the following:
Nature and History of the organization
Basic survival tips
HR Relate Policies
* Office decorum and Ethics
* Attendance, Tardiness and Administrative Forms,
Supplies, Equipment Custodianship, Inventory
End of Employment (Resignation, Termination, Retirement)
* Government Mandated
Finance Related Policies
* Request for payment and Liquidation
* Monitoring of Expenses
IT Related policies
* Use of computers, emails and network
Qualifications & Certifications
Commerce Major in Economics
University of Santo Tomas