The Regional Conciliation and Mediation Board – Cordillera Administrative Region (RCMB-CAR) met with the potential nominees to the 2021 Search for Outstanding Labor Management Cooperation and Grievance Machinery  for Industrial Peace, through a virtual consultation meeting on May 17.

Representatives from Hedcor Inc. and The Manor at Camp John Hay, both Hall of Fame Awardees of the said Search were invited to provide the participants some tips particularly on the documentation process.

Asst. Vice President for Human Resource and Quality Carol C. Tuvera shared that documentation is very critical in every search like this. “We are going to tell our story. For the judges to understand our story, we need to chronologically arrange the events from the (a) awareness of the program, (b) understanding of the program, (c) implementation, (d) evaluation, and  (e) measurement success,” she said. Likewise, she mentioned that banner programs of the committees and contributions of labor that were adopted and integrated in the system must be emphasized.

Human Resource Director Wilna M. Baoa of Manor concurred with the pointers provided by. Ms. Tuvera. She added that a core group for documentation must be organized to do the task. The people assigned must be those that are inclined to the LMC programs of the company.

Meanwhile, RCMB-CAR Director Lourdes P. Estioco advised the participants to highlight their innovations as well as the roles of the LMC in minimizing the ill effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the workplace.

Among the five establishments invited, Global Agility Solutions, Benguet Electric Cooperative, Hedcor, Inc. and The Manor at Camp John Hay responded to the call.

Maggie B. Balagtey