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    Annex A

    Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT Regional Office No. VII

    OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW (OPCR)

    I, MA. GLORIA A. TANGO, Regional Director, Regional Office No.VII, commit to deliver and agree to be rated on the attainment of the following targets in accordance with the indicated measures for the period January to December, 2012. I further commit that the physical and financial outputs shall be posted at the Regional Office website and in relevant program information systems, e.g., SPRS, Phil-JobNet, DKIS, etc. every end of the month using monitoring formats developed by the program managers**.

    MFO (1)

    RO Success Indicators (Targets + Measures)

    (2)

    Allotted Budget

    (3)

    Division/ Individuals

    Accountable (4)

    Actual Accomplishments (5)

    Self- Rating

    (6)

    Validated Rating

    (7)

    Remarks (for Validation

    Purposes) (8)

    MFO I. Employment Facilitation and Manpower Development ( 20%) 43,700,000 = 537,000+23,370,000+19,793,000

    1. Employment Facilitation

    1.1 SPES  Provided bridging employment to 6,385 beneficiaries end of December 2012

    23,370,000 (included in MFO 1 total)

    FOs TSSD-EW & IMSD

     15,939 youth beneficiaries of employment bridging program broken down as follows: - 8,215 SPES beneficiaries

    using DOLE funds - 1,656 SPES beneficiaries

    were funded by the city govts. Of Cebu, Mandaue and Lapu-lapu City in full (100%)

    - 693 Ye-Ye beneficiaries of JFC

    - 5,375 other types of assistance extended

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    4 – Outstanding - Meeting the success indicators 3 – Very Satisfactory - 90% to 99% of the success indicators 2 – Satisfactory - 80% to 89% of the success indicators

    1 – Unsatisfactory - 79% or below the success indicators

    As of 11.30.12

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    MFO (1)

    RO Success Indicators (Targets + Measures)

    (2)

    Allotted Budget

    (3)

    Division/ Individuals

    Accountable (4)

    Actual Accomplishments (5)

    Self- Rating

    (6)

    Validated Rating

    (7)

    Remarks (for Validation

    Purposes) (8)

    1.2 Job Fairs in coordination with PESO - National (Labor Day, Kalayaan, DOLE Anniversary,etc.) - Regional

     Registered 100% of applicants

     15 % HOTS (Hired on the Spot) based on 100% number of qualified/matched applicants.

     Posted at the RO website and Phil-JobNet website the Calendar of Job fairs (include date, venue, employers, vacancies) end of every quarter 2012

    FOs TSSD-EW & IMSD

     registered 100% of

    applicants (64,695 applicants)

     7,039 HOTS 15.4% of 45,708 qualified/ matched applicants in 118 Job Fairs conducted

     Posted job fair schedules up to Dec. 2012

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    80,304 in SPRS is total referred thru job fair and PESO ES Low HOTS placement rate since hiring on the spot for overseas placement is unlikely during the job fair; also multiple counting of a qualified applicant in diff. vacancies or employers pull down total placement rate

    2. Labor Market Information

    2.1 Enhanced Phil- Jobnet System (with SRS and DOLE Data Warehouse Sub- System) in coordination with PESO

     Accredited and Registered 1,158 establishments and issued certification/sticker at the end of 2012

     Issued stickers to 100% of existing PhilJobNet users

     Registered a minimum of 100 establishments with Vacancy Postings at the end of 2012

     Posted/Solicited a minimum of 52,721 Job Vacancies at the end of 2012

     Implemented SRS in 14 LGUs (3rd wave); existing 11 LGUs (1st & 2nd wave)

    FOs TSSD-EW & IMSD

     1,168 PJN-registered establishments (101% of target)

     No stickers yet*

     455 est. posted vacancies @PJN (455% acc. of target)

     56,302 job vacancies

    posted (107% acc. of target)

     Ongoing SRS implementation in 11 LGUs for the 1st and 2nd wave; have identified 14 LGUs for the 3rd wave (Bohol-5, Cebu-5, Negros Oriental-3,

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    Not included in the rating

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    *BLE will finance and issue the template sticker in license plate form as part of BLE and ROs’ advocacy of the PJN Orientations for 3rd wave SRS implementers of DOLE7 were already conducted in coord. w/ BLE;

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    MFO (1)

    RO Success Indicators (Targets + Measures)

    (2)

    Allotted Budget

    (3)

    Division/ Individuals

    Accountable (4)

    Actual Accomplishments (5)

    Self- Rating

    (6)

    Validated Rating

    (7)

    Remarks (for Validation

    Purposes) (8)

     If not covered in LGU SRS, registered and posted at the PJN website at least 50% of March and October graduates of tertiary education and training centers by May and November, 2012, respectively

    Universe = 68,893 (34,850 in HEIs + 34,043 in TESDA regulated &non-regulated training institutions)

    Target : 50% of 68,893 = 34,446

    Siquijor-1) with 323 participating brgys., 263 employers & 29,392 registrants

     13,156 registered applicants

    online at PJN

     Done in coordination with LTCEs and TESDA; & thru LEGS & Career/Employment Guidance Counselling; graduating students initiated online posting after the advocacy orientations

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    TOT using revised FOM set on Dec. 13-14, 2012 SRS and PJN systems not yet married; PJN system cannot generate statistics on specific indicators like no. of registered tertiary graduates

    3. Capacity Building of Employment Service Providers

    3.1 Capacity Building for PESO (Please see attached Matrix for RO Targets

     Conducted advocacy activities in 32 LGUs with active PESO towards institutionalization at the end of 2012

     Institutionalized at least 5 PESOs at the end of 2012

     Trained PESO managers on the following at the end of 2012: - SRS implementation (minimum of one training to all

    PESOs/LGUs covered by the 3rd wave implementation)

    FOs TSSD-EW & IMSD

    FOs TSSD-EW & IMSD

     Complied 38 LGUs (Bohol- 10, Cebu-14, Negros Oriental- 7, Siquijor-7)

     Fully institutionalized (with

    LGU resolution) six (6) PESOs in 2012 =3 in Bohol (Mabini, Jagna, Calape); one (1) each in Dauin, Neg.Or; Boljoon, Cebu and Siq., Siq.

     Partially institutionalized

    (with Exec. Order) Bayawan City PESO in Negros Oriental

     21 PESO orientations

    conducted involving 442 participants in coordination with PESO organizations

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    MFO (1)

    RO Success Indicators (Targets + Measures)

    (2)

    Allotted Budget

    (3)

    Division/ Individuals

    Accountable (4)

    Actual Accomplishments (5)

    Self- Rating

    (6)

    Validated Rating

    (7)

    Remarks (for Validation

    Purposes) (8)

    - Basic Employment Services - Two trainings - Basic Management Course – One training

     Scheduled in 2nd semester

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    Not included

    3.2 Career and

    Employment Coaching/ Guidance Advocacy (Please see attached Matrix for RO Targets

    - Labor Education for Graduating Students (LEGS)

     Established at least 1 Career Guidance Network (CGN) for secondary schools with minimum of 150 members per Regional NGCs (registered with SEC and MOU forged) end of 2012

     Maintained 1 (number) of existing CGN end of 2012

     Conducted at least 60 advocacy activities with a minimum of 100 participants per session using DOLE and TESDA’s career guides end of 2012

     Oriented 25% of 26,835 or 6,709 graduating students enrolled in private schools (KEGs-related courses )

     Oriented 25% of 7,318 or 1,830 graduating students in State Universities and Colleges

    FOs TSSD-EW & IMSD

     Established and maintained one (1) Career Advocacy Network with 63 core members and 344 new members

     Conducted 172 advocacies (287% of target) with 30,565 participants in 196 schools/colleges/ universities) with 178 average no. of participants/activity (30,565/172)

     Oriented 27,581 graduating

    students in KEGS-related courses or 323% of 8,539 (6,709+1,830) total target;

     conducted 176 sessions covering 187 HEIs

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     SEC reg. of CAN still in process

     forging of MOU in process with Assn. of Private HS CGCs

     DEP ED data showed

    934 secondary schools in reg7: 642 public and 292 private 156HEIs:36public +120 private 36 Public HEI = 28 SUCs +8LUCs

    34,850 Total Graduating Pop’n in HEIs; w