Gov pays tribute to employees on Christmas celebration

Governor Nelson L. Dayanghirang said the celebration is a tribute and a gift to the hard work of the Capitol employees who are behind the achievements and successes of the province for the past years.

Governor Nelson L. Dayanghirang said the celebration is a tribute and a gift to the hard work of the Capitol employees who are behind the achievements and successes of the province for the past years.

DAVAO ORIENTAL – Capitol workers have spent an evening of fun and entertainment as the Provincial Government staged a special and joyous Christmas get-together at the Provincial Capitol on December 9, 2016.

Set up in a simple evening cocktail party with employees clad in impressive attires, this year’s Christmas Fellowship dubbed as Seal of Good Local Governance: Tribute to Employees was centered on the hard work of the 2,200-strong employees of the Provincial Capitol who are behind the achievements and successes of the province for the past years.

Newly installed Governor Nelson L. Dayanghirang, who spent his first Christmas fellowship with the Capitol workers, filled his Christmas message with words of gratitude to the entire workforce of the Provincial Government along with its partner agencies for their support to his administration and for trying to make sure that the milestones achieved by his predecessor are sustained.

“I really thank everyone especially the Capitol employees for rendering their services and giving their support to me even though I have just assumed office,” he said, hoping that their support to his administration get even more stronger in the next years of his term as chief executive of the province.

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“I want to steer the province in the right direction and I am counting on your support in the coming years,” he said, calling for unity among all Capitol workers to render competent service for the people of the province as he is determined to provide a strong leadership that is committed to sustain the gains achieved and further boost development.

“I am not going to spoil the trust the people has entrusted to me. Wherever I am now, I owe it to the people. I will cherish it and will offer my genuine service to them and to God,” he said.

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MORE REASONS TO CELEBRATE

Friday’s festive celebration got even more ecstatic and elating as the employees get more reasons to celebrate.

Receiving cheers and applause from the crowd of Capitol workers, Governor Dayanghirang has announced during the celebration the much-anticipated year-end bonus of the employees which was kept under wrap until the Governor’s ‘big reveal’.

Elected officials, Department Heads, Assistant Department Heads, and consultants will receive a bonus of P25,000. Rank and file, casuals, and coterminous: P20,000. Job orders, who have rendered services above three months as of December 15, will receive P15,000 while those who have rendered services below three months will get P6,000.

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Aside from the big bonuses, the night of celebration was made even more merry with the thrilling raffle draw that gave away cash and other grand prizes to lucky winners. Among the major prizes given away were P20,000 cash, a brand-new Mio motorcycle and a brand new multicab, all of which are tax-free.

While the celebration was filled with loads of fun and excitement, Governor Dayanghirang reminded the Capitol employees to offer the celebration to God who is the reason why the event was organized. Furthermore, he also stressed this celebration as a means to have and fun and be of fellowship with one another as one big Provincial Capitol family. By Karen Lou Deloso; Photo by Eden Jhan Licayan

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