CSC certifies collective negotiation agreement between Santa Rosa city hall and employees
The Civil Service Commission has issued the Certificate of Registration for the Collective Negotiation Agreement between the Santa Rosa City Employees Association (SRCEA) and the city government.
The CNA, signed in November 2021, will be binding until November 2024.
It is the third CNA signed between the parties.
CSC Director Charity Arevalo underscored the importance of the CNA, which she said showed consensus between the city employees and the Santa Rosa local government.
“Kaya ‘collective negotiation agreement’ ay dahil hindi ‘yung isa lang ang may gusto kaya ‘yun na ang masusunod kundi nagkasundo ang bawat party sa nilalaman nito,” Arevalo said.
Santa Rosa Mayor Arlene Arcillas said the CNA was a testament to her participatory style of governance, which she practiced since she became mayor in 2007.
Arcillas wanted to make sure citizens had a role in the creation and implementation of projects and programs from which they could benefit.
“We serve the people of Santa Rosa at ang pagse-serbisyo pong iyan ay hindi lamang nanggagaling sa inyong lingkod kundi sa bawat isang nagsisilbi sa city hall,” she said.
“Kung ano man po ang kaya at nararapat nating ibigay ay ibinibigay po natin sa mamamayan ng Santa Rosa, most especially, sa mga katulong natin sa paglilingkod – ang ating mga empleyado,” she added.
She thanked the SRCEA for looking after the city employees.
SRCEA President Maxima Epino thanked the city government for taking care of its personnel amid the pandemic.
“Napatunayan natin sa maraming taon na, lalo na nitong pandemic, na walang imposible lalo’t higit kapag empleyado ang pinag-uusapan… Sabi nga ng iba, swerte daw tayo dahil ibinibigay na lahat ng city government tulad na lamang nitong CNA,” Epino said.
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