THREE non-academic personnel were named Most Outstanding Employees for 2006.

Priscilla Mercado of the Budget Office, Emilio Silva, Jr. of the Santo Tomas E-Services Providers, and Imelda San Agustin of the UST Publishing House were named over other candidates nominated by the various departments.

The winners were judged based on work performance (40 per cent), peer evaluation (10 per cent), punctuality (8 per cent), work attendance (7 per cent), years of service (5 per cent), attendance in seminars, retreats, and symposia (5 per cent), and committee evaluation (5 per cent).

The criteria were set by the Committee on Selection headed by Monalisa Perez, former assistant director of the Human Resource Department (HRD), which is also the one who evaluates the candidates.

The winners received a plaque of recognition, cash, and a wristwatch from the University.

Hazel Tardecilla, Human Resource Department personnel assistant, said that the award recognizes the sound work ethics of non-academic employees.

“Through this recognition, the employees would know that their efforts are being appreciated by the University,” Tardecilla said.

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