CLIMBS vies for Labor-Related National Award

CLIMBS is now vying for the national award in the 2015 Productivity Olympics which is a biennial national competition for the best productivity improvement programs of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) nationwide.

It is organized by the National Wages and Productivity Commission(NWPC), an attached agency of the Department of Labor and Employment(DOLE) in coordination with its 17 Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board.

This developed after CLIMBS was declared as one of the regional winners of the competition for the Medium Enterprise Category in Region 10. CLIMBS received the award last June 30, 2015 at the Seda Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City.


A total of 25 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises(MSMEs) are from agribusiness, service and industry in the region competed for the award.

The competition is also designed to intensify national awareness and commitment to quality and productivity, encourage and adapt productivity improvement/ practices and showcase best productivity improvement programs.

Winners are chosen based on the following criteria: Business excellence under which are Productivity, Expansion and Growth, Awards and Recognition; and Resource Management, which is composed of People and Systems, Technology and Green. 

An Audit Committee has been specifically installed and mobilized to ensure adherence to the standards, thereby making it one of CLIMBS’ corporate values.

Hoping to enhance further its changes to bag the national award, Mrs. Marcelo, Chairman of the CLIMBS Productivity Olympics Committee(PIP) said that CLIMBS is beefing up its efforts to ensure that it follows-through and secures the necessary structures and programs establishing the mark and brand embodying CLIMBS’ spirit and essence.

Completing the roster of the CLIMBS (Productivity Improvement Program) PIP Committee headed by Mrs. Marcelo are the following personnel; Human Resource and Administration Manager, Mrs. Delia L. Martinez; Correspondence and Communication Manager, Ms. Cecilia G. Cabusas and HRAD Admin Assistant, Ms. Floradel Javonillo.


Volume 1 Number 29
July – September 2015 Issue

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