24 May 2019


CSC Auditorium

Civil Service Commission Central Office

IBP Road, Batasan Hills, Quezon City


Php 2,500.00


Maria Desiree S. Bacsa-Mallo

931-4182 loc 301-305


Course Description:

HR Conversations is the Civil Service Institute's newest course offering. It is a one-day learning event that aims to strengthen the role of human resource management officers (HRMOs) as they perform a host of HR functions in the areas of recruitment, selection, and placement; learning and development; performance management; and rewards and recognition. HR Conversations aims to serve as a platform where HR practitioners can share latest trends and best practices and discuss common concerns and potential collaboration. Considering that HRMOs are the strategic partners of agency heads, enhancing their skills on a regular basis will facilitate the needed transformation towards strategic human resource and organization development. 

HR Conversations 

As CSI’s newest course, the HR Conversations will prioritize intervention on the area of Recruitment, Selection, and Placement System (RSPS) of the PRIME-HRM. This is drawn from the result of the online self-assessment of government agencies as of December 2018, where majority are below Level 2 in this area. The course will help deepen the understanding of HRMOs on process-defined (Level 2) RSP so they may, in turn, help their respective agencies in meeting higher RSP standards, and getting the right people for the right job at the right time.  

Target Participants:

We are inviting HR officials and employees from national government agencies, government-owned or controlled corporations, and state universities and colleges, especially from agencies that have not yet reached HR Maturity Level 2 in PRIME-HRM. 

Performance Objective:

To enable HRMOs to satisfy Level 2 requirements of PRIME-HRM in Recruitment, Selection, and Placement (RSP) System.  

Learning Objectives:

Specifically, by the end of the HR Conversations, participants are expected to:

  1.        Appreciate the value of process-defined recruitment, selection, and placement;
  2.        Identify PRIME-HRM’s RSP Level 2 common indicators which are difficult to comply with, and determine acceptable processes/practices aligned with the indicators;
  3.        Harvest strategies and best practices for possible replication; and,
  4.        Commit to review and enhance the RSP System in their respective agencies. 

Course Outline:

  •          Session 1: The Value of Process-Defined RSP
  •          Session 2: The “What’s” of Process-Defined RSP System of the PRIME-HRM
  •          Session 3: Best Practices from PRIME-HRM awardees
  •          Session 4: Recruitment, Selection, and Placement: The Case of Jobstreet.com
  •          Round Table Discussion

Note: A certificate of completion with eight (8) leadership and managerial training hours will be given to participants who have successfully completed the course. 

To register, please go to www.csi.csc.gov.ph.

Are you a government leader looking to brush up your skills? Join the Civil Service Institute's 2nd Quarter Leadership Series on 19 June 2019. 

Themed Values-Driven Leadership, the program will explore values and how these are manifested in one's quality of leadership. Values will also help leaders become more effective in decision-making, people engagement, and over-all organization improvement.

By the end of the program, participants will be able to:

a. appreciate values-driven leadership in the workplace which has an impact on decision-making and strategy formulation and implementation in the midst of challenging and unpredictable circumstances;

b. discuss core public service values for heightened individual and organizational performance; and

c. acquire best practices of values-driven leadership from varied organizations and select which among these are best fitted for their own leadership styles, approaches, and respective workplaces. 

This event will help leaders become servant-heroes by championing values-drive practices in the workplace. 

To register, click the link below: 




The Civil Service Commission (CSC) joins the nation in the 15th Women with Disabilities Day celebration with the theme, "Sabay-sabay, Pantay-pantay sa Pag-unlad ng mga Kababaihang May Kapansanan". #WalangIwanan
The observance aims to highlight the needs of Women with Disabilities among other marginalized groups, to lead and promote for societal reform geared toward their empowerment and full participation in all human endeavors.
The National Council on Disability Affairs leads the annual celebration.
The Civil Service Commission (CSC) joins the Philippine government in celebrating the 2019 Women's Month with the theme WE Make Change Work for Women. 
We recognize the unique and valuable contributions of women to good governance and nation-building, and their trailblazing achievements in different fields---military, culture and the arts, politics, education, health, agriculture, and other areas as vast and varied as government. 
We salute all men who support women's rights and shun discrimination and violence against women, and who influence their fellow men to actively take part in promoting gender sensitivity. 
We continue to build a gender responsive civil service that encourages diversity and inclusivity for true progress. 
Below is the CSC's Memorandum Circular on the 2019 NWMC: