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RO CORE 2018 OPCR SUCCESS INDICATORS - MONITORING
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CORE INDICATORS (80%)ENCODINGVALIDATION/ MONITORING to secure/ submit supporting docs RO TARGET TOTALRATE1ST QUARTER ACCOMP2ND QUARTER ACCOMP3RD QUARTER ACCOMP4TH QUARTER ACCOMPSTRATEGIES/ACTIVITIESTIMELINESRESOURCESPERSONS RESPONSIBLEREFERENCES
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OUTCOME 1: EMPLOYABILITY OF WORKERS AND COMPETITIVENESS OF MSMES ENHANCED
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7% – 8% increase in SPES beneficiaries graduated from Tech-Voc or College Courses (2015 baseline)[rate here]7% - 8%86.01%Mandatory implementation of RA 10691, Department Order No. 175January - DecemberTravel ExpensesRuby B. CarrascoDO 175-17
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Attendance to PESO Meeting; visit to LCEs & SP/Bs, JPOOnce every month or as the need arisesTravel ExpensesMarnie S. Eballes
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No. of SPES beneficiaries graduated from Tech- Voc or College CoursesFOsTSSD-Dave06210000035035058605860000To device tracer as part of monitoring activitiesJanuary - DecemberCommunication Allowance
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Logistic support in terms of equipment, supplies and materials, trainingsJanuary - December
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2015 Baseline data (669)722
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76% placement rate of youth assisted under JobStart Philippines[rate here]76%062.11%Intensify advocacies to compliant private establishmentsJanuary - DecemberRuby B. CarrascoRA 10869 - JobStart Law
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Close coordination and monitoring with partner employers, PESOs, Field Offices and TESDAJanuary - DecemberJemeia Mae Eslabon
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No. of youth placed under JobStart PhilippinesFOsTSSD-Jem2950000002072070880880000
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No. of youth assisted under JobStart Philippines4750
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81% placement rate of qualified jobseekers[rate here]81%093.71%Lobby to LCEs for the institutionalization of PESO 1st - 3rd QuarterComunication AllowanceRuby B. CarrascoRA 8759
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Strengthen Career Guidance Network ICT and office suppliesMarnie S. EballesDO 157-16
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No. of job seekers placedFOsTSSD-Kathleen741381106791582414226399826127428513310819151112670204180000Continuous linkage with TESDA, PESO, industries and strengthen partnership with LGUsPer Diem, Fare and Meals during travels
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Recognition of Employer'sDecember
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Logistic support in terms of equipment, supplies and materials, trainings/capacity building of implementersJanuary - December
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No. of Jobseskers refered for placementFOsTSSD-Kathleen7911212171983329342493810202134119208328219700116530213530000
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EMPLOYMENT FACILITATION
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Youth Employability14,390 youth assisted
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SPESSPES - 14,390FOsTSSD-Dave143661153180.27%05234864553486287410289551605011560000Engagement of DOLE XII with money remittance service provider for efficient and effective payment of salaries of beneficiariesVenue for Meetings - Food and Travel AllowanceRuby B. CarrascoDO 175-17
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SPES Pledging/To invite private establishments for pledging sessionJanuary - DecemberFood/Venue & Travel AllowanceMarnie S. Eballes
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Conduct of advocacy activities and/or SPES advertisements, promotionJanuary - DecemberFood/Venue & Travel Allowance
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Conduct FO Heads and Focal Quarterly MeetingsQuarterlyFood/Venue & Travel Allowance
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RO-TSSD Program manager to attend Provincial/City PESO MeetingsJanuary - DecemberTravel Expenses
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Support activities to Field OfficesJanuary - DecemberTravel Expenses
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Logistic support in terms of equipment, supplies and materials, trainings/capacity building of implementersJanuary - DecemberCommunication Allowance
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JobstartJOBSTART (LST Enrolees) - 100NCFOTSSD-Jem100100100000000010001000000Mass information dessimination thru text, social media, radio and testimonies of previous JobStart beneficiariesConduct the following:
1. Mass information dessimination thru PESO - April 2018 to May 2018
2. Registration - May 21-25, 2018
3. Alternate activities due to the movement of the date of LST - July 2018 until August 2018
4. Tag chosen beneficiaries in the PEIS who'll be enrolled under LST - 5 days before the conduct of LST
1. Comunication Allowance
2. ICT and office supplies
3. Per Diem, Fare and Meals during travels
Ruby B. Carrasco1. RA 10869 - JobStart Law 2. DO 179-17 IRR of RA 10869 JobStart Act 3. IEC Materials (Brochure, Booklets and AVPs) 4. Advisory No1 re JobStart PH Program Funding Support under 2017 GAA 5. BLE Advisory No. 2 re: Guidelines on the Implementation of Employer Engagement, Registration, Life Skills Training, and Technical Training and Internship in the additional 18 PESOs for wave 2017 6. JobStart Advisory No. 3-18 also known as Duties and Responsibilities of the GAA-Covered DOLE Regional Offices (ROs) and Public Employment Service Offices (PESOs) in the conduct of 10-Day Life Skills Training 7. JobStart Training Plan Review Process
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Conduct intensive screening during registration phase to provide opportunities to committed at risk youth beneficiaries.
Jemeia Mae C. Eslabon
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Closely monitor and coordinate with PESO, FO and LST Provider regarding the progress of the trainees during the conduct of Life Skills Training. Conduct the following:
1. Life Skills Training - Tentative Schedule: August 27-31 to September 3-7, 2018
2. Mini Job fair - on the 10th day of Life Skills Training
3. Provision of feedback forms and doing analysis - after Life Skills Training and Mini Job Fair
1. Comunication Allowance
2. ICT and office supplies
3. Per Diem, Fare and Meals during travels
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Job Serch Assistance
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Public Employment Service100,000 qualified jobseekers referrred for placementFOsTSSD-Dave1000007911279.11%12171983329342493810202134119208328219700116530213530000Close coordination and monitoring with Field Offices and PESOsJanuary - DecemberVenue Food and accomodationRuby B. CarrascoRA 8759
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PESO Basic Employment Service TrainingSeptember 24-25, 2018Transportation ExpensesMarnie S. EballesDO 157-16
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Attendance to PESO Meeting; visit to LCEs & SP/Bs, JPOJanuary - December
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Close Cooperation with TESDAJanuary - December
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Labor Market Information311,270.00 individuals reachedFOsTSSD-Edward31127021442668.89%282332818724735811552266727947141426475636415321000685150000Use of updated data on labor and employment statisticsJanuary - DecemberOffice equipment, supplies and materialsRuby B. Carrasco
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Engagement with schools thru career guidance networkJanuary - DecemberCommunication AllowanceEdward Mario C. Mondejar
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Sustained partnership thru networking and linkagesJanuary - DecemberPer diems, fare, meals during travel
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Conduct of seminars, orientation, career advocacy congress stakeholder
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Use of quad media for widest dissemination
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Logistic support in terms of equipment, supplies and materials, trainings/capacity building of implementersJanuary - December
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National Skills Registry Program (NSRP)10 LGUs trained/re-oriented on NSRPFOsTSSD-Edward 10 21210.00%000002102100000000Closely Monitor and coordinate with PESO and FO to select target LGUs for training/re-orientation.January - DecemberCommunication AllowanceRuby B. Carrasco
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Reachout to LGUs,BGUs, or PGUs who needed training/re-reorientationJanuary - DecemberBudgetEdward Mario C. Mondejar
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Orientation tools
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Productivity Toolbox
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MSMEs per RBs assisted750 MSMEs provided with training/orientation services903120.40%191041913142359803338816802560000
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- 520 MSMEs provided with orientation617118.65%081160241120001208816802560000
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- 230 MSMEs provided with training286124.35%1923317311598021300000000
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- 50% of MSMEs trained with PIP/Action Plan implemented18100000000181001810000
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- Productivity Improvement Programs/Actions Plan of 10 MSMEs-beneficiaries documented42420.00%000000000420420000
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- 50 MSMEs provided with technical assistance on designing/formulation of producitivity/ performance-based, incitentives scheme59118.00%13271454000005050000
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10% of MSMEs assistaed with productivity based pay incentives shcemes installed but not less than 5 MSMEs00000000000000000
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100% of participants who rated training services as satisfactory or better[rate here]100%100.00%100%100%100%100.00%100%100%#DIV/0!100.00%#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!
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No. of surveyed beneficiaries who rated satisfactory or better651364979164249238048700000000
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Total No. of surveyed beneficiaries651364979164249238048700000000
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OUTCOME 2: PROTECTION OF WORKERS' RIGHTS AND MAINTENANCE OF INDUSTRIAL PEACE ENSURED
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70% compliance rate of establishments[rate here]TSSD-OliverTSSD-Paul70%GLS - 79.9%; OSHS - 78.1%GLS - 64.01%; OSHS - 100%; SOT - 78.72%Strict implementation of DO 183-17 & DO 174-17January - DecemberLabor Inspection Forms, Office Supplies, Tablets, DOLE 12- LATS Database/BWC MIS DatabaseRuby B. CarrascoDO 183-17
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Provision of related reading materialsJanuary - DecemberJemeia Mae C. EslabonDO 174-17
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Provision of templates as guides for the formulation and implementation of company policy/programsJanuary - DecemberOliver B. Sespeñe
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Intensify labor laws advocacies/ Promotion of labor law compliance among business and industry groupsJanuary - December
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Logistic support in terms of equipment, supplies and materials, trainings/capacity building of implementersJanuary - December
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77% Settlement Rate (SEnA)[rate here]67.15%Strict observance of DO 107-10 especially on timeline and DO 151-16January - DecemberOffice SuppliesRuby B. CarrascoDO 107-10
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Attendance Skills Enhancement for SEADO/ Conduct re-orientation/capacity building on Department Orders related to conduct of SEnA1st QuarterChristine BernabeDO 151-16
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No. of RFAs settled within 30 days from date of filingTSSD-Paul370571221913705678301645360410000Conduct learning session/capacity-building to SEADOs on SEnA reports preparationFebruary
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Conduct conciliation/mediationJanuary - December
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No. of RFAs handled55110818026355190126352515640690000Logistic support in terms of equipment, supplies and materials, trainings/capacity building of implementersJanuary - December
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Enforcement Rate of decision/orders on:[rate here]90%#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!#DIV/0!Strict Observance on DO 140-03 as amendedJanuary - DecemberDO 140-03
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Tap other field offices to augment during the conduct of CertificationAs Schedule
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No. of Certification Election conductedMALSU-Atty. Jasmin00000000000000000
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No. of decisions/orders00000000000000000
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