I. RECRUITMENT

The system of recruitment is departmentalized. The Department Head or Unit Head is the chairperson of the Recruitment Committee, otherwise known in school as the Personnel Evaluation Committee (PEC). As a recommendatory body, it provides to the Committee on Appointment an evaluation report of the applicants who are recommended to be hired. Once the Committee on Appointment approves the recommendation of the PEC, the department head will inform the successful applicants.

The system of recruitment is departmentalized. The Department Head or Unit Head is the chairperson of the Recruitment Committee, otherwise known in school as the Personnel Evaluation Committee (PEC). As a recommendatory body, it provides to the Committee on Appointment an evaluation report of the applicants who are recommended to be hired. Once the Committee on Appointment approves the recommendation of the PEC, the department head will inform the successful applicants.

II. BENEFITS

  1. Educational Benefits
    1. 100% tuition fee discount for regular employees children after their four(4) years of continuous service
    2. Doctoral and Masteral Studies Subsidy
    3. Loan
    4. Seminars and Trainings Subsidy
  2. Hospitalization Benefits
  3. Annual Physical Examination
  4. Expanded Maternity Benefits
  5. Vacation and Leave Benefits
  6. Service Award Gratuity (with cash incentive, certificates and plaques according to years of service of the employee)
  7. Retirement Benefits
  8. Emergency Loan Program
  9. Housing Loan Program (Assistance for Equity and House Improvement)
  10. Rice Subsidy
  11. Group Insurance Benefits (PERAA Optional Group Insurance)
  12. Institutional (Personnel) Uniform Subsidy

III. EMPLOYEES RELATIONS PROGRAM

    1. Labor Management Cooperation (LMC)

It is created by virtue of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).It has the following objectives:

    1. Foster labor management relations
    2. Encourage the labor management issues through conciliation
    3. Supplement the grievance process when necessary
  1. Well- Functioning Personnel Discipline Committee and Grievance Machinery
  2. Annual Socialization
  3. Departmentalized Recreational Activities
  4. Christmas Get-Together
  5. Employees Kids Socialization

IV. ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

  1. School Culture Building
    1. Retreats/ Recollection
    2. Annual Orientation
    3. Policies and Benefits Orientation
    4. Other Value Formation Activities (e.g. Gender Sensitivity Education Justice and Peace Education)
  2. Teambuilding Activities
  3. Strategic Assessment and Planning
  4. Organizational Structure
  5. Performance Evaluation/ Appraisal

V. TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

In today’s global economy and competition for talent, the Training and Development Program has become an important vehicle for developing and keeping talented personnel. Research findings provide evidence that organization depends largely on training and development program when competition for required talent is intense and findings qualified individuals are quite difficult and expensive.

The ever-increasing competitiveness among organizations has motivated ACD to design its Training and Development Programs.

The HRTD Program aims to develop and sustain knowledgeable, skilled, competent and dedicated personnel who will deliver the best services to his/her clients and to help the management meet the school’s strategic goals and objectives to improve organizational performance

Exposure and Immersion (E-I) Program

This is a program of the school in cooperation with the community partners committed to work for the liberation of the struggling masses of the society. The annual E-I which is conducted for a period of one week has paved the way for a strengthened solidarity with the poor of the employees since 1985.


Ivory Mae D. Canonio
HRD Assistant
Human Resource Development Office
Rm.114, Ground Floor, Queen of Prophets Bldg
Assumption College of Davao
J.P. Cabaguio Avenue, Davao City
Telephone Number: 225-0720 local 1031
hrdoacd@ymail.com

Application materials may be sent to the Office of the President address below:

Sr. Eufrocina L. Bandigan, m.a.
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
Ground Floor, Queen of Prophets Bldg
Assumption College of Davao
J.P. Cabaguio Avenue, Davao City
Telephone Number: 225-0720 local 1000