Bank opens time kiosks at City Hall-A A +A
By JM Agreda
Thursday, September 27, 2012
CITY Government employees will now find it easier to log their time-ins and outs with the use of timekeeping kiosks provided by the Philippine Veterans Bank.
City officials led by Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Representative Bernardo Vergara and other local officials, together with Veterans Bank AVP Jesus Vicente Garcia, unveiled Monday some 40 units of timekeeping devices in addition to two existing ATM machines to help improve professionalism of city government employees.
The timekeeping devices were provided for free by the Philippine Veterans Bank to improve the delivery of services and productivity of employees as the city monitors their attendance real-time through automated monitoring.
Garcia said the kiosks provide a complete Human Resource information system using a combined barcode and fingerprint scanning technology making it easier to use for HR officers.
He added the timekeeping kiosks can generate customized reports and track employees’ ins and outs effectively. The bank will also provide free hardware and software maintenance.
With the recent issuance of All-in-one Veteran Teller ATM and ID with employees, they will be able to withdraw cash in the two ATMs inside City Hall for their financial requirements.
Other services may also be availed by City Hall employees including payroll balance inquiry, bills payment and mobile phone reloading while the ATM can also be used for purchases in establishing allowing point of sale transactions.
Other bank officials were also present in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on September 27, 2012.