Clark corporation chief underscores global competitiveness-A A +A
Friday, January 4, 2013
CLARK FREEPORT -- Newly appointed Clark Development Corporation (CDC) president Arthur Tugade has stressed global competitiveness among employees of the state-owned corporation.
During the flag-raising ceremonies Wednesday, Tugade told CDC officials and employees that there are three traits effective in making the state-owned firm to globally competitive.
Tugade urged all CDC officers and rank and file employees to always smile while in the office and in accepting visitors, investors, government officials and other personalities.
He said smiling helps improve the quality of service of every CDC employees to clients and visitors who visit or transact business with various offices in the state-owned firm, even to ordinary people who are visiting Clark.
He said the life and blood of CDC are the investors who come to CDC offices. “Our task is to assist them by providing our utmost services with smile.”
Tugade also wants to impose the importance of punctuality, saying that ‘time is precious’ especially in the nature of work in CDC.
He also discouraged CDC officers and employees to refrain from accepting “gifts” from locators or applicants. Accepting gift in any form, according to Tugade, is prohibited during his watch.
Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on January 05, 2013.