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Central Luzon Wage Board honors 8 hotel-resto firms for efforts on Service Quality
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO (P) – Some 8 hotel and restaurant firms operating within different parts of Central Luzon over the weekend were bestowed with the Service Quality (SQ) Seal of Recognition.
The firms, recognized for their efforts in fostering Service Quality to their clients, were honored by the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board (RTWPB) 3 or Regional Wage Board.
DOLE Regional Director Atty. Ana Dione said that the SQ Seal of Recognition is given to firms which successfully implemented and sustained the SQ Productivity Improvement Program (SQ-PIP).
“The SQ-PIP of the National Wages and Productivity (NWPC) focuses on quality improvement management system towards an “error-free” service of an enterprise to its clients by inculcating a culture of client-centric attitude among its workforce,” Dione explained, adding:
“We are hopeful that the triumph of our awardees will serve as a benchmark for other firms to follow in the implementation of SQ-PIP initiatives towards customer satisfaction.”
Dione, who chairs the Regional Wage Board, reported to Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III that some 21 company representatives of the 8 awardee-firms were in attendance.
The first 3 SQ Seal of Recognition recipients hailing from Bataan province include The Plaza Hotel and Cielo’s Garden Restaurant from Balanga City and Saverde Coffee Shop of Abucay town.
The next 3 firms hailing from Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija include Adrian’s Catering Services, De Luxe Hotel and Restaurant, and Microtel Inn and Suites by Wyndham.
The last remaining 2 firms hailing from Tarlac province are Sun Garden Hotel from Tarlac City and Vessie-Edwin Food Resort of Capas town.
Present to hand over the awards are Wage Board Vice Chairman Severino Santos, RTWPB-3 Board Secretary Romeo Opis, and Board Members Marco Nepumuceno, Edgar Ventura and Raul Remodo.
Microtel Resident Manager Estelita Budomo, on behalf of other co-awardees, thanked the Regional Wage Board and assured their continuous commitment in implementing the SQ-PIP.
“We would like to thank the RTWPB-3 for this recognition and rest assured that we will remain committed in improving our ways in providing genuine Service Quality to our clients,” Budomo said.

END/Jerry Borja with reporting from the RTWPB-3



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