PCIC Holds Tree-Planting Activity with Local Tribe in Zambales
Employees of the PCIC Head Office held a tree- planting activity in Subic, Zambales, in cooperation with members of Tribu Ambala. This is one of the ways the corporation fulfills its social responsibility.
“This activity is a chance for our employees to give back to the environment,” PCIC President Jovy Bernabe said. “Plus, trees prevent floodwaters from rising, helping us protect crops, fruits and vegetables sown by farmers.”
A total of 86 volunteers took part in the activity, including officers, personnel, and tribe members. Tribu Ambala’s team leader, Evlinda T. Ignacio, and other tribe members demonstrated the proper way of planting coffee trees. A total of 400 trees were successfully planted.
The activity, which is a joint project of PCIC and the SBMA Ecology Center, was held at El Kabayo Falls, Subic, Zambales on October 4, 2018.
After the activity, employees attended a Seminar on Enabling Mechanisms to Heighten Employees’ Performance. The seminar discussed ways to increase productivity, while keeping the well-being of employees in the workplace.
This was conducted by Ms. Maria Regina Pamela Rosales, Chief of the Human Resource Management Division, Administrative Department.