Implementation of KaltaSSS Collect Program continues in the City Government of Panabo.

Mayor Jose E. Relampagos agreed to continue the KaltaSSS Collect Program for job order personnel in the City Government of Panabo through a MOA signing between the LGU and SSS through Mindanao SSS Division Head Rizalito Albert C. De Leon together with SSS Panabo Branch Manager Alnora Y. Presbitero and Maren Estrella on Feb. 18, 2020 at the Mayor’s Conference Room.

Job Order Personnel will no longer line up on any SSS Offices to pay for their contribution since the LGU will be responsible for remitting their monthly contribution through salary deduction scheme. SSS member can avail many benefits such as sickness, maternity, disability, retirement, death, funeral and salary loan benefits where a member-borrower must have a 36 posted monthly contribution, 6 of which should be within the last 12 months prior to the month of filing of application.

The program, dated back in January 2015, is pursuant to the Sangguniang Panlungsod Resolution No. 441, Series of 2014, which ties the LGU and the SSS in implementing the Expanded SSS Self-Employed Program.

On January 2015, according to the Human Resource Management, the LGU started the SSS contribution thru payroll deduction with 591 Job Order Personnel, 632 JO in 2016, 722 JO in 2017, 805 JO in 2018 and 900 JO in 2019 where the LGU of Panabo received the Best KaltaSSS Collect-LGU from the Social Security System on September 23, 2019 conferred at Davao City.

City Mayor Jose E. Relampagos is looking forward to a good partnership with SSS in the years to come and assured that they will work hand in hand to provide the benefits of the employees.

Also present on the MOA signing are City Legal Officer Atty. Chervin C. Paculanang, Secretary to the Sangguniang Lorlyn M. Verallo, CHRMO Henry M. Esparagoza, CEO Engr. Bernardo C. Rabanoz Jr., CSWDO Chareina Joy G. Laquin, CGSO Madera M. Bautista, CEEMDO Nemesio L. Rasgo, CBO Joven M. Sepe, CHO Alage Rose A. Hechanova, CTO Kirk B. Samillano, CCRO Evelyn A. Somozo, CASSO Nancy R. Llana, and CAO Mylene M. Hermosora.

(M.Urdaneta) (Photo:RJ Oring)

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