CLARK FREEPORT ZONE—The government-run Clark International Airport Corp. on Monday granted the P25,000 Collective Negotiation Agreement (CNA) incentives for each of the agency’s 114 employees.
CIAC President Aaron Aquino said CIAC distributed the incentives after the agency was able to comply with all the requirements of the Department of Budget and Management Circular No. 2020-05 or the Guidelines on the Grant of the Collective Negotiation Agreement Incentive for fiscal year 2020.
“Our successful Collective Bargaining Agreement with the CIAC labor union includes a mutually-agreed provision of strict cost-cutting measures in meeting the performance targets of the corporation, so the savings generated will be used for the incentives,” Aquino said.
The CIAC Board of Directors earlier approved the supplemental budget for the CNA incentives.
“This is a recognition of our personnel who are our most valuable asset, for accomplishing the agency’s performance targets for the past year in an efficient manner,” Aquino said.
CIAC employees under Aquino’s term were also given other benefits, especially during the height of the pandemic such as the periodic and free anti-Covid-19 tests, productivity enhancement and performance-based incentives, middle- and year-end bonuses, loyalty awards, and monetization of leave credits.
The CNA incentive is in recognition of “the government employees’ efforts in accomplishing performance targets at lesser cost, in attaining more efficient and viable operations through cost-cutting measures and systems improvement.”