MPIC seeks to develop a human capital culture that values the depth and breadth of employee experience. We recognize the enormous value-creating opportunity in human capital resource management to transform MPIC into a sustainable growth engine toward a low-carbon economy.
MPIC S.A.G.I.P (Self-Assessment on General health Information Program)
MPIC IT and HR Teams collaborated to launch a Daily Health Check Platform called MPIC S.A.G.I.P to easily identify team members in need of healthcare assistance. This system allows employees to report on their daily health disposition – including body temperatures and other symptoms. When employees experience any form of symptoms, they are redirected to a page where they can request for tele-consultations and testing, as necessary. This platform also facilitates proper contact tracing for those who physically report to the office.
Code Light Bot
Launched in response to COVID-19, Code Light is an integrated communications-work-health tracker app built using Microsoft technology which releases timely COVID-19 related information and updates to Meralco employees. The app serves as a centralized system to keep Meralco attuned to its employees’ well-being.
Embracing Diversity and Equal Opportunities
To cope with the diverse challenges of our business, we cultivate diversity of work experience and expertise in our leadership teams.
As of 2020, MPIC’s total employees numbered 15,823. Despite the pandemic, our total employee count across all operating companies increased by 9% from the previous year.
Of the total workforce in all MPIC companies in 2020, 73% are male employees and 27% are female employees. We cater to the young generation as we see them as the next set of leaders and innovators of the MPIC group.
Occupational Health and Safety
Health and safety of all employees at MPIC involve the prevention of harm, injuries, sickness, and diseases, while at work or in their respective places of employment. Companyspecific Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Determining Control (HIRADC) policies and measures are in place in each of our operating companies given our diverse services and operations.
Employee Training and Development
We invest in employee training and development to enable our workforce to achieve our business goals sustainably and be responsive to our evolving needs and circumstances. We elevate their technical expertise to excel in their jobs, providing them with the knowledge and opportunities to move forward.
LRMC had a higher health and safety training record for 2020 due to the mandatory eight-hour OHS training of all employees as stipulated by DOLE. Around 85% of total employees took the training.
CAVITEX and NLEX both delivered online coaching sessions to their employees for better communication and reinforcement of leadership skills, even coming up with themed sessions like “Coaching in the New Normal” and “Live2Lead Webinar.”
With work shifting to a virtual setting, GBP and Meralco employees were trained on how to operate and navigate online meeting platforms and business leaders were briefed on mitigating risks to ensure continued operations.
Maynilad invested in expert coaching and other tools for organization leaders, helping them to improve staff performance which in turn boosted business performance. Managers went on extensive leadership training to enable them to translate strategy into operational reality.
At the MPIC Head Office, employees took development programs that equipped them with knowledge in fostering a culture of learning continuous improvement.
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