Awards For Employees
Recognize and reward the good working habit and attitude of your employees then you will have a loyal winning team. This is the idea behind rewarding and awarding public and private employees advocated on every annual award giving bodies on every private and public companies in the Philippines.
But the most famous award giving bodies that awards and rewards public and private employees of the Philippines in the Philippines is the annual Ten Outstanding Young Employees of Metro Manila or popularly known in the Philippines as TOYEMM founded by Mr. Luis C. Buenaventura.
Actually TOYEMM was formerly known as TOYEM [with one M only] or as the Ten Outstanding Young Employees of Marikina (TOYEM) for a decade and a year or for eleven (11) years at Marikina city and in the Philippines, awarding Marikina employees but this 2011, it has been broaden to extend and widen the search and scope of its recognition on the good working habit of a young Filipino employee across the seventeen(17) cities and municipalities of Metro Manila. Thus, it becomes the Ten Outstanding Young Employees of Metro Manila (TOYEMM) and no more the Ten Outstanding Young Employees of Marikina (TOYEM).
The people of Marikina city were not bitter about the change of their own award giving body but duly accepted the consequential extension and widening of its search and scope and sphere of recognizing good young Filipino employees; for it only means that their own award system for young employees has been successful that their neighboring cities and municipalities or the whole Metro Manila have embraced and supported their own reward system as their own also.
The basic age requirement so that one could qualify for nominations aside from good working habits one exemplifies on the workplace and aside from being a resident of Metro Manila, is that one should be as young as 18 to 30 years of age in order to qualify for nominations, whether the young employee works as a permanent employee, part-time employee or contractual employee as long as he or she works at the following ten (10) categories for nominations:
(2) Religious/Civic/Non-profit Organizations
(4) Small and Medium Scale Enterprises
(7) Food Service
(8) Medical/Healthcare Enterprise
(9) Government Service
(10) Bank/Financial Services
Yes, one young awardees for every category will be awarded; Thus, Ten Outstanding Young Employees Awardees. The nominee should be able to attend the awards night or the “Gabi ng Parangal” Award Night on October 28, 2011 at Hotel Intercontinental Manila.
This year theme is: The Challenge of Consistency and Dependability in the Workplace “The March of Icons”