Baguio has a Korean gov’t employee


BAGUIO CITY — Baguio City Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan during the Monday flag rites introduced to Baguio City Government employees a fellow public servant from South Korea who will work with them for a period of six months.

Domogan said Shin Hyun Mi is a government employee from the sister city of Taebaek, South Korea who has proven herself in public service. He said that she was first employed at the Taebaek National Forest Office. He added that she also worked at the Eastern and Gongju National Forest Office.

The mayor said that Mi worked at the Civil Service Division, then at the Culture and Tourism Office and the Economic Policy Division of the Taebaek City Hall.

Domogan said that under the Exchange Employee Program (EEP) of sister cities Baguio and Taebaek, Mi will serve and be employed in the city for half a year. For her first month, the mayor said she will undergo familiarization and orientation. On the second month, she will be with the City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO).

On the third month, she will be with the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO). She will be working with the City Hall’s Human resource Department on the fourth month while on the fifth month, she will be with the City Accounting Office. Mi on her last month will be with the City’s culture and tourism office.


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