Friday, 04 October at The Sheraton Manila Bay — The National Wages Productivity Commission of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE-NWPC) recognized Coffee For Peace as National Winner — Service, Micro Establishment in their 2019 Productivity Olympics.

The Productivity Olympics is a national competition of best productivity practices of micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) nationwide. This is organized by the DOLE-NWPC in coordination with all its Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Boards (RTWPBs). Its objectives are: (a) to intensify national awareness and commitment to quality and productivity; and, (b) to showcase the best productivity improvement practices.

Lakan Sumulong, DreamWeaver at PBCI-CFP Family, was monitoring the event while in his office in Davao. “What this says basically,” he said, “is that, Coffee for Peace, as far as DOLE-NWPC is concerned, is one of the best employers in the country. And particularly,” he adds, “CFP, among the Micro Establishments in the Service Industry, is the nation’s best!”

The Award was received by our CEO Joji Pantoja, accompanied by our corporate officers in Manila, Bennette Grace Mañulit and AJ Moldez.

Congratulations to CEO Joji Pantoja and her team — Tala Alngag Bautista, Sihaya Ansibod, Mary Selorio, Edna Pantoja, Bennette Grace Tenecio Mañulit, Aj Moldez, D.B. Pantoja, Wanay S. Baluyan, June Moya Rojo, Clay Rojo, Sam Bautista, Mariecris Sacote, Annie Delaw Catau, Eduard Malones Brandia, BabeRista Hope, Jotham Pranza, Fred Abelitado, and the whole PBCI-CFP tribe!

Photos by AJ Moldez and Bennette Grace Maniulit