The Social Security System (SSS) formally opened its newly-renovated Makati-Gil Puyat Branch located at the ground floor of Employee Compensation Commission Building along Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City on May 8.
SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel F. Dooc said the renovation of the SSS Makati-Gil Puyat Branch is part of the continuous commitment of SSS to provide better service to its members.
“With the growing number of members, we want to provide them with a more convenient place for their transactions and better facilities to cater to their needs with their SSS accounts,” said Dooc.
Situated in Makati’s Central Business District, the newly-upgraded branch caters to more than100,000 members and over 8,000 employers from four barangays namely: Bel-Air, Dasmariñas, Urdaneta, and Forbes Park.
As of March 2018, SSS Makati-Gil Puyat branch has an average daily transaction of over 17,000 with an average monthly collection of P151.40 million.
“We have also created additional tellering facilities to accommodate our paying members,” said Dooc.
Dooc led the inauguration and was joined by Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary and concurrent Social Security Commission ex-officio member Silvestre H. Bello III and other SSS officials, namely SSS Senior Vice President for NCR Operations Group Jose B. Bautista, SSS OIC-Vice President for NCR South Cristine Grace B. Francisco, and SSS Makati-Gil Puyat Branch Head Maria Rita S. Aguja.
“SSS Makati-Gil Puyat Branch has been committed in providing service to our members for more than 33 years now. We thank our dear employees for their dedication and patience in providing unrelenting service to our members,” said Dooc.
Categorized as a mega branch office, SSS Makati-Gil-Puyat offers wide array of services such as issuance of social security (SS) number, Employer ID number and certificate of registration; acceptance of contribution and loan payments; data capture services; issuance of Unified Multipurpose Identification (UMID) Card; and receipt of benefit and loan applications.
It has been a recipient of several recognitions, among them the 2015 CSC Excellence Rating Anti-Red Tape Act, 2014 PhilPost Recognition Award for Process Excellence, and 2017 Mobile Champion from Filmetrics.
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