• 19July
    Leadership training seminar to all Shopstewards of Kilusang Manggagawa ng Tboli Workers Union, held at Tboli South Cotabato. 19 July 2019
  • 20July
    Mitsumi Phils. Shop Stewards Seminar and Team building. July 20-21, 2019
  • 20July
    Philex Rank and File BTU-LST-LMC Seminar. July 20-21, 2019
  • 20July
    Shop Stewards Seminar on Leadership and Grievance Handling and Basic Gender Sensitivity at Mariveles, Bataan, 20-21 July 2019
  • 23July
    Solid Cement APSOTEU Labor Education Seminar Batch 2, July 23-25, 2019

LATEST NEWS

18 July 2019
Business groups urge veto of Security of Tenure bill
MANILA, Philippines-A broad coalition of business groups yesterday urged President Duterte to veto the Security of Tenure (SOT) bill and instead modernize labor regulations to suit the needs of labor intensive industries. In a joint statement, the groups argued anew that the bill is already made redundant by existing laws that protect workers from illegal contractualization. It also goes against the constitutional rights of businesses to contract labor as part of their management prerogative, they said.
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18 July 2019
Govt signs implementing rules for Ease of Doing Business law
MANILA-Officials of the Department of Trade and Industry along with the Anti Red Tape Authority (ARTA) on Wednesday signed the implementing rules and regulations of the Ease of Doing Business law. The IRR was signed over a year after the Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act of 2018 or Republic Act 11032, was signed into law in May last year. RA 11032 amends the Anti Red Tape Act of 2007. The law, which aims to make government transactions faster, is expected to be fully implemented within the next 2 years with the signing of the IRR, ARTA Deputy Director General Ernesto Perez said during the ceremony.
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16 July 2019
Free govt documents for first time job seekers to cost P3B in lost revenue
THE DEPARTMENT of Labor and Employment (DoLE) said the government stands to lose P3 billion in revenue due to a new law that waives fees for official documents needed by first time job seekers, but added that it views such lost revenue as an investment in ensuring that talented people have equal access to the workforce. On Thursday, DoLE signed the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of Republic Act No. 11261 or The First Time Job Seekers Act. The law exempts first time job seekers from paying for government documents and clearances typically required by employers. President Rodrigo R. Duterte signed the legislation last April 10. DoLE estimates that 1.3 million first time job seekers will benefit from the law each year.
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15 July 2019
DoLE taps UP to study regional wage setting system
THE Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) will partner with the University of the Philippines to study the current wage setting system after receiving calls to abolish the wage boards. Labor Assistant Secretary Joji V. Aragon told reporters that the study will be conducted by the National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC) in collaboration with the UP School of Economics. The study will focus on analyzing the current system of salary determination, under which the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Boards (RTWPB) are responsible for issuing wage orders.
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8 July 2019
DOLE open to 14th month pay
The labor department has reiterated its openness to the proposed bill requiring the grant of 14th month pay to employees in the private sector. Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III on Tuesday said that DOLE has to study the proposed bill to consider the interest of the labor and management, as well as its impact to the countrys economic stability. We support anything that benefits our workers and their families. However, we must ensure that the proposal will not cause imbalance between the needs of labor and the capability of employers. We must study it very well, Bello said.
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3 July 2019
Employers sound alarm on automation for skills upgrading
EMPLOYERS said it is an urgent matter for companies to invest in upskilling employees, noting that low skill and medium skill professions are at risk from automation. In an interview with BusinessWorld, Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECoP) Director General Jose Roland A. Moya said establishments should take the initiative to reskill and upskill their workers, which are helpful to the workers as they keep afloat amid digitization risks in the work force. A work force trained for the future will also be key in meeting company objectives. There is a need for employers to invest in life long learning… and enterprise based training… It is a good investment because skills development is the core of any development efforts of the company, he said.
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PHOTOS 

108th International Labor Conference 2019

 

 

ALU @ 65

 

 

Congratulations Juan Wing Association of the Philippines-ALU for winning the Certification Election

 

 

 

#166, TUCP Party-list 

 

 

Senators Poe, Drilon and Zubiri in full support of VBC franchise renewal application, 25 January 2019.

 

 

The Union Officers and Members of our newly organized Cebu Integrated Arrastre Baseport Workers' Union-ALU have unanimously agreed to support the TUCP Partylist, 25 January 2019

 

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