• 15February
    Trade Union Enrichment Seminar for Candy Maker Employees Association, ALU Beach Resort, San Fabian, Pangasinan, 15-17 February 2018
  • 17February
    HBC Sirib and HBC Subasta, Leadership Training and Team Building Seminar, 17 February 2018
  • 20February
    Farming town Agro Developer Workers Union and Farming town Supervisory Office and Technical Employees APSOTEU, 101 Basic Unionism and Leadership Training. 20 February 2018
  • 10March
    Delmonte Employees Union, Leadership Training and Team Building Seminar, 10 March 2018

LATEST NEWS

15 February 2018
P500 buwanang ayuda sa kumikita ng minimum wage, inaaral na
Pinag-aaralan na ng isang grupo ng manggagawa, kasama ng ilang ahensiya ng gobyerno, ang pagbibigay ng P500 buwanang ayuda sa mga manggagawang sumasahod ng minimum wage para makaagapay sila sa epekto ng Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN.) Ayon sa Associated Labor Unions-Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (ALU-TUCP), iniutos ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte na busisiin ang pagbibigay ng subsidyo para sa mga empleyadong sapul ng pagtaas ng presyo ng mga bilihin at serbisyo bunsod ng TRAIN.
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13 February 2018
Drilon, Hontiveros meet labor leaders
Senate Minority Leader Franklin M. Drilon and Senator Risa Hontiveros hold a dialogue with leaders of the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines-Nagkaisa, representing various labor centers in the country, to discuss issues concerning ending labor contractualization, Monday, February 12, 2018. The two minority senators have vowed to push for legislative measures that seek to strengthen the security of tenure of employees in the private sector by prohibiting labor-only contracting and “end of contract” practice by employers. (PRIB Photo by Joseph Vidal/MJAM/12 February 2018)
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12 February 2018
Labor groups propose P500 monthly subsidy for minimum wage earners
President Rodrigo Duterte appeared receptive to the proposal raised by labor groups to provide a subsidy or voucher for minimum wage earners to help them cope with rising cost of living, according to Associated Labor Unions-Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (ALU-TUCP). The subsidy proposal was among the issues brought up by labor leaders during their meeting with Duterte in Malacanang last Wednesday that focused on the issues of contractualization and wages.
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9 February 2018
ALU Mourns the Death of its Founding Leader Atty. Cecilio T. Seno
The Associated Labor Unions (ALU) announces, with deep sorry, the passing away of its chairman and one of its founding leaders, Atty. Cecilio (Ka Liling) Tolo Seno, on Tuesday, 6 February 2018, in Cebu City. His remains was transferred this morning, 8 February 2017 from St. Peter Memorial Home in Lorega San Miguel of the City to JSU-PSU Mariners Court, ALU-Vimcontu Welfare Center, Port Area, Cebu City. Atty. Seno was born 1 February 1923 in Liloan, Cebu. He just celebrated his 95th birthday. He finished Bachelor of Laws at the University of San Carlos in Cebu City and became lawyer. His spouse Perla Ruiz Seno passed away several years ago.
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9 February 2018
WHAT WENT BEFORE: Duterte promise to end contractualization
During the third and last debate among presidential candidates in April 2016, then Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte promised to end contractualization. The moment I assume the presidency, contractualization will stop . . . The problem is after six months, companies will not pay employees their bonuses and even their 13th month pay, he said in Pangasinan province.
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6 February 2018
Labor groups call on Duterte to fulfill his promise on contractualization
A day before their meeting with President Rodrigo Duterte, labor groups called anew on the Chief Executive to make good on his promise to stop contractualization by issuing an executive order. Its about time the President makes good on his vow to end contractualization and stay true to his commitment to us during our last dialogue on Labor Day to issue an Executive Order to fulfill this promise, KMU and Nagkaisa! said in a joint statement. Nagkaisa! is the largest labor coalition in the country with over 40 trade union centers, labor federations and workers’ associations, while KMU is described as the genuine, militant and anti-imperialist national labor center.
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