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    ASETUC 8th Regional Tripartite Social Dialogue 18-19 October 2017, Century Park Hotel
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    Regional Training Workshop 25-27 October 2017, Cagayan de Oro City


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18 October 2017
Kampanya ng Pilipinas laban sa child labor, pinapurihan ng US Labor Department
Sa sunod-sunod na limang taon, nakatanggap ng papuri mula sa United States Department of Labor (US DOL) ang pamahalaan dahil sa makahulugang gawain nito na paigtingin ang kampanya para wakasan ang hindi magandang kalagayan ng mga batang manggagawa. Batay sa Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor Report ng USDOL, ang Pilipinas ang isa sa dalawa sa 23 bansa sa Asia-Pacific ang nakatanggap ng significant advancement rating, ang pinakamataas na antas sa isinagawang assessment. May kabuuang 135 bansa ang naka-profile sa nasabing report.
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13 October 2017
Epekto ng pagbabago sa tax ng manggagawa, pinag-aaralan ng DOLE
Kasalukuyang pinag-aaralan ng Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) ang mga posibleng epekto sa kita ng mga manggagawa ng panukalang pagbabago sa tax. Bumuo ng isang technical working group ang DOLE upang magsagawa ng mga konsultasyon, pulong, mga focus group discussion at iba pang kahalintulad na aktibidad upang kumalap ng rekomendasyon at panukala mula sa mga eksperto at iba’t ibang sektor kaugnay sa ipinapanukalang Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act na kasalukuyang tinatalakay sa Senado.
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13 October 2017
US labor dept cites PHs anti-child labor drive
For the fifth year in a row, the governments intensified efforts in eliminating worst forms of child labor was cited by the United States Department of Labor (US DOL) for its significant advancement. Based on Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor report of USDOL, the Philippines is one of the two out of 23 countries in Asia-Pacific to receive a significant advancement rating, the highest ranking in the conducted assessment. A total of 135 countries were profiled in the report.
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12 October 2017
PHL has highest incidence of part-time work in Asean
The Philippines has the highest percentage of part-time workers in Asean, again putting a spotlight on the need to improve labor rights and security in the country, just like the campaign promise of President Duterte to end contractualization, according to the International Labour Organization (ILO). Data obtained by the BusinessMirror from the ILO showed that 16.4 percent of workers in Philippine small and medium enterprises (SMEs) render less than 30 man-hours a week. The ILO noted that the practice of hiring part-time workers is common among firms engaged in industries that follow certain economic cycles, such as retail, agriculture, construction and tourism.
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12 October 2017
Despite sustained growth, PHL still lacks basics to hit upper middle-income status
Despite the countrys sustained growth of over 6 percent that made it a regional outlier for several years now, reaching upper middle-income status still requires the basics, such as efficient public transportation and better quality of education, according to an economist from the Asian Development Bank (ADB). In an e-mail to the BusinessMirror on Wednesday, Donghyun Park, ADB Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department principal economist, said this highlights the fact the Philippines is still a long way from achieving high-income status.
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11 October 2017
K-12 displaced workers get expanded DOLE aid
Teaching and non-teaching personnel of higher education institutions who lost their jobs with the implementation of the K to 12 program receive expanded assistance with the effectivity of a new order, the labor department announced over the weekend. Department Order No. 177 which takes effect on October 16 also raised the amount of financial support available to displaced HEI personnel. The new order supersedes DO 152-16 or the Guidelines in the Implementation of K to 12 DOLE Adjustment Measures Program.
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