Leadership training and Team Building Seminar- UBC/Sumifru Salaysay Workers Union-ALU-TUCP at ALU Conference Room, 3rd floor ALU-PSU Bldg. Davao City. 20 June 2019
Shop Stewards Seminar Mitsumi Phils. Workers Union, Mariveles, Bataan June 20-21, 2019
Trade Union Fundamentals and Leadership Seminar, Officers of NIASSI Employees Labor Union, Carmen, Agusan del Norte. June 23-24, 2019
Leadership training and Team Building Seminar- UBC/Sumifru Salaysay Workers Union-ALU-TUCP at ALU Conference Room, 3rd floor Alu-psu bldg. Davao City.(from June 20 move to June 26)
Leadership Training and Team Building to the Union Officers of Casino Espanol de Cebu-EU-ALU in Sirao, Cebu City. 27 June 2019
General Chemicals BTU-LST-LMC Orientation. 03 July 2019
Leadership training and Team building seminar to all officers of Mindanao Independent Labor Union of Lapanday -ALU-TUCP, held at North Cotabato, Arakan. 5 July 2019
Pearl farm Workers Union-ALU-TUCP. Seminar on 101 Basic trade unionism and CBA Negotiation Process, held at Pearl farm beach resort, Island garden City of Samal. 9 July 2019
Seminar on CBA Negotiation to the Union Officers of APO Cement Corporation-EU-APSOTEU to be held at the ALU-CVR Conference Room. July 10-11, 2019
Solid Cement APSOTEU Labor Education Seminar. July 11-13, 2019
Leadership training seminar to all Shopstewards of Kilusang Manggagawa ng Tboli Workers Union, held at Tboli South Cotabato. 19 July 2019
Mitsumi Phils. Shop Stewards Seminar and Team building. July 20-21, 2019
Philex Rank and File BTU-LST-LMC Seminar. July 20-21, 2019
Solid Cement APSOTEU Labor Education Seminar Batch 2, July 23-25, 2019
|24 June 2019
Online hiring rises 11percent in Q1 led by HR- MonsterJOB RECRUITMENT site Monster.com said online hiring activity in the Philippines increased 11 percent year on year, with each of the first three months posting successive month on month gains. According to the Monster Employment Index for the first quarter, the Philippines saw an 11 percent increase in online recruitment… with 3 percent, 6 percent and 2 percent month on month growth for January, February and March respectively. Monster said the recent passage of Republic Act 11165 or the Telecommuting Act, which lays down the rules for flexible work hours, helped boost online hiring.
|14 June 2019
Bilang ng Pilipinong walang trabaho, tumaasMahigit walong daang libong college graduates ang walang trabaho ayon sa Department of Labor and Employment. Halos isang milyon din ang walang trabaho kahit nakatuntong o nakapagtapos ng high school. Sa kabila ng 5.6percent GDP growth sa first quarter ng 2019, ayon sa dating Dean ng School of Labor and Industrial Relations ng University of the Philippines na si Rene Ofreneo, hindi ito nangangahulugan na umuunlad din ang sektor ng paggawa. Daing naman ng mga may trabaho, kulang pa rin ang kanilang sahod. Sa katunayan, itinutulak ng Trade Union Congress of the Philippines ang pagtataas ng minimum wage sa P1,245 kada araw mula sa P537. Pero ayon kay Department of Labor Director Dominique Tutay
|7 June 2019
Japan labor minister: Wearing high heels necessary in workplacesJapans labor minister indicated Wednesday he will not support a drive to ban dress codes that force women to wear high heels at work. Its generally accepted by society that (wearing high heels) is necessary and reasonable in workplaces, Health, Labor and Welfare Minister Takumi Nemoto said during a Diet committee session. His comments came after a group working against gender-based workplace discrimination submitted a petition with 18,800 signatures to the labor ministry on Monday calling for the government to ban companies from requiring women to wear high heels in the workplace, citing health and other issues.
|3 June 2019
Trade Union Leaders from Henan Federation of Trade Unions ChinaThe Henan Federation of Trade Unions came all the way from China to visit and to establish a friendly cooperation with the Associated Labor Unions. The trade union leaders from Henan Federation and ALU shared their union's advocacies, strategies, and projects. They also tackled the issues on the state of Filipino workers in China as well as Chinese workers here in the Philippines and committed to working together to improve the welfare of these workers.
|23 May 2019
Senate OKs Security of Tenure Bill to end endoVoting 15-0, the Senate approved on third and final reading Wednesday the bill seeking to eliminate the practice of endo or end of contract by employers and guarantee security of tenure of workers. Since the bill was considered as a priority and certified as urgent by President Rodrigo Duterte, the chamber immediately approved the bill after passing it on second reading. Under Senate Bill 1826, ambiguities in the Labor Code, which is the source of circumvention of some employers, would be removed. It would also:
|21 May 2019
Senate OKs flexitime billVoting 17-0, the Senate approved on third and final reading Monday a bill seeking to provide employees with alternative working arrangements, including a four-day work week and flexitime. Senate Bill No. 1571 amends Article 83 of the Labor Code by making an exception to the normal eight hours of work a day when the exigency of business operations requires the adoption of a mutually agreed voluntary work arrangement between the employer and the employee. Under the proposal, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits such as overtime pay and night shift differential.
Congratulations Juan Wing Association of the Philippines-ALU for winning the Certification Election
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