• 16February
    Medical Mission for Union Members and Families of Philex Mining Supervisory Employees Union and Philex Rank and File Employees Union, 16 Feb. 2019
  • 17February
    Trade Union Enrichment Seminar for Philex Rank and File Employees Union, 17 Feb. 2019
  • 18February
    Leadership Training and Basic Trade Unionism - United Filport Workers Union-ALU at Km11 Sasa port, Davao City, 18 February 2019
  • 21February
    Medical and Dental mission to United Filport Workers Union-ALU at Km11 Sasa port, Davao City, 21 February 2019
  • 22February
    Trade Union Fundamentals and Updates on Workers Benefits for Del Monte Philippines Inc.,Employees Union, at E.C. Canete Hall, 3rd Flr., ALU Bldg., Kauswagan National Highway, Cagayan de Oro City, 22 February 2019.
  • 22February
    Medical and Dental Mission to Delinanas Workers Union-ALU at Tulunan North Cotabato, 22 February 2019
  • 26February
    Focus Group Discussion to all officers and steward of United filport Workers Union-ALU at Km11 Sasa port, 26 February 2019
  • 28February
    Grievance Handling and Voluntary Arbitration to All officer and shop steward of Musahamat workers Union-ALU, 28 February 2019
  • 08March
    Trade Union Fundamentals and Updates on Workers' Benefits for newly regularized members of Del Monte Philippines Inc., Employees Union, at E.C. Canete Hall, 3rd Flr., ALU Bldg., Kauswagan National Highway, Cagayan de Oro City. 08 March 2019.

LATEST NEWS

19 February 2019
TUCP wants improved services with new SSS law
MANILA, Philippines - The country s largest labor group Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) is expecting the Social Security System to improve its services with the implementation of the SSS Rationalization Act. The group said workers expect improved SSS services as a result of the increase in monthly contribution. The implementation of the new SSS law will hopefully help improve the vast range of services the system provides to its members, TUCP president Raymond Mendoza said.
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18 February 2019
Duterte: Labor shortage may compromise infrastructure program
MANILA, Philippines - The lack of skilled Filipino workers has caused delay in the realization of the touted Build, Build, Build program of the administration, with even President Duterte acknowledging the problem. Duterte said there are available jobs in the Philippines under his term, but there is a lack of qualified workers to fill the requirements of companies involved in the government’s infrastructure projects.
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18 February 2019
Govt must train 30,000 construction workers annually to meet demand
THE government must increase its number of newly trained construction workers by an average of 30,000 per year to meet increasing industry demands. This after the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) estimated the construction industry would continue to generate thousands of jobs up to 2022. If you look at the net employment generated in the construction sector, demand has been growing at more than 100,000 per year, DOLEs Bureau of Local Employment (BLE) Director Dominique R. Tutay said.
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18 February 2019
Slavery, exploitation: Senate bets promise to stop endo
MANILA – Nine senatorial aspirants said Sunday they would push for new legislation or amend existing laws to stop endo or contractualization in labor. Three years into President Rodrigo Duterte s 6 year term, the labor department released new guidelines on stop endo or hiring workers in 5 month long cycles at a time to avoid granting them regular status. Opposition senatorial candidate Samira Gutoc likened contractualization to slavery with no certain ending.
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18 February 2019
TUCP: Wage hike will help solve shortage of construction workers
The country s largest labor group on Friday said a P300 wage hike will help solve the shortage of construction workers. In a statement, Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) President Raymond Mendoza attributed the lack of new workers in the construction industry to low pay. The TUCP is also proposing to raise the minimum wage for construction workers from the current minimum of P500 a day to a minimum P800 a day, Mendoza said.
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15 February 2019
House commends Bello pro worker programs
A resolution has been filed in the House of Representatives expressing the sense of Congress in support of Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III. About 90 congressmen signed House Resolution 2479 commending Bello for his able leadership of the labor department, and in overseeing pro-worker programs of the government. Under Secretary Bello leadership, DOLE programs and projects are felt by the Filipino workers in the country and overseas, read the resolution filed just as Congress went on recess last week.
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