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14 October 2019
Work from home ipatupad na-Villanueva
Dapat na umanong ipatupad ng mga employer ang telecommuting o work from home scheme sa bansa para manatiling produktibo ang mga manggagawa. Ito ang panawagan ni Senador Joel Villanueva, chairman ng Senate labor committee sa gitna nang nangyayaring transportation crisis sa Metro Manila. We want to create more options for our employees to fulfill their duties while minimizing the need to go out of their homes and travel to their places of work, pahayag ni Villanueva sa isang statement.
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14 October 2019
DOLE warns vs. fake job offers on social media
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on Monday warned jobseekers against fake social media pages and accounts offering local and overseas jobs. DOLE issued the warnng after its Information and Publication Service (IPS) received a report from jobseeker who claimed to have discussed a local job opportunity with a certain Arthur Villena who allegedly working at DOLE. The jobseeker said she saw this job opportunity posted on DOLE Job Assistance Local and Abroad Facebook page with several other job offers in the local and overseas.
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11 October 2019
TUCP President and Cong. Raymond C. Mendoza is elected as a Titular Member of the ITUC-AP
TUCP President and Congressman Raymond Democrito C. Mendoza is elected as a Titular Member of the ITUC-AP Regional Council during the ITUC-AP Regional Conference held in Tokyo, Japan. TUCP Treasurer Espie Ocampo, and youth delegate Nicole Parreno were also elected as Titular Members of the Women’s and Youth committee respectively. The International Trade Union Confederation for the Asia Pacific region (ITUC-AP) is a representative of trade unions from countries in Asia and Oceania that strives for economic, social and political justice, in short, Decent Work, through trade union actions, on the basis of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) standards, UN Declarations and other international instruments.
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11 October 2019
TUCP demands aid for Isetann workers
The country s largest labor group has called on the government to extend assistance to the workers who were displaced with the recent closure of the Isetann Cinerama Complex in Manila. Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) President Raymond Mendoza directed his appeal to Manila Mayor Francisco Isko Moreno Domagoso, who issued a closure order on Wednesday for the mall for its noncompliance to Manila City ordinances. He said the development would likely affect employees, such as salesladies and rank and file who are covered by the no work, no pay policy.
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10 October 2019
Hike Citira aid for displaced workers-group
The country s largest labor group on Sunday demanded the allocation of more government funds for workers who may be displaced by the passage of a bill that mandates the rationalization of fiscal incentives. The Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) said the proposed P500 million government aid for workers that may lose their jobs due to the Corporate Income Tax and Incentives Rationalization Act (Citira) is too small. The P500 million yearly budget for Citira displaced workers is highly insufficient compared with the day to day expenses amid rising cost of living created by the TRAIN [Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion] law, said TUCP President Raymond Mendoza in a statement.
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