“Even ordinary Dabawenyos can become heroes — a government official, a police officer, a teacher, a traffic enforcer, an overseas Filipinos worker, a ‘kasambahay’, a father, a mother, everyone.”
The Department of Labor and Employment, through the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, has formally opened the One-Stop Service Center for OFWs or the OSSCO to streamline government services that cater to the needs of OFWs on Monday, August 15.
More than 30,000 teachers in Davao region will be receiving additional benefits after the Department of Education and the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT-Teachers) signed a Collective Negotiation Agreement (CNA) “for the democratic rights” of the teachers in the whole Region XI on Friday, August 5.
President Rodrigo Duterte said that he will go after employers who will continue with the practice of contractualizing workers.
The independent think tank, Ibon Foundation, frowned on the new career guidance program dubbed as “JobsFit” of Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) to address the youth unemployment here in the country.
Workers of a Japanese-owned company Sumifru aired their dismay over the stalled Collective Bargaining Agreement for two years.
National labor center Kilusang Mayo Uno said the dismissed workers of the Japanese-owned fruit company here were left with no choice but to fight and put up the strike which paralyzed the company’s operation on May 25.
A total of 17,284 local and overseas job vacancies will be up for application in the Kalayaan Job Fair 2016 on Sunday, June 12.
Incoming labor undersecretary Joel Maglunsod said the talks between labor center Kilusang Mayo Uno and Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte should continue.
The word war heats up between the striking workers of a Japanese company here and the city’s vice mayor.