Month: January 2017

Be the media!

Our team provides Philippine and Asean labor advocates with labor news and social media and communications training.

We also boost labor stories and campaigns to a main stream audience via our affiliates media networks.

January 28, 2017 Views

Faremo garment closure, a “runaway shop”

“And tawag sa ganitong taktika ay runaway shop, ibig sabihin, palalabasin ng management na lugi sila at magsasara tapos itatayo ulit nila ang kumpanya na naka-rehistro na sa ibang pangalan pero parehas pa rin ang may-ari,” Audita said.

January 19, 2017 Views

PMAA urges Filipino working class, be the media!

“Their only hope is the web and social media. That’s why we are teaching them to report on their on plight, on their own situation to tell everybody about their situation their grievances and their struggles. Workers news from the workers themselves, we always tell them do not hate on the media, that’s their job, they have their limitation, with social media you can be the media,” Jim Libiran said. People’s Media Advocacy, Asia

January 16, 2017 Views

Labor groups support the SSS program to run after delinquent employers

In the report released by SSS Senior Vice President Voltaire Agas said at least there are about 34,000 employer’s that are being charged for non-remittance of SSS contribution amounting to P1.4 billion. He said delinquent employers are liable for “a fine of not less than Five thousand pesos (P5,000.00) or more than Twenty thousand pesos (P20,000.00), or imprisonment for not less than six (6) years and one (1) day or more than twelve (12) years, or both, at the discretion of the court.

January 16, 2017 Views

Employers challenging the Duterte Administration

Mahalia Casiraya Bertillo in her facebook account said that Fontana workers “are mere victims for these unfortunate events involving the owner (Jack Lam) of this business and some greedy politicians who lick the President by ordering the immediate closure of casino without any due process.”

January 10, 2017 Views

Pearl Island Commercial Corp. welcomes 2017 by terminating regular employees

“Pearl Islands is not losing revenues. It is doing good and prospering in the market. It is a supplier of food paper products like food wrappers for Jollibee, KFC, Max, Dunkin Donut, Windy’s, Andoks and other food chains. It has a workplace at 37 Igdalig st. corner Mauban st. Quezon city,” Atty Matula explained.

January 8, 2017 Views

No D.O yet–Sec. Bello

“We urge Secretary Bello to facilitate a dialogue with the President and we will ask him to issue an Executive Order and certify House Bill 4444 or the “MENDOZA WORKERS BILL” authored by Rep. Raymond Mendoza, TUCP Partylist. The bill aims to strengthen the security of tenure,” Edralin added.

January 6, 2017 Views
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