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[Statement] Labor Yearender: PAL-PALEA settlement to impact on labor relations -PM

Labor Yearender: PAL-PALEA settlement to impact on labor relations

Undoubtedly the biggest labor story for the year was the settlement of the long-running dispute between… 657 more words

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[Press Release] Palm oil workers scores victory, 293 casuals now back to work -CTUHR

Palm oil workers scores victory, 293 casuals now back to work

After almost a year of painstaking struggle, the 293 unjustly dismissed workers of Filipinas Palm Oil Plantation Inc. 465 more words

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[Press Release] DIGITEL Employees - to protest anew at different business offices Geared for hunger strike! -DEU

DIGITEL Employees – to protest anew at different business offices Geared for hunger strike!

DIGITEL Employees are back at different DIGITEL Offices and exchanges on the first day or April to protest against the non-issuance of the… 535 more words

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[Press Release] On the 11th death anniversary of Ka Popoy: Labor party revives campaign for reforms beyond impeachment of high officials

The Partido ng Manggagawa (Labor Party-Philippines) made the commemoration of the 11th death anniversary of its founding hero, Filemon “Ka Popoy” Lagman, an occasion to revive labor’s campaign for reforms beyond the impeachment of the country’s high officials. 415 more words

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[Statement] CHURCH LABOR CONFERENCE Statement of Support to the Struggle of the PALEA and the Filipino Workers

CHURCH LABOR CONFERENCE Statement of Support to the Struggle of the Philippine Airlines Employees Association and the Filipino Workers

Workers are recognized in the Constitution as the primary social economic force.  1,075 more words

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[Letter to the Editor] Reaction to DTI’s opposition to two labor legislation - CTUHR

Does the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) opposition to pro-labor legislations reflect the Aquino administration’s policy on labor rights?

This question immediately came to mind after the DTI expressed its unabashed opposition to two labor rights legislations (August 8, 2011 news) pending in the House of Representatives particularly the P125 wage hike and the security of tenure bills. 607 more words

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