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Lone union in call center protests illegal dismissal and union harassment

The Unified Employees of Alorica (UEA), the lone union in the BPO industry, together with the BPO Industry Employees Network (BIEN) held a picket protest in front of the Alorica site in Exportbank in Makati City to expose and oppose the ongoing illegal dismissal, discrimination and efforts at union busting done by the Alorica management. 429 more words

Press Releases

Omar O. Sevillana vs. I.T. International Corporation

G.R. No. 99047
April 16, 2001

Topic Query: Who has the burden of proof in illegal dismissal cases?


Omar Sevillana was contracted to work as a driver in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia for a period of two years, with a monthly salary of US$370.00. 298 more words


National Housing Corporation vs. Benjamin Juco and the National Labor Relations Commission

G.R. No. L-64313
January 17, 1985

Topic Query: Are employees of Government-Owned and Controlled Corporations covered by the Labor Code or the Civil Service Commission? 244 more words


De Jesus vs Aquino (G.R. No. 164662 February 18, 2013)

De Jesus vs Aquino
G.R. No. 164662 February 18, 2013

Facts: On February 20, 2002, petitioner Ma. Lourdes De Jesus (De Jesus for brevity) filed with the Labor Arbiter a complaint for illegal dismissal against private respondents Supersonic Services Inc., (Supersonic for brevity), Pakistan Airlines, Gil Puyat, Jr. 883 more words

Case Digests

[Video] Axed: The story behind TV5's mass illegal dismissals

Video reposted from the Facebook page of PinoyMedia Center’s Film Weekly.

On February 24, 98 regular employees of TV5 were axed by the network. Four of them were officials of the Associated Broadcasting Company Employees Union (ABCEU), aka TV5 Employees Union. 854 more words

Unfair Labor Practice

[News] Union busting seen as motive behind job massacre at TV5

Reposted from Bulatlat.

“Management is claiming that the company is losing money but showed no proof to back up its claim.”

By RONALYN V. OLEA… 456 more words


[News] College journos condemn layoff of TV5 workers

Reposted from the website of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP). 

The College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) stands with the workers of TV5 in their continuing fight for security of tenure and decent wages amid the media giant’s attacks against their rights. 370 more words