Rappler's latest stories on Philippine workers.
'The PAL retrenchment is just the beginning of the bigger adverse economic effect of the escalating outbreak of COVID-19 phenomenon, says the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines
The wage increase takes effect on November 27 as ordered by the Regional Tripartite Wage and Productivity Board, which cited the need to 'help workers cope with rising cost of living'
(UPDATED) 'Despite the collective efforts to achieve better wages and working conditions, there was a rise in repression, intimidation, and discrimination faced by working people,' says the International Trade Union Confederation
A total of 67 927 contractual employees have been regularized since the labor department began the drive against contractualization in August last year
Sa ibang mga bansa maganda quality of life Dito sa Metro Manila torture every day Pumasok umuwi in between torture din says senatorial candidate Susan Ople
Philippine embassy officials in Doha are processing the repatriation of the OFWs in coordination with Qatar authorities
The so called modern day heroes call on 2016 presidential bets to give importance to their plight – their need for legal assistance less red tape and more financial support
At least 3 of the agencies are linked by migrant support organizations to numerous complaints of overcharging foreign domestic workers
A 3rd case review could be tricky as Indonesian law normally only allows for one
The whole nation united in prayer and concern together with people of good will from around the world made possible this reprieve for Miss Veloso says Malacañang
President Benigno Aquino III renews his pledge to workers on Labor Day as various groups criticize him for not doing enough to keep Filipinos like Mary Jane Veloso from seeking work abroad
Malacañang updates the public on administration efforts to improve workers welfare on the eve of Labor Day
The 21 Filipinos red eyed and weary from lack of sleep and a long journey arrive in Manila Saturday The gov t says only about 800 have returned to the Philippines
Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario makes an urgent appeal for Filipinos in Libya to flee now when they still can under the government s mandatory evacuation program
On Labor Day we pay tribute to the ladies who smile at us and serve us all day as we buy goods to our liking