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Programa ng gobyerno para sa mawawalan ng trabaho dahil sa pandemya, sapat ba?
The employment rate in the country is at 94.7% as of January 2018
The Associated Labor Union-Trade Union Congress of the Philippines says 15.6 million informal workers will be affected by the newly-signed Train law
A World Bank study finds that more firms have difficulty looking for workers 'with appropriate socioemotional skills'
Non-agricultural workers will now receive P512 per day while agriculture and service workers will get P475 per day
Labor groups hold a protest rally in Quezon City and raise 6 promises that President Rodrigo Duterte has made to workers but has yet to fulfill
The plight of the labor sector started during Marcos time says labor group All Workers Unity at a rally protesting the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani
Labor Minister Mufarrej Al Haqbani says however that the driving ban for women is not one of the factors behind the level of female employment
At a Labor Day rally the vice presidential candidate also says voters should look at what candidates have done for the labor sector even before workers rights became a hot topic for the elections
The Labor Party of the Philippines plans to endorse and field national and local candidates for the 2016 polls once it is accredited
Our noble workers are truly admirable – they who work quietly and diligently and even with the little money they earn do not get tempted by the widespread culture of corruption