By Jamie Marie Elona
Alan Tanjusay, Trade Union Congress of the Philippines spokesman, said Tuesday they will re-file their appeal for a wage hike, but said that they would probably ask for a bigger amount compared to their first petition set at P85.
BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya—Mining workers and officials of a foreign-owned mining project in upland Kasibu town welcomed the formation of a labor union, which its members hope would defend their rights and welfare. On Thursday, rank-and-file workers and employees of OceanaGold Philippines Inc. at its project site in Barangay Didipio voted to organize themselves into [...]
MANILA, Philippines–Philippine Airlines (PAL) on Friday defended the implementation of its spin off/outsourcing program against critics, saying the company is well-within its rights to restructure operations to ensure long-term survival and to save the jobs of its 5,000 remaining employees. In a statement, PAL President Jaime J. Bautista said detractors of the plan see the [...]
Philippine Airlines (PAL) on Thursday said it would invite leaders of the PAL Employees Association (PALEA) for a dialogue to discuss the smooth and orderly implementation of the spinoff program.