National Museum employees hit harassment of union leaders | Inquirer News

National Museum employees hit harassment of union leaders

/ 04:10 AM October 26, 2019

Disgruntled employees of the National Museum (NM) on Friday called on its management to stop the harassment of union leaders who filed cases of corruption against two top NM officials.

Melchor Lagartija, president of the NM union Museum Employees Organization, said the museum’s directors, Jeremy Barns and Ana Maria Theresa Labrador, were deliberately not acting on the union’s much-delayed collective negotiation agreement supposedly to squeeze out the union officers who were also signatories to the complaints they filed before the Office of the Ombudsman.


Various anomalies at NM have been flagged by the Commission on Audit.—Krixia Subingsubing


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