BAGUIO CITY — The All Workers Unity-Cordillera Administrative Region (AWU-CAR), in partnership with the Baguio City Council Committee on Ethics, Governmental Affairs and Personnel, headed by Hon. Joel A. Alangsab and the Baguio City Council Committee on Employment, Livelihood, Cooperatives and Persons with Disabilities headed by Hon. Arthur L. Allad-iw, held a forum on “Contractualization and National Industrialization” last August 10, 2016 at the Baguio City Hall Multi-Purpose Hall.
BAGUIO CITY — Kilusang Mayo Uno’s (KMU) Elmer “Ka Bong” Labog urged the government to end contractualization in its system before calling for the private business sectors to stop their “endo” or the end of contract practices.
This is in reference to the article written about the Alliance of Contractual Employees in UP (ACE UP) Baguio Chapter published in Northern Dispatch Weekly last Sunday, 26 June 2016 entitled, “ACE-UP Baguio Says No to Contractualization”. This is to clarify certain concerns about the article.
BAGUIO CITY — The Philippine Nurses Association of Cordillera Administrative Region (PNA-CAR), and other health workers groups in Cordillera, conducted a unity walk to support the Duterte administration’s plan to end contractualization, July 3, 2016.
BAGUIO CITY — “Bakit ka magke-K12 kung nagwo-work naman yung dati nating system?” said Molly (not her real name), a professor in the University of the Philippines Baguio.
BAGUIO CITY — The Alliance of Contractual Employees – University of the Philippines (ACE-UP), a group working to stop contractualization and promoting the advancement of all workers, extends its calls here in UP Baguio.
BAGUIO CITY — The Alliance of Health Workers Metro Baguio (AHW Metro Baguio) welcomes the president-elect Rodrigo Duterte‘s vow to end contractualization system of employment.
MANILA — Bayan Muna partylist representative Carlos Isagani Zarate slammed President Aquino’s veto of the nurse’s wage hike, describing the move as “consistently anti-worker.”
BAGUIO CITY — A Philosophy teacher at the Saint Louis University (SLU)said government should ensure new employment for teachers who will be displaced by the implementation of the K12 program.
BAGUIO CITY — Over 200 nurses and nursing students marched down Session Road to demand higher salary and an end to contractualization for nurses on International Nurses Day, May 12.
BAGUIO CITY — In an interview with Vicente Dilem, Kilusang Mayo Uno (May Day Movement) Cordillera Spokesperson said they are marking Labor day, on May 1, 2016, with the call for a nationwide, across-the-board increase of the minimum wage to P750. He said that the different regional minimum wages in the country are not enough to sustain the needs of the average family of five.
BAGUIO CITY — The Confederation for Unity, Recognition and Advancement of Government Employees (Courage) vowed to intensify the demand for a National Minimum Wage and fight against contractualization amidst the escalating threats against progressive unions during their 10th national congress held at the Teachers Camp, here on April 5.