By SHERWIN DE VERA www.nordis.net BAGUIO CITY — Militant labor center Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) welcomed the House of Representatives’ (HoR) passing …
ketsap na ‘alang pangarap.
Pambulag sa mata
pambusal sa tainga.
Pang-aliw sa bunganga
upang mga toto’y ‘di mag-alsa.
By RUDY D. LIPORADA www.nordis.net NutriAsia is the manufacturer of what make Filipino food more palatable. The company produces the popular condiments …
In this article, we will be discussing the major problems that have been affecting the rights and welfare of the rank and file employees or commonly known as call center agents. We can only understand the nature of work of the call center agents if we identify the differences between an outbound call center and an inbound call center.
BY JOEL CAPULONG www.nordis.net PART ONE BAGUIO CITY — The BPO Industry Employees Network (BIEN) Baguio Chapter marked its one year struggle …
Zarate also said that the call for a P750 national minimum wage is only meant to cover additional expenses due to overpricing, the TRAIN law and other factors.
As thousands of workers marched on the streets all over the country demanding for an end to contractualization, wage hike and security of tenure; President Rodrigo Duterte signed Executive Order (EO) No. 51 that prohibits illegal contracting and sub-contracting last May 1.
The president needs not look far. Contractualization is rampant in his backyard.
One of the protesters Desiree Pangayan has been serving in the Region 1 Office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) for three years now. She remains a cost of service worker (COSW), one of the various flexible employment schemes in government alongside job order (JO) and memorandum of agreement (MOA). For these schemes, there is no employer-employee relationship.
Idi adda kami idiay Davao City para iti maysa a kumperensiya, nagbirok kami ti dried ken packed mango a pampasarabomi. Gapu iti daytoy, naammuan ken nadanon tayo ti maysa a paktorya ti mangga a madama ti strike dagiti mangmanggedna.
BAGUIO CITY — Hundreds marched in the city center to commemorate International Labor Day. The March was led by Kilusang Mayo Uno (May First Movement) Cordillera. “Fight for a National Minimum Wage,” chanted the workers.
BAGUIO CITY — For a worker’s life is tied to their wage. This is where they draw all their basic needs, from food, clothing, shelter and even their cellphone load.
Today, May 1, is the internationally observed Labor Day. Almost a hundred fifty years ago against the growing oppressive and exploitative capitalist system, workers organized in their places of work so that they can demand equity from the fruits of their labor and for better working conditions, among others: better wages, shorter hours of work, recognition of rights and respect for women in the workplace, exclusion of children from (adult) work in factories and big farms, etc.