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71 Participants Marched to DOLE-CAMANAVA for the In-House Seminar

On Thursday, July 27, 2017, seventy one (71) representatives from various establishments within CAMANAVA area marched to DOLE-NCR-CAMANAVA Field Office amidst the wrath the typhoon Gorio for the Orientation on DOLE’s Family Welfare Program (FWP) and Labor Relations, Human Relations and Productivity (LHP) under the Continuing Labor and Employment Education Program (CLEEP).

Since the number of registrants already surpassed DOLE-CAMANAVA Conference Room’s maximum audience capacity of sixty (60) participants by 8:30 AM, the facilitators decided to schedule another session of the same activity on the following month, thereby, requesting the other participants to attend the next orientation for a more conducive venue but despite the cramped seats and heavy rains, majority chose to stay. The participants of the training all came from establishments whichwere assessed in 2016 and were found to have deficiencies in General Labor Standards (GLS) and Occupation Safety and Health Standards (OSHS).

The Orientation covered topics on the New Labor Laws Compliance System, Workers’ Basic Rights and Statutory Benefits under General Labor Standards (GLS), DOLE’s Family Welfare Program, “Department Order No. 174-17 otherwise known as the Rules Implementing Articles 106 to 109 as amended” and Productivity Improvement at Work.

Resource speakers during the activity were; Mr. Teddy Bayron, Senior labor and Employment Officer (LEO) and Focal Person for LHP, Engr. Jeremias Red, Senior LEO and Head of the LLC Section, Engr. Freddie Tubig, LEO III, Mr. Ephraim Laqueo, LEO III and Mr. Kim Lagcao, Board Secretary, Regional Wages and Productivity Board – NCR.

In her closing remarks, Dir. Rowella V. Grande, Head of the DOLE-NCR CAMANAVA Field Office thanked the participants for their presence despite unwelcoming weather. She also mentioned that should there be any gray area on labor concerns, the participants are always welcome to visit the office.

The DOLE Continuing Labor and Employment Education Program provides our stakeholders opportunities to be informed of our different services and to raise their questions and clarifications on gray areas concerning labor matters.


By: Angelica C. Fresnoza, Admin Assistant III

Dir. H. J. Jalbuena
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