The Department of Labor and Employment – National Capital Region (DOLE-NCR), together with the Regional Tripartite Industrial Peace Council (RTIPC) in NCR held its 4th quarter virtual meeting on November 23, 2021.

A total of 53 participants attended the RTIPC meeting of which twenty-two came from the government sector, fifteen from the management sector, and sixteen from the labor sector.

During the virtual meeting, DOLE-NCR OIC-Assistant Regional Director (ARD), Atty. Russel A. Jallorina, administered the oath taking of the following RTIPC designated officers:

Employer Sector:

  • Dr. Corazon C. Reboroso / Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (Vice-Chair, Quezon City TIPC)
  • Ms. Victoria C. Yu / Vida Manpower Services (Vice-Chair, Pasay City TIPC)
  • Mr. Frederick C. Gonzaga / Foodparks by Raintree Inc. (Vice-Chair, Hotel and Restaurant ITC)
  • Ms. Daren M. Bronola / Onopoke Food Shop (Vice-Chair, Mandaluyong City TIPC)
  • Ms. Carla L. Ramos / HMR Auction Services, Inc. (Vice-Chair, Muntinlupa City TIPC)

Labor Sector:

  • Mr. Albert S. Liboon / Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (Vice-Chair, Quezon City TIPC)
  • Mr. Clementino T. Quides, Jr. / Kapatiran ng mga Manggagawa sa Tri-Phil International, Inc. – Solidarity of Independent and General Labor Organization (Vice-Chair, Muntinlupa City TIPC)

Public Workers’ Sector:

  • Mr. Alexander C. De Luna / Public Services Confederation of the Philippines (PSLINK) (National Executive Board)

After the oath taking of the new RTIPC-designated officers, DOLE-NCR Field Offices in CAMANAVA (CFO), Manila (MFO), Makati-Pasay (MPFO), MUNTAPARLAS (MTPLFO), PAPAMAMARISAN (PFO), and Quezon City (QCFO) shared the achievements of their respective TIPCs and Industry Tripartite Councils (ITCs) in 2021. CFO presented the accomplishments of the Caloocan City TIPC, Malabon City TIPC, Navotas City TIPC, and Valenzuela City TIPC; MFO for Manila TIPC and Education ITC; MPFO for Makati City TIPC, Pasay City TIPC, Hotel & Restaurant ITC; MTPLFO for the MUNTAPARLAS TIPC, Parañaque City TIPC, Muntinlupa City TIPC; PFO for Pasig City TIPC, Mandaluyong City TIPC, Construction ITC; and QCFO for the Quezon City TIPC, Hospital ITC, Broadcast ITC, and Bus Transport ITC.

After each presentation, representatives from different councils conveyed their messages of support and thanked the labor department for the assistance.

The TIPCs and ITCs in the National Capital Region were also acknowledged for continuously providing a venue for tripartite advice and consultation aimed at strengthening labor and management groups, enhancing their respective rights, achieving industrial peace, and increasing productivity. In his closing remarks, OIC-ARD Jallorina expressed his appreciation to all the members and looked forward to the succeeding RTIPC meetings as part of the Department’s continuous promotion of tripartism and social dialogue.

The DOLE-NCR-RTIPC was formed to promote industrial peace and harmony between labor and management, with the assistance of the government, in order to achieve productivity, quality, excellence, growth, and labor justice in the workplace.

END / Grace Laurente and Patricia Lorica (TSSD-LRLS)