The Parañaque Tripartite Industrial Peace Council (PTIPC) elected its new set of officers for the labor and management sector at the Garden City Homeowners Association, Inc. at Barangay San Isidro, Parañaque City, on July 6, 2022.
Attended by 38 members, said activity was held in coordination with the Parañaque Workers Affairs Office (PWAO) and the MUNTAPARLAS Field Office (MTPLFO) of the Department of Labor and Employment – National Capital Region (DOLE-NCR).
In his message, MTPLFO Director Leonides P. Castillon Jr. thanked the PWAO and the PTIPC members for their support, adding that such election along with continued regular meetings will help its members to discuss and address labor and employment concerns confronted by the management and workers sectors. He also told the newly elected officers to do their best in fulfilling their duties and responsibilities as the Department will continue to give their support to the Council.
The former presidents of the PTIPC also attended the event, where the incumbent president Ms. Lolita Duria said in her opening message that she had no intention to become re-elected, having been appointed as the head of the External Homeowners Affairs Office (EHAO) by Parañaque City Mayor Edwin Olivarez. Meanwhile, Mr. Henry Roman and Mr. Emmanuel Rios conveyed their messages of support and confirmed their interest to run for election.
MTPLFO labor officers, Ms. Sheryl Anne Vargas and Ms. Genevieve De Guzman facilitated the election as assisted by the PWAO staff.
Mr. Emmanuel Rios, former president of the PTIPC management sector was elected as the Vice Chairman for the management group while Mr. Henry Roman as the Vice Chairman for the labor group. The oath taking ceremony for the new set of officers are yet to be scheduled.
Tripartite relations are one of the important functions of the Department that help forge and enhance collaborations of the workers and management sector with the national government.
END / Report by Ericka Escalada; photos by Genevieve De Guzman and Sheryl Anne Vargas