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Thursday, July 28, 2016

MEMO AGAINST CONTRACTUALIZATION TO STOP THE "ENDO" RELEASED BY DOLE!


UPDATE: Over 10,000 workers are now upgraded from contractual or seasonal worker to regular employees
Via Sunstar
MORE than 10,000 contractual workers are now secured of their jobs after their mother companies have decided to make them regular employees.
According to Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III, 195 companies have voluntarily regularized 10,532 workers nationwide in response to administration’s objective to reduce illegitimate contractualization practices by 50 percent by the end of the year.
“We continue to encourage employers to voluntarily regularize workers, who are under labor-only contracting arrangements,” said Bello in a press conference for the First 100 Days of the Duterte administration.
Among the companies that have agreed to regularize workers are companies included in the list of priority industries.
They include mall giant SM, which regularized 4,796 workers; and convenience store chain, 7-Eleven, which regularized 800 workers.
Department store chain, Rustan's, meanwhile, has committed to convert into permanent workers a total of 1,200 employees.

Earlier, the Department of Labor and Employment (Dole) has committed to reduce contractualization work arrangements by 50 percent by 2016 and its elimination by 2017.


DUTERTE THREATENS TO CLOSE DOWN COMPANIES AND ESTABLISHMENT NOT FOLLOWING ORDERS TO STOP CONTRACTUALIZATION.
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Secretary of the Department of Labor and Employment, Sec. Silvestre "Bebot" Bello III released a memorandum order today suspending registration of new applicants as contractors or subcontractors. 

 


DOLE - NCR Manila Field Office Memo


Department Order 162, Series of 2016
SUSPENDING REGISTRATION OF NEW APPLICANTS AS CONTRACTORS OR SUBCONTRACTORS UNDER DEPARTMENT ORDER 18-A


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The content of the memo reads: 

SUSPENDING REGISTRATION OF NEW APPLICANTS AS CONTRACTORS OR SUBCONTRACTORS UNDER DEPARTMENT ORDER NO. 18-A

Pursuant to articles 5 and 106 to 109 of the Labor Code, as amended, and consistent with the policy and directives to strictly implement and enforce the worker's right to security of tenure, the following are hereby issued:


SECTION 1: Imposing suspension of Registration of new Applicants under Department Order No. 18A - Notwithstanding Sections 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 of Department Order no. 18A Series of 2011 registration of new applicants as contractors or subcontractors is hereby suspended upon effectivity of this Order

SECTION 2: Effect on registered Contractors/Subcontractors. All certificates of registration of contractors/subcontractors issued prior to this Order shall be respected, unless otherwise revoked through the exercise of the enforcement and adjudicatory powers of the Secretary of Labor and Employment or his duly authorized representative. 

SECTION 3. Non-impairment of existing contracts; Non-diminution of benefits. Contracts entered into by duly registered contractors/subcontractors prior to the issuance of this Order shall not be impaired or diminished consistent with the provisions of the Labor Code, the Civil Code and the existing jurisprudence. Nothing herein shall impair the rights or diminish the benefits being enjoyed by parties to existing contracting and subcontracting arrangements.

SECTION 4: Effectivity. This Order shall be effective immediately after publication in newspaper of general circulation. 

Manila Philippines, 25th July, 2016. 

Signed: Silvestre Bello III
Secretary (DOLE)


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