The NTUC Phl Women and Youth Committees, in Joint Assemblies, met on 14 December 2019 in Quezon City to review progress in their respective Action Agendas and to plan next steps. The Assemblies (1) discussed progress in their respective Agendas approved on August 18, 2019; (2) heard the report of the NTUC Phl (training team)…
18 Aug 2019 – NTUC Phl popped poppers at the opening of its Leaders Meeting and first anniversary celebrations in Quezon City. President Rodolfo Capoquian cited the many center activities since NTUC Phl’s founding convention on 18 August 2018 : national, federation and local -level GBV workshops in 2018 through 2019; two successful national JILAF/NTUC…
LIVING WAGES, REAL END TO ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, A DECENT FUTURE OF WORK, END INEQUALITY! 15 June 2019 — “LIVING WAGES, REAL END TO ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, A DECENT FUTURE OF WORK, END INEQUALITY!” were the resounding themes in the National Trade Union Seminars on Employment Security and Constructive Industrial Relations…
HIGHER WAGES, NO MORE ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, END INEQUALITY!
15 June 2018 — “HIGHER WAGES, NO MORE ENDO, MORE PARTICIPATION, NO GBV, END INEQUALITY!” were the recurring themes in the National Trade Union Conferences on Employment Security and Constructive Industrial Relations with the theme: “Promoting Real Inclusive and Sustainable Growth, Employment and Decent Work” held in Quezon City on 9-10 May 2018 and in…
TUCP YOUTH DECLARE “JIED, THE FUTURE OF WORK WE WANT!”
Dec 16, 2017 – “Just, Inclusive, Equitable, and Decent: that’s the future of work we want!” declared young workers and trade unionists at the conclusion of the TUCP National Youth Conference on 13-14 December 2017. Read more.
Uninclusive, Precarious, a virtual form Modern Slavery Workers’ mobilization against contractualization and precarious work 6.28.2016, Manila. — Some 326 union leaders, members and their families –perched along the historical wall of Intramuros, under close watch by a throng of police –bellowed a unified cry for justice. They called for an end to exploitation propagated by…
Fifty-one workers were killed, four injured or ill, in seven* serious work incidents in the Philippines in January-July 2020, an NTUC Philippines compilation of media reports show.
One incident in agriculture, another in a mill warehouse, one in a construction area, one construction worker on the way to work, one March medevac airplane incident, one June quarantine incident, one July incident in sand quarrying.
Thirty-seven medical frontliners — 25 doctors, 5 nurses and 7 non-medical staff — died working in different hospitals fighting CoVid-19. Four additional frontliners (one nurse, one doctor, one utility, another unspecified frontliner) died in July.
A PNP doctor died and two other officers from the national police medical reserve force were hospitalized after inhaling a disinfectant solution used to clean quarantine facilities in Metro Manila. (June 7, 2020 report)
Three crew, three medical personnel died in the medevac airplane incident in March.
SHAI (@shailagarde) tweeted at 5:09 pm on Tue, May 26, 2020:
Breakdown of COVID-19 cases and deaths among healthcare workers as of May 25:
Nurses: 879 (4 deaths)
Doctors: 682 (25 deaths)
Nursing Assistant: 149
Medical Technologist: 89
Radiologic Technologist: 45
Non-medical staff: 304 (2 deaths) | @gmanews
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