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Pampanga steel workers strike settled

Published by rudy Date posted on May 4, 2011

THE Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on Tuesday said there was only one labor strike or work stoppage during the first three months or the first quarter of this year.

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Palace warns strikers not to hurt commuters

Published by rudy Date posted on April 12, 2011

Malacañang yesterday reiterated its warnings to militant transport groups anew who are reportedly set to launch mass protest actions today to express their utter dissatisfaction over President Aquino’s P450-million worth fuel subsidy program.

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Bishops support strike to protest PAL layoffs

Published by rudy Date posted on April 7, 2011

CATHOLIC bishops on Wednesday said they will support a strike at Philippine Airlines to protest a management plan to lay off 2,600 workers as part of its program to spin off its ground operations.

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Published by rudy Date posted on April 7, 2011

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PAL union turns to Facebook for support

Published by rudy Date posted on April 6, 2011

MANILA — Inspired by the recent uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, the ground union of Philippine Airlines (PAL) said it will be maximizing public support against the planned layoff of 2,600 workers through social media.

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Slowdown, delays hit PAL flights

Published by rudy Date posted on April 6, 2011

A SLOWDOWN by Philippine Airlines’ ground workers throttled its operations Tuesday, causing 14 flights to be delayed and one to be canceled.

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PALEA holds rally vs strike ban

Published by rudy Date posted on April 6, 2011

MANILA, Philippines – Members of the Philippine Airlines Employees’ Association (PALEA) rallied outside the Labor Department’s main office in Intramuros, Manila on Monday to protest the agency’s order banning the union form going on a nationwide strike.

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Palea suspends strike, bishop backs workers’ rights

Published by rudy Date posted on April 5, 2011

STILL hoping for the best, the Philippine Airlines Employees Association (Palea) on Monday suspended indefinitely their planned strike, which was supposed to have started on April 2, or seven days after they filed their petition before the Department of Labor and Employment.

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Airline union to file case vs. govt before ILO

Published by rudy Date posted on April 4, 2011

THE leadership of the Philippine Airlines Employees Association (Palea) over the weekend announced that it would file a case against the government for allegedly suppressing the strike that they intended to hold on account of Philippine Airlines’ (PAL) planned outsourcing of its services.

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PALEA plans to file case vs gov’t at ILO

Published by rudy Date posted on April 4, 2011

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – The ground crew union of local carier Philippine Airlines plans to file a case against the government before the International Labor Organization, citing suppression of its right to collective bargaining.

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Palace won’t dip hands into PALEA strike

Published by rudy Date posted on April 3, 2011

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Airlines Employees Association (PALEA) could no longer go on strike as the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) had ruled the union’s dispute with management is subject to compulsory mediation, Malacañang asserted yesterday.

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Baldoz stops PALEA from holding nationwide strike

Published by rudy Date posted on April 2, 2011

MANILA, Philippines –  Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz yesterday stopped the Philippine Airlines Employees’ Association (PALEA) from holding a nationwide strike.

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Aquino okays PAL retrenchment; union pushes strike by early April

Published by rudy Date posted on March 26, 2011

PRESIDENT Benigno Aquino III has affirmed the Labor Department’s ruling allowing Philippine Airlines to lay off 2,600 employees as part of a program to spin off its ground service operations.

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