PH labor laws say that employees performing tasks that are “necessary and desirable to the usual business of the company” are considered regular employees.
Category: Economy & Business
Science and technology advocates want the government to take action in modernizing local agriculture.
‘There is currently a disconnect between science research outputs and the needs of local industries.’
A proposed law threatens to further privatize social services through government deals with profit-driven companies.
“It is apparent that Chinabank and Planters Development Bank intend to ease out regular employees as certain bank functions in Chinabank Savings are already outsourced or being handled by contractual employees.”
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“To generate profits, Apec and other similar chains, employ fewer and unqualified teachers and provide facilities which do not comply to standards. What’s quite regrettable in this regard, and almost scandalous, is that the government has waived regulations that exist in the provision of education, to satisfy the business interests of Pearson and Ayala.”
“In 1996, President Fidel Ramos said Apec will bring development, and will make us a Tiger Economy. Now, we can’t even meow like a kitten.”
“Cementing this kind of neoliberalism requires repression and we’ve seen that repeatedly.”
The Philippine Coconut Authority’s (PCA) 2014 to 2023 road map has identified about a million hectares of potential oil palm farms. Ninety eight percent of these areas are in Mindanao.
“We cannot turn a blind eye for our members who are being eased out of their jobs one by one by the management just to save on costs in the name of profit.”
“Women’s supposed domination of small and medium scale businesses do not prove inclusiveness and gender equality.”