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May 9, 2012

Thousands march to Palace to push for workers' welfare

MANILA, Philippines - Thousands of workers from private and government agencies marched on Tuesday to Malacañan to press President Aquino to act on their demands.

Marking the Labor Day celebration, various groups and unions belonging to labor coalition Nagkaisa! converged along Espana Avenue in front of the University of Santo Tomas in Manila around 7 a.m.

At around 9 a.m., thousands of workers, carrying streamers with the sign "End Contractualization" marched towards Morayta Avenue and then to the Don Chino Roces bridge (formerly Mendiola).

At the historic bridge, the protesters set up a makeshift stage where they held a program.

Mendiola

The workers then gathered at the Chino Roces bridge (formerly Mendiola) in Manila and held a program to celebrate the Labor's Day.

Under the banner of labor coalition Nagkaisa!, members of labor unions and federations converged at the bridge to call on the Aquino administration to address labor issues in the country.

Labor groups that joined the rally included the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP), Philippine Airlines Employees Association, Associated Labor Unions, and Buklurang Mangagawa ng Pilipinas.

During the program, the workers chanted "The workers united! Will never be defeated."

Contractualization

Leaders of the labor groups tore a symbolic contract to express their opposition to the prevailing contractualization policy in the labor force in the country.

Labor leaders from the Partidong Manggagawa, Buklurang Manggagawa ng Pilipinas, Associated Labor Unions, Trade Union Congress of the Philippines tore the symbolic contract after reading a manifesto, which outlines the labor issues such as the continuous privatization of government agencies.

The manifesto is entitled "Ibalik ang dignidad ng Paggawa. Magkaisa. Makibaka".

The workers also urged the government for a P125 across the board wage increase and to implement salary standardization.

Dismay

Meanwhile, labor group Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) expressed dismay over reports that the Department of Labor and Employment may only grant between P13 and P21 wage hike.

"Ang nangyayari ay nagiging moro-moro na lang ang usapin ng wage increase. That amount is too small. I hope the government would balance its position," said Allan Tanjusay, TUCP spokesperson, in an interview with ABS-CBN News.

The TUCP filed in March a petition seeking a P90-wage increase in Metro Manila and P86-wage hike in Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon.

The group cited escalating prices of fuel, cooking gas and utilities as "supervening conditions" that warrant the salary adjustment.

However, a DOLE official said the P80 to P90 hike in basic minimum pay of workers is "too high and inflationary."

"We really have to balance. Much that we want to provide higher income, we also have to look into the employers' capacity," Transmonte said in a separate interview.

Trasmonte said the DOLE is seeking to save jobs while meeting the workers' demand for higher pay.

She said employers have earlier warned that a P90-wage increase could mean termination of some workers.

Trasmonte said the DOLE has been looking into a way that would compel employers to provide incentive bonus to workers and non-wage benefits such as transportation and scholarship programs. Katherine Manalo

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May 2, 2012

Thousands march to Palace to push for workers' welfare

MANILA, Philippines - Thousands of workers from private and government agencies marched on Tuesday to Malacañan to press President Aquino to act on their demands.
Marking the Labor Day celebration, various groups and unions belonging to labor coalition Nagkaisa! converged along Espana Avenue in front of the University of Santo Tomas in Manila around 7 a.m.
At around 9 a.m., thousands of workers, carrying streamers with the sign "End Contractualization" marched towards Morayta Avenue and then to the Don Chino Roces bridge (formerly Mendiola).
At the historic bridge, the protesters set up a makeshift stage where they held a  program.
Mendiola
The workers then gathered at the Chino Roces bridge (formerly Mendiola) in Manila and held a program to celebrate the Labor's Day.
Under the banner of labor coalition Nagkaisa!, members of labor unions and federations converged at the bridge to call on the Aquino administration to address labor issues in the country.
Labor groups that joined the rally included  the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP), Philippine Airlines Employees Association, Associated Labor Unions, and Buklurang Mangagawa ng Pilipinas.
During the program, the workers  chanted "The workers united! Will never be defeated."
Contractualization
Leaders of the labor groups tore a symbolic contract to express their opposition to the prevailing contractualization policy in the labor force in the country.
Labor leaders from the Partidong Manggagawa, Buklurang Manggagawa ng Pilipinas, Associated Labor Unions, Trade Union Congress of the Philippines tore the symbolic contract after reading a manifesto, which outlines the labor issues such as the continuous privatization of government agencies.
The manifesto is entitled "Ibalik ang dignidad ng Paggawa. Magkaisa. Makibaka".
The workers also urged the government for a P125 across the board wage increase and to implement salary standardization.
Dismay
Meanwhile, labor group Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) expressed dismay over reports that the Department of Labor and Employment may only grant between P13 and P21 wage hike.
"Ang nangyayari ay nagiging moro-moro na lang ang usapin ng wage increase. That amount is too small. I hope the government would balance its position," said Allan Tanjusay, TUCP spokesperson, in an interview with ABS-CBN News.
The TUCP filed in March a petition seeking a P90-wage increase in Metro Manila and P86-wage hike in Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon.
The group cited escalating prices of fuel, cooking gas and utilities as "supervening conditions" that warrant the salary adjustment.
However, a DOLE official said the P80 to P90 hike in basic minimum pay of workers is "too high and inflationary."
"We really have to balance. Much that we want to provide higher income, we also have to look into the employers' capacity," Transmonte said in a separate interview.
Trasmonte said the DOLE is seeking to save jobs while meeting the workers' demand for higher pay.
She said employers have earlier warned that a P90-wage increase could mean termination of some workers.
Trasmonte said the DOLE has been looking into a way that would compel employers to provide incentive bonus to workers and non-wage benefits such as transportation and scholarship programs. Katherine Manalo


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20,000 join Labor Day protests | ABS-CBN News

MANILA, Philippines (2nd UPDATE) - Around 20,000 people joined various protests around Metro Manila on Tuesday to call for higher wages and better working conditions in the country, labor groups said.
Labor groups kicked off their Labor Day protests early today, gathering at various parts in Metro Manila before marching to Mendiola near Malacañang, where President Aquino was scheduled to meet with representatives from various labor groups.
Most of the protesters came from some 40 labor groups under the newly-formed umbrella organization Nagkaisa.
At least 10,000 policemen from the National Capital Region, Central Luzon and Calabarzon were deployed in critical points in Metro Manila to ensure security during the protests.
The Philippine National Police said maximum tolerance was observed in dealing with the protesters, most of whom were calling for significant wage increase and the abolition of the practice of massive contractualization of employees.
To ensure order around the Palace, police placed barricades in areas in Mendiola leading to Malacañang.
Manila Police District Director Alejandro Gutierrez said placing barricades in front of the Palace gates is a standard procedure during massive rallies.
The protesters were also met by Budget Secretary Butch Abad, Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda, and Presidential Political Adviser Ronaldo Llamas to accept their demand letter on behalf of the president.
In Quezon City, thousands of protesters trooped to Welcome Rotonda. Many of them came from an overnight vigil at the nearby Trinity University of Asia. The group called for better housing and jobs for Filipinos.
Authorities also closed España Boulevard and nearby roads in Manila to accommodate protesters gathered at the Ramon Magsaysay High School.
Youth groups and fresh graduates also joined today’s protests to call for a solution to underemployment and tuition hikes, among others.
Over at Aquino’s residence at 25 Times Street in Quezon City, members of urban poor group Kadamay brought a coffin to represent the lone fatality in the latest incident demolition violence in Parañaque.
The group called for a stop to the series of demolitions in Metro Manila, most of which ended in violence.
No P125 wage hike
Meanwhile, President Aquino dismissed calls for a P125 increase in wages for workers in private companies, saying this will bring down the struggling economy.
In his Labor Day speech, he said he is laying down real solutions to the labor market’s woes, instead of promises that can only be described later as politicking.
“The real solutions are described in four points. One, to retain the already available jobs here. Two, create more jobs. Three, add to the knowledge of our workers so that the value chain will be increased. Four, ensure the implementation of laws,” he said in Filipino. – with reports from Jeff Canoy, Doland Castro, Atom Araullo, ABS-CBN News; Noel Alamar, dzMM; ANC


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