OPI Bankruptcy Imminent; Workers Compensation Uncertain

Posted by WAC Main info central on Thursday, June 30, 2016 In : News 


Women workers protests OPI's non-disclosure of the company's real status after it declared suspension of operation in April at GBP, Gen. Trias City, Cavite which displaced more than 4,000 workers mostly women.

Rosario, Cavite – Approximately 4,500 workers of Optis Philippines Inc. (OPI), mostly women, located inside the Gateway Business Park (GBP) in Gen. Trias City are all in danger of not getting paid of their separation pay because as of this writing, OPI management refuses to honestly di...

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Workers Union Wins ULP Case Against Japanese Company

Posted by WAC Main info central on Tuesday, June 28, 2016 In : News 

PMPD's officers and members during the May 1, 2012 Demonstration in Rosario, Cavite

Rosario, Cavite – The Pagkakaisa ng Manggagawa sa Philippine Denrai (PMPD) – Independent represented by its 16 union officials and members won the consolidated complaint for unfair labor practice, illegal closure and illegal dismissal against the Philippine Denrai, Inc. (PDI) now known as Kyoto Global Exterior Inc. (KGEI) that it filed before the National Labor Relations Commission Regional Arbitration Bran...


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‘Dismissed’ Workers Score against DDPI Management

Posted by WAC Main info central on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 In : News 


Four workers won their illegal dismissal case against Dae Duck Phils., Inc. (DDPI) before the National Labor Relations Commission Regional Arbitration Branch IV (NLRC-RAB IV) in Calamba City, Laguna on January 29, 2016.

DDPI terminated its four workers namely Percival Lazaro, Luisito Malveda, Fernando Perez, and Danny Domasin on January 16, 2015 as part of the supposed downsizing of the said company “due to continuous reduction of order”. However, said DDPI workers who started working si...

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