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C & F Group Company Must Stop Union Busting and Respect Workers and Trade Union Rights; 63 Union Members and workers laid off after just days Union Registered

Posted by WAC Main info central on Monday, July 18, 2016, In : Statements 
We, the 47 undersigned civil society organisations, trade unions, and groups are appalled by the union busting action/s by C&F Manufacturing Philippines Corporation, which is now terminating the workers, just after their union, Tinig ng mga Manggagawa sa C&F Manufacturing Phils. Corporation or the Voice of the Workers in C&F Mfg. Phils. Corp., was officially registered.

On May 26, 2016, the workers registered their union with Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). The very next day, on May...

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Labor Secretary Bello Urged to Start ‘End Contractualization’ Fight in Cavite

Posted by WAC Main info central on Tuesday, July 5, 2016, In : News 

‘Contractualization in our company resulted in union busting, illegal termination of employees, and, ultimately, left our families starving.’ – Esmeraldo Ison, TMC&F Union President

 

Esmeraldo Ison, TMC&F union president, (second from left) explains to Sec. Bello (second from right) the real motive of C&F management in dismissing 98 workers while Usec. Maglunsod (first from left) notes down pointers and Kristine Llagas, SCW Chairperson (first from left) intently listens to the dis...


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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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ON THE VERGE OF STRIKE: ALL WOMEN UNION SIGNS FIVE-YEAR CBA WITH KOREAN EMPLOYER

Posted by WAC Main info central on Sunday, February 21, 2016, In : News 

Representatives from HSWU and HSIPI sign the final document of the CBA on December 4 in Rosario, Cavite

Rosario, Cavite – The Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the Hye Sung Workers Union (HSWU) – Independent and the Hye Sung Industries (Phils.) Inc. (HSIPI) management was signed on December 4, 2015.

The CBA signing was done a few months after the union voted unanimously for a strike because of deadlock and HSIPI’s surface bargaining, which according to the union is tantamount ...

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Garments Union Leader Escapes Life Attempt

Posted by WAC Main info central on Thursday, December 9, 2010, In : Press Release 
Updated December 9, 2010

                                           
                                                  Nolan Maquincio shows where he was stabbed in
                                                     a visit at Philippine General Hospital, Manila

Cavite, Philippines - As workers continue to struggle fighting for freedom of association to promote their rights and welfare, Nolan Maquincio, 45, Public Relations Officer of Nagkakaisang Manggagawa ng Hoffen Industries (United Work...


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33 Militant Unionists Ordered Arrested

Posted by WAC on Friday, April 3, 2009, In : Press Release 



01 April 2009
PRESS RELEASE


The Municipal Trial Court in Rosario, Cavite has issued a warrant on March 17, 2009 for the arrest of thirty-three (33) militant unionists charged by the Cavite Provincial Prosecutor’s Office of cases involving direct assault upon agents of persons in authority and grave coercion. Thirty (31) of the accused were officers and members of the Nagkakaisang Manggagawa sa Chong Won (NMCW) and the Kaisahan ng mga Manggagawa sa Phils. Jeon Inc. (KMPJI), while two were off...


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