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Category: Labor & Employment
Sy may indeed be a hardworking man. But so are his conglomerate’s employees. With Sy’s determined use of neoliberal policies such as contractualization, the fruits of tens of thousands of his employees’ hard work go largely to his companies’ profits. Here lies the unheralded side of his Forbes-topping net worth, the secret to his centavo to billion peso taipan tale and why labor groups are raising their placards to hail the Endo King.
The group calls on President Duterte’s government and the High Court to lift the TRO which “in effect suppresses their source of income. The lifting of the TRO would also help out the thousands of Angkas commuters, who were depending on the app service for faster means of transportation.”
Labor group Kilusang Mayo Uno said President Rodrigo Duterte is a puppet of both the US and China governments, and is also “deathly afraid of the military.”
“We have exhausted all efforts to resolve our issues through constructive means and social dialogue.”
“We need to continue organizing contractual workers, especially now that there have been favorable decisions released under Duterte which he just failed to implement.”
Manang Caring helped organize the United Abrenians in Hongkong in 1990 and ATIS-HK (Abra Tinguian Ilocano Society – Hong Kong) in 1992.
At the time of their arrest, Oliver didn’t carry any bag. Rowena only had a small sling bag which, Karapatan said, could not hold the firearms they supposedly have.
“If you have seen the actual footage of the dispersal, Nanay Leti was the one shouting ‘walang sakitan ah!’(no hurting please!) at the police.” By MENCHANI TILENDO Bulatlat.com MANILA — Were it not for the bruises and stitches on her face, one would think of her as a typical Filipina grandmother who’s spending most of…
“We, the striking workers, are fighting for our wages, jobs and rights.”
“He [Barana] was beaten up by cops to force him to pretend to be one of the workers. He was temporarily released and ordered to go with the arrested workers to make it appear like the workers were armed.”