“It is also dismaying how the NLRC has robbed the RMN Davao workers of their most potent weapon and constitutionally guaranteed right in their search for humane and just employment…”
By JOHN RIZLE SALIGUMBA
Radio workers union hailed the strike as pivotal to the resolution of the labor dispute saying that the “weight of workers’ strike (is) a valid and only option to defend the workers” interest, especially with the current “rampant wage freeze and wage hike moratorium among the yellow traditional labor unions.”
By MARYA SALAMAT
While the Radio Mindanao Network’s Davao workers are on strike and the Manila workers battling for the certification of its union, the management, the workers said, has been delaying the negotiations and has been trying to bust the union.
By MARILOU AGUIRRE-TUBURAN and MARYA SALAMAT
“Demands for decent wages cannot be put on hold, especially not with RMN doing good business, raking in huge profits.” –NUJP–Davao
By MARYA SALAMAT
The union-busting and illegal dismissals, said the union president, started since they formed a union for the radio network’s Manila operations.
DAVAO CITY — Members of the Radio Mindanao Network Davao Employees Union (RDEU) protested outside the Radio Mindanao Network (RMN) station at the corner of Bonifacio and Anda streets on January 4 to air their grievances against continued workplace repression, citing the network management’s tactics of preventing the upcoming certification election and the possible sacking of another employee who is sympathetic to the union. (Photos courtesy of NUJP-Davao Chapter / bulatlat.com)
By CHERYLL D. FIEL Davao Today Posted by Bulatlat.com DAVAO CITY – Support grows for beleaguered media workers of Radio Mindanao Network- DXDC Davao (RMN-DXDC Davao). On Sept. 21, during the commemoration of Martial Law, members of the Davao media and members of various organizations, including listeners of RMN Davao gathered at a program in…