PRESS RELEASE

RCMBXI Hits Four in a Row in February

“We have facilitated four companies for the month of February,” OIC-Director Aerrine Marie Reyes declared earlier today.

Regional Conciliation and Mediation Branch XI was able to conduct four plant level orientation seminars wherein the team go to the respective companies to facilitate and institutionalize or operationalize the programs of NCMB such as Labor Management Cooperation and Grievance Machinery. The seminar is entitled Seminar on Workplace Cooperation and Partnership.

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“We conducted the first for the month at King Multipurpose Cooperative located at Palma Gil St., Davao City,” Dir. Reyes added.

“We chose this month to conduct the seminar since this is a Feb-ibig month and we value the spirit of love and cooperativism,” Ms. Zoraida Javellano, HR/Admin. Manager emphasized during the seminar.

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The branch conducted another seminar for Lyn Development Cooperative on February 18, 2019 at Arnaldo’s Hotel, Digos City.

Lyn Development Cooperative is headed by Ms. Maria Heidiliza Ypil.

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The branch further piloted seminar simultaneously at Bagongon Packing Plant Workers Cooperative, J.P. Laurel St., Poblacion Compostela, Compostela Valley and at Full Support Manpower Services, Inc. at Quirino Ave., Davao City on February 22, 2019.

One team headed for the north cluster at BAPAPWOCO while the other team led for FSMSI which belongs to the central cluster.

“Since there are three clusters in the region, I let my technical staff pick one cluster for the first quarter to act as the focal,” Dir. Reyes stated.

Ms. Nancy Lasquite, Supervising Labor and Employment Officer holds the central cluster which is Davao City.  Mr. Cary Jun Montero, Senior LEO is the focal for the South which includes Digos City, Sta. Cruz and other municipalities. Ms. Sheila Rivera, LEO III takes charge of the north cluster that includes Compostela Valley, Tagum City, Panabo City and others.

“This is to make sure that each company will be catered by our branch for their training needs,” Dir. Reyes stressed out.