RCMBXI Facilitates LMC of Six OLCs of
Lapanday Foods Corp.
“We have facilitated LMCs for six outside labor contractors (OLCs) of Lapanday Foods Corp. in the North Cluster,” OIC-Director Aerrine Marie Reyes declared earlier today.
Regional Conciliation and Mediation Branch XI conducted basic orientation seminar on Labor Management Cooperation in integration with Gender and Development and Grievance Machinery/Voluntary Arbitration for six contractors/service providers of LFC located in the North Cluster entitled Seminar on Workplace Cooperation and Partnership held at Gambriel Resort and Restaurant, Bangoy St., San Francisco, Panabo City on March 21, 2019.
Six companies were well represented namely Farmingtown Landowner’s Multi-purpose Cooperative, Capungagan Multipurpose Cooperative, Catre Trucking and Allied Services-New Corella, HH Manpower Services, Galindo Manpower and Allied Services and Madaum Resource Labor Service Cooperative.
“This is a good idea that not only the principal receive seminar like this but include the service providers or sub-contractors as well. This is one way of maintaining good working relation considering that there is a trilateral relationship, the principal, the agency and the employees,” said Dir. Reyes.
One of the participants commented, “LMC is highly recommended to maintain harmonious relationship and sustain the reality of responsibilities”.
Each service provider also received their respective Certificate of Recognition as well individual certificate of participation of each participant from the branch.
Madaum Resource Labor Service Cooperative headed by Mr. Jacinto Aroy, Chairperson.
Farmingtown Landowner’s Multi-purpose Cooperative headed by Ms. Divina Sorroza, Chairperson.
Capungagan Multipurpose Cooperative headed by Mr. Angelito Rebote, Chairperson.
Catre Labor Trucking & Allied Services – New Corella headed by Ms. Nerie Catre, Manager.
Galindo Manpower and Allied Services headed by Ms. Rosel Magbanua, Manager.
HH Manpower Services headed by Ms. Nerie Catre, Manager.
The seminar ended successfully. In fact, participants look forward for a continuous labor education like this. Likewise, NCMB ensures the group to invite each agency in future seminars/trainings. In this way, both are one in the goal to sustain harmonious and stable working relationship and unite as one family. Sheila A. Rivera