Wage hike bad for SMEs, unemployed

  ECOP warned against the negative repercussions of an increase in  minimum wage. In a paper submitted to the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board (RTWPB-NCR) summarizing the points it raised during the public hearings convened to discuss new adjustment in...

We promote the rights and interests of employers and unify them behind a common ideal of industrial peace and national prosperity.

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Wage hike bad for SMEs, unemployed

Wage hike bad for SMEs, unemployed

  ECOP warned against the negative repercussions of an increase in  minimum wage. In a paper submitted to the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board (RTWPB-NCR) summarizing the points it raised during the public hearings convened to discuss new adjustment in...

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ECOP Position on 14th Month Bill

ECOP Position on 14th Month Bill

Senator Vicente C. Sotto recently introduced Senate Bill No. 2 entitled “An Act Requiring Employers in the Private Sector to Pay 14th Month Pay”. The Bill provides for a mandatory payment of 14th month pay to all non-government rank and file employees every year...

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