EMPLOYERS CONFEDERATION OF THE PHILIPPINES
About ECOP Chapters
As of the latest results of the Annual Survey of Philippine Business and Industry, there are some 900,000 registered establishments in the whole country ranging from micro to large enterprises. Of this number, only an approximate of 600 are regular members of ECOP.
Due to the geographical make up and economic diversity of the Philippines, chapters have a vital role to play in terms of providing representation and support to employers.
Since its establishment in 1975, ECOP’s territorial reach has been growing. As of today, ECOP recognizes four (4) area chapters under which fourteen (14) sub-chapters operate. These chapters are the conduits of ECOP outside the National Capital Region. They represent employers within their respective jurisdictions in consultation meetings and dialogues convened by the regional offices of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on labor management issues. When ECOP cascades some of its programs and training to the chapters, the chapters coordinate the preparation and provide the technical and administrative support.
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ECOP chapters should make themselves fully operational and put priority in ramping up their membership strategies, ECOP Acting President Sergio Ortiz-Luis Jr reminded the officers and members of the organization’s chapters from North Luzon during its members’...
The draft of the chapter operating guidelines was approved in a meeting held recently at the Yazaki-Torres Manufacturing Inc. (YTMI). ECOP chapters from North Luzon, Pangasinan, Calabarzon, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, and Quezon attended the meeting. ECOP...
The International Labour Organization, in collaboration with the Philippines Institute for Development Studies, conducted a tripartite validation workshop on Green Philippine Employment Projections Model (Green PEPM) last 12 February 2018 at Hotel Jen, Pasay City. The...