The Philippines is slowly traversing the road to economic recovery. As we move towards the end of the lockdown and anticipate a new normal, policymakers, regulators, and the private sector are now gearing up for continuity and resiliency. Businesses and establishments, which were once directed to temporarily shut down operations due to the imposed enhanced community quarantine, are slowly preparing for the resumption of work.
The Department of Trade and Industry and Department of Labor and Employment jointly issued interim guidelines to assist private institutions in developing the minimum health protocols and standards for the workplace to prevent and control the spread of the coronavirus.
While some companies have instituted business continuity plans at the onset, many companies, especially the micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) which have limited resources and access to information, do not have such plans.
In this regard, we would like to respectfully ask our constituents in the business community to share with us your re-entry plans, to include work arrangements, workplace etiquettes, social distancing measures, health and safety protocols, facilities management, and visitor policies, among others.
We would like to know how your new normal and post-lockdown offices would look like. We need these stories to show how companies intend to continue their businesses while ensuring the welfare of the workers and their families, suppliers, customers, as well as the community. These cases may also provide guidance to smaller companies on how to navigate the new dynamics of the world of work.
We would appreciate getting salient features of your model policies, best practices, and strategic plans on or before 30 July 2020. ECOP will publish them in its website and social media accounts under the series “Business Continues, Business Cares: Strategic Framework towards Re-entry and Recovery”. Please send them to ECOP’s Advocacy, Research and Communications Department (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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41st National Conference of Employers
3-7 August 2020
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The 41st Virtual NCE will feature four main topics focusing on (1) the Digital Employer, (2) the Agile Employer, (3) the Resilient Employer, and (4) Policy Reforms to Restart the Economy.
In addition to the abovementioned Conference sessions, the 41st Virtual NCE will also deliver pre- and post-Conference webinar sessions that will revolve around the four main topics which are designed to complement the Conference-proper topics. These pre- and post-session will run through June to July 2020 and August to September 2020, respectively.
The 41st Virtual NCE will allow participants to learn from local and international resource speakers through presentations, forums, and panel discussions. Participants will also be able to engage with our resource speakers through a moderated Q&A.
The year 2020 brought changes to the world of work and businesses were forced to adapt and adjust policies, practices, and plans. ECOP’s 41st Virtual NCE shall help prepare and equip businesses with creative approaches to respond to challenges of the future of business and work. By helping to bridge the gaps, we can encourage a new generation of employers to contribute to the economy.
|Regular Rate||GROUP RATE (min. 3 PAX)|
|ECOP MEMBER||NON-MEMBER||ECOP MEMBER||NON-MEMBER|
|ALL EVENTS||Php 3,990.00||Php 4,990.00||Php 3,590.00||Php 4,590.00|
|CONFERENCE ONLY||Php 2,990.00||Php 3,990.00||Php 2,590.00||Php 3,590.00|
|Conference Proper (per episode)||Php 890.00||Php 990.00||Php 690.00||Php 790.00|
|Pre-Conference Package||Php 2,760.00||Php 3,160.00||Php 1,960.00||Php 2,360.00|
|Post-Conference Package||Php 2,760.00||Php 3,160.00||Php 1,960.00||Php 2,360.00|
|Pre/Post Conference (per episode)||Php 690.00||Php 790.00||Php 490.00||Php 590.00|
Visit this link to register: http://tiny.cc/NCE41
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