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Corporate Compensation Survey
Contains updated figures on executive and rank-and-file salaries and benefits in local and multinational firms presented by:
- Job title
- Ownership Nationality
- Employment Size
- Regional Work Base
- Market Orientation
PHP 24,000 – Non-members
PHP 12,000 – ECOP Members
Collective Bargaining Agreements Survey Report (CBA)
An updated and easy-to-read reference material for CBA planning for unionized firms, for company policy designing for non-unionized firms, and for academic purposes.
Contains recent figures on corporate salaries and benefits, actual CBA economic and political provisions, related local and international labor standards, and trends in salaries and benefits.
PHP 12,000.00 – Non-members
PHP 6,000.00 – ECOP Members
Legal Guidebook for Effective Employers
A series of handbooks that provide
- Kinds of Employment
- Labor Dispute Settlement
- Labor Relations
- Labor Standards
- Special Laws
- Termination of Employment
PHP1,999.00 – Per set
PHP399.00 – Per volume
Policy Framework for Improving Labour Market Efficiency through more Effective Job Skills Matching in the Philippines
A research study undertaken with the support of the International Labour Organization Bureau for Employers’ Activities which aimed to influence government initiatives to reflect employers’ views and needs in the national skills policy framework as well as improve labor market outcomes in the Philippines through better matching between skills demand and supply in the automotive, electronics, and hospitality sectors.
Price: PHP 999.00
The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP), in partnership with the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI), is conducting a baseline survey to gain knowledge on the degree of understanding and contribution of businesses on the UN Sustainable Development...
“What deserves greater attention is the primordial need to create more jobs and preserve those that still exist. This cannot be addressed by adding to the cost of doing business fueled by a wage increase,” the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP),...
The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI), ECOP’s sister organization in Denmark, visited the Philippines from 25 to 28 April 2022 as part of the conclusion of the ECOP-DI 2018-2021 project on “Strengthening Bipartite Relations at the National and Enterprise Levels”...