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LABSTAT Updates

Vol. 18 No. 27 [10.30.2014]
ECONOMIC PROVISIONS OF COLLECTIVE
BARGAINING AGREEMENTS IN 2012
(LAST OF A THREE-PART SERIES)

Four out of every five registered CBAs had provisions for wage increases

  • Of the 281 registered CBAs from the files of the Bureau of Labor Relations of the Department of Labor and Employment, 81.9% (230) provided for various wage increase benefits to workers. (Figure 1)
  • Of the 230 CBAs with wage increase provisions, majority stipulated specific amount of peso wage increases in daily (119 CBAs) and monthly (72 CBAs) basis.  A lesser number (25 CBAs) granted a percentage increase in the basic payof the workers for the duration of the agreement.

 

 

 

 

 


Vol. 18 No. 26 [10.24.2014]
2011/2012 INDUSTRY PROFILE:
ELECTRONICS
(FOURTH OF A SERIES)

Background

        This LABSTAT Updates is the fourth in a series of industry profiles that features key industries with strong employment generation potentials. Statistics in this report were culled from the results of the 2011/2012 BLES Integrated Survey (BITS) - a nationwide sample survey of establishments with at least 20 workers.


 

 

 

 


Vol. 18 No. 25 [10.24.2014]
INVESTMENT IN HUMAN RESOURCES
A SURVEY OF JOB-RELATED TRAININGS IN ESTABLISHMENT
WITH 20 OR MORE WORKERS

Overview

        Training is a key management tool in managing the human resource development program of an organization. The success of any business lies on the knowledge and skills of its workforce which must be constantly enhanced and enlarged through training to keep pace with the increasingly competitive business environment. In today’s world of work, training of workers is a form of investment that contributes to the sustainability and profitability of a business.


 

 

 

 


Vol. 18 No. 24 [09.30.2014]
2011/2012 INDUSTRY PROFILE:
TOURISM
(THIRD OF A SERIES)

Total workforce consisted mostly of full-time workers (89.5% or 368,458)

  • By basis of payment, more than half of the total employed were paid monthly (52.4% or 215,537) while 28.9%were paid on a daily basis (118,985) and 8.2%on an hourly basis (33,936).
  • Only a small portion of workers were on part-time employment (5.5% or 22,714) and purely on commission (2.9% or 11,989).
  • Three in every seven workers were women (43.3% or 178,112); one in every five workers were young, i.e., aged 15 to 24 years (18.3% or 75,232).

 

 

 

 

 

 


Vol. 18 No. 23 [09.23.2014]
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE JULY 2014
LABOR FORCE SURVEY

More persons entered/re-entered the labor market in July 2014

        The country’s labor force grew by 2.2% (+879,000) to reach 41.230 million. The slight increase in labor force was due mainly to higher participation rates among female workforce (50.5% from 49.7%) and among persons in the prime working years aged 25 to 54 (77.5% from 76.8%). On the overall, labor force participation rate (LFPR) was up by 0.5 percentage point to 64.4%. (Table 5)


 

 

 

 

 

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