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LABSTAT Updates

Vol. 19 No. 9 [09.01.2015]
JOB VACANCIES: 2013-2014
...AN OVERVIEW
(FIRST OF A THREE-PART SERIES)

Almost half of the total establishments had vacancies

  • The recent survey covered a total of 35,209 establishments, of which 15,986 or 45.4 percent were reported as hiring additional workers.

 

 

 

 


Vol. 19 No. 8 [09.01.2015]
2014 SURVEY OF EMPLOYMENT
IN ESTABLISHMENTS WITH 20 OR MORE WORKERS
(FIRST OF A SERIES)

Employment increased in all major industry group

  • Total employment in establishment with 20 or more workers was estimated at 4.472 million as of the payroll period June 30, 2014 - an increase of 18.6 percent (+702,526) from 3.769 million in 2012. (Table 1)
  • More More specifically, total employment in the agriculture sector grew by 40.6 percent (+68,929) to 0.239 million from 0.170 million in 2012.
  • Employment in the services sector also expanded by 22.9 percent (+539,546) to 2.898 million from 2.358 million.

 

 

 

 

 


Vol. 19 No. 7 [08.27.2015]
PROFILE OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS IN 2013
(FIRST OF A THREE-PART SERIES)

Registered CBAs

  • Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs) registered in 2013 reached a total of 289. Majority or 5 out of every 8 of these CBAs were comprised of renewals (180 or 62.3%), while 2 out of every 9 CBAs (64 or 22.1%) were initial CBAs or registered for the first-time. The remaining 45 CBAs (15.6%) were supplemental CBAs. (Figure 1)
  • Classified by scope of bargaining unit, majority of the CBAs (279 or 96.5%) covered rank and file employees. Only 10 CBAs (3.5%) were for supervisory level positions. (Table 2)

 

 

 

 

 


Vol. 19 No. 6 [08.25.2015]
WAGE RATES IN INDUSTRIES...
WAGE DIFFERENTIALS IN OCCUPATIONS
(FIRST OF A FOUR-PART SERIES)

Highest wage differential among occupation groups posted by technicians and associate professionals both in 2012 and 2014

  • Wage rates vary across occupations and industries caused by an interplay of several factors that include employment shifts or turnover of employees in occupations and in industries, work experience/seniority/length of service, bargaining negotiations, restructuring, among others.
  • Wage ratios within major occupation groups are computed by comparing its highest occupational wage rate relative to its lowest wage rate.  These wage rates refer only to the selected occupations in the selected industries. (Table 1)

 

 

 

 

 


Vol. 19 No. 5 [08.13.2015]
LABOR TURNOVER STATISTICS
(IN LARGE ENTERPRISES IN METRO MANILA)
FIRST QUARTER 2015

Employment in large enterprises in Metro Manila essentially flat in the first quarter of 2015

  • Employment growth in large enterprises in Metro Manila stayed positive during the period though less than one percent at 0.53%. (Table 1)
  • The slowdown reflects the past pattern of weak demand for labor in the first quarter of the year (Table 2). This can be observed in twelve sub-sectors which recorded negative net turnover rates. These decline, however, was matched by continuous employment expansion particularly in administrative and support service activities which include BPO; agriculture, forestry and fishing; and mining and quarrying.

 

 

 

 

 

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