NCMB RB5 supports Bicol OSSCO

Legazpi City – In support to DOLE Memorandum Order No. 6 series of 2017 and for the smooth operation of the One-Stop Service Center for OFWs (OSSCO), NCMB Regional Branch 5 assigned personnel to man the Bicol OSSCO located at the 3rd floor of Pacific Mall-Legazpi on January 13 and 24, 2017.

 

Senior LEO Efleda Hourani and Administrative Aide VI Rolando Jetajobe dutifully performed their function as Officer-On-Duty by providing needed information and responded to the clients’ (OFWs’) queries.  They also referred them to the proper agency with regard to their needs and requests.  Likewise, the OFWs were guided on the systems and procedures in the application and acquisition of documents as required in relation to their deployment overseas.

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Papas speaks at EDC re-orientation on expanded LMC

Legazpi City – At the invitation of Human Resource Management Department Head Hazel M. Conda of Energy Development Corporation – BacMan Geothermal Production Unit (EDC-BGPU) to guide the company in setting-up an expanded structure for their LMC or Labor and Management Cooperation program, Ms. Lovelyn S. Papas, Chief of Workplace Relations Enhancement Division of NCMB conducted the activity as resource person to re-orient the participants.  The re-orientation seminar was held at its Legazpi Office Cagsawa Conference Room, 2F Air21 Building, Cruzada, Legazpi City on 25 January 2017.

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RCMB5 holds regional LMC convention

PRESS RELEASE

National Conciliation and Mediation Board

Regional Branch No. 5

29 November 2016

 

Legazpi City – A regional convention on Labor-Management Cooperation (LMC) on Productivity and Innovation was conducted by the Regional Branch 5 of the National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB) on November 10, 2016 at Villa Caceres Hotel, Naga City.

The 81 participants were LMC committee members from 40 companies.

“The theme of the activity Enhancing LMCs towards Higher Productivity is aimed to support the participants in their quest for higher efficiency in their workplaces through the various productivity toolboxes that were presented by choosing and applying whatever suits their company’s structure and nature of business,” explained RCMB5 OIC Director Josephine DL. Amaranto.

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RCMB5 sponsors senior citizens’ health forum

GOOD NEWS

National Conciliation and Mediation Board

Regional Branch No. 5

29 November 2016

Legazpi City – In accordance with Republic Act 9994 or the “Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010” that grants additional benefits and privileges to senior citizens, the Branch sponsored one of the activities of the organization of senior citizens of the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Sorsogon during the Elderly Filipino Week (EFW) celebration held at the Function Room of Sorsogon City Hall on October 10, 2016.  The activity was organized in coordination with the Office of Senior Citizens Affairs (OSCA).

Over a hundred senior citizens from the entire Sorsogon Province participated in the activity.  Sorsogon City Mayor Sally E. Lee graced the occasion.  She said she cannot thank the Branch enough for the generous contribution to their elderly.

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COMPANIES FOR COC ISSUANCE UNDERGO LMC, SEnA ORIENTATION

Legazpi City – For personnel of the Regional Branch V of the National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB-V), all systems go to conduct orientation on Labor-Management Cooperation (LMC) and Single Entry Approach (SEnA) programs to establishments listed by the Department of Labor and Employment – Regional Office V (DOLE-ROV) for issuance of Certificate of Compliance (COC) on General Labor Standards/Occupational Safety and Health Standards.

In letters to NCMB-V by DOLE-ROV OIC Regional Director Atty. Ma. Karina Perida-Trayvilla, a total of 30 establishments were listed to undergo orientation on LMC and SEnA as a requirement for the issuance of COC pursuant to DOLE Department Order No. 131-B series of 2016 or the Revised Rules on Labor Laws Compliance System specifically Rule X or Certificate of Compliance.  Out of these, three companies have existing active LMCs hence they did not undergo the orientation.  Instead, a certification that they have already attended seminars on LMC and SEnA were issued to the companies with existing LMC as a requirement for the issuance of their COC on GLS/OSHS. Continue reading