LEARNING CONCILIATION-MEDIATION PROCESS, TECHNIQUES AND SKILLS AS AN EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION

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National Conciliation and Mediation Board V

Regional Branch No. V

OCTOBER 26, 2018 

 

Legazpi City- The National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB) created under Executive Order No. 126 shall formulate policies, develop plans and programs, and set standards and procedures relative to the promotion of conciliation and mediation of labor disputes, administration of voluntary arbitration program, and the promotion of other cooperative, non-adversarial, and voluntary modes of labor dispute settlement.

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Another permanent member of RB5 assumed post

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National Conciliation and Mediation Board

Regional Branch No.

19 October 2018

 

“Small but terrible,” as described by almost everyone in the branch office of the newly hired Administrative Assistant III of RCMB 5, Ms. Jennifer Mae A. Novela.   If I may describe her, she is one petite and “terrible” lady in the sense that when she became part of NCMB, she is very active and committed in the pursuits of the office and not to mention already became a Resource Person in one of the recent area wide seminars conducted by the branch – and that’s just months long after she was hired – on a Job Order basis.

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Carpenter gets financial assistance

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National Conciliation and Mediation Board

Regional Branch No. V

September 27, 2018

 

Legazpi City – A carpenter who sought the intervention of the regional branch through its Single Entry Approach (SEnA) program gets financial assistance and SSS payments from his former employer who contracted out his services when the company was still in its initial stages of building the establishment.

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LAMIPA-OGMA CONDUCTS JOINT 3RD QUARTER MEETING AT RCMB 5  

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National Conciliation and Mediation Board

Regional Branch No. V

September 27, 2018

 

The Labor and Management Industrial Peace Advocates (LAMIPA) and the Organization of Grievance Machinery Advocates (OGMA) conducted a Joint Officers Meeting at the National Conciliation and Mediation Board Regional Branch 5 Office on September 25, 2018.

The purpose of the meeting is the finalization of the plans for the conduct of area-wide seminar on October 2018 and the General Assembly and Election of Officers updates.  A total of 10 participants attended the meeting which was presided by LAMIPA President Dante L. Encinas.

Issues raised during the meeting were about the conduct of the General Assembly and Election of Officers which is still on hold and will still be decided by the Board of Trustees as they plan to invite members first during the planned area wide seminar to make the association bigger and stronger. The officers will also review the Constitution and By-Laws of the LAMIPA-Bicol.

After some discussions and consultations the LAMIPA and OGMA Officers agreed to conduct the Area Wide Seminar on October 26, 2018 to be held here in Legazpi City with the topic on “Equality and Diversity in the Workplace”.

 

Submitted by:                                                                APPROVED FOR RELEASE

 

HAZEL G. CAROCHE                                               REYNALDO S. FONCARDAS

LEO III                                                                             Regional Branch Director

DIRECTOR FONCARDAS GRACE THE CONCLUSION OF THE CBA OF PGPC & PGIEU  

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National Conciliation and Mediation Board

Regional Branch No. V

September 27, 2018

 

Legazpi City- Director Reynaldo S. Foncardas of the Regional Conciliation and Mediation Board V (RCMB-V) was invited on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at Hotel St. Ellis to grace the conclusion of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between  Philippine Geothermal Production Company (PGPC) and Philippine Geothermal Inc. Employees’ Union (PGIEU).

 

During his opening remarks at the signing ceremony, Director Foncardas said that signing of CBA is very important in terms of industrial relationship between management and union because it determines the terms and condition of employment as well as cause of party mechanism to resolve problems arising from interpretation and implementation of CBA as well as the company rules and regulation. In reality, he said that the moment one asks the intervention of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) the management often sees it as meddling, that’s the implication.

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