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27 May 2018

Philippines: Dept. of Labor releases list of labour-only contracting companies; food chain giant Jollibee tops list

Author: Gabriel Pabico Lalu, Philippine Daily Inquirer

"Jollibee tops DOLE list of labor-only contracting companies" 28 May 2018...

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23 May 2016

Philippine Airlines union to Presumptive President Duterte: deliver on promise of ending unjust contractualization; start with our case

Author: Interaksyon (Philippines)

"Workers to Digong: Rectify PNoy's 'mistake,' shield PAL employees from contractualization", 23 May 2016...

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12 June 2015

Philippines: Retired female flight attendants win gender discrimination lawsuit against Philippines Airlines

Author: Inquirer (Philippines)

"Retired female flight attendants win gender discrimination suit vs PAL", 11 June 2015...

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13 November 2013

PAL, PALEA settle 2-year labor dispute [Philippines]

Author: ABS-CBN News (Philippines)

Philippine Airlines (PAL) and the Philippine Airlines Employees Association (PALEA) have ended a two-year labor dispute by agreeing to reinstate all union members back to PAL…Trade Union Congress of the Philippines…lauded the forging of the final...

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1 November 2013

Philippine Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda – company contributions to humanitarian aid (Nov 2013)

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

These are examples of significant company contributions to humanitarian aid through 13 November 2013. This is not a comprehensive list, and we will keep adding items as we find them. [refers to Aboitiz, ABS-CBN, Air Asia Zest, Air21, Apple, Google,...

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21 June 2013

CA [Court of Appeals] slashes back pay of PAL flight attendants, keeps retirement age [Philippines]

Author: Virgil Lopez, Sun Star (Philippines)

FLAG carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) will only have to pay P100 million of the original P220-million back wages of its flight attendants, whose compulsory retirement age was retained by the Court of Appeals [CA]. The CA…said…that Labor Secretary...

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