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Philippine Trade & General Workers Organization Commends NLRC Towards "Matuwid na Daan"

         The Philippine Trade & General Workers Organization (PTGWO), through its President, Mr. Victorino F. Balais, took cognizance of the recent reforms of the NLRC.

          In a letter dated 26 September 2012 to NLRC Chairman Gerardo Nograles, Mr. Balais, enumerates the reform measures implemented by the NLRC.

Associated Labor Unions-TUCP Commends NLRC's Reform Agenda

          The Associated Labor Unions-TUCP, through its National Executive Vice President, Mr. Gerard R. Seno, appreciates and commends the NLRC’s ongoing efforts of instituting reform measures.

NLRC Resolve 32,107 Cases by End of 3rd Quarter of 2012

          The National Labor Relations Commission disposed of 32,107 cases by the end of 3rd quarter of 2012, 23,021 original cases from the Regional Arbitration Branches, and 9,086 appealed cases from the Commission Proper.

           Settlement during compulsory arbitration at the Regional Arbitration Branches posted at 43% or 9,841 settled cases, and 35% or 2,509 settled cases under the Single-Entry Approach (SEnA) program. 

NLRC Maintains High Affirmance Rate of Decisions from Supreme Court and Court of Appeals in 2012

       The National Labor Relations Commission maintains the high affirmance rate of decisions from the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.

        By the end of 3rd quarter of 2012, 92% or 1,016 cases are affirmed, and 8% or 14 cases are reversed on appeal by the Court of Appeals. On appeal to the Supreme Court, 97% or 1,174 cases are affirmed, and 3% or 34 cases are reversed by the High Court.   

Good Example

EDITORIAL :|: Good example

BY: MINDANAO TIMES
POSTED: NOVEMBER 5, 2012 2:10 AM
 
          It is seldom that a government agency is commended considering that, most often than not, government are either embroiled in some anomalies or they are performing subpar.
          So when Sen. Franklin Drilon praised the National Labor Relations Commission, it was a testament that the agency had done something that many others have not.

NLRC Performance Lauded, Nograles Commends Staff

         The National Labor Relations Commission headed by its Dabawenyo chairman Gerardo C. Nograles has earned praise it’s performance in 2011.

Senator Franklin M. Drilon said the NLRC deserves to be nominated for the Civil Service Commission award because of its outstanding record. 
Drilon, a former secretary of the Department of Labor and Employment, which has supervision over NLRC, and Senate President, noted NLRC’s performance during a budget meeting last month.
         In his “A Mantle of Gratitude” letter to officials and employees of the agency on 

NLRC Chief Cites Good Performance of Peronnel

November 1, 2012 12:37 am 

         DAVAO CITY, Oct. 31 — The chairman of the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC) has cited the vital role of his men that contributed a lot in the attainment of the commission’s goals and accomplishments.

        “We can now claim, with pride and honor, that our efforts set a remarkable distinction in the field of public service. This success, however, cannot come into fruition without the contribution and participation of all the personnel,” said NLRC chair lawyer Gerardo Nograles, who is here in Davao City.

        This came after Senator Franklin Drilon himself commended the agency for its good performance specifically its speedy resolution of cases, marked

NLRC Nomination for CSC Award Pushed

Senator Franklin M. Drilon said the National Labor Relations Commission must be nominated for Civil Service Commission Award because of exemplary performance especially last year

NLRC on National Peace Consciousness Month 2012

            In coordination with the Office of Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) of the Office of the President, the NLRC supports and participates in the celebration of the Peace Month 2012.

            A public display of the National Peace Consciousness Month 2012 streamer, with the theme “Ako. Ikaw. Tayo. Magkakaiba, Nagkakaisa sa Kapayapaan – NLRC is for PEACE” was posted in main building of the NLRC.

NLRC Joins the 13th National Human Rights Forum on Protection of the Rights of Call Center Workers

            The NLRC participates in the 13thNational Human Rights Forum on Protection of the Rights of Call Center Workers last 29 August 2012 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Pasig City.

            The forum was organized and sponsored by the Presidential Human Rights Committee (PHRC) of the Office of the President.

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