Category Archives: KMU-SMR in the NEWS

KMU SOUTHERN MINDANAO IN THE NEWS:

INDIGNANT Members of the Radio Mindanao Network Davao Employees Union express indignation over management’s refusal to open negotiations for a new collective bargaining despite mediation by labor officials Thursday. The union is set to go on strike to press their … Continue reading

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KMU SOUTHERN MINDANAO IN THE NEWS:

Radio reporters, employees slam harassment, network refusal to negotiate CBA Workers accuse state security forces as behind the blatant surveillance on their activities. They said these coincided with their struggle to assert their right to renegotiate for a new CBA … Continue reading

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KMU SOUTHERN MINDANAO IN THE NEWS:

LBC’s unfair labor practice prompts workers to run DAVAO CITY — In preparation for their collective bargaining agreement (CBA) negotiations to be held September, rank and file workers of LBC Davao held a “protest run” and urged their management to … Continue reading

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KMU SOUTHERN MINDANAO IN THE NEWS: In a press conference yesterday at KMU-SMR office, Olalo disclosed this filing of an illegal dismissal case against the management, saying his dismissal and that of the rest of the members of the union … Continue reading

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Updates on the MPSI Campaign

Updates on the MPSI Campaign: Carl Olalo has file a complaint with the NLRC. Yesterday, in responding to our press conference, GMA reporter Tek Ocampo said that MPSI and ATU-TUCP denied our claims through a text message. They lied outright … Continue reading

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MIGRANTE DAVAO AND KMU SOUTHERN MINDANAO IN THE NEWS: Migrante-Davao spokesperson Irish Maquilan told reporters during a press conference at the KMU-Mindanao office along Rizal Street, Davao City that the most recent victims in the region were 27 individuals from … Continue reading

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