Nagsanib pwersa ang mga grupo ng militanteng manggagawa at ‘yung mga may simpatiya sa mga kapitalista para palakasin ang sigaw nila sa pamahalaan at sa publiko na pakinggan ang kanilang mga hinaing, kasama na ang kahilingan para sa pagtaas ng sweldo at pagbaba ang presyo ng mga bilihin.
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Photos by LITTLE WING LUNA Text by MITCH MEÑEZ MAY 1 is International Labor Day and in the Philippines it is a holiday. The designation of May 1 as Workers Day stated in Canada in 1870 when a parade was held in support of a strike against a 58-hour week work. The practice now […]
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By EIMOR SANTOS BALIUAG, Bulacan—Frederico “Debong” Palines, was one of thousands who swarmed the Labor Day job fair at the SM Mall in Baliuag recently. But he was not there to look for a job. He went to see his work displayed during the job fair, which was made more colorful by his paintings. Forty-eight […]
By DARLENE CAY and MELISSA LUZ LOPEZ Photos and video by VINCENT GO Senatorial candidates stole the limelight from the working class at yesterday’s Labor Day protest rallies, where workers called for a wage increase, bigger tax relief, an end to contractualization, non-wage benefits and lower prices of basic commodities. Cameras and microphones turned away […]
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By EIMOR SANTOS AND LLOYD REYES
Photos by VINCENT GO
JENNY Tanael, 47, is a wife of a minimum wage earner and mother of a contractual worker.
Her eldest son Juan Paolo keeps on hunting for a job each time his five-month contract in a fast food chain expires. Sometimes it takes him six months to find work at another branch of said restaurant. In between jobs, he relies for support on his father who earns less than P 400 per day as a security guard.