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SMP-NATOW heaps on battle against job contractualization

This is the firm, outrage call of Samahang Manggagawang Pilipino–National Alliance of Teachers and Office Workers (SMP-NATOW), with other affiliates of the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines...More...

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SMP-NATOW SLCEA Officers Take I-CARE seats

Last June 3, 2016, the Ilocos Region Industrial Conflict Administration and Resolution. Ensemble (I-CARE) held an Area-Wide cum General Assembly at San Fabian, Pangasinan. More...

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Suspension of classes during a calamity: The UPANG experience

From August 15 to 17, 2016 classes from all levels in Dagupan City were suspended due to heavy rains brought about by southwest monsoon or habagat. More

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An Evaluation of a Collective Bargaining Agreement between a Union Christian College faculty and Staff Union (UCCFSU -SMP-NATOW) and their University Employer.

This is the firm, outrage call of On August 1, 2016, a signing ceremony was held for a collective bargaining agreement between the university More...

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SMP-NATOW participates in the International Summer School 2016

One representative from Samahang Manggagagawang Pilipino-National Alliance of Teachers and Office workers (SMP-NATOW) participated in the annual Global Labour Institute International Summer School 2016 at Northern College, Barnsley, United Kingdom, July 4-8. More

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SMP-NATOW sends one of its officers to Korea Training

Bro. Juanito Sarmiento, Chair for NCR of SMP-NATOW and a Vice President for Non-Teaching of Jose Rizal University Faculty and Employees Union, (JRUFEU) a local affiliate of SMP-NATOW, attended a training on organizing in Seoul, Korea last May 23 to 27, 2016. More...

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Why prefer redunduncy over retrenchment

The Republic Act No. 10533 was enacted in 2013. This is the “Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013”, which is popularly known as the K to 12 Program. The K to 12 Program covers Kindergarten and 12 years of Basic Education.

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The TEACHER and the TEACHER UNIONS

Come to think of it, a teachers’ lot has not quite improved over time. Some of them are seen selling all sorts of stuff in the premises of the school. Still, some of them probably go into another job after their teaching schedule if only to “make both ends meet” in this economic environment characterized by high prices.

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