Home » Feature » After 2-day strike and strike threat, union forges CBA at Korea-owned factory in Cavite ecozone, Philippines

After 2-day strike and strike threat, union forges CBA at Korea-owned factory in Cavite ecozone, Philippines

The dispute involving the first strike of the year ended with the labor union at a Korean-owned metal factory in the Cavite ecozone finally forging a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the management, the Partido ng Manggagawa said in a news release. “We congratulate the Tae Sung union for their victorious fight to negotiate a CBA that improves wages, benefits and working conditions in their workplace, including safety and health. Bravely confronting the ‘no strike, no union’ policy in the ecozone, they proved in real life that only by collective action can workers better their lot,” said Renato Magtubo, PM national chair.

Source: www.interaksyon.com

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