Carmen Copper Corporation: The Grievance Effectiveness

Press release

Cebu City—The company  succeeded in utilizing their plant-level mechanism as a way of solving their grievances within the organization and having no case referred to voluntary arbitration, this is how the leading copper producer of the country embodies to promote a harmonious and healthy relationship.

In 2017, Carmen Copper Corp., a first timer entry to the biennial search,  bagged  the Outstanding Grievance Machinery for Industrial Peace award during the 11th National Convention on Labor and Management Cooperation held last November 23-24 in Cebu City.

It bested the other three national finalists namely: CAGELCO Labor Union /Cagayan II Electric Cooperative Inc.,   (Region II), International Wiring Systems Workers Union/International Wiring Systems (Phils.) Corp., (Region III),  and  Metal Workers Union FFW/Philippine Sinter Corp (Region X).

Carmen Copper Corp. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Atlas Consolidated Mining and Development Corporation. It is engaged in metallic mineral exploration and development located at Barangay Don Andres Soriano, Toledo City, Cebu.

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SENA reveals goodness of the heart

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Cebu City—Contrary to what a typical person believes when it comes to the employer-employee relationship  where it ends up in an unending conflict where the parties push to the limits their respective positions, a recent request for assistance settlement is an exception, which reveals the employer’s goodness of the heart.

This was emphasized by Conciliator-Mediator Rosemarie G. Oxinio after the settlement of the request for assistance of Ms. Lolita Ocampo in one hearing last January 29, 2018.

“Though management is not required to pay the separation because Ms. Ocampo voluntarily resigned from her work, the former extended P5,000.”, says Conmed Oxinio.

The act is a gesture  of De Oro Resources Inc.  goodness of their heart since Ms. Ocampo only asked for P3,000 from them as settlement amount., she added.

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Women’s Month celebration ends with VAWC and Anti-Sexual Harassment seminar

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Cebu City—Cognizant on the role of women in society and the importance of empowering them through awareness, the National Conciliation and Mediation Board VII conducted a VAWC and Anti-Sexual Harassment  seminar to cap the month-long National Women’s Celebration.

Conmed Paciano L. Murro Jr. on his talk.

Conmed Paciano L. Murro Jr. on his talk on RA9262.

The awareness campaign drew 61 women participants from Brgy. Sayaw, Barili, Cebu.

According to Director Edmundo T. Mirasol, women play an important role   to an individual more specifically in bringing us to life through our mothers.

In his message, Mirasol said that the board as a conflict management institution of the DOLE also promotes the program not only to companies but also to the basic pillars of society.

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Former branch manager/appraiser receives final pay

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Cebu City— A  former branch manager/appraiser of a pawnshop company received her final pay through SENA, announced Director Edmundo T. Mirasol today.

Ms. Vaniza Logronio, a resident of Cagwait, Surigao del Sur received the full settlement of her claims amounting to P 19,727.49 net  last March 5, 2018 after three conciliation conferences.

LEO III  Remus M. Caducoy  who facilitated the settlement said that Ms. Logronio filed the request for assistance last February 5, 2018  for her last pay, 13th month, separation pay and certificate of employment.

“She was employed as Branch Manager/Appraiser at RD Pawnshop-Butuan Branch for 7 years and 9 months. ”, LEO III Caducoy said.

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