Press release

Cebu City—The National Conciliation and Mediation Board VII speaks before the graduate students of the University of San Jose Recoletos Graduate School of Business and Management  during the Labor Relations Seminar last August 18, 2018 at the USJR Main Campus.

This is in response to the student’s invitation as a requirement on their Employee and Labor Relations subject for the course Doctor in Management Major in Human Resources Management.

Ms. Josephine C. Plariza, the students’ representative said that their group was tasked to report on Labor Relations particularly on unionism and collective bargaining agreement.

Senior LEO Rex P. Ramos introduced NCMB and its programs prior to his discussion on the history of unionism.

Director Edmundo T. Mirasol discussed unionism particularly its registration, rights and obligations, election as well as  its advantages and disadvantages.

He also discussed the topic on collective bargaining agreement.

On one hand, Ms. Plariza said that the talk gave them a better understanding about labor organization and the subject matter itself.

“We hope to bring these information to our respective workplaces should we encounter such.”, she added.

It can be recalled that the board became resource speakers for schools in the past. Last year for the graduate students of the Cebu Normal University College of Nursing, in 2016 with the sophomore law students of the University of San Carlos and in 2015 for the  masteral business students of the University of San Jose-Recoletos.

USJR is one of the universities in Cebu giving quality Christian, community oriented education. It is an active member of the Labor Tripartite Council in Education.

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