Video reposted from the Facebook page of PinoyMedia Center’s Film Weekly. On February 24, 98 regular employees of TV5 were axed by the network. Four of them were officials of the Associated Broadcasting Company Employees Union (ABCEU), aka TV5 Employees Union. They were fired on three grounds: financial difficulty, redundancy in personnel and qualifications. Related article: [News] […]Read more "[Video] Axed: The story behind TV5’s mass illegal dismissals"
Reposted from Bulatlat. “Management is claiming that the company is losing money but showed no proof to back up its claim.” By RONALYN V. OLEA Bulatlat MANILA – The union at TV5 and media groups believe that the sudden retrenchment of more than a hundred workers aims to weaken the union. On Feb. 24, over […]Read more "[News] Union busting seen as motive behind job massacre at TV5"
Reposted from the website of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP). The College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) stands with the workers of TV5 in their continuing fight for security of tenure and decent wages amid the media giant’s attacks against their rights. On February 24, more than 100 regular employees of TV5, 98 […]Read more "[News] College journos condemn layoff of TV5 workers"
Around 100 regular employees of TV5 are being laid off, sources tell Buhay Media. Information obtained by the TV5 Employees Union from the network’s Human Resources department indicate 34 assi…Read more "[News] TV5 lays off around 100 employees"
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines congratulates the Talents Association of GMA-7 for their landmark victory in the labor case against the network giant. News reports said the National Labor Relations Commission has ordered GMA Network Inc. to pay more than P21 million in back wages to more than 30 illegally dismissed employees […]Read more "[News] NUJP hails TAG’s victory over GMA-7"
GMA ordered to pay P21M to illegally dismissed workers By: Ed Margareth Barahan – @inquirerdotnet INQUIRER.net / 06:16 PM January 20, 2017 he National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC) has ordered GMA Network Inc. to pay P21 million in back wages to more than 30 illegally dismissed employees. The 11-page decision also ordered the reinstatement of […]Read more "[News] GMA ordered to pay P21M to illegally dismissed workers"
GMA-7 talents win illegal dismissal case The National Labor Relations Commission orders the network to reinstate the workers and pay them back wages equivalent to the workers’ monthly salary from their dismissal to their reinstatement Story by Patty Pasion Published 1:23 PM, January 20, 2017 Updated 1:27 PM, January 20, 2017 MANILA, Philippines – Former […]Read more "[News] GMA-7 talents win illegal dismissal case"