This e-learning course aims to educate learners on social dialogue and tripartism, which are the backbone of the International Labor Organization's policies. It also aims to educate learners about tripartite consultations, whose guidelines were laid down by Convention No. 144, and the process and bodies which facilitate, promote, and empower tripartism and tripartite consultations in the Philippines.
This course aims to educate the learners on concepts, policies, procedures and other information that are relevant to their work, profession, and entrepreneurial ventures. It covers the different phases of employment (pre-employment, during employment, and post-employment) as well as processes involved in entrepreneurship and professional practice. The course also aims to inform the learners of their labor-related rights and responsibilities for them to become better partners in attaining and maintaining harmonious labor-management relationships.
This e-learning course intends to enhance capacity of multisectoral stakeholders to promote the effective implementation of Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining principles in the Philippines (based on principles under ILO Conventions 87 and 98) as well as improve participation of tripartite social partners in the existing mechanisms addressing violations of workers’ civil liberties and trade union rights.
This module aims to assist private
establishments in ensuring workplace safety and health compliance of their
workplace pursuant to Republic Act No. 11058 or simply known as the Occupational
Safety and Health Law.
This module aims to assist employers resume their business operations while preserving employment of their workers through the adoption of a single type or a combination of flexible work arrangements.
This module aims to educate the learners on financial inclusion, and to advocate the use of transaction accounts for the payment of employees’ wages and other monetary benefits as provided for in DOLE Labor Advisory No. 26-20.