Tagalog News: DepEd tiniyak ang tapat, maayos at mapayapang eleksiyon sa Mayo 10
Manila (6 May) -- Nanumpa ang Department of Education (DepEd) na mananatili itong listo at mapagmatyag upang masegurong tapat, maayos, at mapayapa ang kauna-unahang automated elections sa bansa.
Inihayag ni Education Secretary Mona Valisno na hihikayatin ng naturang kagawaran ang lahat ng mga mamamayan na isagawa ang halalan ng tapat, maayos at mapayapa at hayaan ang mga ito sa kanilang karapatan na pumili ng karapat-dapat na mga lider na mamumuno sa bansa sa loob ng anim na taon.
Dumalo sa nasabing pledging ceremony ang Comelec, Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV), Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP), at iba pang DepEd partners, officials at mga DepEd personnels.
Layon ng nasabing seremonya na mapanatili ang impartiality at neutrality ng mga election officials. Tampok dito ang ceremonial lighting of candles at sinundan ng election briefing sa pangunguna ng DepEd at ng Comelec.
Ani Valisno, ibinigay ang gawaing ito sa mga guro dahil nakukuha ng mga ito ang tiwala at respeto ng publiko.
Sa kasalukuyan, nakikipag-ugnayan na ang DepEd sa iba?t ibang ahensiya ng pamahalaan para tiyaking maayos ang takbo ng poll operations sa Mayo a-10. (BDEnestois/PIA12)
Dipolog opens search for outstanding employers, employees
Dipolog City (6 May) -- The Tripartite Industrial Peace Council (TIPC) of Dipolog City in coordination with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has recently launched a search for outstanding employers and employees in the private sector here in this city.
Supervising Labor Employment Officer Henry Tianero, officer-in-charge of DOLE's district office here said the search for outstanding employers and employees aims to recognize the business establishments as well as the workers who have contributed to the promotion of industrial peace.
Business establishments which strongly promote the morale of their workers resulting in better outputs and quality service to customers are likely to win the search.
Besides, according to Tianero the project serves as an avenue to promote the culture of convergence, partnership and cooperation among community members for socio-economic growth of the community.
The launching activity, which was held at the city mayor's office, was attended by Mayor Evelyn T. Uy, Labor Arbiter Dan Santos of the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC), Henry Tianero of DOLE, representatives from the private sector, some media practitioners and members of TIPC. (PIA-ZN) [top]