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Palace exec: Gov’t’s anti-’endo’ drive now a reality

The commitment of President Duterte against contractualization has taken shape with more than 40,000 workers regularized since July last year, the Palace announced the other day.
“On the government’s anti-endo drive, it nets 45,605 regularized workers and the President’s campaign promise to end the contractualization has become a reality,” presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella said at a press briefing in Malacañang.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) has successfully regularized the said workers from July 2016 to March this year.
It has also issued Department Order 174 on contracting and sub-contracting to support measures in abolishing illegal contractualization practices.
Abella noted that the order authorizes labor groups along with labor compliance offices to review establishments and observance of existing labor laws and regulations.
“We remain committed to provide stable and secure jobs for the Filipino people,” he said.
The Palace is also hopeful that the unveiling of Duterte’s economic and development blueprint for the Philippines or DuterteNomics, the robust economic growth and push for big-ticket infrastructure projects will be sustained.                        

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