Health and safety concerns in the electronics sector often fall secondary to economic issues such as wages, benefits and job security. Due to the pandemic, Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) became a focal point of…
The Metal Workers Alliance of the Philippines (MWAP) called on Congress to immediately legislate a paid pandemic leave amid rising cases of Covid 19 cases in Metro Manila and other cities due to the Delta variant….
Close to a year into the country’s community quarantine and more than a year into the global pandemic, Filipino workers and their families are mired in deepening poverty due to unabated rise in prices of…
The Metal Workers Alliance of the Philippines (MWAP) congratulates the Fuji Electric workers represented by Lakas ng Nagkakaisang Manggagawa ng Fuji Electric Philippines(LNMFEP)-OLALIA-KMU (Power of United Workers of Fuji Electric Philippines) for their recently…
The Metal Workers Alliance of the Philippines has launched the STOP Precarious Work Campaign. Their demand: contractualization in all forms must be banned. “Contractualization in all forms must be banned. Contractualization must end.” This is…
In an update released August 8th, the Metal Workers Alliance of the Philippines (MWAP) reports on a protest march in front of the NXP plant on August 6th. Around 1000 workers and supporters successfully asserted…
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