The businessman-turned-president made the announcement side by side with the Taiwanese tech giant's CEO Terry Gou, as he tried to show his 'America First' economic rhetoric is making a difference
Labor representatives urge the President to sign an executive order and then certify as urgent the bills pending with the Senate and the House
Data from the Bureau of Working Conditions show 48,116 of the regularizations were results of efforts done in 2016; the 1,277 were from the 2017 assessments
The Department of Labor and Employment has organized job fairs in 21 venues across the country
The Duterte government is seen as falling short in job creation, workers' wages, reducing poverty, and controlling inflation, Pulse Asia notes
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(UPDATED) Fillon had been expected to go before investigating magistrates on Wednesday over the scandal, which has undermined his campaign for the presidency
(UPDATED) Transposing hardline campaign promises into a presidential key, Trump offers the most restrained and detailed explanation yet of his America-first world view
Conservative candidate Francois Fillon dismisses the claims as politically motivated
(UPDATED) US President Donald Trump visits North Charleston to renew his campaign vow to champion jobs and industry
Trump has been quick to take credit for any job creation and new investments
Some companies say Trump's broadside is not sufficient to compel a change in plans
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'Different regions have different conditions, cost of living conditions, so you cannot just enforce a uniform increase across all regions,' says Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia
'With each successful generation (of a product) it becomes harder. The question becomes, 'What's the next big thing?' and it's not clear what that is going to be.'
'We are on track in our objective to reduce illegitimate contractualization practices and 'endo' by 50% by the end of 2016, and abolishing it by 2017,' says Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III
Philip Hammond: 'We must expect some turbulence as we go through this negotiating process'
The bill proposes to penalize employers up to P250,000 if they fail to pay freelancers for services rendered, and also exempts freelancers from tax payments for the first 3 years
Neophyte Senator Joel Villanueva files Senate Resolution 129, saying the problem of jobs mismatch leads to higher unemployment
The Labor Force Survey for July 2016 also shows unemployment at 5.4%, the lowest since 2005
The International Labor Organization also warns that more than a third of young people who have a job are living in extreme or moderate poverty
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'Under the terms of the merger agreement, Randstad will pay $3.40 per share in cash, or a total purchase price of approximately $429 million," the group says in a statement
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The fast food chain plans to open 250 more branches in Britain by the end of 2016
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The International Monetary Fund lowers its outlook for economic growth in the United States, where 46.7 million people are living in poverty
The incoming labor chief says he may release an order on this requirement as part of the Duterte administration's fight against contractualization
(UPDATED) The jobs available are not meeting the aspirations of Filipino youth entering the labor market, says World Bank lead economist Jan Rutkowski
But Yellen also says the overall labor market situation is 'quite positive'
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'These are tough times for our industry and we have to take further difficult decisions to ensure Shell remains competitive'
Poverty also remains 'stubbornly' high in Africa and much of Asia, says the International Labor Organization
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Vice President Jejomar Binay also says P950 billion to P1 trillion will be spent on infrastructure projects every year
The Liberal Party standard-bearer clarifies, however, that ending contractual work depends on the particular sector
Senator Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr, who says he will focus on workers' rights if elected vice president, vows to end contractualization
The United Nationalist Alliance standard-bearer said that two million jobs would become available for Filipinos every year between 2016 and 2022
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