Growth and development of Personnel Management in the Philippines
I.BODY OF THE REPORT
Personnel management practices have references to short case studies. Concludes that one must first understand the culture in relation to feelings, honor and relationships and the successful company is one which has formed effective relationships with not only customers but employees, suppliers and dealers and also provides staff with development opportunities.
*THE GROWTH OF LABOR UNIONS
The passage of industrial peace act of 1953, otherwise known as the Magna carta of Labor, triggered the organization of labor unions and the strengthening of the workers bargaining power. Collective bargaining negotiations and the administration of union contracts may be best be handled with the technical resources of a personal department Republic Act No. 875 June 17, 1953
AN ACT TO PROMOTE INDUSTRIAL PEACE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
(REPEALED BY PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 442)
SECTION 1. Declaration of Policy. - It is the policy this Act: (a) To eliminate the causes of industrial unrest by encouraging and protecting the exercise by employees of their right to self-organization for the purpose of collective bargaining and for the promotion of their moral, social, and economic well-being. (b) To promote sound stable industrial peace and the advancement of the general welfare, health and safety and the best interests of employers and employees by the settlement of issues respecting terms and conditions of employment through the process of collective bargaining between employers and representatives of their employees. (c) To advance the settlement of issues between employers and employees through collective bargaining by making available full and adequate governmental facilities for conciliation and mediation to aid and encourage employers and representatives of their employees in reaching and maintaining agreements concerning terms and conditions of...
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