Tag: Wage hike

Jinggoy sees Marcos order to review minimum wage as a sign to pass P100 hike

(POLITIKO) Senator Jinggoy Estrada said it is time to pass the P100 minimum wage increase for workers after President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. ordered a wage rate review by the Regional Tripartite Wage and Productivity Boards (RTWPB). “With no less than the President calling for a prompt review of minimum wage rates in all regions, this…
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Statement on the President’s order to RTWPBs to review minimum wage rates

With no less than the President calling for a prompt review of minimum wage rates in all regions, this already ensures the possibility of a new salary increase for our workers. I strongly support taking a proactive approach towards ensuring fair compensation for our workers, especially in light of the rising cost of goods and…
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Sen. Jinggoy Estrada backs House version of wage hike bill

(INQUIRER) MANILA, Philippines — Senator Jinggoy Estrada has signified his willingness to convince his colleagues in terms of adopting a wage hike bill from the House of Representatives, even if it would propose higher pay increase. “It’s up to them if they would adopt our version. If they adopt it, that’s well and good. If…
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Estrada to push for adoption of wage hike bill if House version increases amount

(GMA NEWS) Senator Jinggoy Estrada is willing to convince his colleagues to adopt the House of Representatives’ version of the bill seeking to increase the minimum wage hike if congressmen propose a higher amount than the Senate’s version. Estrada, chair of the Senate labor, employment and human resources development panel, made the remark when asked…
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Estrada ready to adopt House version of minimum wage hike bill

(PNA) MANILA – Senator Jinggoy Estrada, who sponsored the Senate version of the bill seeking a PHP100 minimum wage hike in the private sector, said Monday that he is looking forward to adopting the House of Representatives’ version of the measure. This came after the announcement of House Majority Leader Manuel Jose Dalipe saying their members…
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Labor groups cheer Senate’s approval of P100 wage hike bill

(SUNSTAR) A COALITION of labor groups has welcomed the Senate’s approval of a proposed law seeking to increase the daily minimum wage of workers in the private sector by P100.  The Nagkaisa, a coalition of labor centers, federations and national unions, said the upper chamber’s move is a “good starting point” in reforming the mechanism…
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P100/day wage hike approved by Senate

(MALAYA) A BILL granting a P100-increase in the daily minimum wage of workers in the private sector was approved by the Senate on third and final reading yesterday. The measure, seen to benefit some 4.2 million minimum wage earners, was passed amid opposition from business groups that said a P100 salary hike is not the…
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Senate gives nod to P100 wage hike for private sector workers

(PNA) MANILA – Senators unanimously approved on Monday the bill seeking to hike the salary of workers in the private sector by PHP100. Under Senate Bill (SB) 2534, all minimum wage earners in the private sector nationwide, whether agricultural or non-agricultural, are entitled to the PHP100 increase. Senator Jinggoy Estrada, who sponsored the measure, dismissed again…
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WATCH: Manifestation on the Approval of Senate Bill No. 2534: P100 Minimum Daily Wage Increase

Manifestation on Senate Bill No. 2534: P100 Daily Minimum Wage Increase Act of 2024 19 February 2024  Official Social Media Accounts: Facebook & Youtube: @jinggoyestrada Instagram, Tiktok & Twitter: @jinggoyestrada_ Website: www.jinggoyestrada.ph Video: Senate of the Phillippines | IG: senateph COPY OF SPEECH: https://bitly.ws/3dzaJ 

Senate approves P100 daily wage hike bill

(INQUIRER) MANILA, Philippines — The landmark bill proposing a P100 increase in the daily minimum wage of workers in the private sector got a step closer to becoming a law as the Senate approved it on its third and final reading. Senate Bill No. 2534 under Committee Report No. 190 received 20 affirmative votes during…
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