ILS women employees attend forum on women’s solidarity

ILS women employees attended a forum for women’s rights organized by the Embassy of France on 16 May, 2017 at the Century City Mall events center in Makati City. The forum highlighted different initiatives of women supporting other women in various fields such as politics, civil society, and the academe, bringing women forward as actors continue reading

ILS OIC-ED Riguer is among 2016 Bar passers

Manila – The Institute for Labor Studies OIC-Executive Director Mary Grace L. Riguer is one of the 3,747 successful examines who passed the 2016 Bar Examinations based on the official results released by the Office of the Bar Confidante of the Supreme Court last 3 May 2017. Together with the rest of the 2016 bar continue reading

ILS researchers undergo SurveyCTO Training

Manila – Researchers from the Institute for Labor Studies recently underwent a three-day training on Survey CTO last 22-26 May at the iLearn Conference Room, Intramuros, Manila. The activity was made possible through the combined efforts of the institute’s Technical Division Chiefs namely: Maria Isabel D. Artajo of the Employment Research Division, Patrick Patriwirawan, Jr. continue reading

ILS sends employees to supervisory training

Consistent with the Institute for Labor Studies (ILS) commitment to excellence, the ILS has sent two of its senior level employees to the Supervisory Development Course Track 1 of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) held last 18-21 April 2017 at the CSC-NCR Training Room, in Kaliraya Street, Quezon City. Completing the said four-day supervisory training continue reading

ILS attends 2nd consultative workshop addressing informal workers’ issues

The Institute for Labor Studies, through its representative Malorie Joy O. Mones of the Workers Welfare Research Division, participated in the 2nd Consultative Workshop: A Bill Seeking to Address Root Causes of Informality” and “Consultation Workshop Towards Development of Typology of Transitioning Informal Economic Units, Its Workers, and Informal Economy Workers in Formal Workplaces” held continue reading