Gap Analysis Of Key Osh Conventions

Occupational safety and health (OSH), a multidimensional field concerned with safety, health, and welfare of people at work, aims to foster a safe and healthy working environment for everyone.  OSH has been widely regarded and accepted as a basic workers’ right as enshrined in the ILO Constitution, which sets forth the principle that workers should continue reading

A Study On Job Retention And Re-Employment Of Person’s With Work-Related Disabilities (PWRD) In Select Regions In The Philippines

The transition of workers with permanent and temporary disability from absence to job retention or re-employment is affected by a number of factors. Several models indicate that return to work is usually associated with determinants other than physical and medical aspects of work contingencies. Hence, this study aimed to identify the factors associated with job continue reading

Process Evaluation of the Social Amelioration Program-Socioeconomic Projects (SAP-SEP) and Tracer Study of the Educational Assistance Program (EDAP)

Much of the studies on the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) tends to focus on the cash bonus, maternity, and death benefit components. This research therefore seeks to explore an understudied component, which is the socioeconomic projects, particularly the Educational Assistance Program (EDAP). The analyses are based on key informant interviews with program partners and implementers continue reading