The Aquino administration has ushered in year 2011 with new challenges.
Employers, for their part, are hounded by various issues that pose challenges to Philippine businesses. Some of the major concerns are job creation, labor law reforms, and greening businesses.
The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) supports the government in its thrust of promoting public-private partnership. ECOP believes that such partnership among various stakeholders shall translate into economic growth that will have a trickle-down effect on the common people.
These issues and challenges shall be discussed during the 32nd National Conference of Employers (NCE 32), an annual undertaking by ECOP, to be held on 4-5 May 2011 at the Marriott Hotel. The Conference theme is “Tripartism and Employment: The Way Forward..” NCE 32 is chaired by Jesus B. Varela.
Among the topics of the Conference plenary sessions are “Sustaining Growth and Employment,” “Growth Through Labor Market Reforms,” “Emerging Global Best Practices,” and “Business Development and Bureaucracy.”
Every year, ECOP convenes its constituency through the National Conference of Employers to come up with concrete and comprehensive position on matters of national importance that affect employers, its relation with its social partners and the business environment in general.
For more information about NCE 32, please call tel.nos. 890-4847, 896-5006 or 897-5295. For inquiries on sponsorships, please feel free to get in touch with Ms. Josie (loc. 108). For inquiries on participation, you may call Ms. Lani (loc. 112).