Issue of March 11, 2018
     
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Bizmen to be asked to employ 80% from city
by PIO release

Employers in the city will soon be required to make sure that 80 percent of their workforce is from the city.

Councilor Joel Alangsab filed a proposed ordinance requiring all establishments, investors, and contractors to hire a minimum of 80 percent of their work force from qualified and bona fide residents of the city.

Under the proposed ordinance, the qualified residents of the city must possess the required voter’s identification card, filed income tax return or any statement under oath showing the complete address of the applicant. The proofs of residence shall be considered as mandatory requirements in accepting a person for employment. The applicant must be a resident of the city for at least one year as certified by the punong barangay.

The ordinance added that business establishments that have been operating prior to the enactment of the measure are required to submit an annual report of the complete list names and addresses of their employees before the issuance of business permits.

concerned business establishments shall also furnish their reports to the Public Employment Services Office and the chairperson of the city council committee on employment, livelihood and cooperatives and persons with disabilities for their information, guidance, and reference.

Violators will be fined P5,000 and a stern warning that subsequent violations will result in closure of the establishments for the first offense; P5,000 and closure of the establishment for at least 30 days on second offense; and P5,000 and revocation of business permit and the closure of the business for the third offense.


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