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Assessment on Dole

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Labour and Employment

DOLE or the Department of Labour and Employment was at first a small agency that commenced in 1908. On December 8, 1933, the agency developed into a department. DOLE is now considered as the general government office authorized in creating and employing procedures and programs. It also serves as the policy-advisory division of the Executive Branch in the field of labour and employment. DOLE is composed of the Office of the Secretary, with seven bureaus, six services, sixteen regional offices, twelve attached agencies and thirty-eight overseas offices with a complete manpower complement of 9,806. Ranking in the 14th position out of 21 departments, it functions on a budget of Php 6.618 Billion. With the vision and mission of developing the capabilities and competitiveness of Filipino workers, DOLE is consented to convey employment facilitation services for full and upright employment. It is also mandated to encourage industrialized amity based on social justice.

The Labour Governance Framework of DOLE is divided into two, the National goals and the Department goals. The National goals are consist of inclusive growth, poverty reduction, and job creation which are PNOY’s Social Contract. The Department goals are made up of human resources competitiveness, enterprise productivity, social protection and industrial peace through social partnership which are the 22 – Point Labour and Employment Agenda. The National goals intend to offer social protection which will provide poor families better income opportunities, good education, and good health. It also mean to give poor communities access to information and infrastructure that will create jobs, convey social services, and widen knowledge that will facilitate them to improve the quality of their lives. While the Department goals aspire to steadily move from national government regulation to industry self-regulation, and to generate a labour market policy that is reciprocally favourable for the...

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