Labor Day 2014

"Sa Sipag, Tiyaga, at Talino, Buong Mundo Saludo sa Manggagawang Pilipino!"

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ECC assists injured police officer in Sagada

Police Officer 1 Emmanwel Dagsan was wounded on his right thigh during the encounter between the PNP and NPA in Sagada on March 29, 2014.

ODW grabs ECC’s helping hand, now back to work

Early in the morning of November 14, 2013, Ana Liza De Guzman rode a bus from Guadalupe, Makati City to go to her work in Air Freight 2100 in Paranaque City and seated on the first row from the door of the bus.

President Aquino approves increase in EC benefits

President Benigno S. Aquino recently approved the increase of Employees’ Compensation Funeral Benefit from P10,000 to P20,000 for both the employees in the private and public sectors and 10% across-the-board increase in EC pension for all EC permanent partial disability, permanent total disability and survivorship pension in the private sector.

258,904 claims amounting to Php 1 billion worth of Employees’ Compensation benefits granted in 2013

The Employees’ Compensation Commission granted a total amount of Php 1,041,182,633.69 of EC benefits to 258,904 claims for work-connected contingencies in 2013 benefitting both the public and private sector employees Chair of the ECC Board and Secretary of Labor and Employment Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz said.

ECC aids PNP casualties in NPA attacks in Davao del Sur

Despite security concerns, the Quick Response Team of the Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) Regional Extension Unit 11 reached out to the PNP victims and their families after the clash between PNP and members of the New People’s Army in Matinao, Davao del Sur on March 10, 2014. The team informed the victims that they can file their EC claims with the Government Service Insurance System.

In Tacloban, ECC and Divine Word Hospital partners in providing assistance to ODWs

The Employees’ Compensation Commission inked an agreement with Divine Word Hospital in Tacloban City in order to provide assistance to occupationally-disabled workers in Region 8.