Labor Day 2014

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

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ECC revises conditions for compensability of occupational hearing loss

The Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) recently issued a board resolution updating the conditions for compensability of deafness pursuant to its policy of upgrading the EC benefit structure for workers.

ECC invades Region 1 to conduct ECP advocacy seminar

Vigan City – The Employees’ Compensation Commission in coordination with the Department of Labor and Employment- Region I, will conduct a one-day advocacy seminar on Employees’ Compensation Program on 29 October 2014 in One Vittoria Hotel at Bantay, Ilocos Sur.

The ECC-QRT visits employees who met accident while going to and coming from work

The Employees’ Compensation Commission - Quick Response Team visited recently two employees of Rizal Medical Center who met work-related injuries while going to and coming from work.

ECC-REU 9 strengthens ties with SSS and GSIS

In Zamboanga City, the Employees’ Compensation Commission-Regional Extension Unit 9 (ECC-REU 9) recently paid a courtesy visit with the heads of the Social Security System (SSS) and the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) as part of its continuous efforts in establishing partnership with the said agencies in promoting and implementing the Employees’ Compensation Program (ECP).

ECC recognizes parental duties of separated partners as basis for EC claims

Employees’ Compensation Commission’s Executive Director Stella Z. Banawis yesterday said that the ECC has recently ruled in favor of a deceased member who has been exercising his parental duties over his children from a former marriage before he met his death in an accident on his way to work.

ECC grants death with funeral benefits to the beneficiaries of missing workers while in the performance of their duties during calamities or fatal events

Beneficiaries of missing persons while in the performance of their duties during calamities or fatal events can file their claims for EC death with funeral benefits within three years from the time the missing person has been presumed dead after the lapse of four years from the occurrence of the incident on the basis of Board Resolution 14-07-20, ECC Executive Director Stella Zipagan-Banawis said.