Isabela City Mayor Sitti Djalia Turabin-Hataman graced the Isabela City Tripartite Industrial Peace Council Meeting, June 07.
Hosted by the Department of Labor and Employment-Isabela City Field Office led by Chief Labor and Employment Officer Marlyn Anoos, the meeting gathered representatives from stakeholders, including employers and civil society organizations to discuss issues affecting the local labor force of Isabela City. Accompanying Mayor Turabin-Hataman was Public Employment Service Office manager Aradelria Belleng.
In her brief remarks, Mayor Turabin-Hataman underscored the importance of the TIPC to engage with the labor force and to advance measures at ensuring that the benefits of economic growth are extended to those who are directly involved in it.
According to DOLE, the Tripartite Industrial Peace Council (TIPC) “functions primarily as a forum for tripartite advisement and consultation among organized labor, employer and government in the formulation and implementation of labor and employment polices… and is responsible for processing major issuances affecting labor, employment and other related concerns.” (Words by M. Guerrero/Photos by M. Santos, CIO)