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Name: Executive Order No. 111 amending certain provisions of the Labor Code, as amended.
Country: Philippines
Subject(s): Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations; Labour codes, general labour and employment acts; Labour contracts; Public and civil servants
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1986-12-24
Entry into force:
Published on: Official Gazette, 1987-02-16, No. 7, pp. 577-579
ISN: PHL-1986-R-3060
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=3060&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Official Gazette, 1987-02-16, No. 7, pp. 577-579
Abstract/Citation: These amendments primarily address trade union representation and procedures governing the right to strike. The Order also amends ss. 60 and 61 regarding the employment of apprentices and the contents of apprenticeship agreements, as well as s. 128(b) regarding powers to order compliance with labour standards. The Order replaces the provisions on state policy towards the labour movement (s. 211(c) of the Labor Code (LS 1974 - Phi. 1A (published as s. 210(c))) and changes one of the registration requirements for labour organizations (s. 234(c) (published as s. 233(c))). It amends s. 245 on the right of employees in the public service to organize and bargain collectively and ss. 257 and 258 on representation issues in organized establishments and petitions in unorganized establishments. Sections numbered in the Order as s. 264(c) and (f) and s. 265(d) address the filing of a notice of a strike or lockout and cooling-off periods, the requirements for a decision to declare a strike or lockout, and the prohibition placed on public officials to introduce or escort replacements for strikers. The provisions of ss. 238 and the second paragraph of ss. 239 and 241 (published as ss. 237, 238 and 240) on the structuring of the labour movement are repealed, as is Letter of Instruction No. 1458 to the extent indicated in the Order. The Order becomes effective 15 days after publication in the Official Gazette.
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