Negotiation Meetings of DepEd Management with DepEd National Employees' Union (DepEd-NEU) for Collective Bargaining
Pursuant to the provisions of the 1987 Constitution which recognizes the right of employees in the public sector to form unions or associations for the purpose of collective negotiations, Executive Order (EO) No. 180, s. 1987 entitled Providing Guidelines for the Exercise of the Right to Organize of Government Employees, Creating a Public Sector Labor Management Council (PSLMC) and for Other Purpose was promulgated to facilitate the establishment of an adequate consultation mechanism.
For the Department of Education (DepEd), the Civil Service Commission (CSC) has accredited DepEd-NEU as the sole and exclusive negotiating agent for the non-teaching rank-and-file employees in DepEd, who shall collectively negotiate with DepEd.
In this connection, the Negotiation Meetings and Joint Secretariat Meetings will be conducted at the DepEd Central Office (CO) on the following dates which was agreeed upon by the Panels:
The members of the Negotiating Panels and the Secretariat are as follows:
An alternate can only attend a Negotiation Meeting as replacement for a Negotiating Panel member who is absent. The members of the Panel Secretariat shall attend the Negotiation Meetings and the Joint Secretariat Meetings.
During the conduct of these negotiation meetings, the members of the Negotiating Panels and the Secretariat shall be on official business. A travel authority shall be issued by their respective superiors (Regional Directors (RDs) and/or Schools Division/City Superintendent (SDS) for the participants from the Regional or Division Office). The transportation and incidental expenses of the participants shall be charged to OSEC Funds subject to the usual accounting and auditing rules and regulations.
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