ECC clears issue on Cash Assistance

Funds to pay for claims for Employees’ Compensation benefits for all workers in the public and private sectors who suffered from work-related contingencies, such as sickness, injuries, or death, remain available. This was clarified by Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) Executive Director Stella Zipagan-Banawis to shed light on the status of application for the Employees’ Compensation continue reading : ECC clears issue on Cash Assistance

ECC clarifies: ECC Funds remain available

To shed light on the application for the Employees’ Compensation Cash Assistance,  Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) Executive Director Stella Zipagan-Banawis clarified, “The Employees’ Compensation Commission’s (ECC) funds to pay for claims for employees’ compensation benefits for all workers in both the public and private sectors who suffered from work-related contingencies such as sickness, injuries or continue reading : ECC clarifies: ECC Funds remain available

ECC holds virtual family day celebration

The Employees’ Compensation Commission successfully celebrated this year’s Family Day last November 9 and 10 with the theme “Reliving Filipino family bonding tradition.” The pandemic changes the way events are celebrated. Mass gathering are prohibited by the government in order to prevent spread of the COVID-19. Bonding activities with the family are halted. Employees have continue reading : ECC holds virtual family day celebration

Liaison officer augments income through sari-sari store business

“Dako nakong kalipay nga ako nga isip trabahante sa gobyerno naka benepisyo pud sa kung unsa ang gipanghatag sa mga trabahante sa pribado nga trabahoan” (I am overjoyed that as a government employee, I am also able to receive benefits that private employees enjoy) said Jose Durano Jr. when ECC REU Administrative Officer Desiree Apostol continue reading : Liaison officer augments income through sari-sari store business

PWRD in CAR successfully runs own laundry business with ECC’s help

ECC STARTER AND COMPLEMENTARY KITS-LAUNDRY BUSINESS. Bodtan poses in front of the clean clothes ready for pick up or delivery to his clients. Baltazar Bodtan was working as a miner for twenty four years in the mountainous region of Benguet. Prior to his retirement, he was diagnosed with noise induced hearing loss that made it difficult continue reading : PWRD in CAR successfully runs own laundry business with ECC’s help

Female leadman-operator turns entrepreneur after work-related accident

SARI-SARI STORE OWNER. Juvy Balundo poses with her ECC livelihood check and grocery items which she displayed for her sari-sari store business.   While happily posing in her sari-sari store with newly purchased grocery items and frozen products from the Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC), Juvy Mira T. Balundo said, “Hindi ko inakala na nang dahil sa continue reading : Female leadman-operator turns entrepreneur after work-related accident

ECC opens portal of entrepreneurship to PWRDs

LIVELIHOOD TRAINING TO BENEFICIARIES. PWRDs attentively listen to the presentation of Franschelline Orvette Loayon, Admin Officer II, and Rea Sa-an, NRCO Regional Officer during the entrepreneurship and financial awareness seminar in Davao City. The Employees’ Compensation Commission Region 11 conducted an Entrepreneurial Development Training and Financial Awareness Seminar at the Activity Center, DOLE 11 to continue reading : ECC opens portal of entrepreneurship to PWRDs