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 rules retired electrician’s back pain compensable

The Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) granted disability benefits to a retired electrician who suffered from a work-related low back pain. The electrician worked for a mining company for over thirty years. During his employment, he was responsible for maintaining for electrical devices and equipment. He was also asked to make electrical plans, troubleshoot and conduct continue reading : ECC rules retired electrician’s back pain compensable

ECC quenches thirst of two battalions for ECP awareness

Uniformed personnel of the 73rd Infantry Battalion listens intently as one their officers raised a question to ECC Information Officer Albert Bantan at the open court in Malita, Davao Oriental on 17 February 2021. The Employees’ Compensation Commission conducted an information drive to the 39th Infantry Battalion at Matanao, Davao del Sur and 73rd Infantry Battalion at continue reading : ECC quenches thirst of two battalions for ECP awareness

ECC elicits support from Davao del Sur local executives

The Employees’ Compensation Commission joined the monthly meeting of the League of Mayors of the Philippines hosted by the Local Government Unit of Padada on 09 February 2021 at Crocodile Peak, Piapi, Padada Davao del Sur. Davao del Sur local executives, Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) XI officials, officers of PNP Davao del continue reading : ECC elicits support from Davao del Sur local executives

ECC program beneficiaries receive hand prosthesis in Cagayan de Oro City

DOLE-10 Asst. Regional Director Estrella Pahalla and ECC-REU 10 Information Stella Obice check the cosmetic hand prosthesis granted by ECC to Jorie Etchon at DOLE Region 10 office in Cagayan de Oro City on February 05, 2021 The Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) awarded hand prosthesis to two persons with work-related disabilities (PWRDs) at the ECC continue reading : ECC program beneficiaries receive hand prosthesis in Cagayan de Oro City

PMAP-CDO awards ECC with 2020 Presidential Special Recognition

The People Management Association of the Philippines-Cagayan de Oro (PMAP-CDO) Chapter cited the Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) with a Presidential Special Recognition Award Via Zoom during its 149th General Membership Meeting and Induction of 2021 Chapter Officers and Trustees on February 10, 2021 The ECC was recognized for its invaluable contribution to PMAP-CDO in achieving its continue reading : PMAP-CDO awards ECC with 2020 Presidential Special Recognition

SK presidents in Ilocos Sur join EC Program webinar

A well-informed Filipino is an empowered Filipino. On February 18, 2021,  the Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) through its Regional Extension Unit 1 (REU 1) conducted a free webinar for the Sangguniang Kabataan Presidents in Ilocos Sur in coordination with the Panlalawigang Pederasyon ng Sangguniang Kabataan (PPSK). Around 30 SK Federated Presidents from different cities and continue reading : SK presidents in Ilocos Sur join EC Program webinar

ECC grants disability benefit to lady lawyer

A lady lawyer of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) MIMAROPA Region was granted EC disability benefits by the Employees’ Compensation Commission due to her work-connected Cerebrovascular Disease, Intracerebral Hemorrhage secondary to Hypertension. On July 25, 2018, the lawyer suffered a stroke while attending a seminar and immediately brought to the Adventist Medical continue reading : ECC grants disability benefit to lady lawyer

ECC reduces the waiting period for the grant of complementary benefit

The Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) lowered the minimum requirement for the grant of the complementary benefit worth P10,000 as livelihood assistance for persons with work-related disabilities (PWRDs). All PWRDs with livelihood projects funded by the ECC and which have been operating for at least three months need not wait to sustain their livelihood project for continue reading : ECC reduces the waiting period for the grant of complementary benefit