BUTUAN CITY – The Regional Conciliation and Mediation Board (RCMB)  – Caraga recently conducted its first meeting for CY 2020 with one of its active social partners, the Caraga Industrial Peace Practitioners and Advocates (CAIPPA), Inc on January 24 at VJ’s Restaurant, this city.

Attended by RCMB staff headed by Dir. Ma. Theresa M. Francisco, and CAIPPA officers headed by Jesse Pagaran, the meeting aimed on strategizing the 2020 Corporate Plan, evaluating the 2019 implemented activities and projects, and discussing the Labor Front Situation in Caraga.

With the thorough discussion, series of activities are to be steered this year that will focus on providing technical assistance and specialized trainings en route to an upheld harmonious labor-management cooperation.

“As your social partner, we will continue to work hand in hand with you (RCMB XIII) in providing technical assistance and specialized trainings,” Pagaran said.

PRODUCTIVE DIALOGUE. CAIPPA officers and Dir. Francisco exchange inputs for the 2020 CorPlanning

“We will be of help as well in monitoring companies with distressed labor-management cooperation,” he added.

WORDS OF APPRECIATION. Dir. Francisco express her heartfelt gratitude for the continued support of CAIPPA to the RCMB Caraga’s endeavors

Furthermore, issues and concerns on PHILAMCOP has been raised during the said activity with the presence of Taganito Mining Corp. Senior HR Manager Edgardo Buligan, the newly elect Auditor of PHILAMCOP. One of the highlights during the discussion is the hosting of Caraga in the upcoming PHILAMCOP – Mindanao Cluster Meeting.

“Rest assured that the branch will assist during the preparation,” Dir. Francisco said.

“We will meet again for an in-depth planning regarding the upcoming activity,” she added.

SHARING AND LISTENING. Senior HR Manager Edgardo Buligan, the newly elect Auditor of PHILAMCOP shares PHILAMCOP-related issues and concerns

The meeting concluded with words of gratitude from Dir. Francisco towards the officers and members of CAIPPA for their dedicated service and continued support in advocating industrial peace in Caraga. –MARY CARMELLE C. JUMAWAN/RCMB-Caraga