PALSCON 11th National Conference Via Zoom

November 25, 2021

SG Reports

Successfully participated and concluded last November 23 and 24, 2021 was PALSCON’s 11th National Conference with its theme: Service Contracting in the New Normal and Beyond.”

11th National Conference Chair and PALSCON VP Armand L. Gutierrez Jr. and Vice Chair and Region VII President Grace Iligan and PALSCON National President Rhoda C. Caliwara graced the annual event with no less than Philippine Vice President Leonora Roberto and Department of Labor and Employment Secretary Sylvestre H. Bello III as Keynote Speakers.

Other luminaries were: Senator Joel Villanueva Senate of the Philippines, Senator Sherwin T. Gatchalian Senate of the Philippines, Hon. Pineda, Enrico A. Party List - 1-PACMAN House of Representatives, Quezon City, Hon. Karlo Alexei B. Nograles Cabinet Secretary Republic of the Philippines, Mr. Joey A. Concepcion III Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship, Go Negosyo Founder and ASEAN BAC Philippines Chair , Atty. Benjo Santos M. Benavidez Undersecretary Labor Relations, Social Protection and Policy Support Cluster Atty Josephus Jimenez Former DOLE Undersecretary, Labor Arbiter and Labor Attache to Malaysia, Taiwan and Kuwait , Mr. Sergio R. Ortiz-Luis, Jr. President Employers Confederation of the Philippines, AMBASSADOR Benedicto V. Yujuico President Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry , Dr. Carl Balita Chairman at CEB Group of Companies President and CEO of Carl Balita Review Center Chairman of Mahalta Resorts, Mr. Greg Chen Board Member World Employment Confederation, Ms. Rosemarie Bosch-Ong Senior Exec VP/COO, Wilcon Builder's Depot, Mr. Elmer G. Gascon Sr. Manager, Indirect Procurement at Johnson & Johnson, Mr. Ferdinand A. Ferrer EMS Group of Companies Chairman and CEO.

An annual event is held every by PALSCON involving the different sectors in the country and zero in vital issues and concerns in the workforce and economy.

This prestigious event was presented for the straight second year via online so not even the pandemic can stop collaboration of government, private and sectors and the service contracting industry.

Hopefully this 2022 we could see a better working conditions for all our workers.

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