Labor force and Empoloyement

EMPLOYMENT AND INCOME PROFILE

 

Public Employment Service Office (PESO)

The Public Employment Service Office (PESO) ensures the speedy, equitable and efficient employment service delivery and expands the existing employment facilitation services to maximize the impact of employment programs and services at the local government level.

By way of summarizing Table 6.45 to 6.58 that provide details on the employment and income situation in Santa Rosa City, the PESO expected to do the following:

  1. Provide employment to deserving students and out-of-school youths coming from poor families, during summer vacation, as provided for under RA # 7323, otherwise known as the Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) and its implementing rules, to enable them to pursue their education.
  2. Provide a venue where people could explore simultaneously various employment options and actually seek assistance they prefer.
  3. Serve as referral and information center for the various services and programs of DOLE and the local government.
  4. Provide clients with adequate information on employment and labor market situation in the area.
  5. Network with other PESO's within the region for job exchange purposes.
  6. Encourage employers to submit to the PESO on a regular basis a list of job vacancies in their respective establishment in order to facilitate the exchange of labor market between job seekers and employers.
  7. Undertake employability enhancement training seminars for job seekers.
  8. Provide persons with entrepreneurship qualities access to the various livelihood and self­employment programs offered by both government and non-governmental organizations at the provincial, city, municipal, or barangay levels.
  9. Conduct pre-employment and employment or occupational counseling, career guidance, mass motivation and values development activities.
  10. Provide reintegration assistance services to returning Filipino migrant workers.
  11. Provide labor assistance to persons with disabilities to integrate them into the society.

 

Table 6-45 Programs, Projects, and Activities, 2013 

Source: Public Employment Service Office (PESO), City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

 

Source: Public Employment Service Office (PESO), City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

 

Table 6-49 Job Applicants' Referrals/Recommendations made by PESO, City of Santa Rosa, 2011- 2013

 

 

Table 6-51 Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES), City of Santa Rosa, 1999-2013 

 

Table 6-52 Training (Kabataan Information Technology Opportunities), by Sex, 2011-2013 

 

 

Table 6-57 Registered Partner Companies in Field Recruitment (Local and Overseas), 2013 

 

Table 6-58 Registered Partner Companies in Jobs Fair Caravan (Local and Services), 2013 

 

Table 6-58 Registered Partner Companies in Jobs Fair Caravan (Local and Services), 2013 

Source: Public Employment Service Office (PESO), City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

 

 

Wage Rates 

The following table show the minimum daily wage rate b ector in CALABARZO a of January 2016 and the average dail wage rates by region a of April 2015.

 

Table 6-59 Minimum Daily Wage Rates by Sector, CALABARZON, as of January 2016

 

 

Table 6-60 Average Daily Wage Rates, by Region, 2013- April 2015

Source: http://labstat.psa.go.phIPUBLICATIONS/Current%20Labor%20Statistics/STATISTICAL%20TABLES/PDF/Tab32.pdf

 

 

Labor and Employment Status

The following tables show the labor and employment profile of CALABARZON as of 2015.

 

Table 6-61 Household Population 15 years old and over by Employment Status:

CALABARZON, 2013-2015 (In thousands except rates)

 

 

Table 6-62 Number of Establishments, by Employment Size, by Region, 2014

 

Table 6-63 Workers Provided with Various Livelihood Assistance Services, CALABARZON, 2012- 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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