The regional offices of the department had made early jumpstart of activities in observance of the 83rd foundation anniversary of the Department of Labor and Employment today.
Officials and employees celebrate another milestone in DOLE’s history as they underscore the department’s long years of committed and excellent public service, which continues to transform the lives of our workers, their families and of the communities.
Like in the previous years, an array of nationwide activities and events had been lined-up as follows:
CAR: November 25 to December 12–Family Welfare Program; December 2– Culminating Activities for the Family Welfare Program; December 8– Fun Run /Walk with Regional Coordinating Councils (RCCs); Zumba; Anniversary Mass; Recognition of Labor Arbiter who wrote a Book; Book Title Contest; Recognition of DOLE’s Social Partners for the Lapis, Papel at Iba Pa Program; Recognition of DOLE’s Social Partners for Child Labor Programs; Awarding of OWWA Scholars; Awarding of DOLE’s Program Beneficiaries; Recognition of Social Partners; Recognition of DOLE-CAR’s Outstanding Employees; December 9– Public Hearing of the Committee on Labor and House of Representatives;
Region I: December 15–Eucharistic Celebration; Song and Dance Competitions; Conferment of Loyalty Awards; Raffle Draws; and Fun Games;


Region 2: December 7–Tree Planting; December 8–Motorcade; Eucharistic Celebration; Zumba/Hataw; Parlor Games; and Basketball Exhibition game;


Region 4-A: December 1 to 2–DOLE 4-A General Assembly; December 6– Release of Livelihood Assistance to Quezon Provincial Offices (Municipalities of Plaridel, Infanta and Quezon); December 7–Release of Livelihood Assistance to Batangas Provincial Office; December 14– Joint PESO and Career Guidance Advocates Capacity Building; December 15– Project Angel Tree; December 21– Gender Sensitivity Training for SRO-CARP Beneficiaries; December 22–DOLE IV-A Outreach Program and Gift Giving Activity;
Region 4-B: December 7– OFW Family Day; December 8– Medical Program; and Releasing of Livelihood Grants;
Region 5: November 11– Sports Fest Opening; December 3–Run for a Drug-Free Workplace; December 5–Motorcade and Opening Program; December 6– Tree Planting at Albay Forest Park; RCC Logo Making Contest; December 7–Christmas Cheers for the children of Anislag, Daraga, Albay; December 8–Holy Mass; Bicol OSCO Inauguration; Oragon Awards; December 9–Kawat Bikolnon 2016;
Region 6: November 28 to December 5– Pre-registration of Applicants; December 6–Thanksgiving Mass; Job Fair; December 8–Anniversary Mass;
Region 7: December 8– Eucharistic Celebration; Blessing and Inauguration of VAN Dorm and Stock Room; DOLE’s Attendance Monitoring System; Orientation of the DOLE7-RCC Member Agencies regarding YKK technology on Attendance Monitoring System; Boodle Fight Lunch; Recognition of DOLE 7-RCC’s Social Partners; Recognition of Deserving Employees; Reception of DOLE’s ISO Certification; Sports fest Winners Awarding; Mr. and Ms. Sports Fest 2016 Awarding; DOLE 7-RCC Got Talent; and Raffling of Door Prizes;
Region 8: December 8– Eucharistic Mass; Orientation on Drug-Free Workplace; Larong Lahi; December 9– Tree Planting at Brgy. Camansihay, Tacloban City;


Region 9: December 8– OFW Family Day; and Job Fair;
Region 10: December 5–Angel Tree for Public Elementary Students; December 6– Angel Tree for Child Laborers; Alay Lakad for Persons with Disabilities; December 8– Angel Tree Project; Eucharistic Mass; Reading of DOLE Secretary’s Message; Fellowship; December 14 to15–Diskwento Caravan;


Region 11: December 6– GIP Culmination; December 8–Thanksgiving Mass; Psycho-social Activities (Games and Gift Giving for the abandoned children of detained parents in Davao City);
Region 12: December 5–Regional Press Conference and Turnover of DILEEP Livelihood; December 6–OFW Reintegration Consultation Dialogue with Partners and Stakeholders; December 7–Employees and Awards Night; December 8–Thanksgiving Mass; Motorcade; DOLE 12 RCC Sports Fest; and Zumba;
CARAGA: December 8–Thanksgiving Mass; Larong Pinoy Contest/Parlor Games; Awarding of DOLE Field Office that has the most number of workers regularized; Awarding of Private Establishments that employed PWD Staff; and DILEEP Livelihood Releases;
Meanwhile, the DOLE Central Office, its bureaus and attached agencies, including the DOLE Regional Office-NCR, will lead the nationwide celebration at the Ichikawa Hall of the Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC) in Quezon City on Thursday.


END/Tim Laderas

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