FPI-FTA conducts best industry practices symposium

The Federation of Philippine Industries (FPI) and the Fair Trade Alliance (FairTrade) will jointly conduct a one-day symposium on Best Industry Practices on Productivity Base Pay with a theme, “Achieving Enterprise Growth, Expansion and Profitability” on September 1, 2006 from 8:30 am-4:30 p.m. at the Ballroom of Bayview Hotel, Roxas Blvd, Manila.

Highlighting the symposium are FPI presentations on the concepts and principles of Productivity Base Pay scheme in the context of social partnering and the implementing guidelines and procedures on how Productivity Base Pay is being implemented by selected companies.

The symposium reactors include Partido Manggagawa Party List Representative Hon. Renato Magtubo; National Wages and Productivity Board Director Rebecca Calzado; Institute of Labor Studies Director Josefino I. Torres; Bureau of Labor Relations Director Rebecca Chato, National Labor Union  President  Mr. Dave Diwa and Federation of Free Workers President Atty. Allan S. Motaño. Also highlighting the event are the special messages to be delivered by Mr. Avhik Ghosh of the International Labor Organization (ILO) and Mr. Kyo Naka of the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP).

The whole day symposium-seminar fee is P2, 300 for Non-FPI members and P2, 100 for FPI members and a special rate for the academe of P1,500 per faculty/academic personnel, and P1,100 per student, inclusive of am/pm snacks/lunch/materials. A discount of P100 will be given for every additional participant per group/association/company and school. Check payments should be made payable to the Federation of Philippine Industries and all payments will be accepted during the registration.

For further inquiries, please contact Ms. Reeh Varias of the FairTrade Secretariat at telefax 3723924, tel. nos. 3724991-92 loc. 30, mobile no. 0927-4582286, and e-mail address at reehvarias@gmail.com, or Ellen/Rhea of the FPI Secretariat at phone nos. 722-3409, 722-9737, mobile no. 0910-6567236 c/o Steve, with fax no. 721-9642 and e-mail address at fpi@philonline.com.


  1. Labor relations should always be good to ensure the success of a company.,:*

  2. in order to have good busines practice, good labor relations is very important.:,,

  3. labor relations with employees and company should always be in good terms to be more productive*::

  4. labor relations should always be keep in good condition for businesses to prosper”-~

  5. labor relations must be maintained in a very positive level among the corpoarte owners and employees–~

  6. labor relations can be like politics, sometimes it is hard to establish some very good labor relations ‘*:

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