Pasko ng PALEA
Published on Dec 25, 2012
Since its members were “locked out” from their jobs on September 11, 2011 the Philippine Airlines Employee Association (PALEA) has maintained a protest camp outside of the Philippine Airlines in-flight services. PAL implemented an outsourcing program and violently ejected the union members from their posts. Members of PALEA, some who had been working for more than thirty years, refuse to accept scanty severance packages or jobs in the newly-created contracting firms that would cut their wages in half.
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