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DOLE – IFO adapts online platform as part of new normal services


Ilagan City, Isabela - With social gathering still prohibited due to current quarantine measures to curb the further spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the DOLE – Isabela Field Office (IFO) has been identifying ways and means to continue to implement its programs and services while navigating a strikingly different world in a new normal setting.

Part of DOLE-IFO’s endeavor for the above-mentioned is the use of online platforms to be able to conduct virtual meetings with its target audience, with the field office successfully launching its 1st webinar for management and staff of St. Claire College of Region 02 under the agency’s Labor and Employment Education Seminar (LEES) last month.

The said activity was attended by at least 28 workers with field office Labor and Employment Officers taking the lead in the discussion of labor topics ranging from General Labor Standards, Management Prerogatives, and Obligations of Workers and latest Labor Advisories.

The LEES Program of the Department of Labor and Employment aims to educate and capacitate the workers in the different sector of Labor, with the mode of instruction for the seminar changing due to the global situation we are facing.

The Department of Labor and Employment through the Bureau of Labor Relations issued DOLE-BLR Memorandum instructing the conduct of online seminar/activities in lieu of in-plant seminars to prevent transmission of COVID-19 virus. The said memorandum signals the conduct of succeeding online undertakings in pursuit of the LEES program of the department.

The regional office meanwhile hopes to conduct similar undertakings in the future as it aims to continue implementing its various services while ensuring the safety of clients and beneficiaries that it serves. ### krra/dpc 

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