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DOLE Work Appreciation Program

  1. 1. Work Appreciation Programs It is one of the program component of Kabataan 2000 implemented by DOLE.s It is a training modality and with no employer-employee relationship. 2000
  2. 2. Legal Basiss Executive Order 139 issued on Nov. 28, 1993 issued by former President Fidel V. Ramos. – Mandated DOLE to coordinate the implementation of the program. 2000
  3. 3. Implementing Guideliness Department Order No. 12, Series of 1994s Department Order No. 3, Series of 1997, amending D.O. 12s Approved WAP Manual of Operation 2000
  4. 4. Objectivess To provide the youth the opportunities to appreciate the values of work and develop proper work ethics by exposing them to actual work situation.s To increase awareness of the youth of the important role they play in the economic advancement of the country. 2000
  5. 5. Coverages Youth Participants: – Must be 18 - 25 years of age, unemployed, in-school or out-of-school youth and must be physically fit to the kind of training program to be undertakens Private Employers: – Any person or private entities/establishments regardless of employment size who are interested to avail of the program and are willing to pay 75% stipend (minimum wage) to youth trainees and provide training opportunities for the values formation and work appreciation. 2000
  6. 6. Implementorss BLE-DOLE – The BLE is in-charge of the technical supervision, program coordination and monitoring at the national level. – The Office of the Undersecretary for Employment and Manpower Development-DOLE is in-charge of the over-all supervision of the program. 2000
  7. 7. Implementorss PESO – the frontline implementors of WAPs EMPLOYERS – Program partners who are owners and proprietors of private establishments who provides training opportunities to intended beneficiaries for values formation and develop proper work ethics. 2000
  8. 8. Benefitss FOR THE YOUTH – Expose in actual productive work situation – Development of values on work appreciation and ethics – Stipend of 75%of prevailing minimum wages FOR THE SPONSORING COMPANY – Provide opportunities for work appreciation to youth – Additional manpower 2000
  9. 9. How to Avail of the Programs FOR THE TRAINEE – All interested and qualified youth applicants can register at the PESOs nearest their place of residence. They shall be given referrals to sponsoring companies for vacancies for which they qualified. – WAP is implemented on a year-round basis. However, participants can avail of the program for a maximum of three (3) months in a year only. 2000
  10. 10. How to Avail of the Programs FOR THE SPONSORING COMPANY – Companies who are interested to participate in the WAP shall submit company pledges/vacancies to the PESOs nearest their office. Qualification requirements of participants shall be specified in their pledge/vacancy forms. – They shall accept youth/participants in their company for a period not exceeding three (3) months within the year. They can accept four (4) batches of trainees in one year (Jan. - Mar., April-June, July-Sept., Oct-Dec) 2000
  11. 11. Training AgreementA formal agreement shall be signed by sponsoring company and the trainee which will specify, among others, that: a). There will be no employer-employee relationship between the trainee and sponsoring company. b). The sponsoring company shall provide stipend for the trainee equivalent to 75% of the prevailing minimum wage. For companies whose trainees are entitled to free meals/snacks, facility evaluation shall be secured from the Regional Office as to the fair cost of food to be deducted from stipend. c). Trainees shall not be allowed to be assigned in nightclubs, cocktail lounges, beerhouses, massage clinic, bars or similar establishments. 2000
  12. 12. Employer – Makes an over-all evaluation/assessment of the trainees’ conduct/behavior, work exposure and working relationship with peers. – May conduct actual/written examination to the trainees to validate work knowledge gained. – Provides rating of the trainees’ contribution/participation in productive activities. – Prepares and issues Certificate of Completion to the trainee. – Employer submits a list/report of WAP trainees that completed the training in a specific period to the PESO which in turn submits to EPD-DOLE. – Issues/Problems and recommendations can be included2000 in the report for validation purposes.
  13. 13. Statistical Report (as of March 2008) JOB JOB APPLICANTSREGIONS VACANCIES PLACED SOLICITED REGISTERED REFERRED ENGAGED Phils 320 471 367 305 NCR 0 0 0 0 CAR 14 18 16 14 I 0 0 0 0 II 80 51 51 51 III 87 205 128 110 IV 54 54 34 54 V 0 0 0 0 VI 0 0 0 0 VII 38 38 44 44 VIII 24 51 40 24 IX 0 0 0 0 X 0 0 0 0 XI 0 0 0 0 XII 15 47 47 0CARAGA 8 7 7 8 2000
  14. 14. E nd of P re s e ntation Thank you!
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