The Department of Labor and Employment is the primary government agency mandated to promote gainful employment opportunities, develop human resources, protect workers and promote their welfare, and maintain industrial peace.
Name of Agency
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT (Regional Office XII - SOCCSKSARGEN Region)
Promote gainful employment opportunities, develop human resources, protect workers and promote their welfare and maintain industrial peace.
69 as of CY 2015 Plantilla positions (based on DOLE RATPLAN)
Albert E. Gutib, MPA
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) started as a small bureau in 1908. It became a department on December 8, 1933 with the passage of Act 4121. The DOLE is the national government agency mandated to formulate and implement policies and programs, and serve as the policy-advisory arm of the Executive Branch in the field of labor and employment. It consists of the Office of the Secretary, 7 bureaus, 6 services, 16 regional offices, 12 attached agencies and 38 overseas offices with a full manpower complement of 9,806. It operates on a current budget of Php 6.618 B and ranks 14th out of 21 departments.
Every Filipino worker attains full, decent and productive employment.
To promote gainful employment opportunities, develop human resources, protect workers and promote their welfare, and maintain industrial peace.
D - DUTY ABOVE ALL
O - OBJECTIVITY
L – LOYALTY
Quality Policy Statement
We commit to deliver programs and services, anchored on statutory rules and regulations towards the promotion of gainful employment opportunities, development of human resources, protection and promotion of worker’ welfare and maintenance of industrial peace.
With the commitment to uphold the highest standards of excellence, we shall strive to continually improve our Quality Management System towards the satisfaction of our customers.
Clients, Partners and Linkages
It serves more than 40 million workers comprising the country's labor force, including the temporary migrants working in about 215 destinations worldwide.
The DOLE clients include trade unions, workers' organizations and employers and/or employers' groups (i.e., ECOP, chambers of commerce and industries, TUCP, FFW, etc). There are existing Tripartite Industrial Peace Councils (TIPCs) and 128 existing Industry Tripartite Councils (ITCs) serving as mechanisms for social dialogue in addressing labor and employment issues.
The DOLE also maintains linkages with non-government organizations (NGOs), government agencies, the academe, partner international organizations (e.g., ILO, IOM, IMO, UNDP, UNICEF), and with the international community, particularly the host countries where our OFWs are based.
OFFICE OF THE REGIONAL DIRECTOR
ALBERT E. GUTIB, MPA
NAOMI LYN C. ABELLANA
OIC- Assistant Regional Director
MEDIATION-ARBITRATION AND LEGAL SERVICE UNIT
Atty. Jasmin Demetillo-Galvan
LABOR MARKET RESOURCE UNIT
Jemeia Mae C. Eslabon
Senior LEO/ LMRU Head
INTERNAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES DIVISION
Remily D. Oca
Accountant III/ OIC-IMSD Head
TECHNICAL SERVICES AND SUPPORT DIVISION
Ruby B. Carrasco
Chief LEO/TSSD Head
GENERAL SANTOS CITY FIELD OFFICE
Fatima Quorayce L. Bataga
Chief Administrative Officer/FO Head
Meetrovi Building, So. Osmeña St., General Santos City
NORTH COTABATO FIELD OFFICE
Marjorie P. Latoja
Chief LEO/ FO Head
Romeo Ma Building, Quezon Boulevard, Kidapawan City
SULTAN KUDARAT FIELD OFFICE
Arlene R. Bisnon
Chief LEO/FO Head
Water Market Building, National Highway, Tacurong City
SOUTH COTABATO FIELD OFFICE
Engr. Edwin T. Morales
Chief LEO/ FO Head
102 Acepal Building, Mabini Extension, City of Koronadal
COTABATO CITY FIELD OFFICE
Mary Jane C. Hoksuan
Supervising LEO/OIC-FO Head
Sinsuat Avenue, Cotabato City
SARANGANI FIELD OFFICE
Alma P. Borela
Senior LEO/ OIC-FO Head
CAM Building, P. Garcia St., Alabel, Sarangani Province