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Marikina signs MOA with business, workers groups

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Mayor Marcy R. Teodoro led the signing of the Tripartite Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) aimed at strengthening the promotion of industrial peace in the city of Marikina.

Along with the Mayor, the signing was also attended by Noel Flores, President of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) Marikina, Antonio Andres, President of the Philippine Footwear Federation Inc., Ceferino Bata Jr., President of the Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce Marikina Chapter, Reynaldo Almendras, President of the Workers’ Alliance in Marikina, and Atty. Sarah Buena Mirasol, Regional Director of the Department of Labor and Employment.

The signing of the MOA was a symbol of the strengthened partnership and agreement between the business sector, workers, and local government. Mayor Marcy expressed his gratitude for the collaborative efforts of the business owners and workers, likening their relationship to members of one family.


"What is important is the relationship that we have built. I hope we won't let go of this conversation. Little by little, we will move forward," said Mayor Marcy, who is also the Chairman of the Marikina Tripartite Council.

Vice Mayor Marion Andres, city councilors, department heads, and representatives from the labor and business sectors in Marikina also attended the event.

Through the Marikina Tripartite Council, labor disputes and misunderstandings are immediately addressed, and industrial peace in the city is continuously maintained. The MOA signing was a testament to the city's commitment to promoting collaboration and unity among the stakeholders in Marikina.

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