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Manila – The Institute for Labor Studies has started preparations for the 10th DOLE Research Conference which is slated to be held on March 28 and 29 via the Zoom platform.

Titled as “Resilience in Stride: Road to Employment Recovery and Adapting to the New Normal,” this year’s conference will have nine (9) research presentations that will be grouped into 4 sessions covering the two-day event. Research papers lined up for discussion are: COVID-19 Adjustment Measures Program (CAMP) A Rapid Assessment of Client Experience by Joanne Camille P. Bejarin, Carl Sean E. Pablico, and John Emmanuel B. Villanueva; Examining convergence perspectives in transforming Philippine livelihood strategies and pathways by Malorie Joy O. Mones, Arianne Ishreen C. Bucar and Soledad R. De Luna; Private E-Recruitment for Local Employment: An Ex-Ante Regulatory Impact Analysis by Carl Sean E. Pablico; Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic on Overseas Filipino Workers’ Salaries and Remittances by John Emmanuel B. Villanueva, Chelsea Nicole P. Pineda, and Athena Mari E. Son; An Analysis of OFW Return Experiences and Program Challenges amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: Advancing a Crisis-Oriented Reintegration Framework by Ronell J. Delerio, Frances Camille Dumalaog, and Cesar A. Mansal; Study on the Filipino Health Workforce: A Sequential Exploratory Analysis of the Decent Work Indicators in the Health Sector by Raymond R. Estrella, Miraluna S. Tacadao, Ronell J. Delerio, John Emmanuel B. Villanueva, Malorie Joy O. Mones, Cesar A. Mansal, Athena Mari E. Son, and Patrick P. Patriwirawan, Jr.; Platform Work and COVID-19: A Descriptive Analysis on Nature and Work Conditions of Food and Service Delivery Workers by Raymond R. Estrella, Ivan Cassidy F. Villena, and Miraluna S. Tacadao; The Economic Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs) in the Philippines: A Descriptive Analysis by Marion Denise V. Bitonio; and Industry Analysis of Work-from-Home Implementation During Community Quarantine by Franchesca Rose S. Castillo and Joyce Anne S. Lumactud.

For this year’s DOLE Research Conference, the Institute continues to think out of the box to provide researches informing the Department of Labor and Employment’s labor and employment policies and programs.