Director's Corner
Elias A. Cayanong

Welcome to the official website of the Department of Labor and Employment in Central Visayas.

We always believe that public service needs to be available anytime and anywhere. Now with the cyber technology, we expand to a new horizon of a caring and responsive public service.

The Internet as a new media gives us the opportunity to offier our services beyond our office and regular working hours. It is our
own way of allowing you our valued clients to know that we are more than jobs.

We hope to realize that through this website we can promote gainful employment opportunities, develop human resources, protect workers and promote workers welfare, and maintain industrial peace.

Click on Services, Programs and Projects and you will get a comprehensive brief on the array of services the DOLE offers on a regular basis. Go to Press Release Archives and obtain first-hand information about our public communication initiatives.

You need to know the latest on wages? Click Minimum Wage Order and it will link you to teh site of our National Wages and Productivity Commission. We even have Downloadable Forms to make it easier for you to transact official business. For transparency's sake, we post our needs in Invitation to Bid as well as in DOLE Vacancies. And yes, a copy of the Labor Code of the Philippine is now online to help researchers, lawyers, workers, labor orgranizations, employers and students.

Knowing how busy you are, we quick-linked our site to the Department's family of agencies. Other useful pages of information have also been made available for you to gain better and relevant knowledge and insights about the DOLE and how it contributes to the Philippine government's development efforts.

We do hope your visit to our website will be a pleasure. 




Elias A. Cayanong
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