ECOP

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AcronymDefinition
ECOPEmployers Confederation of the Philippines
ECOPEye Consultants of Pennsylvania (Wyomissing, PA)
ECOPExtension Committee on Organization and Policy (Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities)
ECOPEast Coast Orthotic and Prosthetic Corp. (est. 1997; New York)
ECOPEquipment Common Operating Picture
ECOPEmployee Car Ownership Plan (UK)
ECOPEducational Council on Osteopathic Principles (American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine)
ECOPElectromagnetically Charged Organic Particle
ECOPEnvironmental Community of Practice (USACE)
ECOPEnhanced Common Operational Picture
ECOPExport Compliance Professional (Export Compliance Training Institute)
ECOPElectrical Check Out Panel
ECOPEvolutionary Change in Organizational Populations
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Costs entailed in implementing the Expanded Maternity Leave Law would affect the decision to hire women by a majority of small and large companies surveyed by the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (Ecop).
The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) will implement a national voluntary regularization plan covering over 200,000 workers, the DOLE announced yesterday.
Establishments under the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) will start the regularization of their employees this month.
For its part, the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (Ecop) agreed with the decision of RTWPB-NCR to dismiss the four wage petitions based on existing wages.
The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) has informed the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) that it's member companies will absorb its workers.
The Employers Confederation of the Philippines announced his passingon its social media page.
He laments that the National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC) and the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) have been using excuses and threats of mass layoff and further price increases which are issued by huge corporations in their attempt to block wage increases for its workers.
The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (Ecop) filed before the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board of the National Capital Region motions to dismiss petitions for wage increases.
Businessman and Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) President Donald Dee has passed away at the age of 72, ECOP announced on Sunday.
Our subsidy proposalhas widespreadsupport including the leadership of the Employers Confederation of the Philippines and Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III himself," Tanjusay said.
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