Vice Pres. Leni Robredo Wants J.O. Workers in Gov’t Regularized
LENI ROBREDO – The Vice President said that she will push for the regularization of the job order workers in the government if she wins president this 2022.
The only female candidate in the next presidential election is Vice Pres. Robredo who is running as an independent candidate. She previously called for unity among the oppositions but several of those whose names are also part of the results of surveys for possible presidential bets also took the presidential race.
Robredo got a lot of support from several professional groups like the groups of doctors and lawyers. Many of her supporters back her candidacy for president by offering their services for free to some people as they campaign for her.
The Vice President impressed a lot of people with the honestly shown by her office in their spending which bagged them recognition from the Commission on Audit (COA). It is also no secret to the public that she is close to the marginalized sector and does a lot of groundwork. She’s vocal that she wants to expand the programs of the OVP against the COVID-19 pandemic if she wins president in the next election.
Recently, Vice Pres. Leni Robredo revealed another plan if she will win president in the Election 2022. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the Vice President wants the “job order” workers in the government to be on regular status.
According to Vice Pres. Robredo, she will “exert all effort” to regularize the job order workers in the government if she will secure the presidency in the next election. Based on the report, she wants the J.O. workers enrolled with the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) so they can claim an “unemployment insurance” in case they will lose their job amid a crisis.
Robredo stressed that the government has a lot of job order employees. She admitted that not all J.O. workers may be regularized right away but she assured that her administration if she wins president will be looking forward to the time when all J.O. workers have been regularized.
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