The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the DOJ Employees Association (DOJEA) are delighted to announce that they have reached a mutual agreement on a comprehensive Collective Negotiation Agreement (CNA). This landmark achievement signifies a significant step towards fostering a healthy and symbiotic relationship between the DOJ and its employees.
The newly established CNA serves as a testament to the DOJ and the DOJEA’s shared commitment to addressing the concerns and advancing the welfare of DOJ employees. This agreement provides a structured platform for productive dialogue and collaboration between the DOJ management and the DOJEA, allowing them to work together towards the common goal of creating an inclusive and harmonious work environment.
The importance of unionism in promoting a healthy relationship between the DOJ and its employees cannot be overstated. Unionism acts as a vital bridge, facilitating effective communication, and ensuring that the voices and interests of employees are heard and respected. It serves as a mechanism for collective bargaining, promoting fair employment practices, improves working conditions, and equitable remuneration for all employees.
By recognizing and engaging with the DOJEA, the DOJ management acknowledges the invaluable role played by the employees in the overall success and mission of the department. The establishment of the CNA underscores the mutual trust, respect, and cooperation that exists between the DOJ and its employees. This partnership lays the foundation for enhanced employee satisfaction, increased productivity, and greater organizational efficiency.
The DOJEA and the DOJ management extend their gratitude to all parties involved in the negotiation process. The dedication, professionalism, and constructive engagement demonstrated by both sides were instrumental in achieving this milestone. This accomplishment is a testament to the commitment of the DOJ and the DOJEA to fostering a positive and collaborative work environment that values the contributions of each employee.
Moving forward, the DOJ and the DOJEA reaffirm their shared vision of promoting employee welfare and upholding the highest standards of professionalism and integrity within the department. By working together, they aim to enhance the working conditions, career development opportunities, overall job satisfaction of DOJ employees.
The DOJEA officers (from L), namely: Eliaquim Cano (Representative), Marilyn Menguin (Representative), Magie Pascual (Auditor), Natalie Soñeja (Representative), Corazon Navarrete (President), Precious Grace Bolonias (Representative), Melody Joy Revilla (Treasurer), Imelda Dizon (Vice President), and Joan Alcala (P.R.O.). Also in photo are CSC Dir. II Claudia Abalos-Tan (6th from L) and Justice Undersecretary Brigido J. Dulay (7th from L).