National Conciliation and Mediation Board
Date: September 28, 2018
Through SENA employee receives financial assistance
Cebu City—Through SENA, an employee received a financial assistance after the parties reached a compromise agreement recently, Director Edmundo T. Mirasol said.
Ms. Leila Bacalla, a resident of Phase II, Buhisan, Cebu City , received her financial assistance last September 27 for an aggregate amount of P210,000 as evidenced by a quit claim and release document signed by the former.
Conciliator Paciano L. Murro Jr. who facilitated the settlement said that Ms. Bacalla sought assistance last September 12 for medical and hospitalization assistance.
According to Conmed Murro, Ms. Bacalla was on her 21st day of employment as puncher at Tim Tong Press, Inc. when she meets an accident which totally caused her in a state of bald head.
“The management had spent approximately P180,000 for her medical and hospitalization bills.”, Murro said.
Among others, they also extended additional monetary assistance of P30,000 and will coordinate and cooperate with the requesting party in her effort to secure funding sources from charitable institutions in order to minimize medical costs.
Director Mirasol commended Conmed Murro for the swift settlement of the request for assistance.
Lim Tong Press, Inc. is a printing company which offers printing specialties like labels, packaging, boxes, brochures, flyers, catalogs, business and office materials. It is located at Borces Street, Mabolo, Cebu City.
SENA is a 30-day mandatory conciliation-mediation process to provide a speedy, impartial, inexpensive and accessible settlement procedure. End