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House passes bill protecting Pinoy freelance workers in gig economy

Freelance workers in the Philippines account for over 1.5 million people working in the gig economy.

Pinoy gig economy booming, says report from DICT and Payoneer

Studies have found that the Philippines' still-nascent freelance sector is booming as more Filipinos see the benefits of online work.

Grab PH hands out bicycles to newly onboarded 30 out-of-school youth riders

Building on the Department of Labor and Employment’s (DOLE) Free Bisikleta (FreeBis) project back in the height of the pandemic, Grab Philippines issued brand new bicycles to thirty out-of-school youth beneficiaries who were also onboarded and trained as the company's newest delivery partners.

Senate bill seeks promotion of digital careers in ‘gig economy’

The bill seeks to establish a legal framework for the gig economy that will map out strategies to promote and strengthen digital careers and institutionalize employment standards for digital career workers.

As vicious cycle turns, gig workers at bottom of job wheel

Gig workers will likely be hit more than others by the coronavirus, the International Labor Organization (ILO) warned in a new report.

PH gov’t urged to implement rules against abuse of online platforms

The Philippine Institute of Development Studies (PIDS) said the online platform economy faces a number of challenges as it continues to reshape the way people do business.

Freelance jobs platform solves issues of non-payment among Pinoy freelancers

According to the 2017 PayPal Global Freelancer Insights Report on the Philippines, 43% of survey participants reported not getting paid for their services once or twice.
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