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DOLE Kalinga asks partners to submit SPES documents
Larry Lopez
Business, 4-13-2014


TABUK CITY – The Department of Labor and Employment provincial office asked partner agencies under the Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) to submit required documents of student applicants.

The call came in wake of the apparent delayed schedule of SPES work in the province due to the late submission of documents by partner employers.

Anthony Luminang of DOLE-Kalinga said all documents should have been in last week of March so that work could have started first week of April.

The province applied for 921 SPES slots for 2014 but only 719 have been approved.

Luminang said the early schedule in the start of work would allow timely release of student salaries in time for the opening of classes.

The program on temporary employment for college students is covered under Republic Act 7323, where government provides financial assistance as education support to qualified college students, who come from low-income families but willing to render summer jobs.

Poor but deserving students refer to those whose parents’ combined income do not exceed P36,000 per annum.

Under the program, grantees render 20-day work and receive salaries based on prevailing minimum wage rate in the particular work area that ranges from P180 to 376.68 a day.

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