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Department of Labor and Employment

Department of Labor and Employment
Kagawaran ng Paggawa at Empleyo
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Department overview
Formed December 8, 1933
Headquarters DOLE Building, Muralla corner General Luna Streets, Intramuros, Manila
Annual budget Template:Philippine peso (2013)[1]
Department executives Rosalinda Baldoz, Secretary
Danilo P. Cruz, Undersecretary
Hans Leo Cacdac, Undersecretary
Lourdes Trasmonte, Undersecretary
Ma. Teresa Soriano, Assistant Secretary
Ma. Joji Aragon, Assistant Secretary
Rebecca Calzado, Assistant Secretary
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The Philippines' Department of Labor and Employment (Filipino: Kagawaran ng Paggawa at Empleyo, commonly abbreviated as DOLE) is the executive department of the Philippine Government mandated to formulate policies, implement programs and services, and serve as the policy-coordinating arm of the Executive Branch in the field of labor and employment. It is tasked with the enforcement of the provisions of the Labor Code.[2]

History

The Department of Labor & Employment (DOLE) was founded on December 8, 1933 via the Act No. 4121 by the Philippine Legislature. It was renamed as Ministry of Labor and Employment in 1980. The agency was renamed as a Department after the 1986 EDSA Revolution in 1986.[3].....:D

List of the Secretaries of the Department of Labor and Employment

Main article: Secretary of Labor and Employment (Philippines)

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