What's not to like about the current leadership in the Department of Labor and Employment
in the Philippines?
Plenty, and the list keeps getting long.
Topping the list is long-standing problem with the illegal or grossly excessive fees
collected from our migrant workers, the failure to act decisively on their complaints, the double-talk on
the OEC, and many others.
But easily the most glaring was the recent decision by DoLE of meting the lightest
punishment on former Labor Attache Manuel Roldan, despite his being practically indicted for gross civil
service violations by both the Consulate and Congress investigators.
All that Roldan got was a one month's suspension from work with an option to pay a fine