DOLE releases list of approved for PHP 5K financial aid
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) offices across the country are starting to release their data on establishments with approved applications under the COVID-19 Adjustment Measures Program (CAMP).
The CAMP provides financial cash assistance of PHP 5,000 for affected workers who do not receive or with reduced regular wage due to the implementation of Flexible Work Arrangements; and workers whose employment is temporarily suspended due to the suspension of operations of the employer’s business establishment. Government workers are excluded from this program.
UPDATE (April 9, 2020):
Since DOLE regional offices across the country do not have a unified method of providing updated information about approved establishments under CAMP (some offices like the NCR provide a database, while others post infographics on their social media pages), we have updated this article to include regions with an accessible database to the public. For regional offices that don’t have an accessible database, we have provided a link to each region’s official webpage so you can check them for updates.
DOLE-NCR has released a CAMP Granted Establishments website where you can easily search for approved establishments. You can access it here.
More information below:
The Department of Labor and Employment – Bureau of Local Employment has listed down Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the PHP 5,000 financial assistance under the COVID-19 Adjustment Measures Program.
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