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Marcos scales up jobs with 5 priorities endorsed by Private Sector Advisory Council

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The Jobs sectoral group of the Private Sector Advisory Council with President Bongbong Marcos after endorsing recommendations to create more jobs for Filipinos. From left to right, Kevin Tan of Alliance Global Group, Joey Concepcion of RFM, Rizalina Mantaring of Ayala Corporation, Tessie Sy Coson of SM Investments, PBBM, Doris Ho of the Magsaysay Group, Lance Gokongwei of JG Summit, Sabin Aboitiz together with Gie Polanco and Ginggay Hontiveros of the Aboitiz Group

With support from the Private Sector Advisory Council (PSAC), President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. is firming up concrete plans to create more jobs and attract more investors.

PSAC convenor and Aboitiz Group president Sabin Aboitiz disclosed the five priority recommendations that the Council has endorsed to PBBM to create more jobs — (1) scale up MSMEs, (2) identify labor-intensive, high-potential industry segments, (3) attract more investors by making it easier to do business, (4) make labor regulation more flexible, and (5) build skills for short-term productivity and long-term competitiveness.

Aboitiz, along with the Council’s Jobs sector lead RFM CEO Joey Concepcion and members JG Summit President & CEO Lance Gokongwei, SM Investments Vice Chairperson Tessie Sy Coson, Magsaysay Group President & CEO Doris Magsaysay Ho, Alliance Global Group CEO Kevin Tan, and Ayala Corporation Independent Director Rizalina Mantaring, met with PBBM in Malacañang on August 17 to co-create solutions to generate more jobs, upskill more owners of MSMEs, and enable more Filipinos to participate in a digital economy.

New Labor Secretary Bienvenido “Benny” Laguesma also joined the meeting and provided his full support for the top 5 priorities recommended by PSAC.

The Council will again be meeting with PBBM in the coming weeks to lay out a roadmap that will help the Build, Build, Build and Tourism sectoral groups secure quick and substantial wins in the first 100 days of the administration.

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