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SSS forges partnership with Mandaluyong City Gov’t; to benefit over 2,700 workers

by SSS Media Affairs Dept.

The Social Security System (SSS) led by New Panaderos Branch, on Monday, signed a memorandum of agreement with the City Government of Mandaluyong which ensures the social security coverage and protection of its over 2,700 job order and contract of service workers.
Under the agreement, the said workers will be registered as self-employed members wherein their monthly SS contributions will be deducted from their salaries through the KaltaSSS-Collect Program and remitted to the SSS by the Mandaluyong City Government.
They may now enjoy social security benefits such as sickness, maternity, disability, unemployment, retirement, funeral, and death as well as loan privileges that include member loans such as salary, educational assistance, and housing loans.
Photo shows SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Aurora C. Ignacio (first row, 2nd from left) and Mandaluyong City Mayor Carmelita A. Abalos (first row, 3rd from left)  with SSS Executive Vice President for Branch Operations Sector Judy Frances A. See (first row, leftmost) and Mandaluyong City Legal Department Head Atty. Jerusha O. Villanueva (first row, rightmost) during the signing ceremony held at the Mandaluyong City Hall. 
Also in photo are (second row, from leftmost to 7th from left) SSS Professional Sector Department Acting Head Carlo G. Villacorta, SSS New Panaderos Corporate Executive Officer II Joel Loyola, SSS Mandaluyong-Shaw Branch Head Annabella Pollyanne M. Romasoc, SSS New Panaderos Branch Acting Head Benjamin M. Dolindo, Jr., Special Assistant to the Corporate Head III Atty. Paul Erik D. Manalo, SSS NCR East Division Acting Head Teresita V. Soliman, and SSS Pasig-Pioneer Branch Head III Felizardo B. Minor, Jr. with Mandaluyong City Councilors and Barangay Chairpersons. ###


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