7 guaranteed basic rights of workers

The 1987 Constitution enumerates the guaranteed basic rights of workers, namely: (1) to organize themselves; (2) to conduct collective bargaining or negotiation with management; (3) to engage in peaceful concerted activities, including to strike in accordance with law; (4) to enjoy security of tenure; (5) to work under humane conditions; (6) to receive a living wage; and (7) to participate in policy and decision-making processes affecting their rights and benefits as may be provided by law.