If you are applying for the DOLE CAMP also known as COVID-19 Adjustment Measures Program, here are the list of online contacts where to send your application.
In the recent Labor Advisory No. 12 s. 2020, the Department of Labor and Employment issued the following clarificatory guidelines on the DOLE CAMP (COVID-19 Adjustment Measures Program):
1. Definition of Affected Worker [Article I, Section 3 (b)]. Affected workers, regardless of status (i.e. permanent, probationary, or contractual) are those employed in private establishments whose operations are affected due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
2. Coverage [Article II, Section 3]. Program coverage is nationwide.
3. Documentary Requirements [Article IV, Section 1(b)]. Establishments must accomplish the revised Establishment Form (ERF) (Annex A) particularly the indicated mandatory fields. Company payroll for the month of February or earlier must be submitted along with the accomplished ERF.
4. Submission Applications [Article IV, Section 1(c)(i)]. Attached is the RO Directory (Annex B) for the online submission of documentary requirements to appropriate DOLE Regional Office (RO) or any of its Provincial or Field Offices (PO/FO).
5. Disbursement of Financial Support [Article IV, Section 2(a)(i)]. The concerned DOLE RO/PO/FO shall issue financial support (FS) directly to the employees’ payroll account through bank transfer at the soonest possible time upon receipt of complete documentary requirements. For cash payroll, FS shall be received through money remittance.
6. Effectivity [Article VIII, Section 3]. The CAMP shall be effective on 21 March 2020, three (3) days after its publication in the Philippine Daily Inquirer on 18 March 2020. It shall be applied retroactively from January 2020.
DOLE CAMP Contacts Nationwide
The CAMP is a safety net program that offers financial support to affected workers in private establishments that have adopted the Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs) or temporary closure during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CAMP aims to provide financial support to affected workers in private establishments to mitigate the adverse economic impacts and reduction of income brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A one-time financial assistance equivalent to P5,000 shall be provided to affected workers in lump-sum, non-conditional, regardless of employment status.