Employment Archive

Caring for each other – Productivity through employee engagement. Only for guidance –Not an authoritative one.

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Pangasinan salt farms attract tourists. Environmental protection ensures cleaner salt. Salt industry needs promotion and support.

salt industry is the backbone of Pangasinan. * * * * * * * * *

Bad hiring decisions – Some effects. How such decisions impact the management. Frequent hiring enhances cost and prevents stability.

Management requires stable policies. * * * * * * * * * * * *

Don’t fret before the interview – Go prepared. Be yourself – Not a put-up personality. No two Interviews are the same.

Interview may be an unnerving experience.. * * * * * * * * * *

Facebook to the rescue of OFW. She was harassed and starved by female employer. Department of Labor, POLO and OWWA help.

Practical use of Facebook. * * * * * * * * * * * *

AFP welcomes transgender legislator. Changes are taking place under President Duterte. I will encourage youth to join ROTC.

Armed Forces welcome transgender legislator. * * * * * * * * * * *

Philippines slated to become ‘next Hawaii’. Japanese gambling magnate setting up shop here. Targeting the vast Chinese tourist industry

gambling investors arriving. * * * * * * * * * * * * *

With Christmas come hordes of beggars. Social workers planning to augment their incomes. Tribal leaders agree to send them back

Beggars flock to Metros around Christmas. * * * * * * * * * *

Exporters oppose P125 minimum wage hike

Exporters are not in favor of the minimum wage hike. PIC COURTESY: bworldonline.com The President of

SUPER SKILLS: Really Fast Workers God Level

  WOW !!!! Really Skillful Workers…What a speed and precision. ENJOY Best Regards Lars-Magnus Cheif Editor

Aquino administration berated for ‘war on judicial independence’ by Corona’s widow

Former Chief Justice Renato Corona passed away. Photo Credit: bloomberg.com Aquino administration berated for ‘war on

ECONOMY: Domestic Demand will sustain growth

In yet another direct endorsement of the soundness of the financial policies being followed by the

INCREASE IN PURCHASE POWER OF CENTRAL AND NORTHERN MINDANAO MOOTED.

The worst effect of the rising prices is always the lower and the middle classes who

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS: Does a strongman spell doom for economic reforms?

The economic outlook of a country depends, to a large extent, on the quality of governance

OIL PRICES: 2016 highs, pass $47

Riding on an optimistic report by the Federal Reserve regarding the upsurge in the global economy,

NEW ARTICLE SERIES, USA IMMIGRANTS-PART3, Green card & naturalization–Helping hands

The big apple has always been luring the best talents from across the world with its

NEW ARTICLE SERIES, USA IMMIGRANTS-PART 2, Los Angeles County Offers Support

The Los Angeles County offers support There have been some talk in the recent past about

NEW ARTICLE SERIES, USA IMMIGRANTS-PART 1, Citizenship drive for Asian Americans

There is a concerted push to the efforts of Asians living in the US to augment

Low budget business – Work from home

Starting your own business looks a rosy proposition when you see all those flourishing small businesses

Inspiring: Fisherman’s Daughter Iah Seraspi Tops Teacher’s Licensure Exam

The story Iah Seraspi from Romblon is taking the social media by storm. Iah Bantang Seraspi,

Government Announces Thousands of Available Jobs in Different Agencies

More than 100,000 available jobs are up for grab in different government agencies, two months before

Pinay Maid Drops from 49kg to 29kg After 15 Months of Starvation, Employers Faces Trial, Jail Time

A Singaporean couple faces trial and possible jail time after maltreating their Filipina house helper for

Info: How to Enter Japan and Work as Domestic Helper

The Trade Education Skills and Development Authority (TESDA) and POEA have released the initial requirements for

More Jobs: German Power Tools Manufacturer to Open a P2.5B Plant in Batangas

A German power tools manufacturer is currently constructing a P2.5-billion plant in Batangas as reported in