LOL!
Every day, there seems to be new updates on the Barretto family saga, and the Department of Transportation (DOT) has issued *important* road safety tips when keeping up with the Barrettos.On their official Facebook page, the DOT cheekily recommended "safety first,
Our country has the fourth lowest overall index value among 37 economies, according to the 2019 Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index.
No matter what stage you are in your career, it's a good idea to think about your retirement plans because no one wants to-or can-work forever. Employers are required by the government to take a portion of their employees'
Labor Sec. Silvestre Bello III said it’s too long and that it might lead to illegal contractual agreements.
Labor Sec. Silvestre Bello III said he doesn't support the recent proposal to extend the maximum probationary period of workers from six months to two years. "It's too long. That is no longer in keeping with our policy of security
This is according to a resolution that the Cebu provincial board passed this week.
The Cebu provincial board passed a resolution declaring a "traffic crisis" in Metro Cebu that is of "public calamity magnitude" earlier this week, according to Inquirer.net. In the resolution, the board urged the national government to fast-track infrastructure projects to
Well said, Mayor. Well said!
Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto recently revealed that he's never had a girlfriend and even joked in an interview: "Tumatanggap naman ako ng aplikante." He also listed the qualities he's looking for in a partner: "Gusto ko sana
Congrats, Maja!
We all know that Maja Salvador is an amazing dancer, and now her talent is being recognized by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. The government agency named Maja as the country's new dance ambassador in time for this
'I believe that all women should be respected no matter what they wear.'
Following the backlash over a standing ordinance in Caloocan City banning the wearing of short shorts in public, Caloocan Mayor Oscar Malapitan said on his Facebook page that the ordinance only requires "residents especially in government offices to be 'decently attired,' but
Fingers crossed!
If your area has been affected by the limited to non-existent water supply the past few days, here's some good news. Manila Water's head of corporate communications, Jeric Sevilla, tells GMA News that those that have no water
Here’s everything you need to know moving forward.
If you haven't already heard, the Department of Health (DOH) and the Commission on Population (PopCom) have set out to fully implement the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health (RH) law. This is after a successful investigation by the Food and Drug
It seems they're all required to join the 'Quezon City Transgender Employees and Gay Association.'
What next?
On August 15, the House Appropriations Committee approved Presidential Communications Office's (PCO) proposed P1.351 billion budget for 2018. At that time, Rappler quoted PCO chief Martin Andanar as saying, "Hindi po kami nagkulang sa pag-train ng mga editors natin.
It's going to take a long time to live this down.
The Philippine News Agency (PNA) is a newswire service of the Philippine government. It's under the supervision of the News and Information Bureau (NIB) of the Presidential Communications Office (PCO).In a story titled "DOLE issues pay rules for 2018 holidays"
'You know, you're just a f***ing employee.'
Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) chief Gina Lopez reportedly unleashed the F-word when she got irked by the questions asked by BusinessWorld reporter Janina Lim. InterAksyon reports that the incident happened on Wednesday, April 5.Lopez said that Lim
No surprise here: Many of you are against this.
Congressman Rodel Batocabe recently met the ire of many individuals on social media, after news broke that he wants to impose a 10- to 30- percent vanity tax on cosmetic products and "beauty services such as liposuctions, facelifts, nose jobs, and breast
As expected, the decision polarized the nation.
On Tuesday, November 8, the Supreme Court (SC) voted 9-5 with one inhibition to junk the consolidated petitions against the burial of the late dictator President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan Ng Mga Bayani.As expected, the SC decision polarized the
The investigation is ongoing.
On Tuesday, November 8, about 300 government offices, private companies, and even international agencies received a bomb threat sent via email. The threat turned out to be a hoax, but it had already disrupted work at the concerned offices."The email was
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