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Kinakawawa ng mga gahamang kapitalista

Maski saang sulok ka talaga ng mundo tumingin ay makikita mo ang mga gustong sila lang ang inuunawa.
Ganoon ang mga kapitalistang gahaman.
Kapag nagrereklamo ang mga empleyado ay nagagalit.
Ginigipit at ginagawang dahilan ng pagkakatanggal ng mga ito ang paghahayag ng kanilang sentimyento.
Bakit ganoon sila?
Marami na akong nakikitang mga ganitong kaso.
Maliliit na nga ang bayad o sweldo ng mga tauhan ay dine-delay pa.
At heto pa, kapag nagreklamo nga, sila pa ang nagagalit.
Wala ka raw karapatang magreklamo kasi sila ang boss.
Kapag nagreklamo ka, sisilipan ka at sisibakin.
Ang dahilan ng pagkakasibak mo ay ang iyong ginawang pagreklamo.
Anak ng tipaklong naman, oo!

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Posted by on September 3, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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DOLE combats unemployment, strengthens program for college students

AMANDA LAGO, GMA News

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is setting aside P340, 282,000 for disadvantaged college students to have short-term jobs this year under the Special Program for the Education of Students (SPES).

Strengthening the SPES is one of DOLE’s priorities for 2012, Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz said in press conference. Last year, the program proved effective in supporting the poverty reduction effort and preparing underprivileged youth for productive employment, she added.

“Forty percent of the students’ salaries comes from the SPES budget, while 60 percent comes from the private sector companies na naghire sa kanila,” Jose de Leon, DOLE’s Media and External Relations division, told GMA News Online over the phone.

“Binibigyan din sila ng konting background training para i-prepare sila sa magiging trabaho nila,” he added.

De Leon noted that most of the SPES beneficiaries were hired by information technology companies and other private sector establishments.

Some of them also end up working in government offices, according to the DOLE media expert.

He described SPES qualified students as college students, 18 or older, and “mostly sons and daughters of poor parents.”

Baldoz said the department has earmarked a bigger budget for the program this year. “The amount is higher by P39,034,000, or 13 percent more than the P301,248,000 SPES budget in 2011.”

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority’s Kasanayan sa Hanapbuhay or KaSH program, another youth employment assistance program under the DOLE will also benefit from the DOLE budget, the Labor chief noted.

KaSH will get P1.344 billion or 47.1 percent of DOLE’s P2.854 billion budget this year, she said.

SPES was established in 1992 under Republic Act No. 7323, later
amended by RA 9547. The program accounts for part of the students’ salaries to encourage employers to hire them during the summer or Christmas vacations.

Baldoz said that last year, there were 119,045 SPES beneficiaries, the highest number so far and a significant increase from the 77,727 beneficiaries in 2010. — VS, GMA News

 
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Posted by on January 10, 2012 in Daily News, Philippine News

 

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My biggest responsibilities I’ve ever been made accountable for…

My biggest responsibility would be to care for children.

It’s not so much of a responsibility anymore.

It’s more of a privilege.

I enjoy my kids, yes they drive me insane, but their sense of perception is more intelligent than any adult.

Children are WAY smarter than adult give them credit for.

Each of my children has taught me different life lessons and they still are teaching me everyday.

I make sure I talk to them and make sure they can voice their opinion.

Sometimes I think I allowed them to say too much. LOL!

But oh well, they are people too, but in small bodies and it’s my job to make sure they grow up knowing the things I didn’t know as a child growing up.

My parents tried without making me grow up to fast, but like I said…KIDS are a lot smarter than people give them credit for.

Our children are the generation who will be caring for us at some point in time.

They don’t belong to us, they are God’s children!

 

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