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Provided as part of a job fair held in Albay on January 28, the learning events let participants listen and ask questions about money management, employees' rights, and business starter ideas
Employees in the consumer goods, energy, and tech sectors are seen to get the highest salary increases in 2020
PRESS RELEASE: The deadline for application submissions is on December 20, 2019.
(UPDATED) At least 20 union workers of Regent Foods Corporation, two Defend Job Philippines members, and a bystander are charged with physical injury, resistance and disobedience, and alarm and scandal
Congressman Bonito Singson's bill is a 'cheap trick' to deprive workers of their rights, say Defend Job Philippines, the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines, and Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino
HP says it will trim its workforce of some 55,000 employees by up to 9,000 positions over the next 3 years
PRESS RELEASE: Civil Service Commission central and regional offices will hold online and onsite job fairs in selected venues nationwide
PRESS RELEASE: Applications are now being accepted for Assistant Language Teacher positions in the 2020 Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme
It's happening on July 19 at Dusit Thani, Makati
(UPDATED) The vote for president completes the roster of the EU's 5 most important jobs, with the others settled on July 2 at the end of 3 days of negotiation among the EU's 28 national leaders in Brussels
The study highlights growing concerns that automation and robots, while offering economic benefits, are disproportionately killing low-skill jobs and aggravating social and economic stress
Over 2 million jobs are up for grabs as the government pushes for more infrastructure problems. However, Filipinos no longer want to get down and dirty, and would rather work in hotels abroad.
A McKinsey Global Institute report released at the 2019 Women Deliver Conference examines the impact of automation in 6 mature economies and 4 emerging economies
I do not want to finally go home for good when I am near my retirement age or retired already. I want to pursue my PR career in the Philippines where I can still utilize my talents and give back to the community.
Marami akong pupuwedeng ibigay na tips kung paano ko nasasagot nang maayos, if not impressive, ang mga katanungan sa interbiyu. Pero mag-iiwan lang ako ng isa, na ang tingin ko, pinakamabisa.
Congress is now set to convene a bicameral conference committee to thresh out differences between the House and Senate versions
Persons applying for a job for the first time won't have to pay to get an NBI clearance, police clearance certificate, and a barangay clearance, thanks to the First Time Job Seekers Assistance Act
'Nagsasawa na po tayo sa puro pangako.... Kailangan meron tayong panghawakan sa mga tumatakbong kandidato sa pagsusulong ng interes ng uring manggagawa,' says Defend Job Philippines spokesperson Christian Magsoy
Unemployment around the world fell in 2018 to 5.0% – from 5.1% in 2017 – for the first time dropping to the level seen before the global financial crisis hit in 2008
Google's launching a job search service in the Philippines this February
PRESS RELEASE: McDonald's invites job-seekers to be part of the company as it eyes continuous growth this year
Some 80 jobs out of a total of 315 in Italy are to go, the firm says
Despite seeming successes, the Duterte administration has yet to deliver on the job creation front
Press release: LinkedIn saw a 190% global increase in skills related to Data Science and artificial intelligence from 2015 to 2017
The government says at least 1,000 jobs will be available for workers who were displaced due to Hanjin's bankruptcy
Jobs focused on the creation of websites and content rose in 2018, according to the latest report of Freelancer.com
The central and regional offices of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration will be accepting applications until February 28
The actor says his character in the film will be 'dark'
The sequel to the highly-acclaimed 2013 action film 'On The Job' is expecting a June 2019 release
Mayor Abigail Binay says even non-residents of Makati can come to the job fair on November 9
Missed the powdery white sands on your feet? Here's how it feels like to swim at the 'new' Boracay.
Itching to see the newly reopened Boracay? Here's what to expect.
‘Japan faces an aging society and lacks labor force, while the Philippines is abundant with young labor force with great potential,’ Ambassador Koji Haneda says
'A continued escalation of tensions would pose real risks,' says World Trade Organization chief Roberto Azevedo
(4th UPDATE) The government has accredited 287 hotels, resorts, and inns that are already compliant with rules and regulations
Just like Phoenix's Matthew Wright, Job Cariaga hopes to be the next Fil-Canadian to make an impact in the pro league
Child safety watchdog ECPAT Philippines urges Malay officials to ensure that 'child protection mechanisms are in place and functioning' when Boracay reopens to tourists on October 26
Nobody has told the displaced Boracay vendors where they will work if the plan to clear the famed beachfront of all obstructions is implemented
PRESS RELEASE: The Government Job Fair will be held September 26-27, 2018 at SM City North EDSA Skydome, Quezon City
According to a report by the World Economic Forum, here are primary considerations when it comes to the future of work in the age of automation
Optimism as to whether there will be more jobs dips
Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu says workers should live in mainland Aklan to decongest the world-famous island Boracay
(UPDATED) 'There are certainly a number of reasons why investors are leaving...but the labor movement's advocacy for workers' rights is not one of them,' says labor group Sentro
The Connected Women Jobs website allows Filipinas to search for online jobs in customer service, marketing, editorial services, and administrative work
Food service giant harnesses the opportunity to boost local employment brought by continuous growth and expansion
Environment officials urge business owners or authorized representatives to personally process their certifications, business permits, and clearances at the one-stop shop in Boracay
Finance Undersecretary Karl Kendrick Chua says over 97,000 small and medium enterprises can expand their businesses and generate more jobs due to lower taxes
While Yellow Dot recently did a survey of Boracay's transport requirements for public utility vehicle modernization, the Sangguniang Bayan of Malay, Aklan, wants to reconsider whether the proposal will complement e-trikes on the island.