Magna Carta For Commuters Pushed in House

Here in the Philippines, commuting is one of the most common things Filipino workers experience. It’s convenient and it’s cheaper compared to bringing a car or using ride-hailing services. As of today, Filipinos enjoy a wide variety of choices of commuting from jeepneys, tricycles, UV Express vans, to trains, and buses. Read: Philippine Establishments to […]

Reason Why Duterte Vetoed The Anti-Endo Bill

A few weeks back, a bill was submitted that would help employees with jobs here in the Philippines. Since last year, the end of endo act has been submitted and this year, it reached its third (3rd) and final reading. Many workers rejoiced however, our dearest President Duterte vetoed the anti-endo bill or the security […]

PDEA is Now Hiring: They Are Looking For Drug Enforcement Officers

Have you ever seen movies that involved a lot of drug dealing? On which side did you want to be in? If you wanted to be in the side of authorized people, then you’re in for a good treat. The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) is currently hiring nationwide. They are looking for drug enforcement […]

Anti-Age Discrimination in Employment Act – Everything you Need to Know

Just recently, the K to 12 programs has been implemented in the curriculum of the Basic Education. The K to 12 programs allow children who just graduated Senior High School (SHS) to apply for jobs, given that they are in the right age. However, back on the 21st of July 2016, Republic Act No. 10911 […]

PhlPost IDs, to be Accepted by the DFA For Passport Applications

In applying for a passport, one of the most difficult things to wrap your head around on is the part where you need to secure two (2) valid identification cards (IDs). As a matter of fact, this is where most people fail because the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) is somewhat sensitive as regards this […]

Philippine Establishments to be Closed by Midnight, Duterte

In our dearest President’s fourth (4th) and most recent State Of the Nation Address (SONA), there were a lot of controversies revolving around what he discussed. One of which is the fact that he ordered the Congress to submit a law requiring different establishments across the country to close and halt operations by midnight. Read: […]

Duterte to Gov’t Offices: Simplify or I Will K!ll You

Our dear President’s fourth (4th) State of the Nation Address (SONA), he directed and made his comments about government offices having slow services and certifications. He clearly said that he wanted to see drastic changes on how government offices operate and threatened them, as per the President, if they “do not get their act together.” […]

Hiring of Non-Uniformed Personnel (NUP) by The BFP

The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) is an extension of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) who is tasked to implement policies in relation to fire prevention and firefighting. As of this moment, they are currently hiring in their Non-Uniformed Personnel (NUP) department. In order for them to be able to fill […]