Life is Suffering

“What’s suffering, daddy?” Asked 5-year old Aeva the other night. “Suffering is when you have to go through things you don’t like,” Her daddy said. “And you still have to finish it.” “Oh, so you just have to roll with it,” the kid said. “Yeah,” I said. “Roll with it is a good way to […]

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FREE HR WEBINAR: The HeaRT of CSR: Making Your CSR More Successful (July 18, Sunday at 3:00pm)

FREE HR WEBINAR: The HeaRT of CSR: Making Your CSR More Successful (July 18, Sunday at 3:00pm) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) demonstrates that you’re an organization takes an interest in wider social issues, rather than just those that impact your profit margins, which will attract customers who share the same values. Therefore, it makes good […]

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Opportunities Await Those Who Show Up

OPPORTUNITIES AWAIT THOSE WHO OPEN We were at Metrowalk running an errand and it was lunch time. Maybe it’s the time of day or the pandemic, but Metrowalk in the daytime is an absolute ghost town. Seats were all packed. Stores were closed. Some staff were present but they were not receiving service. Instead, they […]

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Ge-Lai is Over!

Happy to announce that I’ve finished Ge-Lai! 30 days is over, and happy 30the birthday to this little one! Finally, I can now wash my hair and nobody is happier than my suffering husband who wants me to take a bath every day. What is Ge-Lai? Ge-Lai is the Chinese method for post partum healing. […]

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Get yourself COVID-19 Vaccinated to SAVE LIVES

A TALE OF TWO “RESPECTABLE” DOCTORS: ONE CREATES FEAR. THE OTHER SAVES LIVES I respect Dr. Edsel Maurice Salvana. Many respectable doctors are choosing to take Sinovac. And then there’s people like Dr. Tony Leachon who strives to create fear and anger just because he was let go of the IATF. Dr. Tony Leachon is […]

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10 Reasons Why Employees Rant to Social Media than to their HR

Hanap ng kakampi: If they get support online, bigger chance to legitimate their case. Ayaw mapahiya: They also want to double check if may laban talaga ang reklamo nila. Natatakot mabara: At least pag binara ka sa socmed, it’s relatively anonymous. Ayaw mo ding kasi lagi magtanong ng question na silly. Easier: Minsan, may HR […]

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Common Mistakes I Had Managing a Business

Giving your staff access to cash for more than a day: If your staff has cash access, they will use it for their personal use. You don’t trust in God but give your staff the temptation to steal. Daily deposits dapat. Payroll: Always double check that the SSS, Philhealth and Pagibig payments are done correctly […]

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My Top 20 Things People Do NOT Realize are Privileges

MY TOP 20 THINGS PEOPLE DO NOT REALIZE ARE PRIVILEGES (Philippines Version): Having two parents still married together. Graduating from college. Most dont have enough money to finish high school. Having enough disposable income to travel abroad. Many don’t even have money to travel. Accessible hot water for showering. Most don’t have water heaters. Working […]

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My Top 20 Lessons in HR for 2020

MY TOP 20 LESSONS IN HR FOR 2020: It’s almost the new year! To end the year with a bang, here are my top 20 lessons in HR that I learned this 2020: 1. When government puts everyone on lockdown, stop stressing and being depressed. Walang pakialam ang government kung depressed ka. Hindi dadagdag ang […]

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Labor Advisory No. 31, Series of 2020: Deferred Holiday Pay

Labor Advisory No. 31, Series of 2020: Bayaran ng DEFERRED holiday pay deadline on December 31, 2020. Please note that: 1. Establishments thay have totally closed or ceased operation during the community quarantine period are exempted from the payment of holiday pay. 2. Under the Philippine Labor Code, employees covered by holiday pay rules should […]

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