Kasambahay receives financial assistance

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Cebu City—A kasambahay received a financial assistance before the actual SENA conference was conducted, says OIC Gemma R. Poloyapoy.

Ms. Modesta Rosco, a resident of Dakit, Barili Cebu  got her assistance  of P40, 000 last October 9, 2017 as contained in her affidavit provided by her employer, Stella Marie Alquizola.

In a report to OIC Poloyapoy, Conciliator-Mediator Paciano L. Murro Jr. said the Ms. Rosco has been employed as kasambahay for fourteen years.

“She filed her request for assistance for payment of separation pay on October 4, 2017”, Conmed Murro said.

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PWDs enlightened on their rights and privileges

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Carcar City—Two hundred fifty persons with disabilities were enlightened on their rights and privileges after the successful conduct of the Orientation on Persons with Disabilities: Rights and Privileges with GAD Program last October 28, 2017 at Carcar City Hall, Carcar Cebu.

The half-day activity is part of the board’s action plan for programs and services for  PWDs which aims to inform them of their rights and privileges as provided in Republic Act No. 7277, the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons and its amendment, RA 9442.

OIC Gemma R. Poloyapoy said that the activity was in coordination with the Carcar City Local Government through its PWD Focal Person Mr. Ronald Resurrecion.

“The beneficiaries of our activity came from the fourteen barangays of Carcar”, she said.

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Through SENA, surviving children get financial and funeral assistance

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Cebu City—Through SENA, the surviving children of the late Magno Bedoledo Jr. received financial assistance and funeral expense of an aggregate amount of P244,271.70, Officer in Charge Gemma R. Poloyapoy said today.
The three surviving children through their attorneys in fact, his father and brothers, received the amount last October 27, 2017.
According to OIC Poloyapoy, the request was filed by Hedeliza Broñan, a cousin of deceased last October 3, 2017.
“They claimed for his cash bond, 13th month pay and last pay” , she said.

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Mandaue City bares Gawad Linaw Award tilt

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Mandaue City—With the desire to maintain the goal of keeping the City of Mandaue as a strong venue of business establishments that provide responsible, strategic and innovative labor relations, it is high time to recognize the earnest efforts of our partners in realizing the goal.

It is what TIPC Chairman and Mandaue City Mayor  Gabriel Luis R. Quisumbing emphasized in the brochure which encapsulates this year’s  Search for the Outstanding Innovative Labor Relations Practice in Mandaue City, otherwise known as the Gawad Linaw Award.

No less than the Mandaue City Councilors, Mandaue City TIPC Board of Trustees and their counterparts from the TIPCs of Talisay City and Cebu City, Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry, DOLE, NCMB, RTWPB and the local media attended the launching last May 29, 2017 at the Mandaue City Hall.

According to Ms. Verna Jannil V. Gonzales, designer of the trophy, Gawad Linaw Award comes  from the word “gawad” which means gift and “linaw” which means peace.

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