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Anak ng empanada vendor at welder, nasungkit ang 10th place sa nursing board exam

Walang mapagsidlan ang saya ng mga magulang ng isang dalaga sa Laoag City, Ilocos Norte matapos makapagtapos ng kursong nursing at mag-rank 10 sa board exam.


Si Shannara Mica Guta Tamayao ay nakapagtapos ng kursong nursing sa Mariano State University sa Batac, Ilocos Norte sa tulong ng kaniyang mga magulang na isang empanada vendor at welder.


Kwento ni Tamayao, para bang nasuklian ang paghihirap ng kanilang pamilya matapos nilang mapag-alaman na isa siya sa mga topnotcher sa score na 84.60%.


Bilang isang panganay, nais niya raw tumulong sa kaniyang pamilya lalong-lalo na sa kaniyang mga magulang ngayong nakapagtapos na siya sa pag-aaral at nakapasa sa board exam.


Balak niyang maipasa National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) at kumuha ng master's degree bago makapagsimulang magtrabaho. 

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Tanod na nagsipag ang pag-aaral, nagtapos ng cum laude at license civil engineer na ngayon


 Viral sa social media si Janryll Tan mula sa Barangay Kalubihan, Cebu City, na dating isang baranggay tanod sa gabi para ipagtaguyod ang kanyang pagaaral.


Nakapagtapos si Janryll sa kursong Civil Engineering at nag graduate bilang isang cum laude. 


Ayon sa ama nito na si Jerry, pinagsasabay nito ang pag-aaral at pagiging tanod. Malimit niyang nakikita na isinisingit ng kaniyang anak ang pag-aaral habang nagbabantay sa barangay hall. 


Ganap na ngayong engineer matapos pumasa sa licensure examination. Ngayong pasado na siya’y bittersweet ang kaniyang nararamdaman sa pag-iwan niya sa trabaho sa barangay.


Payo ni Janryll ay huwag panghinaan ng loob kung nakakaranas ng hirap gaya niya dahil tulad niya ay kaya rin ng iba na magbalanse ng oras, lalo at may suporta ng mga mahal sa buhay. (Larawan ABS-CBN)

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Taiwan suspends entry of Indonesian migrant workers due to spike of COVID-19 cases

Taiwan will temporarily suspends entry of Indonesian migrant workers starting December 4 due to spike in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases that hails from Indonesia.


Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said in a press release that Taiwan government will not allow entry until December 17 and will decide after whether to end or extend the reatriction.


The other option cut the maximum cap for accepting Indonesian migrant workers based on the latest number of pandemic cases in Indonesia at that time.


The two-week suspension is expected to affect around 1,350 migrant workers, according to CECC.


Additionally, Taiwan has also banned a total of eight Indonesian manpower agencies from sending migrant workers to the country due to the high percentage of COVID-19 positive cases.



 

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Travelers to Taiwan with fake negative COVID-19 result will face a maximum fine of NT$150,000

Travelers to Taiwan who present fraudulent COVID-19 test results on arrival could face a maximum fine of NT$150,000 (US$5,266), the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) reiterated Sunday.


The likelihood of people arriving with fake negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests for COVID-19 is a major concern, as the number of returning travelers is expected to spike ahead of the upcoming holiday season, said Minister of Health and Welfare Chen Shih-chung, who heads the CECC.


Chen expressed worry about the inconsistent quality of PCR test results from different countries and the possibility that passengers would obtain fraudulent tests, as Taiwan prepares to introduce a new regulation on mandatory tests COVID-19 for all arriving passengers.


Starting Tuesday, all travelers arriving in Taiwan will be required to present a negative test PCR test for COVID-19, taken within three days of their departure from the country of origin.


Meanwhile, CECC spokesman Chuang Jen-hsiang said he is urging people to inform the authorities if they have any knowledge of passengers providing false information to gain entry to Taiwan.


Violations of the country's border regulations are punishable with fines of NT$10,000 to NT$150,000, under the Communicable Disease Control Act, Chuang said.


Starting Tuesday, all documents presented by arriving passengers at Taiwan's borders will be closely examined by authorities to prevent violations of the law, he added. -Central News Agency

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Man in Kaohsiung bought 4,600 pieces of plastic bags for NT$1 each with invoice receipt


A man in Kaohsoung reportedly bought 4,600 pieces of plastic bags which he collected for the months of September and October, all of the plastic bags have invoice receipt and have high chances of winning in Taiwan's receipt lottery.

The man bought the 4,600 plastic bags in Carrefour for NT$1 each and according to reports 30 inboice receipts won in the lottery.

In response, officials of the Ministry of Finance stated that the lottery has uniform invoice regulations, as long as consumers stated the facts of consumption and issue the invoice truthfully. Only 0 yuan and with negative amounts are those cannot be redeemed.

Officials added that there are frequent incidents of invoice receipt laundering recently, amendments to the uniform invoice will not be considered.

The man reportedly won a total NT$8,400 for the 30 invoice receipts winning NT$200 and NT$500 from Sept and Oct.


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Job Hiring: Greatek Electronics now hiring Engineers under MIP, higher than minimum wage


 Summary:

Company: Greatek Electronics Co.

Location: Miaoli, Taiwan

Salary: NT$28,900 + OT

Agency: MIP International Manpower Services


Check below job ad:

About Greatek Electronics:

Founded in 1983, Greatek Electronics Inc., originally named “He Teh Integrated Circuit Co. Ltd “, amended the company name as Greatek Electronics Incorporation and expanded business scope to IC assembly and test services.


Its core competencies are to deliver excellent quality, provide outstanding delivery performance and stay in competitive edge on overall structure.


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned broker/recruitment agency.

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OPM icon na si April Boy Regino, pumanaw na sa edad na 51


 Namayapa na ang ang sikat na OPM singer na si April Boy Regino nito lamang Linggo (Nobyembre 29) sa edad na 51.


Ang nakakalungkot na balita ay kinumpirma mismo ng kaniyang kapatid na si Vingo Regino sa pamamagitan ng kaniyang facebook account.


“Nakakalungkot naman ang araw na ito…wala na ang Kuya April Boy ko,” sabi ng naulilang kapatid sa kaniyang Facebook post.


Noong 2009, unang na-diagnosed si April Boy ng prostate cancer ngunit taong 2013 ay siya naideklara ring cancer-free.


Noon namang 2015, napagalaman ng mang-aawit na siya ay may diabetic neuropathy na kung saan unti-unting nawawala ang kaniyang paningin dulot ng diabetes.


Sikat si April Boy sa kaniyang mga awiting "Di Ko Kayang Tanggapin" at "Paano ang Puso Ko."

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Tindera ng saging, arestado sa pulisya dahil sa pagiging tsimosa


 Arestado ang isang tindera ng saging sa Bantayan, Cebu matapos itong ireklamo dahil sa kaniyang maling pagpapakalat  ng impormasyon at paninirang puri sa kapwa gamit ang social media.


Ayon sa isang Press Release ng Bantayan Police Station, inaresto ang babae matapos siyang ireklamo ng biktima na kaniyang sinisiraan sa pamamagitan ng Facebook Messenger.


Hindi malinaw sa publiko ang buong detalye kaugnay ng paninirang puri na ginawa ng suspek.


Gayunpaman, nahaharap ito ngayon sa kasong Cyber Libel na maaaring mahantong sa 12 taong pagkakakulong at pyansang P10,000.


Nagpaalala naman ang pulisya na maging responsable sa paggamit ng mga social media dahil mahigpit na ipinapatupad ng Hepe ng Bantayan Police ang pagdakip sa sinumang naninira ng kapwa at nagpapakalat ng maling balita.

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Bata sa Cebu mangiyak-ngiyak matapos maka-order ng 42 chicken fillet online


 Halos umiyak sa takot ang isang pitong taong gulang na batang babae sa Barangay Mabolo, Cebu City nang magdagsaan ang mga delivery rider sa kanilang tahanan matapos aksidenteng maka-order ng 42 ng chicken fillet at fries sa isang online application.


Kwento ng kapitbahay nitong si Dann Kayne Suarez, maging sila ay nagulat nang higit sa 30 delivery rider ang dumating sa bahay ng bata noong Nobyembre 25, dakong alas-11 nang umaga.


Umorder umano ang bata ng naturang pagkain ngunit dahil sa problema sa internet, paulit-ulit nitong napindot ang application dahilan upang umabot sa 42 ang bilang ng mga pagkaing na-order.


Bawat combo ng chicken fillet at french fries ay nagkakahalagang P189 kaya naman ang kabuuang order ay pumatak ng P7, 938.


Dahil sa awa, may ilang kapitbahay na bumili sa ilang mga order at mayroong ding mga rider na hindi na nagpabayad lalo pa at tanging ang lola lamang ng bata ang kasama nito sa bahay.

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Woman suffering from depression jumps from 4th floor in SM Megamall


A suicide is assumed after a 23-year-old woman has reportedly jumped from the fourth floor of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City on Saturday morning, November 28.

The unfortunate incident happened inside the building B of Megamall, the second largest shopping mall in the Philippines.

According to Mandaluyong City Police Officer-In-Charge Colonel Milo Pagtalunan, the victim was from Sta. Maria Bulacan. She was previously diagnosed with depression and was confined at the National Center for Mental Health (NCMH).

The woman was immediately rushed to VRP Medical Center but was declared dead on arrival.

Meanwhile, the management of the mall confirmed the incident and stated that a joint investigation with the police is currently on going.

"SM Supermalls Official Statement (SM Megamall)

There was an incident in SM Megamall involving a female customer. Our Emergency Response Team was immediately on site and took the person to the nearby hospital. A joint investigation with the local PNP is already ongoing."
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Taiwan to fine travelers without negative COVID-19 test result starting Dec. 1


 All person arriving in Taiwan without any proof of a negative test result will face heavy fines starting December 1, according to the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on Wednesday (Nov. 25).


Based on the announcement of CECC, all travelers regardless of nationality or purpose of arrival will be required to present a negative coronavirus test result within three days of their departure. However, those who will be excused by the health authority will be exempted from the new rule.


Health Minister and CECC head Chen Shih-chung said, violators will be ineligible to receive the government's quarantine subsidy and will have to pay fines between NT$10,000 (US$351) and NT$150,000 for neglecting the Communicable Disease Control Act.


Aside from these, he added that the violator will also be subjected to criminal liability if ever they passed the virus to other persons.


Exceptions will only be granted to those people who come to Taiwan for emergency or have difficulty obtaining COVID-19 test in the country where they came from such as Tuvalu, Niue, Fiji, and Tonga.

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ASE, Greatek adds manpower as wire bonding lines in full capacity for 5G and 8K applications

Taiwan's IC packagers that includes ASE Technology and Greatek Electronics with running quad flat no-lead or QFN wire bonding lines at full capacity utilization.


The lines are mainly driven by strong demand for power management ICs for 5G and 8K applications from different customers.


Both companies adds more needed manpower to beef-up their workfornce for wirebonding lines.


QFN or microchip carrier uses half-encapsulation technology to expose the rear side of the die pad and the tiny fingers, which are used to connect the chip and bonding wire with the PCB.


QFN packaging in the communications market has been growing quickly as both companies will focus on customer demands.

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Ph to allow entrance of balikbayan, Filipinos' foreign spouse, children starting Dec. 7


 

As the government eases travel restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic, returning Filipinos or "balikbayan" and even their foreign spouses and children will be allowed to enter the Philippines starting December 7.


According to the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) Resolution No. 85, signed on November 26, they will be allowed to enter the country on Dec. 7 as long as they can present a pre-booked quarantine facility and undergo COVID-19 testing at a labarotory operating at the airport.


Separate guidelines will be made by the Department of Tourism (DOT) to sufficiently accommodate the foreign nationals that would be entering the country. 


“This not only bodes well for our ailing industry but is good tidings for our kababayans who have been clamoring to be reunited with their loved ones from abroad, especially this yuletide season,” sajd Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat.


Last March, the government restricted the entry of foreigners as a precaution against COVID-19, however, months later the Philippine government allowed foreigners with investor or workong visa to enter the country.

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Taiwan's SPIL Taichung opens hundreds of job vacancies for Filipinos, no placement fee


 

Nearly a thousand job vacancies in Taiwan are open to qualified Filipino workers, the Department of Labor and Employment said. 


Silicon Precision Industries Co. Ltd. (SPIL) in Taichung City needs 779 additional workers in its factories.


“The vacancies are contained in the Job Orders of SPIL that were submitted to POLO-Taichung this week for verification,” according to Labor Attaché Fidel Macauyag of the Philippine Labor Office in Taichung


SPIL is one of the leading providers of comprehensive semiconductor assembly and test services in the world. Their products include advanced leadframe and substrate-based packages, which are widely used in computers, tablets, cellular phones, set-top boxes, and LCD monitors.


POLO-Taichung awarded SPIL a plaque of recognition for currently employing more than 3,500 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), with a free placement fee, monthly broker’s service fee, medical and other fees.


Macauyag also lauded SPIL for its continued preference for Filipinos to be part of its workforce in past years.


Philippine recruitment agencies are JS Contractor, MIP International Manpower Services and Grand Placement & General Services.

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Single mother sentenced for death penalty in Taiwan after killing her 2 young children

A single mother from New Taipei was sentenced by the court for death penalty for murdering her two young children.


The 30-year-old single mother, surnamed Wu, drugged her 8-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter ny giving sleeping pills, then strangled them to death. 


The New Taipei District Court on Wednesday ruled that as the defendant had not shown any remorse for her "abominable and inhumane acts," it was sentencing her to death for homicide, reported Central News Agency.


Wu confessed:

"I have been raising them (on my own) for seven years, and today I took them away because I feel that I have been looked down upon over the past seven years. I am alone in the face of all the public pressure and all kinds of strange stares, including the difficulty of finding a job. I wonder why I have had to care for these children on my own these past seven years. When they are sick and uncomfortable, I have to care for them on my own. I have to take care of them 24 hours a day. I have no freedom of my own."


The judges deemed that Wu's actions were "Extremely cruel, cold-blooded, extremely bad, and seriously distorted the basic values of human existence."


The court concluded that Wu had committed an unforgivable crime and that it was only natural that the death penalty be imposed.

 

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Former OFW now a street dweller after being disowned by own family


A former overseas Filipino worker has now nothing to do but to beg for alms in the streets of Manila in order to survive after getting rejected by his own family whom he helped when working abroad.


According to Aileen Mariquit Sombise who shared the story, the OFW named Ramon, 61 years old, is a previous worker in Saudi Arabia for 21 years. 


He used to earn a lot of many back then and was able to help his family with financial aspect. He even sent one of his relative to school to continue studying.


The OFW was not able to get married and have his own child because of his dedication to help his existing family.


Unfortunately, when Ramon came back in the Philippines due to his age and health condition no one  in his family even dare to take care of him because he no longer have money to give to them thus he end up being a beggar and a street dweller.


Many netizens felt sorry with the situation of Ramon and commented that he should have handled his money well and save for his future use.

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OFWs from KYEC in Taiwan collects and donates relief goods for typhoon-hit victims

Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) from King Yuan Electronics Co (KYEC) are donating numbers of balikbayan boxes to typhoon-hit victims in Bicol Region and Cagayan.


The group prepares relief such as canned goods, instant noodles, instant coffee, used and new clothings to name a few.


They wrote:

GSCCC (Good Sheperd) and friends would like to express our gratitude to all the volunteers, donors , sponsors and community members on our recent initiative to help the victims of calamities in the Philippines.


Through our collective efforts we were able to raise an amount of NT$22,702. The full amount was remitted to Sister Jocelyn Arevalo in coordination with the Augustinian Sisters of Our Lady of Consolation in the Philippines who will be conducting relief operations in the devastated areas in the country.


In this spirit of Charity we were able to accumulate some LBC and Manila Cargo Large boxes of usable clothings, non perishable goods and foods in coordination with Rev. Fr. Dennis Tan intended for the low lying areas in Bicol Region and Cagayan especially for those catch basins that where affected by the Super Typhoons and huge flooding.


Again, we thank everyone for their generosity and kindness. Your assistance to those in great need will surely be rewarded by God.  May we help each other not only on these trying times but in all situation whereby we are called to be a conduit of His Love and Blessing to others. And so we may continue to pray for our less fortunate brothers and sisters that they may receive the care and protection designed by God. (Photos: Good Sheperd)





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Government complaints can now be sent to Duterte's office through text


 The public can now send their complaints to the government and their services directly to President Rodrigo Duterte's office through a text message without any charge according to the two big telecommunication companies in the Philippines.

On November 24, the Globe Telecom just announced that that a test run of its 8888 short message service (SMS) was successful and can now be rolled out to the general public for free.


This was followed by Smart on November 26 after releasing an advisory saying that Smart and Sun subscribers can now use the same service without any charges.


To send a complain or concern, the user just have to text the complaint hotline which is 8888 following the format "C / Name (if you wish to be identified) / Concerned Government Agency / Complete details of the complaint" for complaints and  "A / Complete name / Type of request (financial, livelihood, housing, employment, educational, and claims) / Concerned Government Agency / Complete details of the request" for assistance.

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Jobs Abroad: ASE Kaohsiung in Taiwan now hiring factory workers | Apply online via Everbest agency


Summary:

Company: Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Corp

Location: Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Product: Integrated Circuits (IC)

Position: Production workers

Agency: Everbest Overseas Employment Agency


Click below to apply:

bit.ly/everbest-eBiodata


Contact Everbest agency through:

☎️Landline - (02)85363122

📞Globe - 09176213076

📞Smart - 09088121689


About ASE Kaohsiung:


ASE Kaohsiung, the flagship company in ASE Group, possesses valuable expertise in product and process technology for the manufacturing of CSP, high frequency packages, MCM, flip chip and wafer bumping manufacturing.


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned broker/recruitment agency.

 

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Hindi kwalipilado ngunit nakatangap ng SAP, pwedeng sampahan ng kasong kriminal

Kung may kakilala kayo na hindi kwalipikado ngunit nakatanggap ng SAP, maaari i-report sa DSWD, sa pamamagitan ng grievance hotlines ng ahensya.


Ito ay upang agarang ma-validate ng ahensya ang ganitong klaseng complain. Kung mapatunayan na hindi sila karapat-dapat ay kailangan nilang ibalik ang ayuda.


Maaari ring masampahan ng kasong administratibo, sibil, at kriminal, at pwede ring matanggal sa posisyon ang mga opisyal ng lokal na pamahalaan na mapapatunayan na nagbigay ng ayuda sa mga hindi karapat-dapat.


Narito ang mga numero kung saan pwedeng magsumbong:



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Taiwan paid deposit of around 15-million COVID-19 vaccine doses: CECC

The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) confirmed that Taiwan has secured nearly 15 million COVID-19 vaccine doses.


Taiwan signed a procurement contract with a COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer and paid a deposit to secure 10 million doses, Minister of Health and Welfare Chen Shih-chung said.


Additionally, more than 4.6 million doses can be obtained through the COVAX platform — a global framework to accelerate the development and manufacture of COVID-19 vaccines and ensure equitable distribution among member countries.


With those signings, Taiwan has secured nearly 15 million doses.


"If anyone could assure us that we could get the shots in the first quarter of next year, we could set off firecrackers to celebrate," Chen said.


Chen added that safety and effectiveness are the most important factors, so specialists would first assess the vaccines.

 

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Employers may face a max fine of NT$300,000 for charging quarantine of migrant workers

Taiwan's Ministry of Labor (MOL) said that employers of migrant workers face a maximum fine of NT$300,000 if they fail to cover the cost of the 14-day compulsory quarantine of their migrant workers.


The 14-day compulsory quarantine is mandatary for those entering Taiwan mandated by thr Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).


MOL's Workforce Development Agency (WDA) said that it is the responsibility of employers to take care of the migrant workers they hire. This includes making arrangements for them to undergo two weeks of quarantine at a quarantine hotel or a location they arrange.


WDA said employers who ask migrant workers to pay for the compulsory quarantine face a fine of NT$60,000 to NT$ 300,000 and will have their hiring permit revoked.


If an employment agency asks migrant workers to pay for the compulsory quarantine, it will be fined and have its operations suspended for up to a year, in accordance with the Employment Service Act.


The WDA called on migrant workers who encounter such situations to call the MOL, local government or dial 1955 to report to the authorities.

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Direct Hiring: ASE Chungli now hiring production workers, factory workers

Advanced Semiconductor Engineering now directly hiring production operators / factory workers under broker Golden Brother.


The company / broker accepts applicants with expiring contracts. Interview slated at No 800 Chunghua Rd, Sec 1, Chungli, Taoyuan. Interested applicants must bring all necessary documents.


Check below info:


About ASE:


Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc. (ASE Inc.) is one of the world’s leading providers of semiconductor manufacturing services.


ASE possesses valuable expertise in product and process technology for the manufacturing of CSP, high frequency packages, MCM, flip chip and wafer bumping manufacturing.


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned broker/recruitment agency.

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Bagong silang na sanggol, isinilid sa bag at iniwan sa tapat ng isang bahay sa Cavite

Nagulantang ang isang pamilya sa Imus, Cavite matapos matagpuan ang isang bagong silang na sanggol sa tapat ng kanilang bahay na nakasilid sa isang bag.


Ayon sa netizen na si Winnie Lyn De Leon, narinig niya at ng kaniyang kapitbahay ang iyak ng isang sanggol sa tapat ng isang bahay sa subdivision bandang alas onse ng umaga.


Aniya, nakita ang isang tila bagong silang na sanggol sa isang kulay violet na bag na may kasamang gatas na nakatimpla sa isang baby bottle.


Sa isang CCTV footage, isang lalakig nakabisikleta ang nakitang nag-iwan sa sanggol ganap na 3:30 ng madaling araw.


Ayon naman sa Social Worker na siyang kumupkop sa sanggol, nasa maayos na kondisyon na ito at kasalukuyang binabantayan ng nakatokang house parent sa kanilang pasilidad.

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Taiwan's MOL scraps short-term contract extension of migrant workers

 

The Ministry of Labor (MOL) on Monday announced the end of a program launched earlier this year, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, that enabled employers of migrant workers to apply for short-term contract extensions.


The MOL launched the program in May to allow employers to apply for three-to-six-month contract extensions for migrant workers whose contracts were set to expire, with many countries closing their borders to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. As a result, many migrant workers were unable to return to their home countries.


The measure was also intended to reduce cross-border travel during the pandemic. The program was extended in July due to high demand. On Monday, the MOL said it was ending the program, with immediate effect.


The decision was made after a review showed such short-term extensions were increasing the burden on both employers and the MOL, according to Hsueh Chien-chung, a section chief at the MOL's Workforce Development Agency (WDA).


The decision will normalize employee-employer relations and streamline administrative procedures, he said.


In addition, many countries are now reopening their borders, making it easier for migrant workers to travel, according to Hsueh.


Since the program was launched in May, 1,989 applications had been made as of Nov. 15. Most of the applicants were made on behalf of migrant workers from the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, according to the WDA. -Central News Agency

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Taiwan announced winning combinations for round 09-10 receipt lottery

The winning numbers for the months of September - October  (09-10 round) of the Taiwan receipt lottery was announced by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) including the lucky combination for the NT$10 million special prize.


Check below for the winning combinations:


Winning number for the NT$10 million special  prize: 

42024723


Winning number for the NT$2 million grand prize: 

64157858


Winning numbers for the First Prize:

68550826

84643124

46665810


First prize for matching all digits earns NT$200,000 then right order or the last order number of seven digits can receive NT$40,000, six digits NT$10,000, five digits NT$4,000, four final digits in the right order NT$1,000, and with the three last numbers right NT$200.


Winning numbers for the additional prize of NT$200 matching the last three digits are:

651, 341


Congratulations to all winners!

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Hiring Abroad: Company in Taiwan needs factory workers | Accepts High School Graduates


Summary:

Position: SMT operator

Salary: NT$24,000 + OT (P40,000+)

Agency: Jedegal International Manpower Services

Agency Address: G/F & 2/F Accent Tower Bldg. GP Shorthorn Bahay Toro Project 8, Quezon City, Metro Manila


Qualifications:

- Female

- 20 years old and above

- With or without experience

- Filipino

- Atleast High School Diploma and above


Requirements for factory workers:


*Passport (valid for 2 years)

*NBI Clearance (6 months validity/ Multi-Purpose Clearance)

*Picture (2x2 white background)

*Birth Certificate (from local civil registrar)

*Marriage Certificate (from local civil registrar)

*Diploma with Transcript of Records

*Voter's ID 

*UMID (Multi-purpose ID)

*PEOS Certificate

*E-Registration Services


Interested applicants must send CV and scanned copy of m documents to Jedegal's email: factory_workers@jedegal.com  


Applicants may also apply to Jedegal's website at https://www.jedegal.com.ph/apply-custom.php


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency or broker.




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ASE Kaohsiung set to hire more than 3,000 people for its new plant

The global demand for 5G and AI-enabled consumer-electronics semiconductors is on the rise, Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) one of Taiwan's leading integrated circuit (IC) manufacturer and packaging is expanding hiring in 2021.


Kaohsiung-based ASE is set to hire more than 3,000 people, including equipment engineers and technicians, for its new plant in 2021 driven by strong demand for 5G, mobile devices, and wireless internet connections.


ASE Technology has broken ground for a new smart plant in Kaohsiung, to be dedicated to advanced packaging processes, with annual production estimated at US$500 million, Digitimes reported.


Apart from ASE, TSMC, MediaTek, Phison are also said to be increasing their manpower in response to strong customer demand.

 

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Temperature in Taiwan may drop to 14 degrees by weekend

CWB mentioned that the latest model simulation shows that from the evening of the 27th to the 30th, more cold air will flow southward than the previous wave. There will be partial rain in the north and east half of the country on the windward side, and the north coast, northern mountains and northeast.


From the 28th to the 30th, there is a probability that the minimum temperature at the flat ground station will drop to 14, 15 degrees in the morning and at night.

 

CWB pointed out that this wave of cold air is slightly stronger than the previous wave, and northern Taiwan feels wet and cold.

 

There will be some short-term rain in the eastern half and there will be occasional chances of sporadic rain on the eastern side of Greater Taipei, temperatures in various places will rise slightly before dropping at 27th.

 

As of Nov 24th in the morning, the lowest temperature at the flat ground station was 17.5 degrees in Sanwan Township, Miaoli, and 17.6 degrees in Emei Township, Hsinchu.

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Arabian employer, eats with his Filipino housemaids in the same table


 An Arab employer’s was kind to his OFW employees and he ate with them at the same table and considering his OFW employees as a family.


Contrary to what we often hear about the cruelty of some Arab people, but this employer is considering his OFW employees as a family.


To be an OFW is very hard, tired, stressed and away to loved ones the most frequent felt by all OFWs just to get the family out of difficulties. Additionally, they are also facing dangers such as mistreatment of employers.


Even there are many news we received about the cruelties faced by OFWs in the hands of their employers, it is not quite fair that we blame all the judgment from the Arabs, because there are others who are kind and considered their kasambahays as a family members.


In a viral video shared by I Love Natividad on their Facebook page, some Filipina housemaids were happy eating with their boss, and its family. Seeing that they had fun while eating.


It will also notice in the video that the Pinay OFW’s are having fun and enjoying their job. There is no trace of sorrow seen in their faces. Their boss may be very kind to them, because they were eating at the same table and considered them as a family.


Lots of netizens amazed on the kindness of the Arab on his Pinay OFWs. Hopefully more employers will be same as him, and hopefully he will be blessed because of his kindness to the Pinay OFWs and some netizens also prayed that hopefully more OFWs will get luck, same as what we saw, to make things better while in their job abroad.

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Halos 320,000 OFWs ang narepatriate ng PH government ngayong panahon ng pandemic chiel


Umabot na sa humigit-kumulang 320,000 na returning overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) ang narepatriate ngayon panahon ng pandemic na naserbiayuhan ng iba't ibang ahensya ng gobyerno. 


Dagdag pa rito ang mahigit 75,000 ng returning non-OFWs na sumailalim rin sa health protocols at safety measures sa mga quarantine hotels, bago tuluyang makauwi sa kani-kanilang probinsya. 


“There is no stopping the government from extending the assistance to our dear OFWs. We have also enhanced our livelihood programs for the reintegration of our returning heroes,” ayon kay Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Silvestre Bello III.


“We are glad to note that we have a very good recovery rate among our Covid-stricken OFWs,” dagdag niya.


Ang One-Stop Shop  sa NAIA ay tulung-tulong na pinangangasiwaan ng Department of Transportation (DOTr), Department of Tourism (DOT), Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA), Office for Transportation Security (OTS), Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA), Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Philippine National Police (PNP), at ng Bureau of Quarantine (BOQ).

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Costco Taiwan kicks off its week long Black Friday Sale as customers ready for frenzy shopping

Costco opened its annual Black Friday event in Taiwan in all of its 14 branches in the country. The event will run from November 23 until November 29.


The event, which sees massive discounts on select items. Usually the event starts after Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, since there were lots of shoppers, Costco Taiwan decided to make it a 7 day event.


The chain's various branches have this time set up pre-arranged parking lanes in an attempt to minimize traffic jams.


Costco branches are open from 9am onwards from Nov 23 to 26 and stores will open 8am onwards from Nov 27 to 29. Stores may allow customers to enter 10 minutes ahead of the scheduled opening times.


This will be the fourth annual "Black Shopping Festival" in Taiwan for Costco chain.



 

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'Mayaman ka naman': Vice Ganda, binabatikos dahil sa kaniyang fundraising campaign


Hindi nagustuhan ng ilang netizens ang paglulunsad ng fundraising campaign para sa mga biktima ng bagyong Ulysses ng komedyanteng si Vice Ganda kaya naman samu't-saring batikos ngayon ang ibinabato sa kaniya.


Giit ng madla, sa yaman daw nito, dapat ay maglabas na lamang siya ng pera mula sa kaniyang sariling bulsa sa halip na humingi ng donasyon sa ibang mga tao.


“Magdonate din po kau galing sa yaman nyu di puro fundraising galing sa bulsa ng ibang tao tpos kanino mapupunta ang credit aberrr lamm naa,” komento ng isang netizen.


Paliwanag naman ni Vice inilunsad niya lamang ang donation drive upang matulungan ang mga taong nais magpahatid ng donasyon sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo. Makakaasa raw na siya mismo ay maglalabas ng sariling pera pantulong sa mga nangangailangan.


"Ginagawa ko po ito para sa madlang pipol sa mga kaibigan, sa mga Little Ponies (tawag niya sa kanyang fans), na gustong mag-ambag at gustong pagsama-samahin yung kanilang mga donasyon," giit ni Vice na sa ngayon ay nakalikom na ng P700,000.

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