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Sunday, 19 April 2015

Shakey's V-League PLDT vs Cagayan- Replay

Watch Shakey's V-League PLDT vs Cagayan Arpil 19 Replay. PLDT Home Ultera beat Cagayan in 4 sets. PLDT Home Ultera won against CAGAYAN Rising Suns: 25-20, 25-22, 26-28, 25-18.
PLDT Home Ultera and Cagayan Valley slug it out in the featured match at 12:45 a.m. which was shown live on GMA News TV Channel 11 with the Ultra Fast Hitters stretched their win streak to four and zero in on the first semifinal berth.

UAAP star Alyssa Valdez exploded for 25 points to lead the Ultra-fast Spikers, while Gretchel Soltones also waxed hot for 21 points. Jaja Santiago finished with 12 as she dominated at the net with quick hits and blocks.
Watch live streaming video from vleague at livestream.com

Saturday, 18 April 2015

Iyad Bin Amin Madani Arrived in Manila

OIC Sec. Gen. Iyad Bin Amin Madani visits the Philippines

Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Quintos Deles led the Philippine government in welcoming His Excellency Iyad Bin Amin Madani, the Secretary General of the Organization on Islamic Cooperation, on Friday, April 17. Madani arrived in Manila on Thursday evening for a five-day visit to continue the OIC's long support to the peace process in Mindanao.




PCSO GOVERNMENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Here's PCSO GOVERNMENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM.


Friday, 17 April 2015

ABS-CBN TV plus sa Baranggay Schedule

Kapamilya, may exciting kaming balita! At tamang-tama dahil payday today! Pwede na kayo mag avail ng ABS-CBN TVplus para sa mas malinaw na panonood, walang monthly fee at may FREE exclusive channels pa! What's more - pupunta sa inyong mga baranggay at tahanan ang aming mga TV Plus sales agents para ma-enjoy nyo na ang mas matagalang bonding agad-agad! Abangan sila mula April 15-19 sa mga sumusunod na lugar na ito: 



1. Aurora Cubao, E. Rodriguez, Q.C.
2. Commonwealth Ave. Commonwealth, Q.C.
3. Farmers Market Foot Bridge Cor. General Mc Arthur Ave, Q.C.
4. Baranggay North Fairview, Santolan, Pasig City.
5. Epstoda Terminal, Maybunga, Pasig City
6. Evangelista St. Santolan, Pasig City
7. Ferry Terminal, Maybunga, Pasig City
8. Gomez St., Manggahan, Pasig City
9. Katoda Terminal, Kapitolyo, Pasig City
10. Sgt. L. Pascua Bagong Ilog Pasig City
11. Tricycle Terminal, Central Signal Village, Taguig City
12. Tricycle Terminal, Ususan, Taguig City
13. P. Rosales, Sta Ana, Pateros
14. 49 Susano cor. Austria st. Novaliches, Q.C.
15. U.P. Market Philcoa Q.C.
16. Libertad Market, Libertad cor., Taft Ave. Pasay City
17. Maricabann covered court, Maricabann st. Pasay City
18. Malibay covered court, Malibay st. Pasay City
19. Baclaran Church/Market, Paranaque City
20. 788 Quirino Hi-way Gulod, Novaliches City
21. Kampupot covered court, Pembo, Makati City
22. VV Soliven Ave., Baranggay Commonwealth QC Covered Court

Thursday, 16 April 2015

Pacquiao vs Mayweather Pay-Per-View No Commercial

Hot to get access on Pacquiao vs Mayweather Pay-Per-View No Commercial? How to apply for Pacquiao vs Mayweather Pay-Per-View with No Commercial Break?

Text PACMAY to 23661 to order

Ang makasaysayang laban na ito ay hatid ng ABS-CBN TV Plus!


ABS-CBN TVplus is a digital box that provides dramatically clear reception

Dahil nauna ka na sa pagbabago Kapamilya, ikaw din ang unang-una sa Pay-Per-View access ng Pacquiao-Mayweather fight, The Battle for Greatness! Kahit wala kang cable, sure na sure mong mapapanood ng malinaw ang bawat suntok ni Manny, bawat galaw malinaw na malinaw! Wag kang papahuli sa Makasaysayang laban na hatid ng ABS-CBN TVplus!

Pacquioa vs Mayweather Live on ABS-CBN TV Plus

Watch Pacquioa vs Mayweather Live on ABS-CBN TV Plus.

Dahil nauna ka na sa pagbabago Kapamilya, ikaw din ang unang-una sa Pay-Per-View access ng Pacquiao-Mayweather fight, The Battle for Greatness! Kahit wala kang cable, sure na sure mong mapapanood ng malinaw ang bawat suntok ni Manny, bawat galaw malinaw na malinaw! Wag kang papahuli sa Makasaysayang laban na hatid ng ABS-CBN TVplus!

Text PACMAY to 23661 to order.

Ang makasaysayang laban na ito ay hatid ng ABS-CBN TV Plus!


Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Pacquiao - Mayweather Fight HD on Cignal

Mayweather are extremely eager to find out who truly reigns in the boxing ring.

The two biggest boxers of this generation will battle it out for the first time for the title of best “pound for pound” boxer in living memory in the biggest, and most probably the "highest paying" fight of their career called "Battle For Greatness" happening on May 2 (May 3 in the Philippines) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

But while Pinoys here in the Philippines wanting to make the boxing event one of thehighlights of this summer, the huge amount of watching it live as it happens might prevent them from gathering their friends and family and altogether rally for Pacman to win. That's why Cignal TV decided to offer and makes it available for Filipinos to watch the watch via Pay-Per-View live as it happens in Las Vegas. Cignal TV makes it even more exciting with its special rate of Two Thousand Pesos (P2,000.00) until April 18. Afterwards, the regular rate of Two Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (P2,500.00) will apply.



Cignal postpaid subscribers who would like to see this historic boxing bout in real time and without commercials, can simply order online by visiting the Cignal website. Active prepaid subscribers may look for the nearest Cignal partner or Smart load retailer to load PPV2000. Likewise, PLDT Fibr account holders can order through the PLDT Fibr hotline (632) 101-3427.

Don’t miss this chance to witness live this boxing match of the century with ringside clarity. Show your support to our People’s Champ, Manny Pacquiao as he goes against Floyd “Pretty Boy’’ Mayweather Jr. for the undisputed crown of greatest “pound for pound” fighter of the world.

Cignal TV is the country’s biggest pay-TV provider and its direct to home (DTH) satellite system offers the best quality transmission and picture perfect image for your viewing pleasure.

To know more about Cignal Pay-Per-View and other Cignal promos visithttp://cignal.tv/.

Monday, 13 April 2015

10- Year Old Pinay Gwyneth sings Roar in Asia's Got Talent

Filipino hosts Marc Nelson and Rovilson Fernandez weren’t kidding when they said the Philippines would be well-represented on AXN’s increasingly popular talent search series, “Asia’s Got Talent”.

Don't let 10 year old Gwyneth Dorado's small stature fool you - this little cutie can hit her high notes! Watch out, Katy Perry!

You can also watch Asia’s Got Talent on your favourite local channels:

THAILAND:
Sundays on Channel 3 SD 20:15pm with reruns every Monday 9:30am on Analog and Channel 3 HD.

INDONESIA:
ANTV on Sundays 6-8pm.

VIETNAM:
Sunday & Mondays 8-9 PM on VTV 6.
Re-runs on VTV 3 every Mondays & Tuesdays from 11am-12noon.

Monday, 6 April 2015

Video- Manny Pacquiao vs Mayweather Sparring match

Preparing for battle for May Weather. Look how big is that guy sparring with Manny Pacquiao.

However according to Wilson Kayden comment on YouTube, "it has to be said that was sparring and things can happen during sparring so its not such a big deal that somebody gets hurt in sparring. What I do find funny is how the extreme Pac fans will react to this video. Many of them consider Guerrero to be some kind of "bum" because Floyd beat him. When they hear that he shut Manny down in 3 rounds of sparring, I wonder if Guerrero will become an "elite" fighter now."

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

P481 is the new Minimum Wage in NCR

The minimum wage in the National Capital Region has been raised to P481 for workers in the non-agriculture sector and to P444 for workers in the agricultural sector—benefiting 587,000 minimum wage earners. This is the fifth minimum wage hike under the administration of President Aquino.

Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz, Chairperson of the National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC) yesterday announced a new pay raise for over half-a-million minimum wage earners—587,000—in NCR, the 19th such increase in minimum wages since R.A. 6727, or The Wage Rationalization Act, and the fifth such minimum wage pay hike under the administration of President Benigno S. Aquino III.
Secretary Baldoz made the announcement after DOLE-NCR Regional Director Alex Avila reported to the labor and employment chief that the Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board-National Capital Region (RTWPB-NCR) has approved a resolution granting a P15 increase in the daily basic minimum wage and continuing a P15 Cost of Living Allowance in effect since January 2014.
“The new minimum wage in the National Capital Region has been raised to P481 for workers in the non-agriculture sector and P444 for workers in the agricultural sector. The minimum wage hike is expected to be affirmed by the NWPC this week, and the RTWPB will publish it, after which it will take effect 15 days after its publication,” Avila said in his report.
Avila is the chairperson of the RTWPB-NCR.
In issuing a new minimum wage in the NCR, Director Avila said the RTWPB—composed of representatives of labor and management, and the government, specifically the Department of Trade and Industry, National Economic Development Authority, and the DOLE—took into thorough consideration several factors, including the erosion in the minimum wage, inflation rate, possible impact of the minimum wage adjustment on prices of goods and services, as well as on employment; movements in the consumer price index, the current economic condition in the region, employers’ ability to pay, and the results of its continuing studies, sectoral consultations, and public hearings.
“The decision of the RTWPB-NCR to adjust the minimum wage was consistent with the government’s policy of granting regular, moderate, and predictable minimum wage adjustments, taking into consideration the needs of workers and their families, as well as the need to maintain stability in the business environment within the framework of the two-tiered wage system reform which Secretary Baldoz has initiated in 2012 and which we accelerate to implement,” said Avila.
He said the P15 increase in the minimum wage will directly benefit 587,000 minimum wage earners who also would continue to be exempted from paying income tax on their wage and on their hazard pay, holiday pay, night shift differential, and overtime pay.
“The take-home pay of our minimum wage earners will increase to P492.57 per day, or by 3.2 percent because of the wage hike, compared to the current P477.03 per day. They will also enjoy a higher 13th month pay and increased social security coverage,” Avila said.
“On the part of the employers, their effective labor cost per employee working six day a week will also increase by 3.2 percent, or P565.54 per day, compared to the current P547.87 per day,” he added.
He expressed confidence that like in the past year, employers will be able to bear the cost of the increase without hampering their viability for growth and expansion and, therefore, their ability to sustain employment creation.
“In January 2014, when the second tranche of the minimum wage increase consisting of the integration into the basic minimum wage of the P15 of a P30 COLA granted by the RTWPB-NCR in October 2013 took effect, employment was at 88 percent, unemployment was at 11.2 percent, and underemployment was at 12.1 percent. Today, employment in the NCR is at 90.7 percent; unemployment is at 9.3 percent; and underemployment is at only 8.3 percent. So, we see that this significant improvements in these economic indicators will not be affected by the new minimum wage order, but instead continue until the end of the year and beyond, barring any glitches in the horizon,” Avila explained.
He further said that with the increase, the RTWPB was able to maintain the near-to-the ideal ratio of the minimum wage to average wage, which is 40 to 70 percent, at 75 percent, down from 80 percent when the current administration came to office in 2010.
“The applicable minimum wage-to-average wage ratio for the country is not too close, to allow for bipartite approaches and flexibility in plant-level negotiations for further benefits,” he said.
In this latest minimum wage pay hike, Avila noted another bright note: the removal from the list of establishments that may apply for exemption from the wage order, in accordance with rules and regulations and following compliance with documentation and other requirements, of establishments whose total assets—including those arising from loans, but exclusive of the land on which the establishments’ offices, plants, and equipment are located—are not more than P3 million.
“They are no longer included in the list of establishments that may apply for one year exemption. Only distressed establishments, retail/service establishments regularly employing not more than 10 workers; and establishments adversely affected by natural calamities may apply for exemption and as determined by the RTWPB-NCR,” Avila said.
Baldoz instructed Avila to mobilize the DOLE-NCR’s corps of labor laws compliance officers and the Labor Communications Office to disseminate information on the new wage order, raise public awareness and understanding, and educate workers and employers to encourage voluntary compliance.
It can be recalled that prior to the new minimum wage order, the RTWPB-NCR had received two petitions for an across-the-board daily wage increases. The first petition was filed by the Association of Minimum Wage Earners & Advocates (PTGWO-AMWEA) TUCP–ITUC last November 28, 2014, seeking for a P146.80 across-the-board daily wage increase, while the second petition was by the TUCP, filed on March 6, 2015, seeking for a P136.00 across- the-board daily wage increase.
Aside from its continuing studies and researches, the RTWPB-NCR conducted three public consultations last January 29 with the labor sector; on February 10 with the management sector; and on February 17 with the government sector. It also conducted a public hearing on March 6 to ensure hearing broad views and perspectives and to elicit participation of the social partners and key stakeholders.
“Unfortunately, the RTWPB is not mandated to set across-the-board wage increases. Our mandate is to set minimum wages,” the Board said when it took note of the petitions and when it suggested that the petitioners conform to the standards/criteria prescribed by law in their subsequent petitions.
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