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25 December 2018

πŸŽ™ EP1- Open Relationship in Gay Society. 🏳️‍🌈 | Podcast by Jonathan & Allan.

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On their first airing – podcaster Jonathan and Allen talk about “Open Relationship”.


An open relationship is an interpersonal relationship in which the parties want to be together but agree to a form of a non-monogamous relationship. This means that they agree that a romantic or intimate relationship with another person is accepted, accepted, permitted, or tolerated.

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Generally, an open relationship is when the parties involved have two or more romantic or s3xual relationships occurring at the same time either as a short-term relationship, such as dating, or a long-term relationship, such as marriage. The concept of an open relationship has been recognized since the 1970s.

The duo- opted to tackle this topic since it is very controversial among gays. Join and listen on their unstoppable discussion – Pilot Episode. Airing on December 29, 2018 , Saturday at 11:00 PM Philippine Time; so make sure to set your reminder by click the "Remind" button below.

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17 December 2018

πŸ‘‘ Dear Miss Universe 2018 Philippines , Catriona Gray!

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Hi Cat,

Oh diba? Pag address palang – akala mo close na.

Wag kang mag alala , sumusulat ako sa iyo hindi humingi ng donation, hindi rin ako maglalahad ng story ng buhay ko (kasi kay Charo lang yun!).

Gusto ko lang malaman kung ano ang ibig sabihin ng silver lining na iyan?

Sabi kasi ni Ethel Gabison, foil bay an?

Sabi naman ng iba, yung mga runner ups mo ba yan?


Pero napapa google talalaga ako dahil sa SILVER LINING NA YAN.



Anyway, pinanuod ko ng LIVE ang laban mo, medyo badtrip na badtrip ako talaga kasi inaantay ko ang SLOW MO turn mo, kaso pambihira, gumising pa ako ng maaga pero hindi man lang nila na –close up na shot. Nag –aantay ang buong mundo sa slow mo na’yun.

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Yan ata ang sinasabi nila na bumagal ang mundo ko nung Makita ka! Ganurn! Pinauso mo naman kasi ang slow mo na ‘iyan. Ayan tuloy pati traffic sa EDSA nag slow mo din.


Speaking of EDSA, san po ba inspired ang RED GOWN niyo, sa Traffic sa EDSA or sa LAVA sa bulkan. Pero ifairness, laking pasalamat ko talaga nung rumampa ka si the red gown, hindi natapat sayo ang baklang “CARSON”, or else ma ookray ka! Parang lahat ng gown ata, inokray niya – kesyo hindi siya fan sa ganyan design keme keme!  Crossfinger talaga ako na wag ka matapat sa kanya or else baka mabato ko ang TV ko, shit kakabili ko pa naman at nag huhulog pa ako sa Home Credit nito.




Idagdag mo pa yang dalawang co-host na never ka nabanggit. Well, you don't need any validation to win.




Anyway, diko alam na ang lakas mo pala. Nakaya mo buhatin ang parol ng Pampanga! I Love it.
Pero ang higit sa lahat, matutuwa sayo ang mga addict  sa pinas dahil sa sagot mo. About weeds legalization. Nakakaloka,  pag nagkaroon ng commercial “ hit hit moderately”  ang tagline.

Bongga ang earings mo sa final nights, it signifies the PH which is fortunately, bukas na bukas may ganyan na sa devisoria at magiging mabenta pa. May income na naman ang kababayan natin!


Overall, sobrang saya ko talaga at naiiuwi mo ang CORONA ng Miss World, este Miss Universe pala.

Well , sorry nalang sila, hindi ka pang miss world, pang universe ka talaga dai!




Nagkazero Crime ang PH dahil sa live broadcast ng laban mo! Dahil laban din naming to.

Aasahan mo pag –uwi mo, ikaw na ang kukunin ng BPI..



Why we should hire you?

Me:

“I work a lot in the slums of Tondo, Manila and the life there is very... it's poor and it's very sad. I've always taught myself to look for the beauty in it, to look in the beauty of the faces of the children and to be grateful. And I would bring this aspect as a Miss Universe to see situations with a silver lining, and to assess where I could give something, where I could provide something as a spokesperson. And this, I think, if I could teach also people to be grateful, we could have an amazing world where negativity could not grow and foster, and children will have a smile on their faces. Thank you.”

I’m so loving you… PROUD kami sayo! Iba ang PINAY. Kahit saan lupalop lumalaban!
Congats!

🏠 A 14-Year Working as OFW Shares Tips on Designing Small Condo

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Paulo Olivarez, 40 years old who worked as an Overseas Filipino Worker for almost 14 years now shares his experience as he conquered UAE.

“I started as a data encoder yet I made sure that I’ll grow as an employee which made me this far” he said. Olivarez is now a part of human resource in one of huge companies in Saudi Arabia.
One of his investments from working abroad - his 30 square meter studio type condo-unit in Hacienda Balai.  It is located at 1124 Zabarte Rd, Novaliches, Quezon City, 1124 Metro Manila, or “FAIRVIEW”.  He got the said unit on 2016 and just moved -in last 2017.  The said unit is amounting Php 1Million as he got it on a pre-selling offer which currently It’s more than 1.5M.  Hacienda Balai is developed by Phinma.

PHINMA Properties commits itself to making lives better for its customers and employees. They provide quality homes within the means of their customers and build communities that cultivate the bayanihan sprit thereby, promoting the well-being of their residents.








Join me in this #Vlog as I am going to visit his unit.

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04 December 2018

πŸ€‘ Let Us Talk About The Much Awaited - 13th Month Pay!

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 RULES AND REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING
PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 851
 
By virtue of the powers vested in me by law, the following rules and regulations implementing Presidential Decree No. 851 are hereby issued for the guidance of all concerned.

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Section 1. Payment of 13th-month Pay. - All employers covered by Presidential Decree No. 851, hereinafter referred to as the "Decree" , shall pay to all their employees receiving a basic salary of not more than P1,000 a month a thirteenth-month pay not later than December 24 of every year.


Sec. 2. Definition of certain terms. - As used in this issuance:chanroblesvirtuallawlibrary
(a) "Thirteenth-month pay" shall mean one twelfth (1/12) of the basic salary of an employee within a calendar year;

(b) "Basic salary" shall include all remunerations or earnings paid by an employer to an employee for services rendered but may not include cost-of-living allowances granted pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 525 or Letter of Instructions No. 174, profit-sharing payments, and all allowances and monetary benefits which are not considered or integrated as part of the regular or basic salary of the employee at the time of the promulgation of the Decree on December 16, 1975.

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Sec. 3. Employers covered. - The Decree shall apply to all employers except to:chanroblesvirtuallawlibrary
(a) Distressed employers, such as (1) those which are currently incurring substantial losses or (2) in the case of non-profit institutions and organizations, where their income, whether from donations, contributions, grants and other earnings from any source, has consistently declined by more than forty (40%) percent of their normal income for the last two (2) years, subject to the provision of Section 7 of this issuance;

(b) The Government and any of its political subdivisions, including government-owned and controlled corporations, except those corporations operating essentially as private subsidiaries of the Government;

(c) Employers already paying their employees 13-month pay or more in a calendar year or its equivalent at the time of this issuance;

(d) Employers of household helpers and persons in the personal service of another in relation to such workers; and

(e) Employers of those who are paid on purely commission, boundary, or task basis, and those who are paid a fixed amount for performing a specific work, irrespective of the time consumed in the performance thereof, except where the workers are paid on piece-rate basis in which case the employer shall be covered by this issuance insofar as such workers are concerned.

As used herein, workers paid on piece-rate basis shall refer to those who are paid a standard amount for every piece or unit of work produced that is more or less regularly replicated, without regard to the time spent in producing the same.

The term "its equivalent" as used in paragraph c) hereof shall include Christmas bonus, mid-year bonus, profit-sharing payments and other cash bonuses amounting to not less than 1/12th of the basic salary but shall not include cash and stock dividends, cost of living allowances and all other allowances regularly enjoyed by the employee, as well as non-monetary benefits. Where an employer pays less than 1/12th of the employees basic salary, the employer shall pay the difference.

Sec. 4. Employees covered. - Except as provided in Section 3 of this issuance, all employees of covered employers shall be entitled to benefit provided under the Decree who are receiving not more than P1,000 a month, regardless of their position, designation or employment status, and irrespective of the method by which their wages are paid, provided that they have worked for at least one month during the calendar year.

Sec. 5. Option of covered employers. - A covered employer may pay one-half of the 13th-month pay required by the Decree before the opening of the regular school year and the other half on or before the 24th day of December of every year.

In any establishment where a union has been recognized or certified as the collective bargaining agent of the employees therein, the periodicity or frequency of payment of the 13th-month pay may be the subject of agreement.

Nothing herein shall prevent employers from giving the benefits provided in the Decree to their employees who are receiving more than One Thousand (P1,000) Pesos a month or benefits higher than those provided by the Decree.

Sec. 6. Special feature of benefit. - The benefits granted under this issuance shall not be credited as part of the regular wage of the employees for purposes of determining overtime and premium pay, fringe benefits, as well as premium contributions to the State Insurance Fund, social security, medicare and private welfare and retirement plans.

Sec. 7. Exemption of Distressed employers. - Distressed employers shall qualify for exemption from the requirement of the Decree upon prior authorization by the Secretary of Labor. Petitions for exemptions may be filed within the nearest regional office having jurisdiction over the employer not later than January 15, 1976. The regional offices shall transmit the petitions to the Secretary of Labor within 24 hours from receipt thereof.

Sec. 8. Report of compliance. - Every covered employer shall make a report of his compliance with the Decree to the nearest regional labor office not later than January 15 of each year.

The report shall conform substantially with the following form:chanroblesvirtuallawlibrary
REPORT ON COMPLIANCE WITH P.D. NO. 851

1. Name of establishment
2. Address
3. Principal product or business
4. Total employment
5. Total number of workers benefited
6. Amount granted per employee
7. Total amount of benefits granted
8. Name, position and tel. no. of person giving information

Sec. 9. Adjudication of claims. - Non-payment of the thirteenth-month pay provided by the Decree and these rules shall be treated as money claims cases and shall be processed in accordance with the Rules Implementing the Labor Code of the Philippines and the Rules of the National Labor Relations Commission.

Sec. 10. Prohibition against reduction or elimination of 
benefits. - Nothing herein shall be construed to authorize any employer to eliminate, or diminish in any way, supplements, or other employee benefits or favorable practice being enjoyed by the employee at the time of promulgation of this issuance.

Sec. 11. Transitory Provision. - These rules and regulations shall take effect immediately and for purposes of the 13th-month pay for 1975, the same shall apply only to those who are employees as of December 16, 1975.

Manila, Philippines, 22 December 1975.

03 December 2018

πŸ’‰ HIV and AIDS – Avoidable, Preventable and Manageable.

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To commemorate the WORLD AIDS DAY on December 1, 2018 – one way for me to do that is to share basic information about HIV and AIDS in my blog. This is also a way for me to educate the people of the Philippines to avoid stigma and to inform that as of this writing – according to Department of Health, 32 test positive to HIV daily.
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From the time that I created a vlog on my experience in taking the HIV test and Published on Feb 5, 2017 in my Youtube, it was a tremendous increase of number from 26 everyday tested as HIV reactive into 32 as of December 2018.  I must say, there is still a big work that needs to be done – not just the DOH but to each one of us.

As simple way for me to help creating impact to this country’s predicament, let me share you this video about HIV and AIDS.

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