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80 hired on the spot in La Union Kalayaan job fair

Fresh graduates, unemployed, and those seeking for a much better employment visit the local and overseas job posting displayed inside the Pacoy OrtegaGymnasium asthe venue for the 2018 Kalayaan Jobs a.....»»

Category: newsSource: manilanews manilanewsJun 14th, 2018

8T Jobs Made Available at Capitol Overseas Job Fair

Over 8,000 job vacancies were opened during the overseas job fair organized by the Cebu Provincial Government held at the Capitol Social Hall last July 8. Nine applicants were hired on the spot, with some of them coming from the neighboring Provinces of Bohol and Negros Occidental. The vacancies came from 31 job agencies verified […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsJul 10th, 2018

Tech-voc grad hired on-the-spot in MisOcc job fair

JIMENEZ, Misamis Occidental, June 14 (PIA)--A technical-vocational (tech-voc) graduate who said her lack of educational degree always landed her resume at the bottom of every application list, was hir.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJun 20th, 2018

2,300 jobs available in Kalayaan job fair in La Union

SAN FERNANDO CITY, June 12 (PIA) - To mark the 120th Philippine Independence Day, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) - La Union offers a total of 2,321 jobs in today's "Kalayaan Job and Bus.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

2,300 jobs available in Kalayaan job fair in La Union

SAN FERNANDO CITY, June 12 (PIA) - To mark the 120th Philippine Independence Day, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) - La Union offers a total of 2,321 jobs in today's "Kalayaan Job and Bus.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

70 Ilonggos land jobs

A TOTAL of 70 jobseekers scored jobs during the Labor Day job fair of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE-6) on May 1, 2018 at the Marymart Mall in Iloilo City. The 70 were hired on the spot (HOTS) out of the 1,304 registered job hunters. “We are glad that they were immediately hired,” […] The post 70 Ilonggos land jobs appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsMay 4th, 2018

Region 12 job fair: less than 100 applicants hired on the spot

GENERAL SANTOS CITY (MindaNews / 03 May) — Only 72 job seekers were hired on the spot by local employers during the regional Labor Day jobs fair here facilitated by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). Sisinio Cano, DOLE Region 12 director, said Thursday the newly-hired workers were among the 1,425 job applicants who […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsMay 3rd, 2018

Manila Bulletin, DZMM Teleradyo job fair opens door of opportunities

Seven lucky applicants were hired on the spot during the 2nd leg of Manila Bulletin Classifieds Job Fair 2018! Manila Bulletin, DZMM Teleradyo job fair opens door of opportunities Seven lucky applicants were hired on the spot during the 2nd leg of Manila Bulletin Classifieds Job Fair 2018 yesterday at the second level of Starmall… link: Manila Bulletin, DZMM Teleradyo job fair opens door of opportunities.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsApr 18th, 2018

20 hired on the spot in Kalinga s jobs fair

CITY OF TABUK, Kalinga, March 12 (PIA) -- Twenty applicants were hired on the spot during the jobs fair conducted by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Philippine Overseas Employment Admin.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 13th, 2018

20 hired on the spot in Kalinga s jobs fair

CITY OF TABUK, Kalinga, March 12 (PIA) -- Twenty applicants were hired on the spot during the jobs fair conducted by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Philippine Overseas Employment Admin.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsMar 12th, 2018

AC Milan replaces Vincenzo Montella with Gennaro Gattuso

By Andrew Dampf, Associated Press In the end, Vincenzo Montella became a victim of the heightened expectations at AC Milan. When a club spends more than 200 million euros (nearly $250 million) on new players in the offseason, six wins in 14 matches and seventh place in the standings are simply not enough. Unable to produce inspiring results with a completely revamped squad, Montella was fired as coach of AC Milan on Monday and replaced by Gennaro Gattuso. "We all raised expectations a little too much in the summer but the fault lies only with the coach," Montella said. "These players deserve much more and I'm sure that they'll be able to emerge from this difficult period." Milan has won only two of its past nine matches and has as many losses — six — as wins. The Rossoneri have been beaten by Lazio, Roma, Inter, Juventus and Napoli — the top five teams in the standings. "Coaching Milan was an honor, and working with this team was even better," Montella wrote on Twitter. "I hope Rino can restore Milan to where it belongs." The move came a day after a dispiriting 0-0 draw at home with Torino. Milan announced in a statement that it had "parted ways" with Montella. "We are very grateful to Mr. Montella and his staff for all the work done up to today, their commitment and professionalism," the club said. "Management of the first team is entrusted to Gennaro Gattuso." A seven-time European champion, Milan is also facing financial fair play inquiries from UEFA after an offseason spending spree brought in an entire squad's worth of new players. There have been questions over the financial stability of the Chinese-led consortium that purchased Milan from Silvio Berlusconi for $800 million in April. The club needs a top-four finish and a place in the Champions League to acquire more cash flow. Gattuso, a gritty midfielder who had been in charge of the club's youth squad, won the 2003 and 2007 Champions League titles with Milan as a player. The 39-year-old Gattuso also previously coached Sion, Palermo, OFI Crete and Pisa. Gattuso, who also helped Italy win the 2006 World Cup title, was known for his intensity and relentlessness on the field — qualities the current Milan squad has lacked. After the appointment, Berlusconi tweeted that he had a "long and affectionate and cordial phone call with my old warrior Rino Gattuso." Gattuso becomes Milan's seventh coach (including caretakers) since now-Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri was fired in January 2014. Montella was hired in June 2016 and led Milan to a sixth-place finish and a Europa League spot last season — ending a drought of three years without playing in continental competition. Milan opened the season by winning all four of its Europa League qualifying matches and its first two Serie A games. Then a 4-1 loss at Lazio showed how vulnerable the squad was. Leonardo Bonucci, Italy's top defender who was brought in from Juventus during the offseason, has had a difficult start with his new club and the big group of new players has failed to gel. The other new players brought in were forwards Andre Silva (FC Porto) and Nikola Kalinic (Fiorentina); midfielders Franck Kessie, Andrea Conti (Atalanta), Hakan Calhanoglu (Bayer Leverkusen) and Lucas Biglia (Lazio); and defenders Ricardo Rodriguez (Wolfsburg) and Mateo Musacchio (Villarreal). Milan's few highlights this season have come in the Europa League, including a 5-1 rout of Austria Vienna last week that ensured a spot in the knockout stage. Montella's biggest achievement with Milan was winning the Italian Super Cup over Juventus in a penalty shootout in December 2016. Gattuso's debut will come at last-place Benevento on Sunday. He will be presented on Tuesday. Also, Cristian Bucchi was fired by Sassuolo on Monday, making it six firings in Serie A this season after changes by Cagliari, Benevento, Genoa and Udinese......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 28th, 2017

90 hired on the spot in Dole-Davao job fair - Sun.Star

90 hired on the spot in Dole-Davao job fair - Sun.Star.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsMay 2nd, 2017

Over 30k job seekers join Labor Day fair; 1658 hired on spot - Inquirer.net

Over 30k job seekers join Labor Day fair; 1658 hired on spot - Inquirer.net.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsMay 1st, 2017

Over 30k job seekers join Labor Day fair; 1658 hired on spot - Inquirer.net

Over 30k job seekers join Labor Day fair; 1658 hired on spot - Inquirer.net.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsMay 1st, 2017

172 Hired on the Spot in SLP Job Fair

172 Hired on the Spot in SLP Job Fair.....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsOct 16th, 2016

McDermott unhappy with Benjamin criticizing Panthers, Newton

By John Wawrow, Associated Press PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott is not pleased with receiver Kelvin Benjamin questioning why the Carolina Panthers drafted him, and criticizing former teammate Cam Newton's accuracy. McDermott says "there's a time and a place" to discuss those things, adding "this was not one of them." McDermott says he's informed Benjamin this is not how he wants his players to air their grievances. McDermott spoke Sunday before the Bills returned to practice following a day off, and two days after Benjamin voiced his criticisms in an interview with The Athletic. Benjamin was quoted as saying getting drafted by the Panthers was "a bad fit from the get-go," when asked to assess his final 2½ seasons in Carolina. Without mentioning Newton specifically, Benjamin said he could have been more productive with "any other quarterback." He then pinpointed several star quarterbacks, including Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers, in saying they had the knowledge and accuracy of placing a pass to a spot that makes it easier for a receiver to catch the ball. The Panthers' first-round pick in 2014, Benjamin set team records for rookies with 73 catches, 1,008 yards receiving and nine touchdowns. He missed the entire 2015 season with a left knee injury, and totaled 95 catches for 1,416 yards and nine touchdowns in his next 24 games before being traded to Buffalo in October. Benjamin previously told The Associated Press he asked to be traded. McDermott said one issue he had with Benjamin's comments is that the Bills open their preseason Thursday hosting Carolina. What makes Benjamin's comments more awkward is McDermott and Bills general manager Brandon Beane previously worked together for the Panthers. McDermott spent six seasons as Carolina's defensive coordinator before being hired by Buffalo in 2017. Beane was the Panthers' assistant general manager, and had a hand in drafting Benjamin......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 6th, 2018

OFWs can now rate recruiters online

MANILA, Philippines – Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) can now rate their recruitment agencies through an online platform. The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), in partnership with the International Labor Organization (ILO) Fair Recruitment, developed the Migrant Recruitment Advisor  where OFWs can write a review and share their experiences under a certain recruitment ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 26th, 2018

Comm. Silver, NBPA say competitive imbalance not a problem

By Steve Aschburner, NBA.com LAS VEGAS -- First came the backlash. Next, backlash to the backlash. By Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time), much of the whipsawing over competitive balance -- or more accurately, imbalance -- as an NBA problem rising to the level of crisis had calmed down. Yet powerful voices from the league’s summer nerve center could not dismiss it entirely as an issue meriting closer inspection. “I'm not here to say we have a problem,” NBA commissioner Adam Silver said Tuesday after the Board of Governors meeting. “And I love where the league is right now. [But] I think we can create a better system.” Neither Silver nor Michele Roberts, the executive director of the National Basketball Players Association, sounded an alarm in their separate news conferences about what many see as a widening gap between the league’s haves and have-nots. Roberts, in fact, seemed to feel that all is well and that talent inequality is in the eye of the beholder. “Competitive balance, it almost depends on what your favorite team is,” said Roberts, who was rehired as head of the players union in another four-year contract announced Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time). “I don’t hear anybody in the Bay Area worrying about competitive balance. I also don’t hear the people in Philadelphia worrying about competitive balance, or Houston. “We’ve got great teams. And it’s never been the case, as far as I’m concerned, where I was not able most of the time to predict what teams were going to be in the Finals.” The topic came up in precisely that context before the Finals last month when Silver was asked about Golden State and Cleveland meeting in the championship series for the fourth consecutive year, a first in any of the major professional sports leagues. It reared its head again this month soon after free agency opened on July 1, with events conspiring to make insiders wonder about a growing disparity among teams. LeBron James’ signing with the Los Angeles Lakers was the biggest move in what appeared to be a continuing shift of strength into the league’s Western Conference. That was followed by the news that DeMarcus Cousins, New Orleans’ All-Star center, had joined the champion Warriors. That signing sparked the initial backlash, a rich-getting-richer cry that pointed not to Cousins’ one-year deal for $5.3 million in 2018-19 salary but the fact that the Warriors will spend in excess of $20 million for it when luxury taxes are counted. Golden State had the NBA’s fattest payroll in 2017-18 of $137.5 million, despite a $99 million salary cap, thanks to various exceptions in the prevailing “soft cap” system. “I don't necessarily think it's per se bad that the Warriors are so dominant,” Silver told reporters, not long after discussing the “competitive landscape” with the owners. “As I've said before, we're not trying to create some sort of forced parity. What we really focus on is parity of opportunity. And a fair point could be made in the tax system, when certain teams are spending significantly more than others, that that's not parity of opportunity.” The counter-backlash came from folks who rushed to the Warriors’ and Cousins’ defense, correctly noting that neither did anything wrong, conducting their business within the rules as specified by the collective bargaining agreement between the owners and the players. That CBA is the object of endless study and imagined revision, with amendments possible if negotiated prior to the end of the current deal after the 2023-24 season. Shooting for a “hard cap” likely would be a tough sell to players accustomed to the freedom of movement they currently enjoy. “It's not necessarily [Roberts’] issue,” Silver said in response to the union director’s characterization. “I think it's on me and our Labor Relations Committee, ultimately, to sit with the players and their committee and convince them that there may be a better way of doing things.” Silver mentioned Charlotte owner and legendary NBA superstar Michael Jordan, chairman of that Labor Relations Committee, as a valuable resource in addressing owners’ and players’ competition concerns. Both sides have valid arguments. Interest in the NBA never has been higher by almost any metric chosen, from selected TV ratings and licensing revenues to the game’s growth globally. Attendance at the MGM Resorts Las Vegas Summer League keeps pushing higher, with fans eager to see top rookies, second-year players and relative free-agent unknowns chasing their pro hoops’ dreams. The valuations of the 30 NBA franchises, of course, all have soared beyond $1 billion, according to Forbes.com, with the Knicks, the Lakers and the Warriors all estimated to be worth more than $3 billion. Longtime NBA observers such as TNT’s David Aldridge wrote a column this week that argued on behalf of dominant teams, anyway, saying that they actually drive rather than depress fan interest. As for any inability to win games or titles, he laid the blame for that on poor franchise management. The Knicks and the Clippers have all sorts of big-market advantages but haven’t won any championships lately (or at all in the Clippers' case). For Roberts, whose players reap 51 percent of NBA basketball-related income that tops $7 billion annually, business is good, period. “I’m excited about this new season,” she said Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time). “This free agency, there’s been a lot to write about so we’re all, I think, looking forward to what’s going to happen come October. “To the extent that people are predicting the end of the game, I just don’t think so. I would be surprised if Adam called me to say, ‘What the hell are we going to do?’ I think he’s as happy as I am. ... I think we’re in good shape.” Critics note Golden State’s on-court dominance in winning the last two championships. It only took nine NBA Finals games --one over the minimum -- while facing arguably the league’s best player in LeBron James. But those same critics seem to foget that the Warriors were pushed to the full seven games in the conference finals, and actually faced elimination twice before beating the Rockets. “I recognize what Michele's saying,” Silver said. “But at the same time, if you talk to players in the league, and I've talked to plenty of individual players as well, they want to be in the most competitive league possible too.” For every player on the Warriors' roster -- or the Rockets, the Thunder, the Celtics or the Sixers -- there are five or six on teams that realistically have no chance of chasing a ring or the Larry O’Brien Trophy. Cleveland went to four straight Finals thanks to James; no one envisions the Cavaliers getting back any time soon. “Maybe there are some players who think they’re on a second-class team,” said Sacramento wing Garrett Temple, one of the NBPA vice presidents. “But most players I’ve played with or been around, their thought process is, ‘We’re gonna get our team to become one of those first-class teams.’ It’s more of a challenge. More so than, ‘We need them to disband so we can make everybody equal.’ Because we’re competitors.” That really is the crux of the issue. Silver and some franchises want most of the competition to come on the floor, in games, in full view of fans who believe their teams can sufficiently compete. The league’s current title contenders are fine with a system that allows them to compete all the way to the top, with an owner stroking gargantuan checks to crowd out rivals. “Let me make clear that under the current system we want teams to compete like crazy,” Silver said. “So I think the Warriors within the framework of this deal should be doing everything they can to increase their dominance. That's what you want to see in a league. “You want teams to compete in every way they can within the rules.” Silver addressed a variety of topics that were came from the BOG agenda, including: -- Change is coming on multiple fronts, most notably in the league’s age limit. That seems likely to be re-set back to 18 years old from 19, permitting players to enter the league from high school. It’s a move that the NBA should be better equipped to handle with a near 30-for-30 farm-system affiliation with its G League. It also fits with the findings of an NCAA task force that cites dissatisfaction with “one-and-done” college players. Said Silver: “My personal view is that we’re ready to make that change.” -- The start of free agency, annually triggered at midnight ET on July 1 (12:00pm, July 1, PHL time), will be moved to a daytime or prime time opening bell. It’s one of those traditions that no one thought to change, Silver said. -- The league’s investigation into the Dallas Mavericks’ sexual harassment issues should be completed by the end of the month. Steve Aschburner has written about the NBA since 1980. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here and follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

Michele Roberts re-elected executive director of NBPA

NBPA press release NEW YORK -- Michele Roberts was re-elected as Executive Director of the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) at Tuesday's (Wednesday, PHL time) annual summer meeting of the Board of NBA Player Representatives. The Board of Player Representatives and the Executive Committee voted unanimously to approve another four-year term for Ms. Roberts, who has served as Executive Director since September 2014. “I am honored that the players have put their trust in me for another four years,” said NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts. “It has been a pleasure to work on their behalf and I believe we as a union have accomplished a lot in addition to negotiating the latest collective bargaining agreement. I look forward to continuing to serve the best interests of the players by using my voice and my position to advocate on their behalf.” Ms. Roberts will continue to work alongside NBPA President Chris Paul, who himself was recently re-elected to a second four-year term in 2017. “Our goal when we hired Michele was to take back our union,” said NBPA President Chris Paul. “With her leadership and guidance, we have not only accomplished that but we have also established the NBPA as one of the strongest and most active unions in all of professional sports. She is truly an invaluable asset and I am thrilled that we will get to continue our work together.” Paul leads the NBPA’s Executive Committee whose other members include First Vice President LeBron James, Secretary-Treasurer Anthony Tolliver and Vice Presidents Carmelo Anthony, Stephen Curry, Pau Gasol, Andre Iguodala, CJ McCollum and Garrett Temple......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 11th, 2018

Belgium tops England, and Group G at World Cup

  MOSCOW --- Adnan Januzaj's curling strike sent Belgium into the last 16 as group winners by sealing a 1-0 victory over England and putting his team on a potentially tougher path to the final.   A night of little tension or attacking intent seemed just what the England and Belgium coaches desired after making a combined 17 changes to their starting lineups to rest players for the knockout phase.   Entering the game on identical points and goals records --- after each opening with two successive wins --- England had the edge on its fair play record at the top of Group G.   Losing top spot, with World Cup top-scorer Harry Kane rested, gives Eng...Keep on reading: Belgium tops England, and Group G at World Cup.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 28th, 2018

EU imposes sanctions on more top Venezuelan officials

The European Union imposed economic sanctions on 11 senior Venezuelan officials on Monday in protest at President Nicolas Maduro’s re-election, which the bloc says was not free or fair, and over his government’s alleged rights abuses. EU imposes sanctions on more top Venezuelan officials LUXEMBOURG – The European Union imposed economic sanctions on 11 senior… link: EU imposes sanctions on more top Venezuelan officials.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 26th, 2018