Showing posts from August, 2013

Pray for Benhur & Metina's Protection

As the pork barrel-Napoles issue continues all over the  media, as ordinary Filipinos, I guess, the best we can contribute is to pray for the protection of the whistle blowers.

(Unless I get invited to a nation-wide or metro-wide revolt against the government...that'd be the best!)
For those new and catching up with the issue, check this out from the one who fanned the flame.
(Taken from
Anonymoussays: AUGUST 1, 2013 AT 6:43 PM Janet Lim Napoles has strong ties before with the late Emilia Boncodin, DBM Secretary. Emilia is the one that keep Janet in the loop whenever a budget or SARO is approved and to which senator or congressman.
Gringo Honasan is a dear friend of Janet’s husband, Jimmy Napoles. I was surprised when I read somewhere online when Honasan was interviewed and he said that he doesnt know the Napoles family.

During the coup in Cory’s time, Jimmy napoles was driving a tank on the…

Revise Labor Code for Job Applicants Protection

Every working day, hundreds of Filipinos look for jobs locally.  Most of them, with calculated budget and time for each prospective employer .
Unfortunately, some companies are so mindless about the very people who could be working for them.  Maybe they are wonderful in taking care of their people once officially employed with them but what about those who are still in the application process?  This aspect is not even included in the Labor Code.  And so, many applicants get taken advantage of, their resources eaten, courtesy of those companies who don't have a system  geared towards taking care of their applicants.
To be specific, take for example some call centers' recruitment practices:  Tony. Nowadays, their ads are not as true as to what they actually mean.  (Some, not all call centers though.  ) One add would say '19k' monthly but once you are face-to-face with the personnel, they'd say 'that's after 6 months'.  And so, Tony, an applicant coming fro…