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JobStreet empowers displaced workers amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

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JobStreet empowers displaced workers amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted businesses in many aspects, including their workforce. Unemployment is expected to increase as local companies lay off their employees, not to mention the repatriated Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and job-hunting fresh graduates.

To provide valuable support and opportunities among jobseekers and hirers amid the challenging situation, online job portal leader launched its #TogetherAhead initiative with its commitment to be at the forefront in rebuilding businesses and careers.

Through the #TogetherAhead initiative, JobStreet’s COVID-19 Jobs and Resources Hub provides job opportunities fit for the condition nowadays such as home-based or freelance. The microsite presents information on financial assistance available from the government to guide employees and companies in their applications. It also publishes critical information resources from JobStreet’s extensive network to motivate jobseekers for their next career path and to guide employers in adapting their business through the challenging times.

#TogetherAhead also houses the current job report, available roles, assistance for candidates to get jobs more conveniently, and special aid for hirers.    
“The pandemic has greatly impacted businesses and the workforce on a global scale. More than ever, JobStreet strengthens its commitment to rebuild businesses, careers, and people’s lives,” shared Ramesh Rajandran, Chief Marketing Officer of SEEK Asia, JobStreet's parent company.

 Livelihood for Filipino displaced workers 
Over two million Filipino workers were reportedly displaced by the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ), according to the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), with Metro Manila as the region with the highest displacement figure. The quarantine measures also caused companies to halt their recruitment processes. 
“Some companies have paused accepting applications, but many of them remain actively recruiting, so we’d like to encourage jobseekers that there’s a way for them to signal hirers that they are up for urgent hiring,” shared JobStreet Philippines Country Head Philip Gioca.    
Candidates can explore other opportunities by industries that are still hiring during this time such as Call Center / IT-Enabled Services / BPO (41%), Government Jobs (15%), Education (9%), Banking / Financial Services (4%), Computer / IT (Software) (4%) among others based on JobStreet Internal Data.

Meanwhile, the following job roles remain widely available on JobStreet: Call Center Agent (10%), Teacher (7%), Nurse (5%), Engineer (4%) and many more.  
Fresh graduates who would like to work and earn this time can grab opportunities as Call Center Agent (Php 22,000), Teacher (Php 22,316), Customer Representative (Php 20,500), Admin Assistant (Php 13,319), Nurse (Php 20,745), among others.

Work from home opportunities that are fit for today’s condition are also available via #SanaOL jobs by JobStreet, listing 15,000+ online teaching jobs, 14,000+ job vacancies that require no experience from job seekers, 1,600+ opportunities with work from home setup, and 180+ job opportunities for undergraduates. Under #TogetherAhead initiative, #SanaOL is Jobstreet Philippines’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, supported by YesPinoy Foundation led by actor and youth empowerment advocate Dingdong Dantes.

The partnership was able to roll out #SanaOL program by facilitating online career coaching to Filipinos in need of livelihood.   
Connecting candidates and hirers 
The current situation has shifted the demands of jobseekers. Candidates are now looking for work from home opportunities, home-based, jobs with no work experience, part-time, or freelance.   
Also under the #TogetherAhead initiative, JobStreet introduced #WorkNow, its latest feature on the platform to support jobseekers further and get them closer with opportunities. #WorkNow allows ready-to-work candidates to stand out and connect them conveniently to potential employers. Likewise, this lets companies identify which candidates are available for urgent employment. To use this function, jobseekers only need to log in their JobStreet profile, edit ‘Additional Info’, go to ‘Other Information’ and type in #WorkNow then click ‘Save’.

Free-of-charge job posting on JobStreet is also offered to small-to-medium enterprises that offer opportunities for college and K-12 graduates, work from home, and no experience jobs, which gives businesses the opportunity to rebuild themselves and reestablish their workforce. 
“The COVID-19 has introduced a new normal to us and it will continue to exist for quite some time, and JobStreet is continuously stimulating the job market as part of our commitment to empower jobseekers and hirers during this trying time,” said Gioca.   
To learn more about #TogetherAhead and other JobStreet initiatives, visit

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( The Zonta Club of Cebu II extended relief to Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDLs) in the BJMP-Mandaue City Female Ward.) 

The Zonta Club of Cebu II expressed community spirit and concern and extend assistance to Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDLs) in the BJMP-Mandaue City Female Ward.

In time of the Mandaue City Fiesta celebration, Zontians responded to the call to donate personal protective equipment including 40 pieces of suits, 600 pieces of washable face masks, 100 pieces of surgical masks, 120 pieces of face shields, 200 sets of female hygiene kits, underwears and 25 gallons of 75% ethyl alcohol, assorted crackers and candies.

(Hygiene kits were distributed to the Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDLs) in the BJMP-Mandaue City Female Ward) 

The Rotary Club of Cebu and the Integrated Bar of the Philippines-Cebu City Chapter are among the partners in this endeavour.

According to Zonta Club of Cebu II President Marilou Cañizares, the Club saw the need to help protect the women PDLs in the Mandaue City Bureau of Management and Penology from acquiring the COVID-19 infection.

(Zonta Club of Cebu II also responded to the call of several hospitals and barangays) 

“As the whole community works to stop the spread of the COVID-19, and as this crisis has become a global pandemic, the health or illness of one inmate would have an impact on the health situation within the place of confinement”, Cañizares said.
Meanwhile, Zonta Club of Cebu II also responded to the request from several hospitals and barangays last April and distributed 2,500 pieces of surgical masks / washable masks, 250 pieces of PPE, 100 pieces of face shiels, 250 pieces of shower caps used as disposable protector for frontliners who take care of infected patients, 50 gallons of alcohol to government hospitals, 500 liters of alcohol distributed to hospitals and barangay centers, 500 packed meals, 150 snacks, and medicines.
(The set of donations prepared by Zonta Club of Cebu in partnership with the Rotary Club of Cebu Integrated Bar of the Philippines-Cebu City Chapter) 

The Club also helped in setting up Large Water Filtration Systems in a barangay that was locked down completely because of thehigh incidence of COVID-19 cases.

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Businesses urged to comply with Project Balik Buhay guidelines

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Businesses urged to comply with Project Balik Buhay guidelines

As companies are continuing to assess the operating status of their businesses as the COVID-19 crisis evolves and changes on a daily basis, the Project Balik Buhay (PBB) strongly pushes for strategic testing of employees and the compliance to the new health protocols before resumption of business operations within the tri-cities (Cebu, Mandaue, Lapu-Lapu).

Recently, Mayor Labella issued EO 075 institutionalizing PBB and orders for a strategic community testing in order to come up with a calibrated, specific, evidence-based, and data driven policies to combat the spread of COVID-19. However, long term success cannot be taken for granted. All sections of the society, including businesses and employers, must also play a role if Cebu were to stop the spread of the virus.

Companies that wishes to continue their businesses during the COVID-19 crisis must be able to take appropriate precautions to protect the health and safety of their workers that requires diligence in adhering to all relevant health and safety policies and procedures underlined in the project, as well as protocols issued by government agencies, in protecting individuals from the COVID-19 virus.

Thus, in order to provide a safe and healthy working environment, it is crucial to have the strategic testing of employees as Cebu prepares to open up its economy once again.

Regional Development Council-7 Chairman Kenneth Cobonpue during the launch of Project Balik Buhay also stated that establishments should be proud if they test all of their employees, as it can conclude that their workplace is COVID-19 free.

Accordingly, in ramping up business operations, the Project Balik Buhay recognizes the guidelines set by IATF.

With this, all identified companies under Phase 1, 2, and 3a will be required to do 100 percent rapid testing on all their employees, as a pre-requisite for the resumption of operations. All tests shall be shouldered by the private companies 100 percent.

For businesses who are interested to join kindly send us the following details: Complete Name, Company, and Mobile Number and send to 09151623422 and we will give you a slot to participate in the next PBB Orientation.

For more information on the Project Balik Buhay, one may call/text or 09655346501 (Jezreel) 09151623422 (Bien) or email at

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Honda and Philippine Red Cross, alleviating the Lives of Filipinos during this pandemic

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  • Honda and Philippine Red Cross, alleviating the Lives of Filipinos during this pandemic
Donation to help mobility during crisis

Mandaluyong City, May 20,2020 - Honda Foundation, Inc. recently donated to the Philippine Red Cross (PRC), a total of 104 motorcycle units (52 red units each of TMX125 alpha and Wave 110 alpha) with insulated top box to be used by all of its 104 Chapters throughout the Philippines. The endowment provides the Philippine Red Cross with a fast and high-quality mode of transportation to allow them to quickly deliver humanitarian and life-saving services to communities in times of calamities, amidst the pandemic.

"We at Honda, are committed to supporting institutions that save Filipino lives like the Philippine Red Cross, in their duties and advocacies. We also see this as a way of giving back to the society where Honda operates" Mr. Susumu Mitsuishi, HFI Member of the Board of Trustees, said.

Honda Foundation, Inc. (HFI) is the arm of the Honda group of companies in the Philippines overseeing and managing its corporate social responsibility programs and activities such as promoting road safety, protecting the environment, supporting the youth, and addressing local community needs. 

"This is also the Honda Group’s  way of taking a pro-active approach in addressing local community needs during calamities and national emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic that we are currently grappling with" Mr. Mitsuishi said.

The donation project is in line with Honda's ONE DREAM campaign, which aims to make Honda motorcycles as the tool in saving the lives, as well as helping institutions like the PRC by enabling the group to respond rapidly during crisis situations. 

For more details about Honda products and promos, visit us at our website and follow our Facebook page, Honda Philippines, Inc. and Instagram, @hondaph_mc

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My husband does my haircut 

This is super nerve wrecking though, but since this pandemic hits globally we can't go to salons and its better to be safe than sorry right? So I asked my husband to cut my hair, and this is what happened. 
Hope you enjoy this video, and will subscribe to my YouTube channel, pls leave a comment and let me know what you're upto this pandemic times. 

Please stay safe and keep the faith, let's continue to hope and pray. 
God bless and thank you for being here. 

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Immunization should continue amid pandemic

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Immunization should continue amid pandemic—DOH, experts

CITING that the country could not afford an outbreak within a pandemic, the Department of Health (DOH) and medical experts reinforced that immunization from vaccine-preventable diseases should continue amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

This position is strongly aligned with the statements released by the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF which also highlighted the importance of continuing vaccination at this challenging time. said that the benefits of immunization clearly outweigh the risks at this time.
“Don’t be afraid because children must get immunized. They are at higher risk of getting measles, polio, pneumonia, and other vaccine-preventable diseases,” Bravo said.
“Let us all be reminded that first if children and other vulnerable sectors are not vaccinated, they can get sick and can die from these vaccine-preventable diseases,” she adds.
Meanwhile, Dr. Wilda Silva, National Immunization Program Director of the DOH said that the government recognizes immunization as a core health service that should be prioritized even at this time of the COVID pandemic.
“But we also accept the fact that we need to protect our healthcare workers and our community as well. We must strike that balance between giving that life-saving vaccine, protecting children against vaccine-preventable diseases, and protecting our health workers against COVID. The position of the DOH when the COVID crisis was at its height, was to offer immunization services when feasible,” Silva said.
One of the vaccine-preventable diseases, pneumonia, remains the number one killer disease among children 5 years old and below.  The tender for the child pneumococcal vaccine—between PCV 10 and PCV 13-- is currently being reviewed by the Health Technology Assessment Council (HTAC) for comparability and cost-effectiveness.
Asked on the new evidence presented by the World Health Organization (WHO) saying that the two PCVs in the market are equally effective in protecting the children from pneumonia, Silva said:  “When we did the cost-effectiveness analysis, they are both cost-effective. The price of PCV10 and PCV13, they fall on that range na cost-effective sila pareho. But, of course, there is another benefit when we chose the PCV13 because it contains the three serotypes that are not found in PCV10 before. But now with the new evidence, this was now presented to National Immunization Committee and then it was brought up to the HTAC for further review and we are waiting for the review.”
The PCV tender is massive, which is even bigger than that of the controversial Dengvaxia procurement.
“Currently, there is only one available pneumococcal conjugate vaccine available in the market (PCV 13).  It is a very expensive vaccine and it's eating up more than 60% of the budget of the national immunization program. Mahal talaga pag isang produkto lang ang nasa merkado, ” Silva said.
The HTAC Review of the PCV vaccines is expected to be completed this June.
For her part, Dr. Mary Ann Bunyi, president of the Pediatric Infectious Disease Society of the Philippines (PIDSP), said that like COVID-19, “each opponent virus has its own effective weapon of infecting vulnerable individuals, especially children which is why, vaccination is critical even during a pandemic.

“Sa ngayon, meron na tayong mabisang bala para sa tigdas, polio, tusperina, flu, pulmonya, pagtatae at iba pang mga sakit. So, labanan natin at sugpuin natin ito upang mapanatili nating malusog ang ating mga bata. Sama-sama, tulong-tulong tayong ihayag sa mga magulang kung gaano kahalaga ang magpabakuna.” (For now, we already have an effective defense weapon against measles, polio, pertussis, flu, pneumonia, diarrhea, and many other illnesses. We need to fight and beat these to ensure the health of our kids. We should all together make parents aware how important it is to get vaccinated.)

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Teleperformance’s COTW volunteers practice Bayanihanin face of COVID-19

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Manila, Philippines -- Employee-volunteers of Teleperformance Philippines from across the company’s 21 business sites were together in their mission to extend bayanihan to communities needing help. Through Citizen of the World (COTW) Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of Teleperformance, volunteers pooled their efforts and were able to distribute over P1 million worth of assistance to various beneficiaries.

TP employees’ bayanihandonations enabled the Foundation to purchase PPEs and other supplies amounting to over P500,000 donated to three major health institutions, namely, Philippine General Hospital (Luzon), Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center (Visayas), and Southern Philippines Medical Center (Mindanao).

Meanwhile, each family residing in the Teleperformance-Gawad Kalinga Village in Tanay, Rizal received one month’s worth of assorted grocery items. The grocery fundraising was supported by the entire Philippines leadership team with both their volunteer time and funds raised by leadership.

All in all, over P500,000 worth of grocery items were given to help alleviate the situation for the one hundred families in the village that was also built by COTW volunteers for the victims of Typhoon Ondoy.

COTW volunteers also responded to the call of its program partner-beneficiary Kythe Foundation, which cares for cancer-stricken kids and their families. Kythe hoped to alleviate some of the anxieties of their beneficiaries during this tough situation and COTW sponsored meals for 100 pediatric patients in different Kythe-affiliated hospitals.

Meanwhile, as a member of the Contact Center Association of the Philippines (CCAP), Teleperformance Philippines supported the association’s industry-wide donation drive to support Caritas Manila’s “Protect the Poor from COVID-19” program, which aims to assist poor families by providing them health and personal hygiene essentials, as well as food packs. TP sponsored 50 families with its donation.

“Nobody has had an easy time during this unprecedented crisis. But as Teleperformance Citizen of the World volunteers, we know that wherever we are, we can still do something to help someone in need,” Jeffrey Johnson, Senior Vice President of Human Capital Resource Management said.

The continuous outpouring of donations from volunteers is expected to reach another P1 million in the following weeks, and these will also be distributed immediately to communities in need.

“I can see that the concept of bayanihan is deeply rooted in the Teleperformance culture, so it is really easy for our volunteers to step up and help others. I am very proud to be part of this caring and generous team,” he said.

To learn more about Teleperformance Philippines and their various programs, you may visit their website at or their Facebook page at /teleperformance.philippines.


Teleperformance (TEP – ISIN: FR0000051807 – Reuters: ROCH.PA – Bloomberg: TEP FP), the global leader in outsourced omnichannel customer experience management, serves as a strategic partner to the world’s largest companies in a wide variety of industries. Its customer care, technical support, customer acquisition, consulting and analytics, digital integrated business service solutions, and other high-value specialized services ensure consistently positive customer interactions that are reliable, flexible and intelligent. The company has established the highest security and quality standards in the industry and uses proprietary deep learning technology to optimize flexibility on a global scale.

The Group’s 300,000 employees, spread across 80 countries, support billions of connections annually in 265 languages and enhance the customer experience with every interaction. In 2019, Teleperformance reported consolidated revenue of €5,355 million (US$6 billion, based on €1 = $1.12).

Teleperformance began operations in the Philippines in 1996 and has grown to become a preferred offshore contact center outsourcing option. The company employs over 47,000 people in the country and operates over 30,000 workstations in 21 business sites located across Metro Manila, Antipolo, Baguio, Bacolod, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro and Davao.

From 2012 to 2018, Teleperformance received the Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Contact Center Outsourcing Service Provider of the Year Award for its significant performance in revenue management, market share, capabilities, and overall contribution to the contact center industry. In addition, Teleperformance Philippines was awarded in 2017 as Outstanding Employer and Outstanding Community Project of the Year by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), the Top Employer of the Year at the Asia CEO Awards, and the Outstanding Volunteer by the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA).

This 2020, Teleperformance Philippines was again certified as a Great Place to Work® and is the only organization in the country to receive this certification from the Great Place to Work® Institute for three years in a row. This year, Teleperformance celebrates its 24th year of continued excellence and leadership in the country. This milestone highlights the company’s commitment to steadily provide the best employment experience for Filipinos, proactively support the nation’s ICT-BPO sector, and uphold its socio-civic engagements to create a difference in the lives of the Philippine community.

For further information, please visit the Teleperformance website at

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Zonta Club of Cebu II Women’s Month Celebration

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Zonta Club of Cebu II, led by President Marilou Cañizares, celebrated Women's Month last March with activities highlighting some of the club’s advocacies.

Salute to Empowered Women. At its March General Membership Meeting,  Zonta Cebu II  honored three Women of Inspiration awardees, Rosie Abenasa, Maria Rosario Canet Chua, and Joy Lam, for their acts of extraordinary courage, innovative work, and commitment to community service.
End Violence Against Women and Children.  At the finale of Vagina Monologues, presented at SEDA Hotel,  Zonta Club of Cebu II joined the cast and crew in performing Break the Chain, choreographed by Debbie Allen, as part of the One Billion Rising movement to end violence against women. The "billion" refers to the UN statistic that one in three women will be raped or beaten in her lifetime or about one billion. Zonta Club of Cebu II is in solidarity with the global community in its campaign to end the abuse of women.
In partnership with Fight Like a Girl PH, Zonta Cebu II launched the Raise The Vibration – Rise for Revolution at the Ayala Malls Central Bloc. This event aimed to raise awareness through action, art, connection, imagination, and love. 180 victims of violence and human trafficking under the protection of the Bidlisiw Foundation were present at the activity, which attracted about 500 mall-goers. Highlights of this event were poetry reading of The Women’s Prayer and I Got Flowers Today by club members, Zn Mary Rose Villacastin dance creative dance interpretation, and culminating the event with One Billion Rising, Break the Chain performance with enthusiastic audience participation. Yellow roses were distributed to the audience, as a sign of Zonta’s commitment to end violence against women and girls.

Gender Equity. At the Mandaue City Hall flag-raising ceremony Zonta Club of Cebu II members also joined the entire workforce of Mandaue city hall and its women’s group in promoting equality among men and women in the community. The activity was attended by 3,000 participants including the Mayor, Vice Mayor, and the councilors of Mandaue City.
Campaign Against Teenage Pregnancy.  In partnership with the University of Southern Philippines Foundation and the Golden Z Club of USPF, the Club invited Dr. Hans Matthew Lua of  Cebu Velez General Hospital, Department of Family and Community Medicine, to talk about adverse effects of teenage pregnancy.

Dr. Lua. presented an actual case of a 15-year old pregnant girl, which jumpstarted the discussion into the medical and psychosocial issues of teenage pregnancy in general. A learning point from the presentation was the intervention module created by the CVGH entitled CRESCENZA, which gave much importance to Values Formation.
The program ended with a powerful explanation by Zontian Petite Garcia about the significance of ONE BILLION RISING movement.  Zontians, again, performed on stage Break the Chain to the rousing applause of the students.

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