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DOLE 10 hosts labor education strengthening in Camiguin

CAMIGUIN, September 20 — The Department of Labor and Employment-Region 10 (DOLE-10) together with its Camiguin Provincial Field Office, hosted the Labor Education and Employment Services (LEES) Strengthening and Workers Association Forum in Camiguin province on 24 August 2016. 441 more words

Human Development

"Nyet" To NEETs: A New Approach To Welfare-Bludging Scum

THE LEFT’S insistence — with its vested political interest in addicting lazy people to welfare — that all claimants of unemployment benefits are legitimate, or that it’s “disrespectful” to question them, has been torpedoed by an explosive feature in Murdoch titles; they insist it’s too expensive to prosecute rorts, or that enforcement costs would outweigh monies paid. 1,672 more words

DOLE’s 1349 Labor Hotline

Now, there are only four numbers you need to remember as a Pinoy employee: 1349.  That number connects you to the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), anytime of the day or night, for any concerns you may have regarding your employment.  257 more words

General Topics

The trail of the perched cat in Dole, France

If you want to discover the hidden France, the one that only the French know, why not head east to Dole, in the Jura.  Located in Franche-Comte, the region that borders Switzerland, Dole is refreshingly authentic, and unspoiled by tourist crowds.   236 more words

Eating & Drinking

"Work Makes the Difference": A Church Welfare Proposal

I have a sure-fire proposal to improve church welfare.

Church welfare admittedly has a long and storied history. In 1936, the Church officially inaugurated the Church Security Plan. 643 more words

Society & Culture

The Taxed Nots. Who are they and what should we do with them?

When the Government chooses not to participate in active job creation, the expectation on people seeking employment to engage in active participation welfare programs, is unfair, burdensome, stigmatising, demoralising and counterproductive.   2,261 more words

Australian Politics