Showing posts with label Persons With DIsability. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Persons With DIsability. Show all posts

GCash is top platform for cash assistance distribution in QC

GCash, the leading mobile wallet in the Philippines, is the digital transfer platform of choice for the majority of the beneficiaries of the Kalingang Quezon City Program Online Payout.

As sectors greatly affected by the Luzon-wide community quarantine, more than 6,000 persons with disability (PWDs), senior citizens, and solo parents received P2,000 in financial assistance for the first batch of the program. Of the total, over 5,200 have chosen GCash as their payout option, allowing them to unlock the benefits of finance through their mobile phones.

McDonald’s rolls out SC and PWD hiring in more cities; inks partnership with Pasig City

McDonald’s, City of Pasig inks MOA From L-R (standing):
McDonald’s Philippines HR Consultant Izza Sagmit,
McDonald’s Philippines Senior Manager for Human Capital
Group Tess Jadolco-Domingo, Department Of Labor and
Employment - PAPAMAMARISAN Field Office Director
Atty. Mary Grace L. Riguer, Pasig City District 1 Councilor
Hon. Rhichie Gerard T. Brown, McDonald’s Philippines
Chief Happiness Officer Ronald McDonald, Pasig City
Vice Mayor Hon. Christian Bernardo, Pasig City District 2
Councilor Hon. Orlando Benito, Public Employment
Service Office OIC Manager Jelene Sison, McDonald’s
Philippines HR Manager for HR Consulting – North
Region Gigi Ramos From L-R (sitting): McDonald’s
Philippines President and CEO Kenneth Yang,
Pasig City Mayor Hon. Victor Ma. Regis Sotto
McDonald’s Philippines recently signed a memorandum of agreement with the Pasig City government, headed by Mayor Victor Ma. Regis “Vico” Sotto, to extend employment opportunities to Pasigeño senior citizens (SCs) and persons with disabilities (PWDs).

In its bid to further promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace, McDonald’s Philippines is committed in growing its alternative workforce by hiring at least two SCs and one PWD in 10 participating stores in the city.

The partnership will provide them the opportunity to earn while learning new skills, providing them the same world-class training which the company provides to all its directly hired employees.

Aside from the training program, approved by the Public Employment Service Office (PESO) of Pasig, and the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), qualified applicants will be entitled to a regular employee’s compensation, benefits, and a life insurance policy to be secured by the company.

BPO Paves Employment To All - Even Persons With Disability

It is indeed becoming clear that the BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) Industry has contributed with a lot to the employment and improvement of the Philippine economy as well as the lives of Filipinos and their families. Well I am have been in the industry for more than 3 years, and it has contributed a lot to my studies, our lifestyle and even helped me in buying the tools I need for blogging.

Call Centers is still a growing industry even up to this writing and still expected to boom even further not only in the capital but also to major cities all over the country. They provide employment to fresh graduates, working students, single parents, and even to PWD (Persons With Disability).