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Stringent social distancing measures and community quarantine guidelines released by Malacañang for the management of COVID-19 in PH
With the confirmed local transmission of covid 19, code red sublevel 1 was activated. Sans the lock down, social distancing is recommended
From its 11th ranking last 2018, the Philippines climbed to 4th place in the world and 1st in ASEAN with the highest web threat detections on 2019.
DOH is conducting COVID 19 seminar. The ASK Project organized two sessions to emphasize coronavirus prevention in workplaces in the Philippines
inter-company transfer is when employees from one member company is transferred to another member company of a conglomerate, or when a business operations will be taken over by new management or company and employees will be retained
Department of Health (DOH) issued memorandum 56 to help companies mitigate the threat of COVID-19 or the 2019 Coronavirus
Kaspersky’s reported that the Philippines have received the most phishing attacks compare with the other ASEAN countries.
DOLE’s Advisory 6 s. 2020 mandates employers to release final pay in 30 days and COE in 3 days.
DOLE issues Advisory 04 series of 2020 to detail employers responsibility to prevent and control the spread of 2019-nCov ARD in the Philippines
Coronavirus malware! Kaspersky detection technologies have found malicious files disguised as documents related to the newly discovered 2019-nCov ARD.
The worst infection that COVID-19 can give is racism. Let’s not allow this medical crisis take our decency away.
Recently released report tagged PH as #1 in ASEAN at the receiving end of web threats. However, the significant drop in local infections is good news because Pinoys are now taking proactive measures for online safety and data privacy.
Because of the nature of dark social, misinformation and fake news about the coronavirus is spreading faster than 2019nCov itself
Atlanta based Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) wants to scale up the conversation about diversity in the workplace, to include formerly incarcerated individuals.