The Omicron variant of the SARS-COV-2 virus is a wildfire, but God remains good and faithful in our battle with COVID-19
Preventing the surge of Omicron is both practical and scientific. Wear a face mask, physical distancing, and hand washing. And as a matter of courtesy, if you have common cold symptoms, stay at home until you are cleared by your physician.
A vaccine bubble gives the unvaccinated limited movement, from work to home and vice-versa. While the vaccinated enjoys more freedom for economic reasons.
Do not be misled that a mild covid-19 symptom is, well “mild”. Home care is doable, but still terrifying if you are in the midst of surge, hospital overflow, and medical oxygen shortage. Be prepared and equipped.
The state of calamity due to COVID-19 was extended for one year in the Philippines. Can employees still invoke the right to refuse work?
Giving feedback and helping the government in our fight against COVID 19 is more value-adding to the greater majority of Filipinos than complaining
When you can no longer prevent job loss, what is the ideal approach to terminate employment in times of COVID-19
Management is cautiously excited to re-open business after the lockdown. But an employee refuse work for fear of COVID-19 infection. What can be done?
After the COVID-19 lockdown, re-opening biz is a challenge. With the slump and added cost on safety measures, how will you address employee oversupply?
DO 209 CAMP outlines how the Gov’t will help employees who were affected by the measures to contain COVID-19 in the Philippines
I’ve been receiving Qs since companies are now reopening. Can employee refuse work because of COVID-19? Can an employer sanction the employee?
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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
DOH is conducting COVID 19 seminar. The ASK Project organized two sessions to emphasize coronavirus prevention in workplaces in the Philippines
Department of Health (DOH) issued memorandum 56 to help companies mitigate the threat of COVID-19 or the 2019 Coronavirus
DOLE issues Advisory 04 series of 2020 to detail employers responsibility to prevent and control the spread of 2019-nCov ARD in the Philippines
The worst infection that COVID-19 can give is racism. Let’s not allow this medical crisis take our decency away.
Because of the nature of dark social, misinformation and fake news about the coronavirus is spreading faster than 2019nCov itself
Humanity is the reason why there is laughter and fun in the workplace, it can make a community out of strangers and spur engagement.
Workplace harassment has many forms. While the ILO C190 treaty is yet to be ratified. There are existing laws that we can use to deal with discrimination and bullying.
Faith and fear are opposites but the same. The same because both sources their power from you– the confident expectation of your future or your belief of what will happen to you. But they are opposites because faith believes something good can happen in the future, while fear expects the opposite.