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2019 Philippines Holidays
Find below the Philippines Holidays 2019: Regular Holidays and Special Non-Working Days. January 1, 2019, Tuesday – New Year’s Day – (regular holiday) January 2, 2019, Tuesday – Day after New Year’s Day – (regular holiday) February 5, 2019, Tuesday – Chinese New Year – (Special non-working day) February 25, 2019, Monday – EDSA Revolution Anniversary...
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Wooden Crates Storage
As with any other technology, today we can see constant innovation in transport and storage. However, sometimes it’s important to understand the basics before attempting to innovate. And we don’t believe anyone would dispute that wooden crates represent the alpha and omega of storage technology. While cardboard boxes are something that initially comes to mind when we...
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international relocation
Moving is never easy, but if you are thinking about moving internationally – brace yourself! There are many things you will have to take into consideration and the best thing you can do is to start early. But, do you know how and what needs to be taken care of? If not, you are in the right place! Keep...
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Moving to Alabang
Alabang is located in Muntinlupa City, which is now known as one of Metro Manila’s largest commercial centers. More than just its commercial appeal, several businesses have also made the area its home due to its continued growth and development in the last few years. If you plan on moving to the Philippines and are looking for a place...
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Philippines Holidays Salary Computation
Know the Philippines Holidays Salary Computation – Regular Vs. Special Holiday. How to pay your employees properly during Philippines Official Holidays. Regular Holidays Salary Computation Did not work Basic wage/Daily rate + Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) Did work (Daily rate + COLA) x 2 Did work with overtime [(Basic wage + COLA) x 2]...
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Holiday
Are you visiting or moving to Philippines? Start by knowing the dates of public holidays in the Philippines in 2022 to help plan your trip to the country. Every country in the world has different gazetted holidays, and the Philippines is no different. There are many gazetted Regular and Special Non-Working Holidays in the Philippines...
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Storage Space
Any of us could face the challenge of moving abroad one day. A professional transfer, an indefinite journey, or simply the thrive for a new experience, can lead you to relocate. One of the first question that will come to our mind would be ‘what to do with all my things? How could I safely...
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El Niño and La Niña
In 2015, it was officially announced that the Philippines is going to be greatly affected by two phenomenons brought about by climate change: El Niño and La Niña. PAGASA, the Philippine weather bureau, said that we are now seeing the end of El Niño and there’s a growing chance (about 50%) that La Niña will...
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Moving to Ortigas
Ortigas is considered the second most consequential business district in the Philippines after Makati CBD. Asian Development Bank (ADB), one of the most known organizations internationally, holds its headquarters in Ortigas. The area is a pleasant place to live and work due to its proximity to numerous businesses and recreational places. There is also a good deal of...
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MAKATI
Makati is one of Philippines’ major central business districts, with more than 60,000 retail and commercial establishments in the area. Many of these establishments offer diverse choices of coffee shops and fine restaurants. Also within range are convenience stores, shopping malls, and supermarkets where you can easily shop. Of course, the number of International companies and...
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