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Bacolod City, PhilippinesMonday, February 21, 2011
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Neg. Occ. Producers to
join Manila biz fair

The Technology and Livelihood Development Center of Negros Occidental is all set for the trade fair in Metro Manila that kicks off Friday, at SM Megamall Mandaluyong, TLDC marketing officer Gerard Tupas said yesterday.

The products will be sent to Manila either today or tomorrow to display and set up  everything in advance, Tupas said.

Among the products that they will display are bags from Calatrava town, organic cookies from Bago City, turmeric from Mabinay town, placemats, tissue holders and other houseware products, he said.

Workers reminded
about SSS premiums

Employees of the Social Security System have been reminded by their president and chief executive officer Emilio de Quiros Jr. to check if employers regularly remit their payments to avoid problems in availing of benefits and loans, an SSS press release said.

De Quiros said employed members must keep their pay slips, company ID and other proofs of employment, which serve as evidence against employers who neglect to report them for SSS coverage or fail to remit their monthly payments.

Members can check their payments through the SSS website (www.sss.gov.ph), the TextSSS facility, SSS information kiosks and SSS hotlines 917-7777 or 920-6446 to 55, the press release said.

CEB eyes partnership
with flight schools

Cebu Pacific has come up with more job opportunities for Filipinos by seeking partnerships with flight training institutions approved by the  Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, a CEB press release from the airline said.

After the success of its grand recruitment event  February 11-12 at the Hotel Intercontinental Manila, the airline announced another way to source high quality personnel for its growing workforce by creating a sustainable crew resource program.

Now, it opens the doors for partnerships with quality flight training organizations.

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