Friday, November 21, 2008

Christmas Vacation Leave

December is almost near... I have been waiting for the Vacation Leave... All I wanted was to rest and rest...

Christmas Vacation leave is where we spend most of the time with family/friends classmates reunion because it is also the time where we can consume all our Vacation leave in case you are saving it for important purposes.

I have plans to spend my vacation leave with classmates reunion... hopefully things will be go through as planned.


Anyway to change my topic this morning I received a cute gift from Jean Diaz...Thank you so much Jean (^_^) her gift was simple yet it can touch a heart and this afternoon I received the awaited letter from Nokia (^_^)

Christmas Vacation Leave

Christmas Vacation Leave



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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

None Working Holidays in December

YEY!!! I was happy to hear from ABS-CBN last night that December 1 was none working holiday meaning we have additional of 30% (^_^) if we work... I have to work eh... for more details...

(^_^)

Dec. 1, 26, 29 non-working holidays

INQUIRER.net
First Posted 12:56:00 11/18/2008

MANILA, Philippines -- December 1, 26, and 29 are non-working holidays, MalacaƱang has declared.

December 1, a Monday, is nearest to November 30, Bonifacio Day, which falls on a Sunday this year.

The declaration is part of Arroyo’s “holiday of economics” that allows families to have long weekends.

Aside from these dates, the Palace released the list of upcoming holidays for the remainder of 2008, pursuant to Proclamation 1463, which President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo signed last February 18, 2008.

Regular Holidays:
December 25 (Thursday) – Christmas Day
December 30 (Tuesday) – Rizal Day

Special Non-Working Holidays:
December 31 (Wednesday) – last day of the year
source: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakingnews/nation/view/20081118-172872/Dec-1-26-29-non-working-holidays


and for our company link for list of holiday are in here




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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Tagalog Speaking Foreigners

I was so surprise to see and hear that foreigners from USA and Russia are so interested in speaking our national language Tagalog... this was given to me by Mike Sasuman. . . Here are some videos...






They are so good in Tagalog grammar... mga Filipinos, Bisaya mainly, kaya ninyo yun? (^_^) ahihih galing eh



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Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Aice Nice Concepts in Careers

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