A CHILD'S LIFE HAS NO PRICE I recall handling a case involving a grieving mother whose 20-year old daughter died from a bus accident. The bus was cut clean with the side opposite the driver eaten so to speak by a truck that came from the other direction. That visualization alone would give you an … Continue reading The grieving mother – a case study
ANNUAL ELECTION COMES WITH IT. A corporation is required to conduct annual shareholders meeting to elect to elect a new set of directors for the board, among others. This is often ignored or not complied for many reasons. The primary being is that corporations are unaware or should I say people therein do not know. … Continue reading Corporate: Annual Stockholders’ Meeting
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: THIS EMPLOYEE WAS TERMINATED FROM EMPLOYMENT LLQ refers to Labor Law Questions, a series in this blog. It is one thing to inform the public that an individual is no longer connected with the company and thus s/he no longer has any authority to represent the business. It is another to … Continue reading LLQ: Is it valid to print an ad on empoyment termination of a person?
A GREAT TALK I had a great time conducting a talk to Business and Marketing students of Southville International School affiliated with Foreign Universities (SISFU). The school and its students were all amazing and great. My talk centered on developing Entrepreneurship Mentality. The invitation and the talk was made possible through UpSkill MNL Inc., of … Continue reading Talk at: Southville International School affiliated with Foreign Universities (SISFU)
LEARNING TO COPE WITH DOLE The Philippine Management Association of the Philippines organized a very informative and learning-rich seminar. The seminar was entitled: How to prepare for a DOLE Inspection. The lecturer was Atty. Josephus B. Jimenez, who bears the following credentuals: FPM 2014 President of People Management Association of the Philippines; Former Undersecretary, Department … Continue reading Seminar: PMAP DOLE Inspection