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Heat Illness Prevention for Filipino Workers (Updated)

by:  Rosanna M. Tubelonia Its’ the beginning of March! You can feel that summer is fast approaching. PAG ASA said that we will stop experiencing the “hanging amihan” which brought in cool air since the start of the year. Temperatures are expected to soar, more even so that the “El Nino” rages on, bringing drought […]


On the Spotlight 5: The Call Center Agent: (From One Who Has Been One)

  The call center industry is in a unique position today. While 2012 got us a 3rd place ranking by a US firm named Tholons, recent rankings put us in the number one spot today. We have beaten India to the top spot, another call center giant in Asia. Those in the industry attribute our […]


On Mosquitoes and Diseases

Today, August 20 may seem like an ordinary day compared to the 21st, which was declared a special non-working holiday, the Ninoy Aquino Day. However, the 20th is not just another day. It is in fact, World Mosquito Day, in honor of Sir Ronald Ross, an Indian doctor who discovered in 1897 that Malaria is […]


People360 Family: Ready for the Big One

It is alarming that on June 29, at the southern part of our country, a mild quake of 4.8 magnitude hit Sultan Kudarat. Not many may know of this, but earlier today, July 31 at 3 o’clock in the morning, Nasugbu Batangas registered a 4.2. Coming in third was the 3.7 magnitude registered at Santa […]


Metro-wide Earthquake Drill: Feel It Like It’s Real

By 10:30 on the morning of July 30, everyone is encouraged to seriously and actively participate in the Metro Manila Shake Drill 2015. The earthquake drill which will be participated by an estimated 5-6 million people shall be in response to the possible 7.2 magnitude earthquake that may be generated by the West Valley Fault […]