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Friday, May 31, 2019

Eid Holiday Schedules In UAE, KSA And Other Gulf Countries

After the month-long consecration in observance of Ramadan among Muslim countries in the Middle East and other countries where there are followers of Islam, long holidays will follow in observance of the Eid Al Fitr.
This year Eid will be celebrated on the 4th or 5th of June, depending on the sighting of the new moon. The date of Eid changes every year, according to the lunar-based Islamic calendar.


After the month-long consecration in observance of Ramadan among Muslim countries in the Middle East and other countries where there are followers of Islam, long holidays will follow in observance of the Eid Al Fitr.  This year Eid will be celebrated on the 4th or 5th of June, depending on the sighting of the new moon. The date of Eid changes every year, according to the lunar-based Islamic calendar.       Ads     Here are the holiday schedules for Eid Al Fitr in different Gulf countries:     In Saudi Arabia, the First day of Eid al Fitr will be on June 4, 2019, and the holidays will be most likely to last until June 6.    In Kuwait, The Civil Service Commission (CSC) announced today a three-day Eid Al Fitr holiday from Tuesday, June 4 till Thursday, June 6.  Official working hours will resume on Sunday, June 9, whether Eid fell on Tuesday or not.     A three-day holiday has been announced for the private sector, from June 4 to June 6, 2019, in Oman.  "Eid Al-Fitr holidays for employees in ministries, public bodies, and other units of the administrative apparatus of the state will be from Tuesday, 29th of Ramadan, 4 June to the end of the 3rd of Shawwal," added the Oman News Agency.    The UAE has announced a seven-day official Eid Al Fitr holiday for the public sector.  According to a brief statement issued on Twitter, following the directives of The President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE Cabinet announced that the Eid Al Fitr holiday for the public sector will start on Sunday, June 2, for one week, with work resuming on Sunday, June 9.  Following the directives of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE Cabinet announces Eid Al Fitr holiday for the public sector to start on Sunday 2nd of June, for one week, with work resuming on Sunday 9th of June. #UAEGov  — UAEGov (@uaegov) May 26, 2019  In Qatar,  the Amiri Diwan has announced that Eid al-Fitr holidays for the ministries, other government organizations, and the general authorities and institutions will start on Sunday, June 2 and end on Monday, June 10. State employees will resume work on Tuesday, June 11.  Ads      Sponsored Links    In the Philippines, President Duterte declared June 5 as a public holiday in observance of the Islamic holiday.    Eid al-Adha, which means ‘festival of the sacrifice’ will be observed approximately two months after Eid al-Fitr and culturally is considered a bigger event. It coincides with the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia, known as Hajj, which every Muslim is expected to undergo at least once during their lifetime if they are physically and financially able.

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Here are the holiday schedules for Eid Al Fitr in different Gulf countries:


In Saudi Arabia, the First day of Eid al Fitr will be on June 4, 2019, and the holidays will be most likely to last until June 6.


In Kuwait, The Civil Service Commission (CSC) announced today a three-day Eid Al Fitr holiday from Tuesday, June 4 till Thursday, June 6.

Official working hours will resume on Sunday, June 9, whether Eid fell on Tuesday or not. 

A three-day holiday has been announced for the private sector, from June 4 to June 6, 2019, in Oman.
"Eid Al-Fitr holidays for employees in ministries, public bodies, and other units of the administrative apparatus of the state will be from Tuesday, 29th of Ramadan, 4 June to the end of the 3rd of Shawwal," added the Oman News Agency.

The UAE has announced a seven-day official Eid Al Fitr holiday for the public sector.
According to a brief statement issued on Twitter, following the directives of The President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE Cabinet announced that the Eid Al Fitr holiday for the public sector will start on Sunday, June 2, for one week, with work resuming on Sunday, June 9.


In Qatar,  the Amiri Diwan has announced that Eid al-Fitr holidays for the ministries, other government organizations, and the general authorities and institutions will start on Sunday, June 2 and end on Monday, June 10. State employees will resume work on Tuesday, June 11.

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In the Philippines, President Duterte declared June 5 as a public holiday in observance of the Islamic holiday.

Eid al-Adha, which means ‘festival of the sacrifice’ will be observed approximately two months after Eid al-Fitr and culturally is considered a bigger event. It coincides with the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia, known as Hajj, which every Muslim is expected to undergo at least once during their lifetime if they are physically and financially able.
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List of Jobs Filipinos Can Apply in UK, Poland, and Solomon Island



Hundreds of Filipino nurses are in need in the United Kingdom while construction workers such as welders, electrician, mechanics, and operators are in need in the Solomon Islands. On the other hand, Poland is in need of construction workers, production workers, packers and many others.   Jbsolis.com is NOT a recruitment agency and we are NOT processing nor accepting applications for jobs abroad. All information in this article is taken from the website of POEA — www.poea.gov.ph for general purposes only. Recruitment agencies are being linked to each job order so that interested applicants may know where to coordinate and apply for their desired position.  Interested applicant may double-check the job orders as well as the license of the hiring recruitment agencies in the POEA website to make sure everything is legal.

Hundreds of Filipino nurses are in need in the United Kingdom while construction workers such as welders, electrician, mechanics, and operators are in need in the Solomon Islands. On the other hand, Poland is in need of construction workers, production workers, packers and many others. 

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Country : POLAND
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  Date Approved
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POLANDOPERATOR WAREHOUSERICHLAND INT`L. MANPOWER SPECIALIST COMPANY5/2/2019100
POLANDPACKERRICHLAND INT`L. MANPOWER SPECIALIST COMPANY5/2/201935
POLANDWAREHOUSEMANRICHLAND INT`L. MANPOWER SPECIALIST COMPANY5/2/201955
POLANDWORKER CONSTRUCTIONRICHLAND INT`L. MANPOWER SPECIALIST COMPANY5/2/2019100
POLANDWORKER PRODUCTIONRICHLAND INT`L. MANPOWER SPECIALIST COMPANY5/2/201950
POLANDWORKER SAWMILLRICHLAND INT`L. MANPOWER SPECIALIST COMPANY5/2/2019150
POLANDCOOK SECONDJOBSMANILA INTERNATIONAL INC (FORMERLY ACHICA INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENC4/29/201914
POLANDMAID HOTELJOBSMANILA INTERNATIONAL INC (FORMERLY ACHICA INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENC4/29/201918
POLANDSTEWARDJOBSMANILA INTERNATIONAL INC (FORMERLY ACHICA INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENC4/29/201910
POLANDAUDITOREDI STAFFBUILDERS INTERNATIONAL INC4/17/2019Open
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Country : UNITED KINGDOM
  Country  Position  Agency
  Date Approved
  JO Balance
UNITED KINGDOMNURSELINK ASIA MANPOWER SOLUTIONS CORP5/17/2019115
UNITED KINGDOMNURSE GENERALAGUINALDO RECRUITMENT AGENCY INC5/17/201938
UNITED KINGDOMNURSELINK ASIA MANPOWER SOLUTIONS CORP5/14/201940
UNITED KINGDOMNURSE STAFFCHESHAM RECRUITMENT INC.5/10/2019200
UNITED KINGDOMNURSEANDREWS MANPOWER CONSULTING INC5/8/201999


Jbsolis.com is NOT a recruitment agency and we are NOT processing nor accepting applications for jobs abroad. All information in this article is taken from the website of POEA — www.poea.gov.ph for general purposes only. Recruitment agencies are being linked to each job order so that interested applicants may know where to coordinate and apply for their desired position.

Interested applicant may double-check the job orders as well as the license of the hiring recruitment agencies in the POEA website to make sure everything is legal.

This article is filed under Filipino workers, hiring Filipino workers, overseas jobs, jobs abroad, international employment opportunities,  jobs near me and Filipino nurses.

©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Could Social Media Bashing Really Affect You?

The late literary critic Umberto Eco once said: “Social media gives legions of idiots the same right to speak as a Nobel Prize winner.”
He could be right.
A professor at the renowned Stanford Graduate School of Business (SGSB) faced the issue head-on, conducting studies with a research associate on netizens reactions and how these often lead to a bashing frenzy.

The late literary critic Umberto Eco once said: “Social media gives legions of idiots the same right to speak as a Nobel Prize winner.”  He could be right.  A professor at the renowned Stanford Graduate School of Business (SGSB) faced the issue head-on, conducting studies with a research associate on netizens reactions and how these often lead to a bashing frenzy.       Ads      “Moral outrage has traditionally served a valuable social function, expressing group values and inhibiting deviant behavior, but the exponential dynamics of Internet postings make this expression of legitimate individual outrage appear excessive and unjust,” said SGSB psychology professor, Benoît Monin and graduate student Takuya Sawaoka.  They said that while people are quick to call attention to racist, sexist or unpatriotic behavior on social media, they are seen more like bullies giving excessive punishment when that outcry goes viral.  The researchers cited a 2013 incident about a public outcry over a young woman who twitted “Going to Africa. Hope I don’t get AIDS. Just kidding. I’m white!” Her post went viral and despite explaining that it was meant to be a joke, it affected her and the worse effect was she lost her job because of it.   A netizen in the Philippines who also lost his job after posting an insensitive remark over the earthquakes that rocked various parts of the country in April. He said it was just meant to be a bit of humor.  “On the one hand, speaking out against injustice is vital for social progress, and it’s admirable that people feel empowered to call out words and actions they believe are wrong,” said Sawaoka. “On the other hand, it’s hard not to feel somewhat sympathetic for people who are belittled by thousands of strangers online, and who even lose friends and careers as a result of a poorly thought-out joke.”  The question about how to respond to injustice in the digital age is complex, Sawaoka and Monin concluded in the paper.    Ads          Sponsored Links    Some people are tragically affected by social media bashing and eventually loose hold of their sanity. Many of them result in depression and worse, they resorted to stopping their misery by ending their own life.

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“Moral outrage has traditionally served a valuable social function, expressing group values and inhibiting deviant behavior, but the exponential dynamics of Internet postings make this expression of legitimate individual outrage appear excessive and unjust,” said SGSB psychology professor, Benoît Monin and graduate student Takuya Sawaoka.

They said that while people are quick to call attention to racist, sexist or unpatriotic behavior on social media, they are seen more like bullies giving excessive punishment when that outcry goes viral.
The late literary critic Umberto Eco once said: “Social media gives legions of idiots the same right to speak as a Nobel Prize winner.”  He could be right.  A professor at the renowned Stanford Graduate School of Business (SGSB) faced the issue head-on, conducting studies with a research associate on netizens reactions and how these often lead to a bashing frenzy.       Ads      “Moral outrage has traditionally served a valuable social function, expressing group values and inhibiting deviant behavior, but the exponential dynamics of Internet postings make this expression of legitimate individual outrage appear excessive and unjust,” said SGSB psychology professor, Benoît Monin and graduate student Takuya Sawaoka.  They said that while people are quick to call attention to racist, sexist or unpatriotic behavior on social media, they are seen more like bullies giving excessive punishment when that outcry goes viral.  The researchers cited a 2013 incident about a public outcry over a young woman who twitted “Going to Africa. Hope I don’t get AIDS. Just kidding. I’m white!” Her post went viral and despite explaining that it was meant to be a joke, it affected her and the worse effect was she lost her job because of it.   A netizen in the Philippines who also lost his job after posting an insensitive remark over the earthquakes that rocked various parts of the country in April. He said it was just meant to be a bit of humor.  “On the one hand, speaking out against injustice is vital for social progress, and it’s admirable that people feel empowered to call out words and actions they believe are wrong,” said Sawaoka. “On the other hand, it’s hard not to feel somewhat sympathetic for people who are belittled by thousands of strangers online, and who even lose friends and careers as a result of a poorly thought-out joke.”  The question about how to respond to injustice in the digital age is complex, Sawaoka and Monin concluded in the paper.    Ads          Sponsored Links    Some people are tragically affected by social media bashing and eventually loose hold of their sanity. Many of them result in depression and worse, they resorted to stopping their misery by ending their own life.
The researchers cited a 2013 incident about a public outcry over a young woman who twitted 
“Going to Africa. Hope I don’t get AIDS. Just kidding. I’m white!” Her post went viral and despite explaining that it was meant to be a joke, it affected her and the worse effect was she lost her job because of it.

A netizen in the Philippines who also lost his job after posting an insensitive remark over the earthquakes that rocked various parts of the country in April. He said it was just meant to be a bit of humor.

“On the one hand, speaking out against injustice is vital for social progress, and it’s admirable that people feel empowered to call out words and actions they believe are wrong,” said Sawaoka. “On the other hand, it’s hard not to feel somewhat sympathetic for people who are belittled by thousands of strangers online, and who even lose friends and careers as a result of a poorly thought-out joke.”

The question about how to respond to injustice in the digital age is complex, Sawaoka and Monin concluded in the paper.

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Some people are tragically affected by social media bashing and eventually loose hold of their sanity. Many of them result in depression and worse, they resorted to stopping their misery by ending their own life. 

©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

Safe Street and Public Spaces Law Is Now In Effect


“This law is a landmark victory against "bastos" (rude) culture. Goodbye, catcallers!” This is according to Senator Risa Hontiveros regarding the Safe Street and Public Spaces Law which is now being implemented across the country.



“This law is a landmark victory against "bastos" (rude) culture. Goodbye, catcallers!” This is according to Senator Risa Hontiveros who is the principal author of the Safe Street and Public Spaces Law which is now implemented across the country.        Ads      Harassment of women and those of the so-called third sex commonly known as the LGBT community in the form of catcalling, wolf-whistling or with sexist remarks and gestures are now punishable by law.  The Safe Streets, Public Spaces and Workplace Act, also known as the “Bawal Bastos” bill, was signed into law by President Rodrigo Duterte on April 21.  “Gender-based sexual harassment in the forms of stalking, leering, catcalling and wolf-whistling will be penalized under the new law,” Akbayan Rep. Tomas Villarin said.    Ads          Sponsored Links    Offenders will be fined from P1,000 up to P100,000 for multiple and grave offenses. Penalties also include community service and undergoing a gender-sensitivity training.   Villarin also said that the new law should change the cultural norm [on] how society treats women, how society puts importance on the rights of everybody.  LGBT advocate Anton Paderanga said the inclusion of the community was a welcome development, noting that “LGBT persons, like women, are subject to harassment daily.”  The law expands existing anti-sexual harassment laws. It covers sexual harassment in workplaces, including peer-to-peer and subordinate-to-superior cases.  Arline Santos of the Institute of Politics and Governance said the law also provided remedies for harassment that occurs online.  The new law also mandates establishing anti-sexual harassment policies in schools.

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Harassment of women and those of the so-called third sex commonly known as the LGBT community in the form of catcalling, wolf-whistling or with sexist remarks and gestures are now punishable by law.

The Safe Streets, Public Spaces and Workplace Act, also known as the “Bawal Bastos” bill, has lapsed into law since it was presented to President Duterte for signing on April 21.

“Gender-based sexual harassment in the forms of stalking, leering, catcalling and wolf-whistling will be penalized under the new law,” Akbayan Rep. Tomas Villarin said.

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Offenders will be fined from P1,000 up to P100,000 for multiple and grave offenses. Penalties also include community service and undergoing a gender-sensitivity training.

Villarin also said that the new law should change the cultural norm [on] how society treats women, how society puts importance on the rights of everybody.

LGBT advocate Anton Paderanga said the inclusion of the community was a welcome development, noting that “LGBT persons, like women, are subject to harassment daily.”

The law expands existing anti-sexual harassment laws. It covers sexual harassment in workplaces, including peer-to-peer and subordinate-to-superior cases.

Arline Santos of the Institute of Politics and Governance said the law also provided remedies for harassment that occurs online.

The new law also mandates establishing anti-sexual harassment policies in schools.
©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

POEA Approved Jobs to Fiji, Guyana & Malawi!


Another three countries that need Filipino workers!  Fiji is a country in the South Pacific known for rugged landscapes, palm-lined beaches and coral reefs with clear lagoons. One more thing about Fiji — it needs Filipino workers particularly accountants, technicians, bus drivers, pharmacist, and many others!  On the other hand, have you ever heard about the country named Guyana? It is a country in the North Atlantic coast in South America! It is an English-speaking country that also hired Filipino workers! The country is in need of mechanics, electricians, welders among others.  Meanwhile, Malawi, a landlocked country in southeastern Africa is also hiring Filipinos! Workers for construction are mainly needed such as welder, rigger, painter, electrician, foreman and many others!  The following are job orders to Fiji, Malawi, and Guyana approved by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).      Jbsolis.com is NOT a recruitment agency and we are NOT processing nor accepting applications for jobs abroad. All information in this article is taken from the website of POEA — www.poea.gov.ph for general purposes only. Recruitment agencies are being linked to each job order so that interested applicants may know where to coordinate and apply for their desired position.  Interested applicant may double-check the job orders as well as the license of the hiring recruitment agencies in the POEA website to make sure everything is legal.

Another three countries that need Filipino workers!

Fiji is a country in the South Pacific known for rugged landscapes, palm-lined beaches and coral reefs with clear lagoons. One more thing about Fiji — it needs Filipino workers particularly accountants, technicians, bus drivers, pharmacist, and many others!

On the other hand, have you ever heard about the country named Guyana? It is a country in the North Atlantic coast in South America! It is an English-speaking country that also hired Filipino workers! The country is in need of mechanics, electricians, welders among others.

Meanwhile, Malawi, a landlocked country in southeastern Africa is also hiring Filipinos! Workers for construction are mainly needed such as welder, rigger, painter, electrician, foreman and many others!

The following are job orders to Fiji, Malawi, and Guyana approved by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA). 

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Country : MALAWI
  Country  Position  Agency
  Date Approved
  JO Balance
MALAWICOOKANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20194
MALAWIDRIVER MOBILE CRANEANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20193
MALAWIELECTRICIANANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20195
MALAWIFITTERANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/201910
MALAWIFOREMAN ELECTRICALANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20193
MALAWIFOREMAN FITTERANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20196
MALAWIFOREMAN RIGGERANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20193
MALAWIHELPERANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20195
MALAWIMANAGER HEALTH AND SAFETYANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20191
MALAWIMANAGER QA/QCANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20191
MALAWIPAINTERANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/201910
MALAWIRIGGERANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20198
MALAWIRIGGER/SCAFFOLDERANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20195
MALAWISANDBLASTERSANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/201910
MALAWISTOREKEEPERANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20193
MALAWISURVEYORANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/20192
MALAWIWELDERANGLO-EUROPEAN SERVICES INC5/24/201910
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Country : FIJI
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FIJITECHNICIAN REFRIGERATION SENIORINDUSTRIAL PERSONNEL & MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC (IPAMS)5/14/2019Open
FIJIACCOUNTANTCENTURY HIGH HR INC5/3/20192
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Country : GUYANA
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  Date Approved
  JO Balance
GUYANADRILLER QUARRYKEY`S PLACEMENT, INC.5/6/20191
GUYANAELECTRICIAN AUTOKEY`S PLACEMENT, INC.5/6/20191
GUYANAELECTRICIAN INDUSTRIALKEY`S PLACEMENT, INC.5/6/20191
GUYANAMECHANIC HEAVY DUTY CATERPILLARKEY`S PLACEMENT, INC.5/6/20194
GUYANAMECHANIC MILLWRIGHTKEY`S PLACEMENT, INC.5/6/20192
GUYANAOPERATOR UTILITY EQUIPMENTKEY`S PLACEMENT, INC.5/6/20194
GUYANASUPERVISOR MECHANICKEY`S PLACEMENT, INC.5/6/20191
GUYANAWELDER FABRICATORKEY`S PLACEMENT, INC.5/6/20193

Jbsolis.com is NOT a recruitment agency and we are NOT processing nor accepting applications for jobs abroad. All information in this article is taken from the website of POEA — www.poea.gov.ph for general purposes only. Recruitment agencies are being linked to each job order so that interested applicants may know where to coordinate and apply for their desired position.

Interested applicant may double-check the job orders as well as the license of the hiring recruitment agencies in the POEA website to make sure everything is legal.


This article is filed under Filipino workers, hiring Filipino workers, overseas jobs, jobs abroad, international employment opportunities,  jobs near me.

©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO