Salary Discussion: How To Compute Holiday Pay

Happy Payday Week! 💰 Happy payday week! Here’s a guide to explaining this mysterious document known as payslip. Today’s topic: Regular Holiday 🎉 When are we having Regular Holidays? New Years Day – 1 Jan 2019 Araw ng Kagitingan – 9 April 2019 Maundy Thursday – 18 April 2019 Good Friday – 19 April 2019Continue reading “Salary Discussion: How To Compute Holiday Pay”

Flu Vaccination at Work: Common Questions of the Employer Answered

Making annual flu vaccination part of your health and wellness program at work offers many benefits to the employers and management. It reduces cost by reducing absences of employees because of sickness and checkup. It improves employee’s productivity at work. It reduces cost by decreasing time-missed at work because employees go to other clinics forContinue reading “Flu Vaccination at Work: Common Questions of the Employer Answered”

Retainers Are Not Regular Employees

Let’s talk about “retainers” For those who are confused, retainers are not regular employees of a company. Retainers can be classified as independent contractors who are highly skilled professionals and freelancers and are paid in an agreed rate whether it is in hourly, daily, weekly or monthly basis. Nowadays, doctors and some nurses in theContinue reading “Retainers Are Not Regular Employees”

How To Start A Career As Doctor In Occupational Medicine

“As Occupational Health(OH) Physician, you have the capability and the power to influence the decision makers in order to shape the health landscape of the most productive segment of our population – the work force. That is of course on top of what a doctor is expected of – to take care of patient’s healthContinue reading “How To Start A Career As Doctor In Occupational Medicine”