It seems like it will take a long time before the Philippines reaches 60 percent vaccinated population or what they say may be herd immunity. In the meantime, many businesses may collapse, throw in the towel, or declare bankruptcy. Then we will expect a surge in unemployment not just of rank and file employees, but managers as well. When that happens, which is more like when that time comes sooner than later, what are managers to do? Manage your home You may be surprised that managing the home takes more than just a few hours a day. How many times have you cleaned the airconditioners this year? How much water do you consume? How do you gain from inverter aircons? Do you need a wifi with mesh? These are questions you never had to ask because you spent most of your time at the office. Not anymore. Manage your finances Do you have at least six months of expenses saved up in the bank? What can you dispose of that may be worth some money? What do you have too much of? What other ... » Learn More about What will managers manage?
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SINGAPORE - Confidence levels in vaccines are expected to rise as more people here get inoculated against Covid-19, said Singapore's chief health scientist Tan Chorh Chuan on Monday (Jan 25). "There will be rising confidence amongst society and we expect that the take-up rates will then start to increase quite sharply," he told a panel on boosting vaccine confidence at The Davos Agenda, a series of virtual sessions organised by the World Economic Forum (WEF). This view, said Professor Tan, accords with an observation made by his fellow panellist, chief executive of market research company Ipsos Mori, Mr Ben Page. Mr Page noted that Ipsos' global trends survey found a decline in vaccine confidence in 2020 as teams from all over the world rushed to produce vaccines. But since December, when countries began rolling out vaccination programmes, there have been considerable rises in the proportion of people who said they are willing to take the Covid-19 vaccine. "We're certainly not ... » Learn More about Confidence in vaccines expected to rise as more get Covid-19 jabs, says expert at WEF event
Dear PAO I was informed that voluntary surrender and confession can help lessen the penalty of an accused in a criminal case. As such, I want to know if the same is true against an alleged violator of the Anti-Dangerous Drugs Law. Would confession and voluntary surrender lessen the penalty of an accused involved in a drug related case? Andre Dear Andre, Section 98 of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act reads, viz: “Section 98. Limited Applicability of the Revised Penal Code. –Notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the provisions of the Revised Penal Code (Act 3814), as amended, shall not apply to the provisions of this Act, except in the case of minor offenders. Where the offender is a minor, the penalty for acts punishable by life imprisonment to death provided herein shall be reclusion perpetua to death.” (Emphasis and underscoring supplied) Applying the foregoing to your question, voluntary surrender and confession can only be appreciated and ... » Learn More about Mitigating circumstance in drug cases