Monthly Archives: June 2018
Great Place to Work® Certification
Care Indeed, a leading home care provider, has been certified as a great workplace by the independent analysts at Great Place to Work®. Care Indeed earned this recognition based on extensive ratings provided by its employees in anonymous surveys. A summary of these ratings can be found at http://reviews.greatplacetowork.com/care-indeed-inc. Care Indeed employees completed more than 260 surveys resulting in a 90% confidence level and a margin of error of ± 3.43. According t...
Marie Joselle “MJ” Oliveros recently graduated Magna Cum Laude, A.S. Nursing from the College of San Mateo. Jay (at right) and Myrna Oliveros were the happy and proud parents
birthday and recognition
Ms. Josie Davis, Director of Memory Care Program of Alma Via SF recently celebrated her birthday and recognition by CA Assisted Living Association (CALA). (Standing L-R) JR Bautista, Elizabeth Sayo, Donna Bonifacio, Commissioner Ray Satorre, Jhordan Acosta, Lee Aquino (Front) Remy Holgado, Josie Davis and Nora Bennet
Daly City/Colma Rotary
Newly inducted officers and members of the Daly City/Colma Rotary headed by their president, Marilyn de Castro (Marilyn De Castro-Becklehimer)pose before the camera at Lake Merced Club, Daly City last June 16.
Lucky Chances Casino celebrated its 20th Anniversary last June 21 with a Lion Dance
NAFCON echoes call to end family separation and detention
Over the last week, anger has grown at the “zero tolerance” policy of the US government towards migrants at its borders. Actions were held across the country calling to end family separation as reports of children being taken away from their parents and being housed in cages and tent cities are released. The National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON) stands in solidarity with migrant families at the border who are being forcibly being separated by the US government. ...
Asia society survey probes barriers in the U.S. workplace facing Asian Americans
NEW YORK — Asian and Asian Pacific American (APA) employees in the United States are less likely to attain senior leadership positions, according to Asia Society’s 2018 Asian Corporate Survey. The survey suggests this is partly because APA participants self-reported being less assertive and less likely to speak up and share their perspectives compared to their non-APA counterparts. Indeed, among the five most frequently cited barriers to workplace advancement by APA survey pa...
Lt. Governor Newsom on Travel Ban Ruling
(SACRAMENTO) - Lt. Governor Newsom issued the following statement on Trump v. Hawaii, after the US Supreme Court voted in a 5-4 ruling to uphold President Trump’s travel ban: “President Trump’s travel ban is government sponsored discrimination – a thinly veiled attempt to target individuals based on religion and ethnicity, and it is monumentally disappointing that a majority on the United States Supreme Court refused to strike it down.”
Exploring Hawaii’s natural resources is healthy
As I See It By Elpidio R. Estioko Now I can personally understand why Hawaii is a popular destination for travelers, tourists… and even to prospective settlers. Exploring its natural resources is healthy and good to one’s body and soul! What does Hawaii can offer? A lot! My family of 12 (my wife Delia, 6 children, a son-in-law, a daughter-in-law, 2 grandchildren) are on a 10-day vacation in Oahu, Hawaii. My eldest from Sydney, Australia Edel “Gigi” is with us (unfort...
Would Duterte dare to insult Islam?
Street Talk By Greg B. Macabenta President Rodrigo Duterte’s rantings against the Catholic church and against God Himself, calling the Lord “stupid” for creating imperfect creatures in Adam and Eve and the snake (and, by extension, all mankind) may be forgivable if one considers his own tacit admission that he himself is imperfect, thus his kanto boy logic. In his own crude way, Duterte actually touched on the concept of Creation and the foundation of the Christian f...