Feb 20, 2013

Heavy Driver

Jenerick International Manpower Inc. 
Search / Recruitment Firm
POEA License#: 105-LB-080610-R
Principal Name: Al Emadia Recruitment and Services
Heavy Driver
Qatar - Doha
Requirements:

  • Candidate must possess at least a Vocational Diploma / Short Course Certificate, any field.
  • Required skill(s): Heavy Driver.
  • At least 2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Applicants must be willing to work in Doha.
  • Preferably 1-4 Yrs Experienced Employees specializing in General Work (Housekeeper, Driver, Dispatch, Messenger, etc) or equivalent.
  • 4 Full-Time and Contract position available.


Please visit our office located at Jenerick
International Manpower Inc.

Address :1779 D Dian Street Corner Casino Street,
Barangay
Palanan Makati City
POEA License No. : 105-LB-080610-R
Tel. No. :832-9579 / 5509357
or visit our website :http://jenerick.com.ph/ and
APPLY
ONLINE

or email your resume and credentials to
applicant@jenerick.com.ph
Immediate Placement.
Beware of illegal recruiters
Placement Fees required from applicants.


Source:http://www.jenerick.com.ph

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Feb 11, 2013

How Jollibee beat McDonald's in the Philippines?


MANILA, Philippines - With over 2,000 branches around the country, there is bound to be a Jollibee anywhere you go in the Philippines. 
Jollibee's continued success in the Philippines and the company's aggressive expansion overseas is making international headlines. Jollibee's Filipino-Chinese founder Tony Tan Caktiong is now on the cover of Forbes Asia's February issue.
Tan talked to Forbes Asia about how he started his business with an ice cream parlor and how his restaurant with a bumble bee mascot managed to beat American fastfood giant McDonald's in the Philippines. 
After opening the ice cream parlors in 1978, Tan said he decided to shift from ice cream to hamburgers when he saw customers wanted sandwiches.
However, the entry of McDonald's in the Philippines in 1981 was a cause of concern for the fledgling fastfood chain.
Tan recalled how they went to the US to study McDonald's operations, and studied how Jollibee compared to the American fastfood chain. 
"We found that they excelled over us in all aspects – except product taste... It suited Americans but not really Filipinos. Our (food) tends to be sweeter, more spices, more salty. We were lucky as it was not easy for them to change their product because of their global image," Tan told Forbes Asia. 
Jollibee worked hard to compete with McDonald's, from advertising to stores to service.
And their hard work paid off. "We were surprised customers ranked us higher in courtesy and service style. Maybe they felt we were warmer? And then they liked our marketing, promotion and advertising better. And then customers kept just coming back," he said. 
One advantage Jollibee had was offering hamburgers and other fastfood with a distinct Filipino flavor. For instance, Jolly Spaghetti has a sweet meat sauce with hotdog slices. 
Eventually McDonald's took the cue from Jollibee and offered McSpaghetti and other similar products aimed at the Filipino market.
Forbes Asia said Jollibee now controls 18% of the market in Metro Manila, handily beating McDonald's which is said to only have 10% share of the market.
Jollibee now operates the country's largest food service, with a total of 2,040 stores as of end-September. The firm's stores include Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Red Ribbon, Mang Inasal and Burger King.
For its foreign operations, the company has 541 stores as of end-September. Aside from the Jollibee foodchain, stores abroad include Yonghe King, Hong Zhuang Yuan, San Pin Wang, Red Ribbon, Chowking, and Chow Fun.
But what is the secret to Jollibee's phenomenal success?
"We keep things simple and fill a simple need: very tasty food at a reasonable price. To this day I repeat to my people what my father told me – you have to make sure your food tastes really good," Tan said. 


Source:


How Jollibee beat McDonald's in the Philippines | ABS-CBN News



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How Jollibee beat McDonald's in the Philippines?


MANILA, Philippines - With over 2,000 branches around the country, there is bound to be a Jollibee anywhere you go in the Philippines. 
Jollibee's continued success in the Philippines and the company's aggressive expansion overseas is making international headlines. Jollibee's Filipino-Chinese founder Tony Tan Caktiong is now on the cover of Forbes Asia's February issue.
Tan talked to Forbes Asia about how he started his business with an ice cream parlor and how his restaurant with a bumble bee mascot managed to beat American fastfood giant McDonald's in the Philippines. 
After opening the ice cream parlors in 1978, Tan said he decided to shift from ice cream to hamburgers when he saw customers wanted sandwiches.
However, the entry of McDonald's in the Philippines in 1981 was a cause of concern for the fledgling fastfood chain.
Tan recalled how they went to the US to study McDonald's operations, and studied how Jollibee compared to the American fastfood chain. 
"We found that they excelled over us in all aspects – except product taste... It suited Americans but not really Filipinos. Our (food) tends to be sweeter, more spices, more salty. We were lucky as it was not easy for them to change their product because of their global image," Tan told Forbes Asia. 
Jollibee worked hard to compete with McDonald's, from advertising to stores to service.
And their hard work paid off. "We were surprised customers ranked us higher in courtesy and service style. Maybe they felt we were warmer? And then they liked our marketing, promotion and advertising better. And then customers kept just coming back," he said. 
One advantage Jollibee had was offering hamburgers and other fastfood with a distinct Filipino flavor. For instance, Jolly Spaghetti has a sweet meat sauce with hotdog slices. 
Eventually McDonald's took the cue from Jollibee and offered McSpaghetti and other similar products aimed at the Filipino market.
Forbes Asia said Jollibee now controls 18% of the market in Metro Manila, handily beating McDonald's which is said to only have 10% share of the market.
Jollibee now operates the country's largest food service, with a total of 2,040 stores as of end-September. The firm's stores include Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Red Ribbon, Mang Inasal and Burger King.
For its foreign operations, the company has 541 stores as of end-September. Aside from the Jollibee foodchain, stores abroad include Yonghe King, Hong Zhuang Yuan, San Pin Wang, Red Ribbon, Chowking, and Chow Fun.
But what is the secret to Jollibee's phenomenal success?
"We keep things simple and fill a simple need: very tasty food at a reasonable price. To this day I repeat to my people what my father told me – you have to make sure your food tastes really good," Tan said. 


Source:


How Jollibee beat McDonald's in the Philippines | ABS-CBN News



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Feb 5, 2013

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Feb 1, 2013

Load wallet replenishment via METROBANK payment systems now available!



Metrobank
With over 500 branches nationwide, Metrobank introduces easy ways to replenish your VMobile load wallet at no extra charge. “Same-day crediting” applies, NO LX RELOAD command required. Here are the options:
Via Branch Counters:
  • Go to the nearest or most convenient Metrobank branch.
  • Get a copy of the “PAYMENT SLIP” (Green formNOT the Blue Form DEPOSIT SLIP and accomplish the required information/details:

    Company Name: VMobile
    Subscriber Name: Member's Name (i.e. Juan dela Cruz)
    Subscriber Number  : Members ID Number (i.e. 5412345678)
    Reference Number: Cellphone Number (0909-1234567)
    Mode of Payment : Cash/ Check/ Debit Account
    Amount of Payment: Php xxx.xx <amount desired>
      
    Note: Slips are to be accomplished in duplicate copies
    (1st Copy – Bank copy while 2nd Copy – Client’s copy)
  • Present payment slip to Metrobank tellers together with cash/check & SOA.
  • Once validated, the teller will give you your validated copy.
  • Before leaving. Check & verify the copy received (payment slip serves as proof of payment).
Via MetrobankDirect:
  • Go to your Metrobank branch of account and enroll in MetrobankDirect.
  • Login to https://personal.metrobankdirect.com/ and select “PAY BILLS
  • Under SPECIAL BILL choose VMobile Technologies Inc. from the dropdown list of billers.
  • Input the required information:
  • Subscriber Number: Members ID Number (i.e. 5412345678)
    Reference Number: Cellphone Number (0909-1234567)
    Account Number : <Account Number where the payment will be sourced from>
    Amount of Payment: Php xxx.xx <amount desired>
    Credit Date: <“Immediate Payment” or “Future Dated”>
     
  • Click CONTINUE button.
  • Click CONFIRM button for the system to process your payment.
  • View or print Transaction Acknowledgment Receipt   as proof of payment.

Via Mobile Banking:
  • Go to your Metrobank branch of account and enroll your Globe, Sun or Smart phone in Mobile Banking.
  • Download the Metrobank Mobile Banking applet through a link sent via SMS text by Metrobank. A confirmation shall be sent once registration is successful.
  • Select PAY BILL”.
  • Select Biller; select Others; and select “VMobile Technologies Inc”.
  • Input the required information:
  • Subscriber Number: Members ID Number (i.e. 5412345678)
    Account Number : <Account Number where the payment will be sourced from>
    Amount of Payment: Php xxx.xx <amount desired>
     
  • Key in your MPIN to confirm the transaction.
  • Wait for the SMS confirmation of thestatus of your payment and save the message for future reference.
Source: http://www.loadxtreme.com.ph/new/announcements/#BDOauto
            https://personal.metrobankdirect.com/

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