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No. Because there is no reasons why the employer terminate his/her employee, they can be terminated if there is unlawful events happen in the premises of an employee.


Last Update: 2014-05-09
Usage Frequency: 1
Reference: Wikipedia

Education Tan Caktiong graduated from University of Sto. Tomas with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering. He also has management tutoring certificates from the Asian Institute of Management, University of Michigan Business School, and Harvard University. He also received an Honorary Doctor of Humanities from St. Paul University, an Honorary Doctor of Science in Business Management from Far Eastern University(PSE: FEU), and an Honorary Doctor of Humanities from Southwestern University. Early beginnings Prior to founding Jollibee, Tan Caktiong and his brother Ernesto Tan Mantiong opened two franchises of Magnolia ice cream parlors. The Tan brothers were not new to the food business—their father Tan Eng Lan was a restaurant chef back in Davao. One of their branches was in Cubao while the other was in Quiapo. When customers began to ask for more than just ice cream, the brothers decided to add sandwich offerings. Eventually, they found out that more people were ordering their hamburgers more than the ice cream. It was then that they decided to focus their business on selling hamburgers instead. By 1978, Tan Caktiong already established a chain of hamburger outlets. While in search of a name and a mascot for his first store, Tan Caktiong came across his trove of Disney memories and found a character that somehow embodied his philosophy of “spreading happiness and being productive”—a bee. Tan Caktiong's hamburger store thus came to be known as “Jollibee.” When McDonald’s entered the Philippine market in 1982, Tan Caktiong refused to franchise the fast food giant and instead competed with it. Jollibee’s success was attributed to how they were able to customize its menu to suit the Filipino palate. In 1993, Tan Caktiong decided to go public with Jollibee and it became the first food service company to be listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange. Expansion Through the years, Tan Caktiong’s Jollibee Food Corporation (PSE: JFC) acquired other fast food chains. It bought Greenwich Pizza in 1994, Chowking from Robert Kwan in 2000, and Red Ribbon in 2005. At the end of 2009, there were 686 Jollibee stores, 431 Chowking stores, 231 Greenwhich stores, 15 Manong Pepe’s Karinderia, and 207 Red Ribbon branches. Jollibee is also present in Brunei Darussalam, China, Hong Kong (SAR of China), Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and Vietnam. The company aims to double the number of their restaurants to 4,000 outlets worldwide by year 2020. In a survey, the Jollibee group was the only Philippine company which made it to the top 20 of Asia's Best Employers list, ranking 16th. Through the Jollibee Foundation, the company gives back to the community through projects on education, leadership development, livelihood, environment, housing, and disaster relief.

talambuhay ni Tony magkulay-kayumanggi caktiong

Last Update: 2014-07-29
Subject: General
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