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daily task

mahal kita sobra

Last Update: 2014-03-12
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

Your noticeably fearless approach impresses, you have the stamina to tackle any task. Unafraid you take on more commitments even though you’ve enough to do already. You approach things in a rather unstructured way and try to get too many things done at once. Make sure you don't waste time on irrelevant details or lose your temper in the process. Be willing to make compromises in your relationship; if you don't you may be in for a lot of arguments. Pay attention to the signals your body sends you.

QUERY LENGTH LIMIT EXCEDEED. MAX ALLOWED QUERY : 500 CHARS

Last Update: 2014-03-20
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

Mr. Ponciano Samonte was 25 years old when he organized the business firm, Ponciano Retailing Company. He asked Danny, the younger brother of his high school classmate, to join him in his newly formed business. As the years passed, the firm made good in the grocery retail business. Together, Ponciano and Danny established one branch after another. Within a span of 20 years, 19 branches were established throughout Central Luzon and Cagayan Valley. The total number of employees reached 405 and everyone showed much respect to the leadership abilities of the two pioneers. Ponciano and Danny worked in a mutual trust with each other. Ponciano always consulted Danny on several important aspects of running the business. Danny was always busy training personnel on several aspects of managing a branch so there has never been a shortage of managers. Because of his loyalty and ability, Danny was well taken care of by Ponciano. He receives an executive salary that was above industry standard, plus allowances and medical benefits. He is provided with an executive car. He is authorized to make decisions on operational matters. To assist him in his task, Danny trained two junior executives. All went well until Ponciano died and full ownership and control passed to Ponciano's oldest son, Patrick. What did Patrick did was to slowly introduce measures to centralize decision-making. Previously, the store managers had the authority to determine the types of merchandise to carry, the quantity, and the timing of purchase. The recruitment and training of store personnel were functions exercised by the store managers. The above functions, as well as some other tasks, are now performed by top management through a staff in the central office. The changes introduced effectively reduced the authority and influence the store managers. Danny's authority was also greatly reduced. Just a month after the decentralization order was implemented, Danny felt the demoralizing effect on the managers and employees assigned to the branches. Sales dropped by two percent and a number of key employees started to make moves to look for suitable jobs elsewhere. The rate of absences and tardiness also began to go up. Danny was alarmed by the situation and he informed Patrick about the strong possibility of negative growth for the company. Patrick told Danny not to worry because he thinks it is easy to replace those who will leave. Questions: Limit your answer to five sentences only. 1. What do you think of the reaction of the employees regarding the decentralization policy of Patrick? 2. Do you consider the decentralization policy as a big mistake. Why or why not?

Si Ginoong Poncian Samonte ay 25 na taong gulan noong kanyang inayos opisinang pangkalakalan, Ponciano Retailing Company. Tinanong niya si Danny, ang nakakabatang kapatid na lalake ng kanyang kaklase sa mataas na paaralan na siya ay samahan sa bagong itinatag na

Last Update: 2014-03-14
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

Commissioner Simeon A. datumanong of the Regional Commission XII on January 07, 1990, signed Executive Order No. 037, creating the Regional Cultural Heritage Council (RCHC). The RCHC was composed of government and non-government organizations and was primarily task to preserve, revive, and protect the cultural heritage of the region Regional Cultural Heritage Affairs (RCAS) later replaced the RCHC having the same functions. In August 01, 1990, the formation of the Office on Cultural Affairs (OCA) was approved superseding the RCAS Executed by former ARMM Governor Zacaria A. Candao which had its guiding principle based on the provisions of R.A 6734 Organic Act creating the ARMM to fill the vacuum pending the formal Assembly passed Muslim Mindanao Autonomy Act. No. 31 creating the Bureau on Cultura Heritage (BCH-ARMM). The then Regional Chief Executive Lininding P. Pangandaman, cognizant of the vital role of the Bureau in the regional development issued Executive Order No. 03, series of 1995 to operationalize the newly-created arm of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.

komposisyon

Last Update: 2014-03-12
Subject: History
Usage Frequency: 4
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Reference: Anonymous

Mr. Ponciano Samonte was 25 years old when he organized the business firm, Ponciano Retailing Company. He asked Danny, the younger brother of his high school classmate, to join him in his newly formed business. As the years passed, the firm made good in the grocery retail business. Together, Ponciano and Danny established one branch after another. Within a span of 20 years, 19 branches were established throughout Central Luzon and Cagayan Valley. The total number of employees reached 405 and everyone showed much respect to the leadership abilities of the two pioneers. Ponciano and Danny worked in a mutual trust with each other. Ponciano always consulted Danny on several important aspects of running the business. Danny was always busy training personnel on several aspects of managing a branch so there has never been a shortage of managers. Because of his loyalty and ability, Danny was well taken care of by Ponciano. He receives an executive salary that was above industry standard, plus allowances and medical benefits. He is provided with an executive car. He is authorized to make decisions on operational matters. To assist him in his task, Danny trained two junior executives. All went well until Ponciano died and full ownership and control passed to Ponciano's oldest son, Patrick. What did Patrick did was to slowly introduce measures to centralize decision-making. Previously, the store managers had the authority to determine the types of merchandise to carry, the quantity, and the timing of purchase. The recruitment and training of store personnel were functions exercised by the store managers. The above functions, as well as some other tasks, are now performed by top management through a staff in the central office. The changes introduced effectively reduced the authority and influence the store managers. Danny's authority was also greatly reduced. Just a month after the decentralization order was implemented, Danny felt the demoralizing effect on the managers and employees assigned to the branches. Sales dropped by two percent and a number of key employees started to make moves to look for suitable jobs elsewhere. The rate of absences and tardiness also began to go up. Danny was alarmed by the situation and he informed Patrick about the strong possibility of negative growth for the company. Patrick told Danny not to worry because he thinks it is easy to replace those who will leave. Questions: Limit your answer to five sentences only. 1. What do you think of the reaction of the employees regarding the decentralization policy of Patrick? 2. Do you consider the decentralization policy as a big mistake. Why or why not?

nagta-type buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-03-04
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
Quality:
Reference: Anonymous

Today is a special day. Today, we recognise the great sacrifices that our teachers have made for us, and today we commemorate those who have taken up the task of educating us, and guiding us through life itself. Today, we honour our teachers, all of you who have in one way or another, played a part in the shaping of who we are and who we are yet to be.

message for teachers day

Last Update: 2013-11-18
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

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