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McDonald’s Scales Hiring For SCs And PWDs Across NCR

Published online by the Page One PH, 
By Featuresdesk (ICG) on December 2, 2019

Golden Arches Development Corporation (McDonald’s Philippines) reinforces its commitment in being a responsible employer through a memorandum of agreement signing between the City of Pasay through Mayor Imelda Calixto-Rubiano and McDonald’s Philippines President and CEO Kenneth Yang.

McDonald’s will open its doors to 50 more senior citizen and PWD employees in 14 participating stores in the city. The partnership will provide them the opportunity to earn and develop new skills as they experience the same world class training as an order presenter, drink drawer, table manager or overall guest relations.

The quick service restaurant has hired close to 100 SCs and PWDs since September and has rolled out in the cities of Manila and Pasig.

 

This article was originally posted by Page One PH  which can be accessed at http://pageone.ph/mcdonalds-scales-hiring-for-scs-and-pwds-across-ncr/

McDonalds joins DOH drive, now also a Patak Polio Corner

Published online by the  Business Mirror, November 25, 2019

LEAVING no stone unturned in ensuring maximum immunization against a resurgent polio, the Department of Health (DOH) has turned to the private sector for help as it mounts yet another round of vaccinations.

The DOH announced its collaboration with McDonald’s Philippines for the succeeding rounds of the Synchronized Polio Vaccination in Metro Manila and Mindanao, reminiscent of the tack used by the late DOH chief Juan M. Flavier when he mounted the country’s first multi-vaccine National Immunization Days in the nineties.

As part of the new deal, selected McDonalds stores in Metro Manila and in Mindanao will set up Patak Polio Corners for the scheduled synchronized polio vaccination in NCR and Mindanao on Nov. 25 to Dec. 7 this year, and in Mindanao from Jan. 6 to 18 next year.

Polio immunization will also be conducted in McDonald’s Bahay Bulilit Learning Centers where children are taught basic skills in preparation for formal schooling.

“With the recent news on health outbreaks in the country, McDonald’s Philippines recognizes the role it could play in making a long lasting difference in the lives of Filipinos,” said McDonalds Philippines President and CEO Kenneth Yang.

“Our partnership with the Department of Health will allow us to take part in their preventive efforts against Polio in the country. With children most prone to the exposure to the disease, and with children’s welfare a priority of the company, we are further driven to support this program of the government,” he added.

The initial round of the Synchronized Polio Vaccination reported 96-percent coverage among children 0-59 months old from the 17 cities/municipality in NCR. Davao del Sur recorded 92-percent coverage from its 10 city/municipalities while Lanao del Sur reported 85-percent coverage from 40 city/municipalities.

The Sabayang Patak Kontra Polio campaign aims to vaccinate all children below 5 years old regardless of Polio vaccination status.

“We are pleased to work with McDonald’s Philippines as we will have more vaccination sites for mothers and caregivers to go to. We are relentless in making this health service accessible and available to all, consistent with our goal of Universal Health Care,” Health Secretary Francisco T. Duque III said.

 

This article is originally published and written by the Business Mirror which can be accessed online at https://businessmirror.com.ph/2019/11/25/mcdonalds-joins-doh-drive-now-also-a-patak-polio-corner/

McDonald’s PH Chairman & Founder, George T. Yang turns over three performing arts studios for DLSU Manila

A known supporter for youth development through employment, education and the arts, Yang was honored by the De La Salle University (DLSU) in appreciation of his generosity and support for his alma mater’s performing arts student organizations. The three new George T. Yang Performing Arts Studios will serve as dedicated venues where the De La Salle University Chorale, De La Salle University Innersoul and La Salle Dance Company can train and rehearse for the competitions they join, and events they’re invited to. The studios are located on the sixth floor of the Enrique Razon Sports Complex (ESRC) in DLSU Manila. George T. Yang (eighth from right) is joined by De La Salle University President Br. Raymundo B. Suplido FSC (ninth from left) as well as officials from the University, and representatives from the DLSU performing arts student organizations.

Top row: (L-R) DLSU Chorale: Jorge Tesoro, Carosel Malinis, John Ray Estrellado, Azriel Baluyut, Mariel Cuartero, Charlene Rodenas, Haruka Tachibana, Myka Carlos, Cheuk Fung Tam, Pamela Malit

Middle row: (L-R) De La Salle Innersoul: Karch Abueg, Mariah Moriones, Monia Omondang, Marielle Alcantara; CAO Staff and Trainers: Ms. Mycs Villoso, Ms. Chiqui Infante, Ms. Sheryl Maala, Ms. Glorife Samodio; Br. Raymundo Suplido FSC, Mr. George Yang; CAO Staff, Trainers and students from De La Salle Innersoul and LSDC: Mr. Peter Alcedo Jr. Mr. Jose Emmanuel Aquino, Mr. Dave Manalo, Claudine Inocencio, Paul Macalindong, Jinia Paz, Liezl Manalansan, Abbi Basilio

Bottom row: (L-R) LSDC Folk: Miguel Carlo Breva, Ramon David Castañeda, Caryl Francine Lopez, Cristina Louise Aldecoa, Christine   Cenidoza, Tony Rose Duran, Arl Marion Josef Divino, Rovi Elijah Soriano; De La Salle Innersoul: Arjon Castro

George T. Yang was recognized by De La Salle University not only for his support for the performing arts, but also for being an ideal Lasallian that embodies university values. IN PHOTO (L-R): De La Salle University Director for Culture and Arts Ms. Glorife S. Samodio, De La Salle University Executive Director for Advancement and Alumni Relations Mr. Edwin Theodoro C. Reyes, De La Salle University Vice Chancellor for DLSU-Laguna Campus Dr. Gil Nonato C. Santos, De La Salle University Vice President for External Relations and Internationalization Dr. Laurene Chua-Garcia, De La Salle University Professor Emeritus Dr. Wilfrido V. Villacorta, De La Salle University President Br. Raymundo B. Suplido FSC, Golden Arches Development Corporation Founder George T. Yang, Kristine Yang, De La Salle University Chancellor Dr. Robert C. Roleda, De La Salle University Vice Chancellor for Administration Dr. Arnel Onesimo O. Uy and De La Salle University Vice President for Lasallian Mission Br. Michael J. Broughton FSC.

De La Salle University unveiled the “George T. Yang Performing Arts Studio 3 La Salle Dance Company” for the use of the University’s renowned dance group. IN PHOTO (L-R): De La Salle University Chancellor Dr. Robert C. Roleda, Samantha Smit, Ms. Mycs Villoso, Claudine Inocencio, De La Salle University President Br. Raymundo B. Suplido FSC, Golden Arches Development Corporation Founder George T. Yang, Kristine Yang, Mr. Kevin Intal, Mr. Peter Alcedo Jr, Jinia Paz, Liezl Manalansan, Miguel Carlo Brevo.

De La Salle University unveiled the “George T. Yang Performing Arts Studio 2 Innersoul” for the use of the University’s pop vocal performers. IN PHOTO (L-R): Abbi Basilio, De La Salle University Chancellor Dr. Robert C. Roleda, De La Salle University President Br. Raymundo B. Suplido FSC, Golden Arches Development Corporation Founder George T. Yang, Kristine Yang, and Mr. Dave Manalo.

De La Salle University unveiled the “George T. Yang Performing Arts Studio 1 Chorale” for the use of the University’s premier chorale group. IN PHOTO (L-R): De La Salle University Professor Emeritus Dr. Wilfrido V. Villacorta, Kristine Yang, Golden Arches Development Corporation Founder George T. Yang, and De La Salle University President Br. Raymundo B. Suplido FSC.

*This article was copied and published in Philippine Daily Inquirer last Aug. 24, 2018, and is available online at    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1024428/mcdonalds-ph-chairman-founder-george-t-yang-turns-over-three-performing-arts-studios-for-dlsu-manila#ixzz5PSC7uuNA

McDonald’s PH targets 1K new jobs by yearend

By Angelica  Ballesteros, TMT

McDonald’s Philippines is targeting to generate 1,000 more jobs by the year-end to complement its robust expansion in the country.

In a statement over the weekend, McDonald’s Philippines said it was embarking on a new program to offer direct jobs, specifically crew services and managerial positions, in select areas across the country. Select branches will be transformed into recruitment hubs for a day.

McDonald’s Go Hire Day will initially run four days in August and September starting today, Monday at McDonald’s Valero in Makati City, to be followed by McDonald’s Motorway in Tarlac and McDonald’s Dau in Pampanga on September 5; and McDonald’s Las Piñas on September 18.

This year, McDonald’s Philippines operator Golden Arches Development Corp. (GADC) is targeting to add 40 new stores by the year-end in a bid to further expand its foothold.

 

The company has programmed P2 billion in capital expenditures to fund the opening of new branches and other nationwide growth initiatives.

Last year, GADC opened 52 new branches nationwide in Antique, Sorsogon, Masbate, and Agusan del Sur, which led to the creation of 4,000 new jobs.

 

*This article was copied and published in Manila Times  last Aug. 27, 2018, and is available online at https://www.manilatimes.net/mcdonalds-ph-targets-1k-new-jobs-by-yearend/435033/

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