Saturday, April 29, 2006

Working for Mothers' Day

It's final. Yesterday, I had just signed the contract with ePLDT. It's a 10-day contract, and of course, with pay. I was expecting that the summer job that I had applied for would have a duration of 1 month. My dilemma (over Symphony and ePLDT) had just been resolved when I learned that it's just for 2 weeks (5days a week, 9hours w/ break). Not bad, I can say.

Why only 10 days? Aside from the fact that it is only a summer job, the account given to us is Teleflora We'll be working from May 1 - 13. In time for Mothers' day, which is on the 14th.

Now, my next problem is on how to apply for my SSS, TIN, etc. I don't even have a copy of my birth certificate. hahahaha... What a loser.

posted by ScIoN 1:37 PM


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