SM’s growth is for inclusiveness and sustainability

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

A wrong perception about SM’s steady growth in the market is that it kills micro small and medium enterprises. But SM’s vision is exactly the opposite—to include as many MSMEs and create more opportunities for all sectors, particularly those in the remote areas-- even in places where it has yet to operate.

 

Inclusivity for all is not just a marching order for the SM Group of Companies, but a work in progress alongside its goal of sustainable operations.

 

As Engr. Ramon Gil Macapagal, corporate affairs head and trustee of SM Foundation Inc., said…

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SM gave scholar-graduates a chance to reach their dreams

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Now that they have completed their 4 or 5- year degree courses, the 270 scholar-graduates of SM Foundation Inc. feel deeply grateful that the scholarship opened their minds to reach for their lofty (but reachable) dreams for themselves and their families.

 

At the sidelines of the 23rd presentation of scholar-graduates of SM Foundation Inc. held at SMX last Wednesday afternoon, the graduates said they feel inspired that the late SM founder Tatang Henry Sy Sr. always had the best interest of those with the least in life in his heart. This…

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18th Congress to probe power, water utilities providers

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Rep. Bernadette Herrera-Dy vowed to scrutinize the operations of power and water utilities companies for their poor delivery of service to the detriment of public interest.

 

Congress will clean up the water mess if the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System and the water concessionaires cannot.

 

Making Metro Manila residents suffer through a second round of water service cut-offs merits tougher rebuke and deeper probe by Congress, said Herrera-Dy who is also the secretary-general of the Party-list Coalition.

 

"We have given MWSS and the electricity sector enough time to solve…

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‘Eddie Garcia’ bill for the protection of actors

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

The death of legendary actor/director Eddie Garcia from an accident during a shooting exposed the occupational risks that showbusiness people constantly face, hence the need to pass a law to ensure their safety always.

 

The “Eddie Garcia” law was filed by the late actor/director’s stepson, Rep. Mikee Romero, 1-PACMAN partylist as he appealed to his fellow legislators to support him in his quest to create a law to put a bigger meaning to Tito Eddie Garcia's death," Romero said in a Facebook post.

 

"I expect more than 100 of my fellow…

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Bill to ensure protection for teachers

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

With teachers subjected to violence and abuse, including bullying, by both students and overzealous parents, House Bill 9065 (Teachers Protection Act) was introduced, and hopefully to be passed in the remaining days of the 17th Congress, by Binan City Rep. Marlyn Alonte-Naguiat.

 

More than hazard pay, she says, teachers need protection and protocols when they are victims of assault.

 

Amid ongoing clamor for substantial hike in public school teachers’ pay, adjustments in hazard pay may not be the only intervention the mentors need given current risks to their personal safety…

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