Issue of December 31, 2017
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First Jollibee store in Kalinga looking for 200 local workers
by PNA

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – Jollibee Foods Corporation is hiring 200 residents for the opening of the food chain’s first store here on Feb. 18, 2018.

Franklin Papala, a representative of the company, said that local recruitment was held last week  at the city’s Public Employment Services Office, with the aim of hiring 200 service crew members.

He said the applicants also attended an orientation where details of the work were provided as well as the compensation that the workers would receive.

The Jollibee store in Tabuk that will be located in Barangay Bulanao is a company-owned branch, not a franchise.

It will operate from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and will have a drive-thru, catering and party services, and dine in and to-go for small and big orders.

Papala said a service crew is paid P290 daily or P36.25 per hour for a maximum of eight hours work per day.

He also said that as part of their requirements, applicants for service crew should at least be high school graduate or college undergraduate.

Papala said the company does not discriminate based on age as long as the applicant is flexible, can work for long hours, willing to work in shifts, competent, and honest.

He said the first batch of service crew and store managers hired in July 2016 who had already undergone training at Jollibee branches in Roxas, Isabela, Tuguegarao City and Manila would still be interviewed, oriented, and trained.

The opening of the Jollibee store in Tabuk is a much awaited event in the province.

The nearest branch of the popular food chain is in Tuguegarao, Cagayan, some three hours away from Tabuk.

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