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micheller:
Work from Home is indeed a struggle especially for HR. At our company, we invested in a payroll software that we can use to monitor remote workforce. Either you are at home or office, you can use this payroll system Philippines.

This software Iím talking about has features that is tailored-fit to Philippine setting. It makes easier for us to comply with the Philippine Government Requirements. Time and Attendance, Biometrics Integration, Employee history, Leaves Monitoring, Holiday table, Automatic computation of regular pay, overtime, lates, undertime, etc. are some of the powerful features of this payroll system Philippines.

Note From Admin: Welcome to the forum. Glad to have you aboard. Just a friendly reminder that non senior members are not allowed to advertise. That will come to you after 50 posts. See rule:

http://www.livinginthephilippines.com/forum/index.php?topic=48245.0

Thank you and again welcome.

Edit by Steve: Removed link.

Gray Wolf:

--- Quote from: micheller on April 21, 2021, 11:18:27 AM ---
Note From Admin: Just a friendly reminder that non senior members are not allowed to advertise. That will come to you after 50 posts. See rule:

http://www.livinginthephilippines.com/forum/index.php?topic=48245.0

Thank you and again welcome.

Edit by Steve: Removed link.

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I've been away from moderating for a while but once again the question of advertising has popped up. I even got a PM from a member about advertising real estate. I've read the rules (I helped write them) but it specifically states no advertising on the forum. I do not recall having a discussion about allowing senior members, or any member for that matter, to advertise their business. Maybe I missed something. Can any of you enlighten me on this? If there was a discussion that came to the conclusion senior members could "advertise" then I will rethink my answer to the PM I received earlier.
Just so everyone knows, the member who wrote to me was our forum and website manager Gerlie. Although she hasn't posted much on the forum, without her we would have been sunk long ago. She has been going to school and will soon have her real estate license. She asked if she could post something on the forum concerning real estate. I told her no, because it isn't allowed. Only paid ads on the website could be published. I would really like to allow her to advertise, but then I'm afraid it would appear as playing "favorites" and I don't want to start anything that I don't have the energy to engage in. So, you guys, help me understand what discussion we had that changed our rules.

Thanks!
Jack

bigrod:
*This is a non commercial, free forum. This is not a place to promote yourself or your business, or that of your business associates or friend's businesses.  Advertisements can be purchased on the website, only.  Signatures blocks and Email addresses with commercial domain names or that in anyway indicate your businesses expertise are not allowed.
*** Effective 05/13/15 per Don ***.....From now on Sr Members will be allowed to mention (in passing only) their type of businesses, not the name or exact location, so as to not promote them. NO links in profiles to businesses will be allowed until a member becomes a Sr Member. To become a SR mMember requires 50 REAL posts, not, for example, "Yes I agree" without explaining why you agree and how it relates to you.

Gray Wolf:

--- Quote from: bigrod on May 03, 2021, 07:06:03 AM ---*This is a non commercial, free forum. This is not a place to promote yourself or your business, or that of your business associates or friend's businesses.  Advertisements can be purchased on the website, only.  Signatures blocks and Email addresses with commercial domain names or that in anyway indicate your businesses expertise are not allowed.
*** Effective 05/13/15 per Don ***.....From now on Sr Members will be allowed to mention (in passing only) their type of businesses, not the name or exact location, so as to not promote them. NO links in profiles to businesses will be allowed until a member becomes a Sr Member. To become a SR Member requires 50 REAL posts, not, for example, "Yes I agree" without explaining why you agree and how it relates to you.

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Thanks Big Rod! I do seem to remember something about the change to the rules you quoted. And also that it, too, has restrictions on what and when, and all up to the Admin/Moderators.

Thanks also to Steve for correctly removing the original link.  ;)

What would we do without you guys! I'll put you both in for a raise in benefits  :D 8)

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