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- October 24, 2020 | 2:00 PMEconomic Group, Doha, Qatar
- Flat Rate para sa Swab Test sa mga Private Health Facilities, itinakda ng MoPH sa QR300
Itinakda ng Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) ang flat rate para sa Covid-19 swab test na isinasagawa ng mga private health facilities sa halagang QR 300, simula ngayong Huwebes, April 8, 2021. Ayon kay Noura Abdullah Al Mulla, Director of Health Facilities Licensing and Accreditation Department, ang nasabing desisyon upang itakda ang flat rate ay upang maibsan ang binabayaran ng mga indibidwal sa pagkuha ng Covid-19 swab test, matapos na pansamantalang isuspende ang pagsasagawa ng Covid-19 testing sa mga public health facilities para sa mga indibidwal na babyahe palabas ng bansa, upang mas mapagaan ang pressure at matuon ang serbisyo ng mga healcare staff para sa mga Covid-19 infected, suspected o pagbabakuna. Dagdag pa ni Al Mulla, minomonitor ng MoPH ang pagtupad ng mga private health care facilities sa nasabnig Covid-19 swab testing flat rate. Pinuri din nya ang maigting na kolaborasyon ng mga pribadong health care facilities sa pamahalaan, ang ang mahalagang papel at suporta ng mga ito bilang pangunahing kabahagi ng pamahalaan at pampublikong sektor sa pagsugpo sa Covid-19. Inanunsiyo rin ng MoPH ang 44 health facilities na aprubado upang magsagawa ng Covid-19 tests.
- Cabinet reimposes more Covid-19 restrictions effective Friday, April 9, 2021
Doha. In a regular Cabinet Meeting held this afternoon through video conference chaired by the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior H E Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, after reviewing the report of the Supreme Committee for Crisis Management regarding the plan to reimpose restrictions due to Covid-19 pandemic, and for the safety and health of the society, the Cabinet decided to reimpose further measures due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which will be effective from Friday, April 9, 2021, until further notice, as follows: The number of employees present at the workplace in government agencies to be reduced to 50% of the total number of employees in each entity, while the rest shall work from home, or on request, according to the circumstances, with the exception of the military, security and health sectors. The number of workers present at the workplace in the private sector to be reduced to 50% of the total number of employees in each office, and the rest of the workers to work from home. The Ministry of Trade and Industry, in coordination with the concerned authorities, to determine the necessary activities that are excluded from this decision. All meetings that are held for employees and workers in the government and private sectors shall be remotely using modern technology (e.g. online), unless not possible or is highly necessary, the meeting shall be held with not more than 5 persons, subject to following precautionary measures. All citizens and residents leaving their house for any reason are mandated to wear masks, unless the person is alone while driving the vehicle or with his family. All citizens and residents are mandated to activate the (EHTERAZ) application on smartphones when leaving the house for any reason. Mosques remain open for daily duties and Friday prayers, provided that Tarawih prayers are performed during the blessed month of Ramadan in homes, and children under 12 years old are not allowed to enter, while adhering to the precautionary measures set by the Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs, with the continued closure of toilets and ablution facilities. Social gatherings and visits in closed places in homes and majlis are prohibited. However, the gathering of a maximum of 5 people in open places who have completed their Covid-19 vaccine doses, is allowed. Winter camps are allowed for family members residing in the same house only. Weddings indoors or outdoors are not allowed. Gatherings or sitting are not allowed in public parks, beaches and the corniche. Individual sports such as walking, jogging and cycling are allowed, while playgrounds and sports equipment in those places will remain closed. No more than four (4) people including the driver shall be allowed inside a vehicle, except for family members residing in the same house. Bus transportation capacity remains at 50%, while passengers are required to take precautionary measures. The capacity of Doha Metro and other public transport services are reduced to 20 percent on weekdays and will not be available on certain routes. They will not operate on Fridays and Saturdays as well. Driving schools continue to be closed. Cinemas and theaters shall be closed. Private educational and training centers remain to be allowed to provide their services through remote communication programmes only. Nurseries to be closed. Public museums and libraries to be closed. Individual educational sessions remains to be allowed in centers designated for people with special needs, while adhering to special requirements set by the Ministry of Public Health. Sports teams trainings, whether indoors or outdoors, remain prohibited with the exception of preparatory training for local and international tournaments approved by the Ministry of Public Health. Obtaining prior approval from the Ministry of Public Health to organize local and international sporting events. All conferences, exhibitions and events are to be postponed. Capacity of malls remains to not exceed 30%; children under 16 years old are prohibited to enter in malls; prayer rooms and changing rooms in these complexes shall remain closed, with the continued closure of all food courts inside malls and allowing these restaurants to serve delivery and take out only. Restaurants and cafes are prohibited to serve food and drinks in open or closed places and to allow them to offer foods and drinks through take-out and delivery only. Rental services of boats, tourist yachts and pleasure boats remain suspended, with the exception of rental services for family members residing in the same house, or if non-family residing at the same house, not more than 5, provided that they have completed the Covid-19 vaccine doses. The traditional souqs markets continue to operate with a capacity not exceeding 30%, and children under 16 years old are not allowed to enter, with these markets being closed on Friday and Saturday of every week. Wholesale markets remain open with a capacity not exceeding 30%, and children under 16 years old are not allowed to enter. Beauty and hair salons shall be closed. Amusement parks and all entertainment centers continue to be closed. Health clubs and physical training clubs remain closed, while massage services, saunas, steam rooms, Jacuzzi services, and Moroccan and Turkish baths not allowed. Swimming pools and water parks remain closed. Medical services in private health facilities to remain not providing urgent health services, except in emergency cases. These private health services however are allowed to provide some of their medical services through modern means of communication. Cleaning and hospitality companies to stop providing their services during working hours to the establishments contracting with them, however they are allowed with a full capacity outside the working hours of those establishments, and to allow the provision of their services at home by one person only while adhering to the special requirements set by the Ministry of Public Health in coordination with the Ministry trade and Industry. The Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Public Health, the Ministry of Trade and Industry and other government agencies, each in its own jurisdiction, shall take the necessary measures in this regard, to ensure compliance with health requirements, procedures, and prescribed precautionary measures.
- Abangan bukas! Pinakahuling Covid-19 Status ilalabas ng MoPH at MoCI
Nakatakdang magdaos ng Joint Press Conference ang Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) at ang Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) upang mag-ulat tungkol sa pinakahuling lagay at updates sa Covid-19 sa bansa, bukas (Miyerkules), alas 9:00 PM ng gabi, ayon sa Marsal Qatar. Tinatayang marami pang restrictions ang iaanunsiyo upang ipatupad kaugnay pa rin sa pagtaas ng bilang nga mga kaso ng Covid-19. Mapapanood ang live telecast ng nasabing Joint Press Conference sa Qatar TV at Al Rayyan TV. Abangan! Samantala, patuloy na hinihikayat ng Qabayan Radio ang lahat ng mga Filipino expats sa Qatar na sumunod sa mga alituntuning ipipapatupad ng pamahalaan ng Qatar kaugnay sa pag-iingat at pagsugpo sa Covid-19.
- Home | Qabayan Radio 94.3
1/30 1/8 EXPOSE YOUR BRAND ON-AIR, ONLINE AND ON-GROUND! WHY ADVERTISE WITH US? ON AIR Flexible radio advertising packages that suit your budget. No matter how small or big your budget, Qabayan has the right package for you. Qabayan has professional creative production team who will take care of your radio advertising requirements. More Info ONLINE Web and social media exposures through Qabayan website and social media pages. Qabayan has an average annual web visits of more than one million, while its socials are liked and followed by more than 43,000 users. More Info ON GROUND Qabayan Radio reaches to more than 250,000 Filipino expatriates in Qatar through various community programs and events. Qabayan so far enjoys the highest rating among the Filipino expats being the only Filipino radio station in the country. More Info PROGRAMS & SEGMENTS The Morning Grind Weekdays morning show presented by RJ Joe. The program features music of various genre and beats, both of Original Pilipino Music (OPM) and international artists. The program also features segments such as the Question Of The Day (QOTD), Weather Updates, and Traffic Updates. This section is under construction. NEWS Flat Rate para sa Swab Test sa mga Private Health Facilities, itinakda ng MoPH sa QR300 155 Write a comment Cabinet reimposes more Covid-19 restrictions effective Friday, April 9, 2021 828 Write a comment Abangan bukas! Pinakahuling Covid-19 Status ilalabas ng MoPH at MoCI 594 Write a comment 1 Health Card, di na kailangan para mabakunahan - MoPH 538 Write a comment 3 World Autism Awareness Day: Providing a safe space to watch football 22 Write a comment Labor Attaché Dicang, kinilala ng Qabayan Radio 225 Write a comment 7 Read More EVENTS No upcoming events at the moment ABOUT US is the first and the only Filipino radio station in Qatar with commercial broadcast license under Tagalog Channel W.L.L. which was granted on the Qabayan Radio 4th of December 2018. It went on air on - a considered milestone for the entire Filipino expatriates community in Qatar. It was established to engage and entertain Filipinos, local residents and other nationals in the country. Moreover, it is established to promote music and entertainment with a Filipino touch that is always on trend, timely and relevant, a hybrid of western and oriental influence. 25th March 2019 The radio's name 'Qabayan Radio' exudes the fashion and adaptability of Filipino culture to the rest of the world and to its terrestrial area of operations. Qabayan Radio is spelled in a way to exhibit both Qatar and " " - a term commonly used by Filipino expats to affectionately call each fellow countrymen in the Philippines and abroad. Kabayan Know More OUR CLIENTS This section is under construction CONTACT US Room 301, Bldg. 44, Al Dafaf St., Al Sadd, Doha, State of Qatar firstname.lastname@example.org +974 4499 4944 I want to subscribe to the newsletter. Submit Thanks for submitting! Please leave this field empty.
- Online | Qabayan Radio 94.3
Online Advertising Since internet nowadays is part of peoples' lives and daily routine, online or digital marketing is therefore one of the most effective tools through which brands are exposed to the target customers. Here are Qabayan Radio's lead in online marketing: Filipinos are among the top users of the internet and social media platforms all over the world. In Qatar, Filipinos are the 5th highest population. Qabayan's website provides position for a web ads banner (980px x 224px) that displays in all pages. Qabayan's website has a radio and chat plugins that attract listeners to remain in the page, thus banners have maximum exposure potential. Qabayan's website is in both English and Tagalog, thus it caters to both Filipinos and English-speaking nationals. Qabayan has other active social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Youtube. Most importantly, Qabayan Radio is the first and only Filipino radio station in Qatar, hence it is the best place to place online advertising intended to Filipino community in the country. Book your appointment now with our Sales Executives: Book now! 1/30
- Advertise | Qabayan Radio 94.3
Place your ads with us now and get your customers tomorrow. How Qabayan Radio leads the competition in the market? Here are some facts: Filipino community is the 5th largest population in Qatar, with an estimated number of 250,000. Qabayan Radio is the only Filipino radio in Qatar. Qabayan Radio broadcasts in Tagalog (Filipino) and English languages, thus its listeners are not only Filipinos but other nationals as well. Filipinos are music-lover, expect them to always listen to music. Filipinos are sociable. As a matter of fact, Filipinos rank among the top social media users in the world. Qabayan Radio has professional and creative teams for production, broadcast, sales and marketing. Qabayan Radio is supported by virtue of partnership with Filipino community organisations in the country. Book your appointment now with our Sales Executives: Book now! 1/30
- Mga Proseso sa Paglipat sa Ibang Kumpanya
Nitong Agosto 31, 2020 ay naglabas ng bagong batas ang Amir ng Qatar, HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani na kinabibilangan ng Law No. 18 of 2020) na nag-aamyenda sa kaukulang probisyon ng Law No. 14 of 2004 (Qatar Labor Law) at Law No. 19 of 2020 na nag-aamyenda sa mga kaukulang probisyon ng Law No. 21 of 2015 (Residency Law) - ang parehong batas ay nagbabalangkas ng mga probisyon at paraan para sa paglipat ng isang manggagawa sa ibang kumpanya na mas pinadali at tumatanggal sa tinatawag na No Objection Certificate (NOC). Nailathala ang mga nasabing batas sa Official Gazette noong Setyembre 9, 2020 at nagkabisa na isang araw matapos ang petsa ng pagkakalathala nito. Sa dating batas bago ang nasabing pag-amyenda, ang isang manggagawa ay makakalipat lamang sa ibang kumpanya ng di na kailangan ang NOC kung natapos na nito ang termino ng kanyang kontrata, o kaya ay ang paglipat nito ay desisyon mismo ng kinauukulan bilang resulta ng napatunayang pang-aabuso ng employer. Maraming mga OFWs sa Qatar ang maaaring may tanong o kaya ay hindi pa alam ang mga proseso na dapat gawin upang makalipat sa ibang kumpanya ng maayos at naaayon sa batas. Narito ang mga dapat gawin: Mag download ng Change Employer Form mula sa website ng Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs (MADLSA), fill-upan at pirmahan ito. Punan ang mga impormasyon tungkol sa sarili (Personal Info) na nasa bandang taas ng form, ang sa bandang baba naman ay mga impormasyon tungkol sa magiging bagong employer. Tiyakin na tama ang mga impormasyong iyong isusulat sa form. Papirmahan at palagyan ng stamp ang Form sa magiging bagong employer. Para naman sa mga kasambahay, hindi na kailangan ang computer card at stamp sa form. Mag login sa e-Services page ng MADLSA upang e submit itong Form (application). Tiyakin na tama ang impormasyong iyong isusulat sa online submission katulad ng iyong QID at mobile number na dapat nakapangalan ang simcard sa'yo. Hintayin ang confirmation ng MADLSA within one week, matapos nitong ma-proseso ang iyong application. Magsesend ito ng notification sa'yo at sa'yong current employer para sa notice period. Kung ang iyong application ay hindi kompleto, makakatanggap ka rin ng notification tungkol dito at kung ano pang mga impormasyon o dokyumento ang kailangan mong e submit. Sa puntong yan, ang mga susunod na proseso ay gagawin na ng iyong magiging bagong employer, tulad ng mga sumusunod: Kapag natapos na ang notice period, tutuloy na sa pagproseso ng employment contract ang iyong magiging bagong employer sa pamamagitan ng digital certification services ng MADLSA. Kapag tapos na ang certification ng employment contract, tutuloy na ang iyong magiging bagong employer sa MOI website o Metrash2 para sa pagproseso ng iyong tuluyang paglipat. Maaari nyo pong e comment ang inyong iba pang mga tanong at paglilinaw tungkol dito.
- Proseso sa pagtapos o pagputol sa kontrata para mag 'exit for good'
Sa unang post ko kaugnay sa paglipat ng isang manggagawa sa ibang kumpanya ng di na kakailanganin ang NOC alinsunod sa Qatar laws no. 18 and 19 of 2020, ay naipaliwanag ang mga prosesong dapat sundin ng mga manggagawa na nais lumipat sa ibang kumpanya. Tandaan po natin na ang paglipat sa ibang kumpanya ay nangangahulugan na meron kang natanggap ng Offer Letter, dahil kasama sa dapat mong ilagay sa Change Employer Form ay mga impormasyon tungkol sa iyong magiging bagong employer. Kung ikaw ay aalis sa kasalukuyan mong kumpanya na wala pa namang lilipatan o wala pa namang natatanggap na Offer Letter, ay tiyak na mare-reject lamang din ito ng kinauukulan. Ngayon, paano naman ang mga proseso na dapat sundin ng isang manggagawa na nais ng tapusin o putulin ang kanyang kontrata sa isang kumpanya para umuwi na, 'ika nga e mag exit na for good? Narito ang mga proseso: Mag download ng Leave Country Form sa website ng MADLSA (Click to Download). E fill-up at pirmahan ang nadownload na Leave Country Form. E submit ang form sa MADLSA online para sa kanilang pag-proseso. Hintayin ang confirmation ng MADLSA sa loob ng isang linggo matapos itong ma-submit, na nagtatakda ng notice period. Tandaan na lahat ng aplikasyon ay ayon sa mga terms and conditions na nilalabas ng MADLSA. Kung may mga isyu o problemang teknikal kaugnay sa nasabing mga proseso, maaaring tawagan ang MADLSA sa mga numerong 4028 8888, o kaya ay mag email sa support@ADLSA.gov.qa Meron ka pa bang karagdagang mga tanong? Maaari mong e comment dito.
- Dapat bang mag resign kung patapos na ang kontrata at ayaw mo ng magtuloy sa trabaho sa kompanya?
Kamakailan ay naglabas ng paglilinaw ang ADLSA na kinakailangan ang kopya ng resignation letter para sa mga manggagawa na nais lumipat sa ibang kumpanya. Dahil dito, marami po tayong nababasa na mga katanungan tulad halimbawa ng, 'kung kailangan pa bang mag resign kapag patapos na ang kontrata?' Kung patapos na po ang kontrata o kung ang iyong pag-alis sa kompanya ay dahil sa pagtatapos ng iyong kontra, hindi na po rito kailangan ang resignation. Logically, bakit ka pa magre-resign gayong tapos na pala kontrata mo? Pero, kailangan pa rin na magbigay ng notice sa employer na nagsasabing hindi ka na interesadong e renew o e extend ito, alinsunod sa kailangang Notice Period na nakatakda sa Article 49 ng Law No. 14 of 2004 as amended. Sinasabi rin sa batas na kung hindi na extend ang kontrata matapos mag expire ito, at tumuloy-tuloy pa rin ang pagtrabaho mo, ang nasabing kontrata ay awtomatikong renewed at magiging open-ended contract kung ito man dati ay fixed-term. Kinakailangan mo lang mag resign o magsumite ng 'notice to terminate the work contract agreement' kung ang kontrata mo ay hindi pa tapos (ixed-term contract), o kaya ay ang klase ng iyong kontrata ay open-ended.