Kittelson & Carpo Consulting – Blogs
Our blog section features original articles on finance, foreign investments, industry updates, entrepreneurship, and other business topics for people who want to gain knowledge on the Philippines’ business environment and economic profile.
Our articles also provide valuable insights on best practices in doing business in the Philippines for local and foreign entrepreneurs looking to set up operations in the country.
Every manager wants an enthusiastic and engaged workforce. Not only are motivated employees easier to lead, they also have higher levels of productivity and profitability. But how do you lead and motivate your staff in the middle of a global pandemic?
The COVID-19 Adjustment Measures Program (CAMP) is a one-time financial assistance of P5,000 from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) for private-sector workers who had salary deductions or temporary suspensions during the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) period in the Philippines due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To encourage small enterprises, the Philippine Congress has revised the Corporation Code to include a new legal entity — the One Person Corporation (OPC).
Starting a business is easier said than done. You have to consider a lot of things before you establish your company. But above all else, the first question you need to answer is “How will I fund my business?”
On February 20, 2019, the government passed the Revised Corporation Code (RCC) of the Philippines (Republic Act 11232). The revisions aim to make it easier to register and maintain a business in the country. Chief among its reforms is the creation of the One Person Corporation (OPC) and the establishment of corporate perpetuity.