Kittelson & Carpo Consulting – Infographics
We craft educational and easily digestible infographics on various business topics that are of interest to established and aspiring entrepreneurs in the Philippines. We represent information and data on a healthy mix of topics, from new government issuances and compliance requirements to useful tips on what to do before starting a business in the Philippines.
Did not work on Regular Holiday = Daily rate + COLA *COLA = Cost of living allowance
Did not work on Special Holiday = “No Work, No Pay” **unless there is a favorable company policy, practice, or collective bargaining agreement (CBA) granting payment of wages on special days even if unworked.
Uber is a ride sharing app that allows you to get a ride in minutes
Grab is a location-based car, taxi, and express delivery app
Waze is the world’s largest community-based traffic and navigation app
Research the government regulations applicable to the industry you wish to enter
Determine the restrictions on foreign ownership of business or ownership of property including private land
Check the foreign exchange policies
Top 10 reasons why employees stay
Good Benefits and Incentives
Working environment satisfaction
Regular Employee – An employee engaged to perform activities which are necessary or desirable in the business of the employer except if employment has been fixed for a specific project. An employee is considered a Regular Employee if work rendered is at least 1 year.
Serious misconduct or willful disobedience of lawful orders of his/her employer
Gross and habitual neglect by the employee of his/her duties
Inhuman and unbearable treat
Application for Approval of Start of Commercial Operations (SCO) – first year only
The application for approval of SCO is one of the prerequisites for the validation of the Income Tax Holiday (ITH) Incentive and securing of the PEZA Certificate of Available Incentives. This must be filed within seven (7) days from the actual commencement of commercial operations.
The Philippine Economy is booming and one of its driving force is the Business Process Management Industry. With the Country’s diverse workforce and its flexibility to blend with different cultures, businesses from around the world can easily outsource or set up their operations in the country.
Restricted foreign nationals are required to secure an entry visa before they can enter the Philippines
Unrestricted foreign nationals can travel to the Philippines without an entry visa but needs to secure return or outward bound ticket
Make sure your passport is valid at least 6 months