Report by Richa Noriega
Published online by the Manila Bulletin, November 6, 2019
The Manila Public Employment Services Office (PESO) and McDonald’s Philippines on Monday held an orientation for 62 senior citizens who will be working in its 22 stores in the capital city.
In a Facebook post, the Manila Public Information Office shared photos of the 62 senior citizens who were part of the orientation.
“The Manila Public Employment Services Office (PESO) and McDonald’s Philippines on Monday, November 4, held an orientation for 62 senior citizens who will be working in 22 stores in the nation’s capital,” the caption read.
Last September 9, the city government of Manila has signed a memorandum of agreement with McDonald’s to hire 135 senior citizens and persons with disabilities in its 40 stores across the metro.
The qualified applicants will undergo a training program approved by the PESO of Manila and the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).
The partnership will provide senior citizens and PWDs, the opportunity to earn, learn and develop new skills. (With a report from Erma Edera)
This article is originally published by the Manila Bulletin which can be accessed online at https://news.mb.com.ph/2019/11/06/manila-peso-mcdonalds-hold-orientation-for-62-senior-citizens-to-work-in-22-stores-in-manila/