The institution and competency-based trainings in the provincial government-run Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center was completed yesterday by 102 scholars .
Of the graduates, 51 completed the Nihongo Culture Course, 49 the Contact Center Services NC II, and two students from Japan completed the English l anguage p roficiency , Cristina Orbecido, NOLITC administrator, said.
Blind massage workers
lament over deduction
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA
Nine workers of a blind massage parlor at 888 Chinatown Square in Bacolod City complained against their employer for alleged deduction.
Melvin Caspe, president of United PWD Association for Rehabilitation and Development Inc., claimed that their employer, Elmer Dela Cruz of Elmer’s Blind Massage, has been charging them additional P80 every day on top of the 70-30 percent profit sharing they have agreed on.
He said that, based on their agreement, the 30 percent goes to their employer, who they allege, is still deducting P80 from each employee every day as rental fee.