Here are the top news stories in Cebu for today, May 30, 2016.

500 job orders in Cebu City Hall may lose jobs

TARGET WORKERS. Acting Cebu City Mayor Margot Osmena warned that 500 job-order employees of Cebu City Hall may lose their jobs. (Photo from Margot Osmena's FB page)
REVIEW OF JOBS. Acting Cebu City Mayor Margot Osmena warned that 500 job-order employees of Cebu City Hall may lose their jobs. (Photo from Margot Osmena’s FB page)

The change in power at Cebu City Hall may mean trouble for some 500 job order workers, who risk losing their jobs, according to acting Cebu City mayor Margot Osmeña. The acting mayor said Cebu City Hall doesn’t have a clear record of the number of job order workers but said 600 of them charge their salaries with the city’s calamity fund. Of the number of workers, Osmeña said they recognize only 100 of the job order workers. She said that even City Hall’s human resources department cannot give them a list of the workers.

They are not going to be renewed until we find out what they’re working on, unless they are validated. They are supposed to be project-based only. Acting Cebu City Mayor Margot Osmeña.

A City Hall transition committee member who asked not to be named told Cebu Daily News they found at least 2,000 job order workers assigned to different Cebu City Government offices.

If you’re dealing with an untimely job exit, consider hiring a lawyer when negotiations with your former employer become complex and you need legal guidance to protect your rights and interests.

Read: Cebu Daily News: Margot goes after job order workers

Mandaue to buy CICC in 6 months

MANDAUE City is planning to purchase the Cebu International Convention Center, which was damaged by two calamities, in six months. Vice Mayor-elect Carlo Fortuna met with Gov. Hilario Davide III, outgoing Mandaue city mayor Jonas Cortes and Mayor-elect Luis Gabriel Quisumbing to talk about Capitol’s plan to allow Mandaue to buy CICC.

Mandaue will be buying it and part of the commitment after the acquisition of CICC is to continue the plan to establish a product exhibition center and provide offices to the Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Department of Trade and Industry. Vice Mayor-elect Carlo Fortuna.

Read: Sun.Star Cebu: Mandaue confident of completing CICC purchase in 6 months

Rama raises more questions after returning 2 vehicles

TWO vehicles with the vanity plate mayor were turned over at the South Road Properties, where all the vehicles owned by the Cebu City are being kept, upon the recall order of Acting Cebu City Mayor Margot Osmena. However, the return of the two vehicles only elicited more questions from Osmeña, who wondered why suspended Cebu City mayor Mike Rama had two vehicles.

“The other (newer) one just came in last March, after his suspension…but still, why will we get a new one when the other one is not that old?” Acting Cebu City Mayor Margot Osmeña.

“He used the other one as a decoy. That’s how paranoid Mike Rama was.” former Cebu City councilor Augustus Pe Jr.

Read: Cebu Daily News: Osmena questions Rama’s purchase of vehicles.

Other Cebu News

» Sun.Star Cebu: Prosecutor resolves concubinage case vs. two lawyers caught in pension house

» Sun.Star Cebu: Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry hopes to restore Cebu City’s rivers

» Sun.Star Cebu: Duterte supporters question appointment of businessman Michael Diño as presidential assistant for Visayas

» Sun.Star Cebu: Family of dead 76-year-old receives wrong corpse

» Cebu Daily News: Police eye vendetta in Cebuano couple’s death in Bohol

» Cebu Daily News: Community mourns ‘generous’ drug lord’s death in Bohol

» Cebu Daily News: Cebu City’s disaster team prepares for rainy season

» Cebu Daily News: Red Lips management applies for new permit under new name

» Cebu Daily News: Tatay Baste returns to CCPO, vows to continue helping street kids

» Cebu Daily News: Church launches book on International Eucharistic Congress

Cebu Business News

» Sun.Star Cebu: PLDT says subsidy needed to improve internet

» Sun.Star Cebu: One Paseo promotes lifestyle strip

» Cebu Daily News: Digong, Magpale assure Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry of support

Cebu Sports News

» Sun.Star Cebu: Nietes stops Garcia in five rounds

» Cebu Daily News: Donnie ready to take on the best in 112 division

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