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Arnell and Rica Help Pinoy Workers in Newest DZMM Teleradyo Show ‘Labor of Love’

Labor Of Love or “LOL” is the newest DZMM Teleradyo show that just started airing last February 14, 2020, from 9 pm to 10 pm.

It has started helping out fellow Pinoys abroad through its charismatic hosts – no less than Deputy Administrator or fondly called “DA Arnell Ignacio” due to his former stint as Overseas Worker’s Welfare Administration DA, as well as the position of PAGCOR Vice-President for its CSR department and Rica Lazo of “Wow Trending” from the same radio/TV/online channel.

This week, the dynamic duo will share with us the Department of Labor and Employment’s (DOLE) role in helping Filipino workers abroad if and when they lose their job overseas because of a company close-down.

This is a very timely topic as the global health crisis is still very much affecting pretty much all industries right now while others still do not know yet how this will affect them in the near future as the entire world is faced with the battle against the seemingly relentless NCOV, and other factors affecting businesses worldwide.

Ignacio and Lazo will tackle the closing of Hanjin Shipbuilding company in 2019, Honda this year and how DOLE can be of assistance to our displaced “kababayans.” What is the government’s program for these types of cases? This tandem is known for its light and easy yet informative very informative approach to issues. They are very entertaining as well.

Towards the end of each show is their much-awaited segment “Help Help Hooray” where they shed light or if need be or whenever possible, solve caller issues on the spot.

In a special segment called “Nikkipedia” which will guest Secretary Silvestre Bello III, get special ideas on alternative jobs abroad to maximize your income potential while far away from the family.

Get the help you need as an Overseas Worker. Learn more about the “Labor of Love” show and know how to interact with its hosts via its social media pages @DaLaborofLove on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Like and follow its pages now. Catch it Friday nights at 9 to 10 PM, Manila time.

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