Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Tweet Scoop: Jinri Park Laments Demanding Clients Who Cannot Pay Talents on Time






Images courtesy of Twitter: jinri_88

36 comments:

  1. She needs to report them to the government. Bakit ka maghihintay ng 1, 2, 3, even 4 years?!?! My gosh, bawal at labag sa batas yan! Expose them.

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    1. Big companies hire third party contractors to handle their events. It is the third party's responsibility to pay the talents. Baka yung contractor ang may atraso at ginagamit lang na reason d sila nabayaran ng client

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  2. Pano yun after the event? “Thank you, next time ulit” ganun? Kapal ha

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  3. Anong point ng mga tweets mo if hindi mo naman pala kayang mag name drop?

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    1. Decency and professionalism dictate. Of course cautious din siya for her ongoing and future projects baka makaaffect

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    2. Hi 1:19 Her half baked rants are not helpful if she will not going to tell the whole story.

      Look at Ethel nag name drop ayun may progress na yung concerns niya.

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    3. Meh, she is giving the client a chance to pay her without damaging them on social media. It’s smart actually.

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    4. Chance after 4 years? Move on na. You will never get paid.

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  4. Rant ka din sa socmed ate girl. Bukas nandyan na yan. At ng mahiya naman din sila

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  5. Sana mag speak up lahat ng artists na d pa nababayaran tas i spill ung name. Sana naman kabahan mga cliente na d nag babayad

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  6. Nakakamiss si Cynthia Luster

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  7. Pangalanan na mga yan ng ma boycott ang products o show nila! Napaka unprofessional!!!

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  8. Doesn’t non-payment qualify as estafa? She can sue

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  9. Kahibangan na yang 3-4 years na naghintay. Wala talaga silang plano magbayad. Drop the professionalism girl and name names.

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  10. More than 3mo of non-payment, name and shame them! They should not hire public personalities for their events if they can not pay on time. I pity those who are not well-known, they probably got it worse.

    My first job was almost daily OT-TY for about a year. Not even some snacks to help us tide through the tiredness of working at least 3hrs more than the normal timings. It was hard, but if there's one thing I can be thankful of, it's of rarely catching cold and cough/15 years and counting of no flu after daily inhaling the aroma of bundles of new and old bills.

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    1. Buti kung may TY pa kami sa work. Mapapagalitan pa ng boss kahit puro libreng render ng 3h OT araw araw.

      May mga abusadong employer talaga

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  11. So sad! This is why you need a UNION! If you're a member, go seek help and you should get paid with interest.

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    1. Mahina ang Union sa pilipinas kasi lahat dito may presyo. Gets?

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  12. If you are allowing them not to pay you for 4 loooong years... you're also part of the problem.

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    1. That’s nice of you. Blame the victim why don’t you.

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    2. baks walang choice ganyan kalakaran. di ako artista pero one of behind the scenes matagal talaga

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  13. Ang tagal ha. Pangalanan para magka-alaman na at para mag-bayad na sa yo. Baka marami din kayong biktima at least malalaman ng lahat.

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  14. Daming ganyan. Kaya I understand Lea Salonga sa rule nya if you'll get her as your talent, you need to pay in cash and in full.

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    1. Tama siya dun. Pero hindi lahat kaya makapag demand ng ganyan. But again mali at labag sa batas ang hindi magbayad sa taong nagtrabaho.

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  15. Hmmm, they should get better agents. That’s the agents job, to go after the employers for payments on time.

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  16. Naku, wala ba siyang agent to do that for her? Wala naman siya.

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  17. Dapat lahat ng projects may contract. How much to pay, and when...

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  18. Lol deeply ingrained ba talagasa kultura natin yung mahilig sa utang?

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  19. It's quite common in the entertainment industry there - from TV, radio, print - even models have this problem. Labour law has no mandate, it seems.

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    1. tama ka 10:57, sa manufacturing industry lang naman mabilis ang DOLE kasi hawak halos karamihan ng mga militanteng grupo at syempre takot ng DOLE maglayasan ang mga foreign investors. mga new and struggling artists kasi tinatakot pa yan na iba-blacklist pag nakitaang palaban. yung iba naman papangakuan lang ng more exposures e syempre pag da hu ka pa pikit-mata na lang baka nga sa next project, umaasa sila to hit it big. masyadong savage ang advertising industry

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  20. ako nga malate lang ng ilang oras ang sahod ko kung ano ano ng talak at follow up ang inaabot ng HR at manager ko eh. sya pa kayang 3-4 years.

    at para sa mga nagvivictim blame dito na bakit di nalang pangalanin or bakit nya pinaabot ng ganon katagal. hindi nya ho kasalanan kung di nagbayad ng tama ang client. tapos pag sinabi nya ang name ang sasabihin nyo naman is dapat nag private message nalang sya. ang gulo gulo nyo po sa earth

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  21. Sakay din sa issue Mars??

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    1. ay bakit? nag-iisa sa mundo si ethel booba na pinaghintay ng TF? thousands ang struggling artists sa Pinas atih kaya maganda yang may nagsasalita laban sa mga mapang-abusong tao

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  22. Well, it seems that may problema sa ganyang industry. I have a friend who belongs in the same industry, his family migrated in US and and before they left may collectibles pa sila more than 1M. Sad.

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