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Living Coral

Living Coral Corp. is a leading manufacturer and exporter of complete ranges


of pastry and confectionery products that are best fror human consumption.

Living Coral opened in 1975 as a relatively small scale family run bakery. With 80
employees and many of the products being manually produced. After a
decade, name and business strength has been earned by our company due to
professional equipped staff. Living Coral achieved through the management’s
commitment to the principle of continous improvement in food technologies.
Living Coral began business by supplying the region with breads, pastries, sweets
and confectionery.

Today, Living Coral is the largest bakeries in Dasmariñas. However, it remains


family run. We have a workforce of over 1,500 and the capacity to produce 1
million cupcakes and cake rolls alone every day.

Our range of products has diversified and expanded to meet the needs of the
growing customer base. Living Coral now produces 2,500 different types of
bakery items, breads, pastries, sweets, confectionary, muffins, cakes and
cupcakes are just a fraction of the variety of products. Even with a large
product base we still surpass our competitors with superior customer satisfaction
and consistently excellent quality of goods.

Logo Description:

The Living Coral represents all bakery items, bread, pastries and sweets It
represents the ability to fill ourselves with light and life, expand without ego, to
trust our community, to embrace togetherness and oneness to build something
beautiful and bigger than ourselves. The branches serves as variety of our
products and access to different places.
Type of Business: Food Business

Nature of Business: Corporation

PRE OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

Barangay Clearance – this is a certificate that your business complies with the
requirements of the barangay where your business is located. This is one of the
most basic requirements as you will need this to get a mayor’s permit. To get a
barangay clearance, you may visit the barangay office where your business is
located.

DTI (Business Name (BN) Registration Certificate – This certificate aims to


maintain a nationwide registry if business names mainly on Sale Proprietorship. It
is the first document you will need to complete the steps in registering a
business.

Mayor’s Business Permit – This is one of the requirements for every business or
company to operate in the Philippines. Business must secure a Mayor’s Business
Permit or the Local Government Office where their business is located and
operated. Requirement obtaining a Mayor’s Permit may vary from different
cities and municipalities.

SEC Certificate of Registration - Corporations (stock or non stock) and


partnership must secure a certificate of incorporation of certificate of
partnership with the Securities and Exchange Comission (SEC) to be considered
as legal or judicial entitities. This is also a document you may use for registering
with the BIR and other government office.

BIR Certificate of Registration – This certicicate makes your business legal and to
avoid the risk of being a tax evader. Any business must be registered with the BIR
to comply Philippine tax requirements. BIR registration will assign a TIN (Taxpayer
Identification Number) to the company/business owner will give the business
authority to print it’s official receipts and invoices, registered to the book of
accounts. You must go to the BIR office which has juridiction of the place where
your business is located.

CTC (Community Tax Certificate) Employees’ Registration – must be issued to


every individual or corporation upon payment of the community tax. Every
Filipino who is at 18 years old and has been regularly employed for atleast 30
consecutive working days must have his/her own cedula.

SSS Employer’s Registration – Republic Act 8282 or otherwise known as the social
security act of 1997 requires businessess or business owners who use the services
of another person or employees in business, trade, industry, or any undertaking
with the SSS (Social Security System)

PAG IBIG Employer’s Registration – Employers also have to register with the
Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF) to secure their PAG IBIG Employer ID
number and to provide required benefits to their employees, who could be fund
members.

PhilHealth Employer’s Registration – All business and employees are also required
with PhilHealth to enable them to provide social health insurance coverage to
their employees.

DOLE Registration – Business with five or more than employees are encouraged
to register with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) for the
purpose of monitoring their compliance with labor regulations.

HIRING PROCEDURES

Manager

 Male or Female
 At least 25 – 40 years old
 Graduate of any 4 year course in Business Administration
 Knowledge and experience in business, supervision and management
 Knowledge of the functions, operation and mission of the speciic
department.
 Better than average written and spoken communication.
 Understanding intrapersonal relationship building and employee
coaching and development skills.
 Has knowledge of industries

DESCRIPTION

 ealth and safety of the workforce.

 Carrying out and attaining the mission and the goals of the business unit
managed.

 Development of a superior workforce.

 Development of the department.

 Development of an employee-oriented company culture that emphasizes


quality, continuous improvement, key employee retention and
development, and high performance.

 Personal ongoing self-development and personal growth as an


employee.

 lan staffing levels.

 Work with Human Resources staff to recruit, interview, select, hire, and
employ an appropriate number of employees.

 Provide oversight and direction to the employees in the operating unit in


accordance with the organization's policies and procedures.
 Coach, mentor and develop staff, including overseeing new employee
onboardingand providing career development planning and
opportunities.

 Empower employees to take responsibility for their jobs and


goals. Delegate responsibility and expect accountability and regular
feedback.

 Foster a spirit of teamwork and unity among department members that


allows for disagreement over ideas, conflict and expeditious conflict
resolution, and the appreciation of diversity as well as cohesiveness,
supportiveness, and working effectively together to enable each
employee and the department to succeed.

 Consciously create a workplace culture that is consistent with the overall


organization's and that emphasizes the identified mission, vision, guiding
principles, and values of the organization.

 Lead employees using a performance management and development


process that provides an overall context and framework to encourage
employee contribution and includes goal setting, feedback, and
performance development planning.

 Lead employees to meet the organization's expectations for productivity,


quality, and goal accomplishment.

 Provide effective performance feedback through employee recognition,


rewards, and disciplinary action, with the assistance of Human Resources,
when necessary.

 Maintain employee work schedules including assignments, job rotation,


training, vacations and paid time off, telecommuting, cover
for absenteeism, and overtime scheduling.
 Maintain transparent communication. Appropriately communicate
organization information through department meetings, one-on-one
meetings, and appropriate email, IM, and regular interpersonal
communication.

COUNTER ATTENDANT

 Female, at least 18 – 30 years old


 High School Graduate
 Ability to take and fill orders
 Has experience in cleaning and maintaining dining area
 Competent at preparing food and speciality beverages.
 Skills indelivering food orders at courses and tables.
 Special talent for maintaining cleanliness, clearing and wiping tables and
sweeping floors.
 Excellent costumer service skills
 Professional appearance and manners
 Bilingual: English and Tagalog
 Excellent Communication Skills

DESCRIPTION

 Greet customers as they come into the café and offer your assistance
with their orders

 Ring up food orders and communicate those orders to the kitchen staff,
making sure to note any special requests so all items are made correctly

 Explain menu items to customers with enthusiasm and descriptive


language, and be knowledgeable about our ingredients so you can tell
customers about our commitment to quality, local, organic food sources
 Offer suggestions for order substitutions for customers with allergies or
other dietary restrictions

 Offer to help customers find seating and carry items to their tables

 Ensure there is always hot, fresh coffee brewed and ready for customers,
and keep coffee station clean and stocked with cream, sugar and other
items

 Direct customers to anything they need, such as utensils, coffee items,


booster seats or directions to the restroom

 Ask customers if they want their order for here or to go, and explain that
all to-go orders use our eco-friendly, compostable packaging