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Push Your Career Forward with These Tips

Push Your Career Forward with These Tips

Negosentro.com | We’ve talked about various financial and money tips on this site. Whether it’s for repaying your debts quickly or to expand your financial capabilities, one of the tips that always came up in these discussions is getting ahead in your career. Being able to move up the corporate ladder usually means getting better pay and benefits. These next tips will help you push your career forward like never ...

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Work Tips From a 25-year old Yuppie to a Fresh Grad

Work Tips From a 25-year old Yuppie to a Fresh Grad

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com Congratulations! You made it through the four corners of the classroom, now, it’s time to for you to prepare for the a.k.a “real world.” Here are some of my tips for a fresh grad, I’ve been there, and the “struggle is real.” “Adulting”, this is becoming a dubbed term to growing up. It is not easy, it will be very challenging. You might think that the tough days ...

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Reasons Why You STILL CANNOT Quit your Day Job

Reasons Why You STILL CANNOT Quit your Day Job

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com Want to live your dreams and passion? Take note of the red flags below why you still can’t quit your job to pursue your passion. 1. You don’t have enough cash Money is the most important factor to pursuing your passion. And if that passion requires starting a business, you need a lot of pesos to make it stable. You need to enough cash for the ...

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Misconceptions of a Call Center Agent-Debunked!

Misconceptions of a Call Center Agent-Debunked!

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com In the call center industry, there are things that people only believe about. CSR, Joel Rigonan, confesses the misconceptions of being a call center agent. Customer service representative or also known as “CSR”- This my longest tenure in a job so far. However, I want to debunk some misconceptions about the customer service industry, specifically in the call center industry. Some of us might think, that ...

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Topics you Should NOT share at Work

Topics you Should NOT share at Work

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com There are limitations of being a socialite at work. Certain topics should not be shared at work. Here things you should to zip your mouth about. 1. Salary Usually during orientation before starting a job, human resource officers makes it clear to new employees to not ask each other’s salary. Some companies are strict with this, it’s even in their company rule book. An admissions counselor at Marymount Manhattan College Samantha ...

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A Shy Employee’s Rules to Standing Out

A Shy Employee’s Rules to Standing Out

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com Sometimes, being overly confident is not the key to standing out in the workplace. Here are surefire ways of an introvert to be positively noticed in the office-the good way! 1. Search for positions fit to your personality If you are a beginner in the modern working world, you need to decide on what kind of career path you want to take. Know what you are passionate with and ...

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How to Sell Real Estate Like a Rock Star

How to Sell Real Estate Like a Rock Star

Negosentro.com | Selling real estate can take its toll on any broker or agent, with the pressure of hitting your quota and the desire to achieve a sizeable commission to take home to your family constantly at the back of your mind. Still, it’s an incredibly rewarding experience when your hard work ends with keys changing hands and a signature on the dotted line. If you think that people who ...

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Ways to Find Inspiration

Ways to Find Inspiration

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Whether you are a budding artist or young in the business, you need inspiration to think of brilliant ideas for your tasks. If you need a bit of refresher, here are ways to find inspiration. 1. Review contents of brands Look for stories of trusted brands and what you like. Search and follow their social media accounts. Observe what kind of posts they do. If ...

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People you Should Befriend at Work

People you Should Befriend at Work

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com You’re not required to create a small circle of friends from different departments. But it helps if you do have a good relationship at least one employee from each department.  Here are the people you should at least befriend with, and why you need to. 1. Your Boss “Befriending” your boss should be easy when you know how to do your job well and master ...

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How Not to Look and Sound Dumb on a Job Interview

How Not to Look and Sound Dumb on a Job Interview

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com It’s not enough to wear the best attire and your well written curriculum vitae when you go to a job interview. Sometimes the words you speak makes you look and sound dumb. To nail that job you want, stay away from saying the following. 1. ‘Um,’ ‘uh,’ or ‘err’ These fillers don’t make you look smarter. Does your curriculum vitae or biodata have these words? None, ...

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51Talk IPO at NYSE, looks to expand operations in the Philippines

51Talk IPO at NYSE, looks to expand operations in the Philippines

Manila, Philippines - The Philippines has become the global hotspot of back office process outsourcing and call centers in the past decade. Highly proficient in English with an understanding of American culture, Filipinos have become the top choice of companies looking for inbound and outbound voice-based services. It comes as no surprise that the Filipinos’ excellent grasp of English combined with their innate ability to help and serve, have made ...

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Types of Effective Salespeople

Types of Effective Salespeople

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com In the sales industry, you meet different kinds of customers as well as salespeople. If you are part of a sales team, take note of the types of effective salespeople. Which one are you? Based on Harvard’s Business Review (HBR), there are only 9.1 % of client meetings that result in a sale and only 1 in 250 salespeople are consistently effective. Clearly, the sales industry ...

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