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Pinoy Career Women Bag Essentials

Pinoy Career Women Bag Essentials

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com It’s your first day on the job and you’re about to prepare your things. Do you know exactly what to bring? First job or just transferred to another company, don’t forget to bring the essentials. It’s not just your mobile phone. 1. Notepad and pen In the real world, tasks will not be jotted down on the blackboard, instead, it is verbally told. Lucky for you ...

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How to Communicate Change in Company Culture to Your Employees

How to Communicate Change in Company Culture to Your Employees

Ann Gabriel | Negosentro.com Research suggests that employees and managers have different views about corporate values and culture. According to the study conducted by Vitalsmarts, employees think their managers want obedience, predictability, competition and deference to authority. Whereas, managers want innovation, initiative and teamwork. The difference in their perception negatively affects workers’ performance, commitment and motivation towards their job. 1. Understand why you want to change your culture You can’t just ...

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Art is a calling: Is it calling you?

Art is a calling: Is it calling you?

Negosentro.com | Many people are having the misconception that art graduates don’t get so much of jobs easily as compared to other graduates however this is not the reality .In real life creativity also matters equally as the degree matters for getting a job. If you are creative in any field you must choose it and start building your career in that field. It is true that mostly some jobs ...

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The Truth about First Job

The Truth about First Job

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com So you passed the test and you are already employed? Know what to expect on your first job. 1. It’s not like school. When you get sick, you don’t just go MIA at work. You still need to go to work if you can. Yes, there are sick leaves but petty “sickness” are not acceptable. You are not skipping classes, you are there to work, ...

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How to be a Successful Side-hustler

How to be a Successful Side-hustler

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com If you have a full-time day-job, and you are running other businesses on the side, then you are considered a “side-hustler.” It’s basically like a “freelancer.” But what are the steps or ways to become a successful side-hustler? Here’s how. 1. Own it. What does that mean? It means being serious to stay committed as a side-hustler.  A second career means you are on call 24/7, ...

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Need Creative Juice? Here are the Concoctions

Need Creative Juice? Here are the Concoctions

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Thinking out of the box is what we’ve learned from the four corners of the classroom. But this means we need a lot of creative juice. The problem is how do we get those “creative juice?” Here are the mixes. 1. Don’t force it When you’re about to start a project but you’ve been sitting in front of it for more than an hour already, ...

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Does HR contribute to the bottomline?

Does HR contribute to the bottomline?

by Homerun Nievera | via HomerNievera.com | Growing companies, especially those coming from SME status find it hard to rationalize the important role of Human Resources, more so, an HR department. But companies such as call centers and others in the business process outsourcing industry see HR as a vital cog in the organization. The question remains — does HR have a positive impact on a company’s bottomline? A good place to ...

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School or Scam? 9 of the Biggest Education Scams in History

School or Scam? 9 of the Biggest Education Scams in History

Negosentr0.com | via Kyla Camille | When you apply for college and financial aid, the last thing you would expect is to be part of a large scale scam. Unfortunately, criminal minds find ways to dig into the pockets of everyone, including students who need financial aid. The graphic below shows some of the largest scale scams in higher education to date, including details on what happened with Trump University. ...

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Deadline to submit papers for AAOU 2016 extended to July 15

Deadline to submit papers for AAOU 2016 extended to July 15

by Kyla Camille | Negosentro.com | Good news! The deadline for abstract submission for the 30th Annual Conference of the Asian Association of Open Universities (AAOU) has been moved to 15 July 2016. With the theme “Open Education in Asia: Changing Perspectives,” AAOU 2016 will be the biggest gathering of international and local experts, practitioners, and students of open and distance e-learning (ODeL) in the country and in the region. ...

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Job Hunting? Clean Up your Social Media Platforms

Job Hunting? Clean Up your Social Media Platforms

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Job hunting can be more efficient and effective when you clean up your social media platforms. Employers are no longer old school; your profile is within their fingertips before your official interview! You may be ready with your wardrobe, your killer cover letter and Curriculum Vitae, however, employers do not only check on that. Since everything is almost searchable on the internet, it would be ...

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The Truth About Socializing at Work

The Truth About Socializing at Work

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com There are groups that you interact with in your workplace. It could be with your boss, colleagues or your clients, what are the limits that you need to remember when socializing? Here’s the truth about it. Company Day-off Team building does not happen that often. This is an opportunity for coworkers to enjoy the free time but still poise and rowdiness must be observed. Mostly ...

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How to Deal with Office Gossip

How to Deal with Office Gossip

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Rumors are quite infectious. Someone starts it, then more follows and spreads the juicy details. It could be addicting to always be in the know. But really, sometimes too much gossip ruins relationships and career. So deal with office gossip with a few fail-proof ways to ease office drama. 1. Communicate Rumors start when relevant information is not delegated to significant persons involved. When leading ...

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