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Top Common Misused Words in the Workplace

Top Common Misused Words in the Workplace

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com It’s not an excuse when you use the wrong choice of words in the workplace. It may imply a totally different meaning of the context you are saying. We Filipinos are considered one of the best English-speaking country in the world. But it doesn’t hurt to enhance this a bit more. Here are a few words that are mistakenly used verbally or through a document ...

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Working in a Cruise Ship: The Ups and Downs

Working in a Cruise Ship: The Ups and Downs

Mary Rae Floresca |Negosentro.com Working abroad is not something new to Filipinos.We always aim to achieve something in life aside from helping our family. In the early 2000s, nurse jobs were a hype abroad, but now, there are more popular job. One of which is working in a cruise ship. Here are some snippets and significant experiences on working as an Assistant Pastry Chef in the ship, as told by Wendy ...

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Texting Etiquette in the Workplace

Texting Etiquette in the Workplace

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Gone are the days that it’s okay to do shortcuts in text messaging – the overly shortcut words that interprets a different meaning to your recipient. The texting etiquette should be applied when communicating with coworkers using SMS. Here are a number of things to remember in “business texting.” 1. Stop the “dot dot dot” That is called the ellipses, why eliminate this in texting? ...

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How to Prepare for your Job Resignation

How to Prepare for your Job Resignation

Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com Deciding to leave your job is almost like separating from your parents or breaking up with your significant other. In the process of leaving, do you think you are prepared enough to change a career, to start a business, a stay at home mom or to have a vacation? Here are the factors to consider and ways to be successfully prepared for job resignation. 1. Job ...

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Client Relationship Management 101

Client Relationship Management 101

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Having a problem with customer relations?Having difficulty understanding your role for them? Well, there are basic and pressure points to remember when it comes to client relationship management. Generally speaking, we can sum up a few keys to achieve successful customer relationships. 1. Take ownership in your role Start by using “I” when communicating, instead of “our team”, best to depict towards the client that you’re ...

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How Teamwork Really Works

How Teamwork Really Works

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com What comes into your mind when you hear the word “teamwork”? Do you only see yourself as the “team” or do you look at your coworkers and slowly shake your head? Possibly, your company still lacks coordination. In this article, you can get a few points to remember how teamwork really works. In the Philippine setting, traditionally, “teamwork” is often described as bayanihan, picturing men ...

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4 Reasons to Choose a Career in Sales

4 Reasons to Choose a Career in Sales

Nadj Villaver | Negosentro Some people would shun the idea of getting a sales job because they thought it’s just about selling a product or service. Sales as a career is challenging because it entails hard work and high expectations. But a career in sales is a rewarding one.  “Sales is a part of the whole marketing story. Remember the 4Ps of Marketing? Product, Price, Place and Promotion. Sales is ...

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How to Please the Millennial Market

How to Please the Millennial Market

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Millennials can be make or break your brand, many consumers and marketers believe in the influence of the youth or rather, the millennials. How do we get into their hype of being one? Do we all have to think and act like them?-maybe not, marketers just have to create content for them and by them. From Millennial Minute by content specialist Leah Swartz added that ...

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How to Handle Incompetent Workforce

How to Handle Incompetent Workforce

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Every entrepreneur would need to hire employees to become successful on his start-up business, but what happens when the staff hired is not what is expected? There are simple tweaks to guide your staff and refrain your business go down the drain because of incompetence. Procrastinators are probably one of the worst kind of employees. It’s as simple as they never get the work done, ...

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Things I Wish I Knew: Customer Service Industry

Things I Wish I Knew: Customer Service Industry

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com I have no regrets in entering the customer service but I just hoped I knew better before I got in. It’s not easy, well, no job is. For those who wants to enter this industry, make sure you read this. There are two ways to get into a customer service industry, and that is to put up your own start-up business or you get ...

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4 Money and Life Lessons to Becoming Financially Stable

4 Money and Life Lessons to Becoming Financially Stable

Negosentro.com | Financial freedom and financial stability are terms that are somehow new to most Filipinos. Rare are the times that you see a family talk about money in front of their children, hence, even orient them about finances. Sure, we are trained on how to make money, but the basics of handling finance—from budgeting, saving, and investing, as well as how you can achieve financial stability and freedom were ...

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The Benefits of Paperless Payroll

The Benefits of Paperless Payroll

By Ann Gabriel | Negosentro.com Going paperless is not new to the ear, thanks to the continual growth and industrialization. More businesses are reducing their paper usage and instead, turning to the dependable, organizational benefits of web-based business solutions. This includes records, data and better systems. Why go paperless payroll? Let’s face it. We don’t like keeping too much paper in our desk – and that includes copies of our pay slips. ...

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