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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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Do’s and Dont’s When Following Up After that Job Interview

Do’s and Dont’s When Following Up After that Job Interview

By Ann Gabriel | Negosentro.com Your work is not done after you finish the job interview. We’ve all had those high hopes – thinking of getting that job when we received good responses from the interviewer. Yes, it may take days or even weeks before they get back to you for an update but in most cases, they don’t. You’re just left there waiting and hoping while the other opportunities slip away. ...

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How to Stay Energized During the Busy Work Week

How to Stay Energized During the Busy Work Week

by Ann Gabriel | Negosentro.com | No matter how high your levels of energy are, we’ve all had those work days where we wish to break free, curl up and doze off. Stress can affect our productive groove especially when we are faced with conflicting priorities: family, work, travel, leisure.Luckily, we’ve provided you tips on how to stay energized throughout your busy work week to inoculate yourself against energy suckage. ...

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Confessions of Working in the Night Shift

Confessions of Working in the Night Shift

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Graveyard shift, some people say it’s too dangerous, hard and all that. To name a few, there are nurses, doctors, hotel receptionists but what’s it really like to work at night specifically in the BPO Industry? Read on and data analyst Kyla Frances Francisco tells her story. The Business Processing Outsourcing or BPO industries are now taking over most of the workforce. Research says ...

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9 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Got into Broadcast Journalism

9 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Got into Broadcast Journalism

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com All careers are not as easy-peasy as one, two, three. I got into broadcast journalism unexpectedly and I learned a lot from my experience. I’m sharing a few things that I realized for being a TV reporter and a digital journalist. 1. You don’t need to have a major in journalism My course, Bachelor of Arts in Communication, is like a jack-of-all-trades. We didn’t have ...

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5 Basic Reasons Why You Didn’t Get the Job

5 Basic Reasons Why You Didn’t Get the Job

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Are you getting tired of jumping to interviews one after the other? Maybe it’s time again to tick off your checklist on the reasons why you just don’t get hired, don’t worry, it’s not always you. 1. You are late Come on guys, it’s a job interview, not a college class. How many times do we need to reiterate to job hunters to make ...

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Confessions of a Ghostwriter

Confessions of a Ghostwriter

By Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com A ghostwriter writes various contents that is officially credited to another person. Being this kind of writer has its ups and downs. Ghostwriter, Ethel Serrano tells her story. This career is mostly a home-based job, today, any job can be accomplished and can be paid online. This is probably one of the advantages of being a ghostwriter, you can work comfortably without staying in an ...

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5 Ways to Hate your Job LESS

5 Ways to Hate your Job LESS

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.con No job is perfect. There will come a time that you will feel so burnout. However, what if your job is your only source of income? You can’t quit, right? Here’s a few tips to keep you motivated. 1. Make friends This is probably the last thing you could do to stay motivated on going to work. However, this is a little thing that ...

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Equipping Young Bloods for Tomorrow

Equipping Young Bloods for Tomorrow

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com It’s this season again when the millennials and Generation Z finishes college to enter the world of professionalism and apply what they have learned from school. This is where their independence will take them – soft to hard – head-on and will determine if a particular job becomes a tool that will eventually become their bread and butter in the future. Employers on the ...

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