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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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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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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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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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Part-time Job: Academic Face-to-Face and Online Tutoring

Part-time Job: Academic Face-to-Face and Online Tutoring

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com There are many part-time jobs out there, but not all of it fits your personality. In tutoring, it requires passion for teaching other people. It won’t work if it’s just for the sake of having a sideline. Now, why tutoring? If you know that you have that will to lead and teach, this is the job for you. It requires patience especially when some ...

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4 Tips for Reducing Employee Turnover

4 Tips for Reducing Employee Turnover

by Ann Gabriel | Negosentro.com Reducing employee turnover is dependent on the work environment and benefits you offer to employees. Employee turnover is high among millennial employees because younger workers want to be engaged and productive. High employee turnover affects the company’s backbone. Studies show that a turnover costs twice an employee’s salary to find and train a replacement. But what is it really that employees consider when leaving an organization ...

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Hiring in the Digital Age

Hiring in the Digital Age

By Ann Gabriel | Negosentro.com | Recruitment and retention are one of the recurring challenges companies deal with each year. Now that we’re in a digital age, companies’ strategies and approach should match the hiring process. 1. Digital application From the traditional resume and face to face interviews, the world of recruitment has changed drastically. Online job applications popped out and people began applying for jobs at the comfort of their home. ...

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The Most In Demand Skills for the Industry Today

The Most In Demand Skills for the Industry Today

by Ann Gabriel | Negosentro.com | We all want a good job that pays us well. First thing that Filipinos consider when looking for a job is: the available opportunity and its fit in their field of study or interests. Consider shifting careers? You might want to check Jobstreet.com Philippine’s jobs and salary report for 2016. Good news to those whose field are under Information Technology (IT) as it continues its 3rd ...

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Revisiting Branding 101

Revisiting Branding 101

by Ann Gabriel | Negosentro.com | Your brand is not just how you want to be perceived by others but a commitment to your customers. Your brand determines the products and / or services your customer will expect – whether you are high cost or low cost, high quality or low quality, traditional or digital. Of course, you can’t be all things to all people. Setting up your brand Identify first what type of ...

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Corporate Culture or Culture Shock?

Corporate Culture or Culture Shock?

by Jan Johnston Osburn | Corporate culture may very well be the key to happiness when searching for a new position. You can have exceptional knowledge and expertise but if the culture is not a match, it could spell disaster for everyone. A job is more than just a place you go for 8+ hours a day. You have to deal with a lot — coworkers, bosses, and office politics. If ...

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Time to Cut Those ‘Ums’ and Uhs’ in Your Talks

Time to Cut Those ‘Ums’ and Uhs’ in Your Talks

by Ben Decker | If there were “Survivor” for words, I’d vote off “literally.” It’s inserted into sentences for no real reason. Consider: I am literally the hungriest person in the world right now. I am literally going to break this printer in a minute. The coffee machine is literally the slowest thing on the planet. Sound familiar? Maybe you even use it that way. You are not alone. Similar ...

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