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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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JULY 2016: National Disaster Consciousness Month

JULY 2016: National Disaster Consciousness Month

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com This July, we’re remembering the National Disaster Consciousness Month. In line with this, let’s do a recap on what is this month’s about and quick tips on what to do in case of natural and man-made disasters. National Disaster Consciousness month aims to increase the awareness of Filipinos on natural and man-made tragedies, such as flood, earthquake or fire. It also hopes to ensure that ...

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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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What To Expect On Your Internship

What To Expect On Your Internship

Mitzi Ilagan | Negosentro.com Who else here thinks that internship means preparing a cup of coffee for your boss and buying to-go meals at a fastfood for your superiors? If not most, some gets the notion that internship only means being a slave, with you being ordered around in a workplace, that you only have to fill the gaps of what other employees couldn’t do. Well, one must one expect ...

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How to Keep your Cool

How to Keep your Cool

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Getting in the verge of anger? Find ways to keep calm and save yourself from getting fired with these simple ways to cool down. 1. Walk away When you know you’re about to explode or meaning, retorting back to the one you hate angrily, take a pause, put your foot one step backward, literally. This gesture shows that you are letting your guard down. You ...

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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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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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Turning a Bad Day Upside Down

Turning a Bad Day Upside Down

By Mary Rae Floresca| Negosentro.com Yes, we all have “those days” when we drag ourselves from our comfy bed. Stop whining and starting your day negatively. Turn your lopsided frown upside down with these helpful tips. 1. Count your blessings Begin your day by being grateful of what you have. We Filipinos are said to be very religious despite of different religions, we sometimes forget to pray in the morning ...

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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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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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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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Confessions of Online Shopaholics

Confessions of Online Shopaholics

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Sophie Kinsella’s Rebecca Bloomwood from the book Confessions of a Shopaholic is probably the most popular example of any impulsive buyer. She’s been splurging on material things, anything that she likes when she passes by boutique. Now, there are many people like her, the difference is, they splurge while in the couch and the items are just a click away from their fingertips.   ...

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