Meet The Mother of The Philippine BPO Industry
Today, there is no doubt that the BPO (business process outsourcing) industry is one of the biggest contributors to the growth the Philippines’ has achieved today [http://www.gov.ph/2016/01/28/statement-sec-purisima-q4-and-full-year-2015-gdp-growth/] . Aside from employing over one million Filipinos in the last 10 years [http://news.abs-cbn.com/focus/09/24/14/1m-filipinos-join-booming-outsourcing-sector] , it made up 6.9% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2014 [http://www.sourcef
Jobs For High School Graduates: Generation Hope, MyVape, and Zeta International Are Hiring!
Having a hard time finding a job? We at Kalibrr are here to help you out. Check out these jobs for high school graduates:Generation Hope — Sales Assistant Generation Hope is a new type of business that is sustainably contributing to the social advancement of our country. Our flagship product, “Hope in a Bottle," is a purified bottled water. We use 100% of the profits from Hope in a Bottle sales to build much-needed public school classrooms across the Philippines. Our champions include several no
How To (Finally) Ask Your Office Crush Out on a Date
We've all been there before. When you hear their voice, your head spins in their direction. When you catch them walking to the copy room or canteen, you make up an excuse to go there. There are also those little mental debates you have about asking them out, should I or shouldn't I?Well, you're in luck because Valentine's Day is just around the corner and that gives you the perfect excuse to finally ask them out. We don't have to tell you that dating a colleague might mean a series of dates w
6 Tips To Help You Negotiate A Higher Salary (VIDEO)
Whether we're looking over that job offer, or gunning for a promotion in our current job, it is likely that we might be thinking of negotiating our salaries. Or are we?A survey by Salary.com [http://www.salary.com/most-people-don-t-negotiate-due-to-fear-lack-of-skills/slide/2/] revealed that only 37% of people always negotiate their salaries—while 18% never do. Even more shocking is 44% of the respondents claim to have never brought up the subject of a raise during their performance reviews. I