How To Get To Your Interview On Time (Even In Manila Traffic)
When going to a job interview, of course, you want to look good and feel your best. However, accomplishing such a feat isn’t easy, especially if you have to go through the excruciating Manila traffic just to get to your interview. Apart from possibly having to sit for more than an hour in traffic, you have to maintain your sanity amidst honking horns, angry drivers, and suicidal buses. And if you’re taking the public transportation, you have your hair, your OOTD, and your smell to worry ab
10 Ways To Stay Awake At Work After A Sleepless Night
Did you pull an all-nighter because you were finishing a presentation? Or did your neighbor keep on shrieking into that microphone until 3 a.m.? Whatever it was, you couldn't get enough sleep, and now you're wondering how you're going to make it out alive for the rest of the day at the office. If it can't be avoided, there are still ways to stay awake and alert in the office, at least for that day alone. Just like going into a battlefield, in order for you to survive, you need a good strategy.
Turning Interns Into Entrepreneurs In Machine Ventures' Apprenticeship Program
We've all heard what internships are all about — you work in a company for a month of two, usually doing clerical or administrative duties, and learn the tricks of the trade by observation and immersion. It's an important experience that exposes every student or fresh grad to how a different companies work, especially if they intern more than once for different companies, but only a few companies can provide a truly exciting internship experience. Machine Ventures is one of those special few.
Do's (and Don'ts) On Dressing Up For Your Next Interview
“What you wear neither defines who you are as a person nor determines your value as a human being. However, in the temporal realm of mere mortals, fair or not, people judge us by the way we look and that includes the way we dress.” - Darlene Price, President of Well Said, Inc. People are good at noticing even the smallest imperfections, be it frayed laces, scuff marks, dirt, or wrinkled clothing. As a candidate wanting to win over an interviewer [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2016/06/this-is-h