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How To Get Through Work With A Broken Heart

We can get our heart broken in many different ways. People will disappoint you, hurt you, and sometimes leave you crying in the shower for days. A broken heart can be a crippling, agonizing thing, and we Pinoys really know how to feel the pain. While some people cope by burying themselves in work, others find it difficult to keep their emotions out of the office. Here are a few things to remember to help you cope with work even if your heart’s in pieces:It’s Normal. First of all, remember that t

Top 4 Reasons Why Good Employees Quit

The list of reasons why good employees quit may fill up a David Letterman Top Ten list, but if you’re the CEO or HR head and your total of good workers continue to dwindle, it's no laughing matter. Here are top four reasons why good employees leave the workplace: [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20141016131108-112905525-here-s-why-good-employees-quit] 1. Poor reward system Rewarding employees for a fantastic job can be done in a multitude of ways [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/unusual-o

Voice Recordings Help You Recruit Better

Reviewing resumes sucks, especially if you’re interviewing for high volume call center jobs like customer service agents or sales people. While a resume can convey a certain amount of information about a candidate, what it can’t do is allow you to hear how they sound. You’re often left thinking: Well, his or her resume sounds great, but can he speak English? How’s their accent? Are they more of a sales person or a support person?At Kalibrr, we’ve created one feature to help you streamline thi

The Kalibrr Design Internship Program

Internship - (n.) The slave labor you put in between junior and senior college years to gain “work experience”. That’s the classic practical definition of an internship. This is not what a Kalibrr Internship is. As a student, your job is to pass your classes. To make as few mistakes as possible on your exams and to prepare excessively for each challenge.  There is an overwhelming fear of failure as a student. We’re going to teach you to fail and fail well. The best way to learn design (or p

How To Get Through Work With A Broken Heart

We can get our heart broken in many different ways. People will disappoint you, hurt you, and sometimes leave you crying in the shower for days. A broken heart can be a crippling, agonizing thing, and we Pinoys really know how to feel the pain. While some people cope by burying themselves in work, others find it difficult to keep their emotions out of the office. Here are a few things to remember to help you cope with work even if your heart’s in pieces:It’s Normal. First of all, remember that t

Top 4 Reasons Why Good Employees Quit

The list of reasons why good employees quit may fill up a David Letterman Top Ten list, but if you’re the CEO or HR head and your total of good workers continue to dwindle, it's no laughing matter. Here are top four reasons why good employees leave the workplace: [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20141016131108-112905525-here-s-why-good-employees-quit] 1. Poor reward system Rewarding employees for a fantastic job can be done in a multitude of ways [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/unusual-o

Voice Recordings Help You Recruit Better

Reviewing resumes sucks, especially if you’re interviewing for high volume call center jobs like customer service agents or sales people. While a resume can convey a certain amount of information about a candidate, what it can’t do is allow you to hear how they sound. You’re often left thinking: Well, his or her resume sounds great, but can he speak English? How’s their accent? Are they more of a sales person or a support person?At Kalibrr, we’ve created one feature to help you streamline thi

The Kalibrr Design Internship Program

Internship - (n.) The slave labor you put in between junior and senior college years to gain “work experience”. That’s the classic practical definition of an internship. This is not what a Kalibrr Internship is. As a student, your job is to pass your classes. To make as few mistakes as possible on your exams and to prepare excessively for each challenge.  There is an overwhelming fear of failure as a student. We’re going to teach you to fail and fail well. The best way to learn design (or p

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