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The Progress of Employment under the New Administration

Entering the workforce, it's often difficult to understand all the buzzwords that come with being employed. You may have come across words like "Endo" or "Contractual," and don't fully understand the aspects it entails just yet."Endo" [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2016/08/what-is-endo-and-how-does-it-work/] is a Filipino slang, short for end of contract. It is mandated by law that after six months of working as a "contractual" [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/06/contractual-worker-rights-i

Why This Filipina Mom Left Her Corporate Job to Start Her Own Company

As we get older, the idea of a career change becomes less and less realistic. When you start putting down roots, having some semblance of consistency and stability in your life is a priority. While all this was true fro Aurora Mendoza-Soriano, none of it stopped her from starting PinoyTravel [https://www.pinoytravel.com.ph/], a provincial bus ticketing system, in 2013.  With the timely help of Ideaspace [http://www.ideaspacefoundation.org/], this working mom made the big step towards an entirely

This Young Filipino Worked in a War Zone and Lived To Tell His Tale

Nothing in Giano Libot’s comfortable upbringing foretold his lifelong involvement in the humanitarian sector. But today, he joins the millions of people who work in this industry globally [https://www.kalibrr.com/discover/industry/social-impact?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=job-board&utm_content=social-impact-111516&ref=b2c-blog_free_job-board_social-impact-111516] . “I didn’t really know that this was what I’d end up doing,” told Gian as he reminisced about how he starte

4 Awesome Jobs in Cebu That Are Calling Your Name

Everyone seems to think that the workforce mecca of the Philippines is Makati. While this may be true, Cebu isn't far behind and there's a multitude of jobs [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/te/cebu/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=social-content&utm_content=wjd-cebu-111516&ref=b2c-blog_paid_social-content_wjd-cebu-111516] in the furniture capital of the country. The natural landscape and growing infrastructure has made Cebu not only a tourist destination but a major work

The Progress of Employment under the New Administration

Entering the workforce, it's often difficult to understand all the buzzwords that come with being employed. You may have come across words like "Endo" or "Contractual," and don't fully understand the aspects it entails just yet."Endo" [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2016/08/what-is-endo-and-how-does-it-work/] is a Filipino slang, short for end of contract. It is mandated by law that after six months of working as a "contractual" [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/06/contractual-worker-rights-i

Why This Filipina Mom Left Her Corporate Job to Start Her Own Company

As we get older, the idea of a career change becomes less and less realistic. When you start putting down roots, having some semblance of consistency and stability in your life is a priority. While all this was true fro Aurora Mendoza-Soriano, none of it stopped her from starting PinoyTravel [https://www.pinoytravel.com.ph/], a provincial bus ticketing system, in 2013.  With the timely help of Ideaspace [http://www.ideaspacefoundation.org/], this working mom made the big step towards an entirely

This Young Filipino Worked in a War Zone and Lived To Tell His Tale

Nothing in Giano Libot’s comfortable upbringing foretold his lifelong involvement in the humanitarian sector. But today, he joins the millions of people who work in this industry globally [https://www.kalibrr.com/discover/industry/social-impact?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=job-board&utm_content=social-impact-111516&ref=b2c-blog_free_job-board_social-impact-111516] . “I didn’t really know that this was what I’d end up doing,” told Gian as he reminisced about how he starte

4 Awesome Jobs in Cebu That Are Calling Your Name

Everyone seems to think that the workforce mecca of the Philippines is Makati. While this may be true, Cebu isn't far behind and there's a multitude of jobs [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/te/cebu/1?utm_source=b2c-blog&utm_medium=in-text&utm_campaign=social-content&utm_content=wjd-cebu-111516&ref=b2c-blog_paid_social-content_wjd-cebu-111516] in the furniture capital of the country. The natural landscape and growing infrastructure has made Cebu not only a tourist destination but a major work

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