Upgraded our Job Matching Algorithm with This Week's Changes - Aug 19
Hi, Kalibrr Clients! ? I hope you're enjoying the holidays. This week we released a huge improvement to our matching algorithm, woohoo! Imagine your job post going straight into your target candidate's e-mail, all powered by our platform. This already happens, but now it's targeted to the right eyeballs. We upgraded our matching algorithm to tap into the power of our jobseeker network. Our data science team added a particular model that uses the power of our jobseeker network. Now we recommen
Moving to Makati? Why and Why Not, As Told by City Residents
Have you ever wondered how different your daily grind would look like based on the area you chose to live in or move into? It may be a thought worth reflecting on. Perhaps each of us, at one point or another, has been in this situation before: You can be a valued contributor in your company but your travel time to and from work may be the equivalent of watching a Mission Impossible film. By the time you get to work, it takes time to get back lost energy – and lost time. The quality of the
What my DLSU Org Taught Me About Work and Life
As a student, I've observed often times that students just focus on their academic standing and relate it towards the job that they will be pursuing after they graduate. However, it is also just as important to be involved in extracurricular activities to learn life lessons, lessons that can't be taught within the four walls of a classroom. There are just some things you have to learn through experience and through stepping out of your comfort zone. When it comes to overcoming trials, being a
TV Personality Reema Chanco's Advice to Fresh Grads: What's the bigger purpose?
Kalibrr asked Reema Chanco what she had to say to fresh graduates. Her nuggets of advice are below.Drawing upon my fresh graduate experiences, I know it can be an overwhelming phase. You've got a new set of roles and responsibilities. It’s a new set of surroundings too. Here are a few tips for getting through those first couple of work years. 1. Follow your passion. Ever since I left my first job, it was the start of me following my own passion. It was the start of me acknowledging that “I’