Barely Breathing: 5 Ways to Avoid Burnouts
As a popular saying goes, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” What Jack doesn’t tell you is that not only does “all work and no play” make you dull, but it can also make you prone to burnouts. What exactly is a burnout? Burning out is a special kind of stress in its own category [http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/burnout/art-20046642] . It’s chronic stress you feel when you are at the end of your rope. When you're burnt out, you're in a constant state
Moving Up and Staying Steady: Employment and Salary Growth in the Philippines for 2015
Kalibrr compiles information that you may want to know: employment rates in the Philippines and the state of salary budgets this 2015. How does this affect your job hunt? For 2015 you can lift the load off your shoulders slightly knowing that employment is on the rise by 0.9%. Know that you know there's much hope, work harder on that job hunt [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/category/finding-a-job/job-hunting/]! For the employed, salary budgets are steady so keep the quality work coming too.
#LoveWins at the Workplace: How to treat your LGBT workmates
The recent legalization of gay marriage in the United States has everyone abuzz on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) rights on social media. Notably, Facebook showed its support by coming out with the Celebrate Pride Tool that puts rainbow colors on a user's display picture allowing people to show where they stood. While many people's feeds may have been filled with rainbow-colored profile pictures, it was also filled with the rantings of people who were against gay marriage, bar
Where Pinoys Want to Work in 2015
Off the top of your head, what makes an organization a great place to work for? Do you have any company in mind that fits the description to a T?Online job site JobStreet weighs in with the answers, with its recently released 2015 Top Companies Report [http://www.jobstreet.com.ph/career-resources/jobstreet-reveals-top-companies-filipinos-aspire-to-work#.VZOgvBuqqko] . For the second straight year, San Miguel Corporation (SMC) and Nestle Philippines ranked first and second, respectively, in the l