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How to Cope with Bullying at Work

For most of us, bullying was a sad and painful reality in grade school or high school. Whether we were the bully or the bullied, it was a source of emotional trauma and embarrassment. But fortunately, for most of us, bullying also ended in grade school or high school as we eventually became more mature. But not everyone grows up. There are still many of us who have faced bullies in the workplace, whether we realize it or not. In fact, a bill has been filed to prohibit office bullying [http://

How to get an NBI clearance in the Philippines the fast way

In May, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) launched afaster way [http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/489114/news/nation/nbi-clearance-in-3-steps-via-mobile-too] towards getting your NBI clearance. If you didn't know yet, the NBI clearance is an essential government ID that all companies require before you get hired. For them, it's proof that you have no criminal records. Before the new system, people who were out to get their NBI clearance would have to line up in Clearance Cente

How BPO Changed Office Culture in the Philippines

For more than a decade, the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry in the Philippines has been revolutionizing the traditional office set up in the Philippines. In 2014, the BPO industry posted an 18.7% growth - that's US$18.4 billion in revenue flowing into the local economy. By 2016, the industry hopes to hit its benchmark of US$25 billion revenue and 1.3 million employment. And while the industry thrives on traditional contact centers and voice work, or what we know as call centers, i

Why I Still Love the Pinoy Work Culture Even After Life Abroad

Finding employment abroad [https://www.kalibrr.com/] has always been one of the popular career paths in the Philippines. Whether it’s to provide a better life for the family at home, to travel and experience life elsewhere, or to simply try something new, building a life in another country is something that has crossed every Pinoy millennial’s mind at one point. There are many reasons to try your luck abroad: more robust compensation, a diverse range of career options, and maybe even better i

How to Cope with Bullying at Work

For most of us, bullying was a sad and painful reality in grade school or high school. Whether we were the bully or the bullied, it was a source of emotional trauma and embarrassment. But fortunately, for most of us, bullying also ended in grade school or high school as we eventually became more mature. But not everyone grows up. There are still many of us who have faced bullies in the workplace, whether we realize it or not. In fact, a bill has been filed to prohibit office bullying [http://

How to get an NBI clearance in the Philippines the fast way

In May, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) launched afaster way [http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/489114/news/nation/nbi-clearance-in-3-steps-via-mobile-too] towards getting your NBI clearance. If you didn't know yet, the NBI clearance is an essential government ID that all companies require before you get hired. For them, it's proof that you have no criminal records. Before the new system, people who were out to get their NBI clearance would have to line up in Clearance Cente

How BPO Changed Office Culture in the Philippines

For more than a decade, the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry in the Philippines has been revolutionizing the traditional office set up in the Philippines. In 2014, the BPO industry posted an 18.7% growth - that's US$18.4 billion in revenue flowing into the local economy. By 2016, the industry hopes to hit its benchmark of US$25 billion revenue and 1.3 million employment. And while the industry thrives on traditional contact centers and voice work, or what we know as call centers, i

Why I Still Love the Pinoy Work Culture Even After Life Abroad

Finding employment abroad [https://www.kalibrr.com/] has always been one of the popular career paths in the Philippines. Whether it’s to provide a better life for the family at home, to travel and experience life elsewhere, or to simply try something new, building a life in another country is something that has crossed every Pinoy millennial’s mind at one point. There are many reasons to try your luck abroad: more robust compensation, a diverse range of career options, and maybe even better i

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