4 questions to ask yourself before quitting
Millennials (yes that probably includes you) are entering the workforce in droves. At least half of the Philippines' millennial population, people born from the early 1980's to the early 2000's, are already of working age. With young employees like these come unique problems like high attrition [http://www.forbes.com/sites/danschawbel/2011/11/22/whos-at-fault-for-high-gen-y-turnover/] . Millienials usually leave their first job within just two years of joining. This probably sounds just like
What These Ateneo Interns Had to Say About Being Interns
Internships [https://www.kalibrr.com/job-board/te/intern/1], as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is work performed by an undergraduate or recent graduate in order to gain experience. Here in the Philippines, almost everyone has to go through it with many universities requiring you to go out into the world and get actual experience. If you're the ultra driven type, you've probably even got more than one internship under your belt, all under the name of wanting to prepare themselves f
Kailan ba ang tamang oras para magbitiw na sa iyong trabaho?
Pangit na araw, pangit na linggo, pangit na buwan. Lahat tayo napagdaanan na ito - mga panahon na parang wala kang magawang tama, mga boss at mga kliyenteng walang ginawa kundi humingi, mga oras na parang ayaw mo na. Hindi sa lahat ng pagkakataon makukuha natin yung trabahong pinapaginipan natin. Minsan yung pagpursige sa mga trabahong 'di natin gusto ay kailangan nating gawin para sa kinabukasan natin pero, minsan naman, di lang rin talaga ito nararapat bigyan ng oras o abilidad. Kailan ba ang
Fresh Grads, These Tips For Your First Job Are What You Need In Life
After a well-deserved and long-awaited finish to your (insert fitting adjective here) college career, you, fresh graduate, are about to take a sizable leap into the next phase of your life: being a working professional. Remember when freshman year felt like having to make a million adjustments on the fly? Well, brace yourself for a similar kind of experience in a bigger stage. But fear not, it will be all good plus it’s high time to step into unfamiliar but more rewarding territory. Rappler’s Jo