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Considerations to Make for the Ideal, Loophole-Free Contract

Employment is a type of business relationship, and like any other, starting off on the right foot means starting off with a well-made written agreement Congratulations. Your company is on the rise and is experiencing significant growth. Expectedly, your hiring requirements have also become more extensive. Although right now, your team is still just you and your industry-friends who’ve built the business, and you haven’t had much experience hiring in a continuous and official capacity. Ideally,

6 Ways to Design a Creative Workplace

Keeping the stability and efficiency of the business is crucial to any company. Crafting the perfect business model is one thing. Creating the environment to make it all happen is another. In the business world, the word “workplace” does not just refer to the physical setting where you do your work. It also includes how you work, why you work, and who you work with. Maintaining the harmony of all these aspects will be helpful in designing a creative and productive workplace for everyone in your

How to Let Go of Employees Legally and Gracefully

Firing employees is very much like breaking up with someone: nobody wants to break or hear the news and it is a horrible and stressful experience to all parties. However, like a toxic relationship, weeding out unproductive employees is not only necessary, it may also be healthy to the company, to its employees, and to the party being terminated. Letting employees go in the Philippines is a complicated and arduous process, especially if a company is dealing with workers who have been regularized

How to Filter Good Candidates from Less-than-ideal Ones

Hiring talent is an inexact science. A lot of times, recruiters and hiring managers trust their instinct to see whether a candidate is a good one and will immensely contribute to the company. There are instances, of course, when a bad hire is committed, resulting in hiring a less-than-ideal candidate who in the long run will prove to be a costly business decision. As much as many HR practitioners would want to develop a built-in automatic filter for identifying the best candidates, this sadly i

Considerations to Make for the Ideal, Loophole-Free Contract

Employment is a type of business relationship, and like any other, starting off on the right foot means starting off with a well-made written agreement Congratulations. Your company is on the rise and is experiencing significant growth. Expectedly, your hiring requirements have also become more extensive. Although right now, your team is still just you and your industry-friends who’ve built the business, and you haven’t had much experience hiring in a continuous and official capacity. Ideally,

6 Ways to Design a Creative Workplace

Keeping the stability and efficiency of the business is crucial to any company. Crafting the perfect business model is one thing. Creating the environment to make it all happen is another. In the business world, the word “workplace” does not just refer to the physical setting where you do your work. It also includes how you work, why you work, and who you work with. Maintaining the harmony of all these aspects will be helpful in designing a creative and productive workplace for everyone in your

How to Let Go of Employees Legally and Gracefully

Firing employees is very much like breaking up with someone: nobody wants to break or hear the news and it is a horrible and stressful experience to all parties. However, like a toxic relationship, weeding out unproductive employees is not only necessary, it may also be healthy to the company, to its employees, and to the party being terminated. Letting employees go in the Philippines is a complicated and arduous process, especially if a company is dealing with workers who have been regularized

How to Filter Good Candidates from Less-than-ideal Ones

Hiring talent is an inexact science. A lot of times, recruiters and hiring managers trust their instinct to see whether a candidate is a good one and will immensely contribute to the company. There are instances, of course, when a bad hire is committed, resulting in hiring a less-than-ideal candidate who in the long run will prove to be a costly business decision. As much as many HR practitioners would want to develop a built-in automatic filter for identifying the best candidates, this sadly i

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