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Things Not to Include in a Resignation Letter

Date Posted: 01/14/2016

“Suko na ko! Hindi ko na kaya talaga! I will resign!” Resignations, particularly if you’ve spent a long time with the organization, can be an emotional decision. Many resignations are the result of frustrations arising from unfulfilled expectations from the employer. Therefore if the time has come for you to move on, for whatever reasons,... Read More

11 Things to Stop Doing Immediately at Work

Date Posted: 11/26/2015

Have you ever wondered why you are not progressing in your career as swiftly as others or why you always seem to be ignored when it comes to raises, promotions or important tasks? In a typical day at the office, with your long list of things to do, I bet you will be able to... Read More

Making the Most of a Job Fair

Date Posted: 11/10/2015

Job fairs come up seasonally and attract a lot of attention from a variety of employers and many interested job seekers. If you have any interest in the job market, you should make sure that you drop everything else to be there. These fairs offering jobs abroad may appear to have all the ambience and ... Read More

What to Wear to An Interview

Date Posted: 10/28/2015

The first impression you make at a job interview is when the interviewer looks at you.  The moment he sees you, he has already formed an impression of the type of person you are.  It is therefore very important for you to look professional enough to be employed for the job in question. In a... Read More

How to Negotiate For a Higher Salary

Date Posted: 10/7/2015

All salary negotiations center around what you are worth to the employer and what the employer is willing to pay for you. As such, there is no standard industry practice in settling salary. Some companies are known to steamroller candidates into accepting the job before revealing any salary structure. This is not good for you... Read More

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