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3 Tips For Upgrading Your Career Now
<strong>3 Tips For Upgrading Your Career Now</strong><br /> Interpersonal Edge<br /> July 31, 2016<br /> <br /> Q. I am trying to figure out how to upgrade my career this year and wonder what habits I could learn that would take me to the next level. If I were working with you, how would you…
Balancing Grief and Work
Balancing grief and work Interpersonal Edge July 24, 2016 Q. My wife died very recently, and I am now a single parent of young kids. I have to admit my attention at work is greatly diminished. I’m afraid I’ll get fired, but I know I am unable to give my all at work. How can…
Employment promotion and sustainable enterprises lead 15 indicators with highest number of results at 8
Out of 32 results the Philippines achieved: Employment promotion and sustainable enterprises lead 15 indicators with highest number of results at 8 Date Posted: June 27th, 2016 06:15 AM Outgoing Labor and Employment Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz yesterday said employment promotion and sustainable enterprises were the two leading outcomes where the Philippines has produced the most…
Online selling as a career
By: Donald Patrick Lim A reader writes: I’m a new graduate, and instead of looking for work, I am thinking of opening an online store and selling products there. I have a lot of contacts selling fashion accessories and bags online, and one of them told me she created a store on Instagram and has…
Nip discrimination in the bub
By: Donald Patrick Lim           A reader wrote: Three years ago, at 28, I graduated with a BS ECE degree. I am currently looking for a job. It has been six months of no work since the last contract I had, and I am now shifting my career from technician to safety…
In Job interviews, honesty is the best policy
I graduated last year and took time off after four grueling years of college to go around the country before visiting some of my relatives in Canada. Upon coming back, I felt scared because it would seem all my friends were already working, and I don’t know how to explain to my prospective employer why…
Developing your Leadership Style
Developing your leadership style involves understanding yourself, what works, and what does not. While this does not mean having no role models to emulate, you should not blindly mimic other people’s styles. Discover your style. Every leader has his own unique style in leading, some using tough love, some with constant motivation and euphoric vibes,…
Switching Careers
By: Donald Patrick Lim           A reader wrote: I’ve been teaching Basic Computer in a school in Batangas for the past five years, and am now nearing my thirties. I decided to quit teaching and I now feel that I am at the crossroads of my life where I don’t know what…
Before the job interview, do your homework
By: Eilene Zimmerman           Q. You’ve just graduated from college and are entering a tough job market. What kind of interview preparation will help you stand out?   A. Research the company and the industry, says Adrien Fraise, founder of Modern Guild, which provides online career coaching to college students and high…
To Work or Not To Work Abroad
Brain drain. I first encountered this phrase more than 20 years ago. My social science teacher explained that it is basically a mass exodus of our country’s most educated and skilled professionals such as doctors, engineers, teacher, etc. I remember my teaching painting it as a negative issue. Bad for our country because if all…