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Jowena Borral
It is such an understatement to say that 2020 was an eventful year. Never in a hundred years that businesses thought of preparing for something that they have gone through during the course of this recent pandemic. As a result, a significant number of companies were caught off guard as they tried to grapple with...
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We have been seeing how advancements in digitization, job flexibility, and increased competition for the labor force have resulted in significant changes in payroll processes these past couple of years. Now with the Covid-19 pandemic, recruitment and retention have become more pivotal than ever.  Updating the organization’s payroll and benefits package is now becoming a...
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There’s no denying that Millennials make up today’s bulk of the  working population. However, many companies still find it difficult to connect with and understand this group. For most employers, millennials are considered to be the  “difficult breed” or at times, the “privileged” generation. Nevertheless, such a generation has arguably been bringing a new set...
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Difficult conversations occur both in personal and professional relationships. Whether it is about benefits and pay, inappropriate behavior, teammate or performance issues, these conversations are inevitable. This is  why handling tough conversations is a skill. While sweeping an issue under a rug may seem easier, doing so may result in consequences for the team and...
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It’s been more than a year since COVID-19 pandemic started impacting and putting the labor force to a prolonged remote work. While it seemed to be exciting and at times fun at first, many employees have gradually suffered from burnout and mental fatigue as a result of a variety of factors such as a work-life...
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It can be said that working in HR is not for the soft-hearted. Some HR professionals agree that It’s just a job where one acts as a middleman between the management and their employees, with every HR personnel expected to empathize yet be firm in implementing the company’s policies and regulations.  As an HR manager,...
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Every organization  dreams of having a team of A-list members. However, the reality is that some employees do struggle from time to time, causing them  to drag down the whole team and overall productivity. It is therefore crucial for managers to learn how to deal with underperformance among team members in order to achieve their...
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Individuals born between 1981 to 1996 are the generation of so called “millennials”. Majority of the workforce today are millennials as boomers are making their way into their retirement phase. Millennials grew up during a time when the internet’s influence was rapidly expanding. This generation has always-on access to information, entertainment, and platforms for self-expression....
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There’s a lot of advice out there attempting to teach recruiters how to get the employees with the best fit and qualities. It’s nothing new to say that the most common skills to look for are – good communication, interpersonal, self-motivated, and adaptability. While such qualities are a shoe-in in conducting talent sourcing, reality dictates...
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As business operations are slowly restarting, some may be resetting, the future of work is getting more advanced and starting to be more remote. With these rapid changes, HR leaders are also getting out of the traditional viewpoint but now looking into a much deeper and more personal approach in handling their workforce. Here are...
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