6 Strategies for Conducting Better Job Interviews

6 Strategies for Conducting Better Job Interviews

Talent Acquisition

We’ve talked about extensively how candidates can best prepare for their job interviews before (find all of our job interview tips here), but we’re running the spotlight this time on the people who conduct the interviews. The truth of the matter is that interviewers are a lot like the people they interview—they get nervous too ... more

How to Teach Engineers Management and Leadership Skills

How to Teach Engineers Management and Leadership Skills

Employee Retention

There is no doubting that engineers are some of the most hard-working professionals in any industry. They take their jobs seriously and are passionate and committed to delivering exemplary work performance. Unfortunately, this single-minded passion in getting things done perfectly can make them less than ideal supervisors and managers. The majority of engineers lack people management ... more

5 Tips to help you find jobs even when you’re over 40

5 Tips To Help You Find Jobs In Your 40s

Job Hunting Strategies

The issue of unemployment has always been one of the Philippines top economic concerns. Being unemployed, especially at 40, is no laughing matter—especially not when you have a family to support. What is more alarming is that there are a significant number of people over 40 that are in dire need of financial support. Unfortunately, ... more

10 Social Media Red Flags to Take Note of When Seeking a Job in Sales

10 Items To Keep Off Your Social Media Profiles When Seeking A Job In Sales

Sales & Business Development

Working in sales is certainly one of the most attractive career paths for job seekers to take. Compensation-wise a career in sales is a rewarding one as long as you’re willing to make the extra effort. Sales jobs are often commission-based when it comes to pay, meaning you earn based on the amount of successful sales ... more

How to Write a Powerful Resume Career Objective in 4 Simple Steps

How to Write a Powerful Resume Career Objective in 4 Simple Steps

Guide to the Perfect Resume

Do you include a career objective statement in your resume?Doing so seems like a no-brainer, but in the past few years, career objective statements have somehow gained a bad reputation. Some hirers see resume objectives as a way to gain more insight into a candidate’s application, while others don’t feel they add any real value ... more

Top Reasons Why You Should Pursue the Path of an Engineer

Top Reasons Why You Should Pursue the Path of an Engineer

Engineering

Centuries after the word engineering was coined (engine’er— literally, one who operates an engine), the course remains to be one of most popular degree in colleges and universities. The demands of taking up a high-profile course are not something students should and can take lightly. Spending 4-5 years learning math and science combined with theoretical ... more

6 Things You Should Do If You Get Laid Off

6 Things You Should Do If You Get Laid Off

Corporate Survival Guide

It’s the office equivalent of “The Purge” or the “Red Wedding” from Game of Thrones. It’s not unusual to hear of entire departments, or in worse cases entire companies, getting dissolved in one quick swoop these days. Whether a layoff is done as a cost-cutting measure or due to a change of direction in a ... more

15 Essential Tips to Help You Move from Probationary to Regular Employee

15 Essential Tips to Help You Move from Probationary to Regular Employee

Corporate Survival Guide

Signing the job offer is just the first step to starting a long and hopefully, rewarding working life. Depending on the company, you may need to spend three to six months working as a probationary employee before being conferred your regular status. There are several reasons why you would want to ensure you are regularized ... more