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Five mistakes job hunters often make

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1. Failure to establish their brand Job seekers nowadays often do not care about their brand as employees. And that neglect often times is their biggest …

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Job Interview FAQs! How to answer 7 commonly used interview questions

Dianne CariagaWritten by:

Job interviews are the most crucial part in applying for a job. It can either make you or break you, because your future career depends on …

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#WISH: Why I ServeHappy? Story of John Glen Camaya (Barista)

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Part of what makes coming to a restaurant a great experience is a hardworking staff behind the scenes. This is where John Glen Camaya shines. Though …

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Restaurant Culture – the key to restaurant success in the Philippines

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As with anywhere, having a good culture is one of the most important parts of making a business successful. So, what’s the first thing that a …

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6 Steps to Get Hired Through Facebook

Dianne CariagaWritten by:

With countless job fairs every month, millions of job openings in the Philippines, and still millions of Filipinos unemployed, there seems to be a gap that …

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ServeHappy Jobs Partners with University of Makati

Dianne CariagaWritten by:

Makati City— ServeHappy Jobs and the University of Makati signed a partnership on Industry Partners Recognition Day (IPRD) last Monday, November 29, 2017, at the UMak Mini …

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5 Ways to Improve Customer Service

Dianne CariagaWritten by:

Customer service starts even before you open your doors. It goes until your customer shares their experience with others. With that, customer service doesn’t really stop! …

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Jayvee Jan Mah, #whyiservehappy

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Jayvee’s love for the food industry began as early as high school when he worked as an on-call waiter for a hotel in Cebu. Even with an entry-level  position, this …

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How to Recruit (and keep!) Millennials

Juan LadiosWritten by:

Millennials are taking over. Sooner than later the generation of 50 to 60 year-olds will be retiring, and the youngsters, if they haven’t already, will start …

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Workers request P675 per day minimum wage in Metro Manila

Juan LadiosWritten by:

Minimum wage earners in Metro Manila may enjoy a minimum rate of 675 per day if the government approves the latest petition filed by the Associated …