Hope in a Tub: Staff on Weekdays, Entrepreneur on Weekends
by Jude Gomez | October 22, 2020
With the uncertainty posed by this already half year-long pandemic situation, a lot of people are still feeling the impact COVID-19 has on many businesses. To make ends meet, many individuals have also dabbled into starting a small business themselves, whether alone, or with family and friends.
In this blog, we are featuring one of RareJob PH’s maintenance staff, Romelin Jito, who has been with the company for three years. Not only is she braving the pandemic and commute by working at the office alongside our skeleton staff, she is also managing her own door-to-door fish delivery business!
The Last Time I Wore Shoes: A Month in Quarantine
by Jude Gomez | April 23, 2020
When work was suspended last March 13, 2020, the first careless thought I got was me getting a one-day head start on my week-long vacation scheduled to begin the following day. The trip had been planned for months, tickets and hotels already paid, and I was itching to just go.
From Bed to Business: RJ Goes (Work from) Home
by Jude Gomez | April 8, 2020
As one of the pioneering online English tutorial companies here in the Philippines, RareJob is no stranger to the work-from-home setup. With a two hundred-strong office workforce backing up thousands of tutors all over the Philippines through telecommunication, we can say with confidence that we truly know its potential.