The Transition: The Fight against the Pandemic
by Jervie Manansala | April 26, 2021
I’ve been working for RJPH for 10 years and 6 months now. During my first few months, I’ve been given accounting tasks such as assets management and government document processing for tutors. Everything was done manually at that time, so perhaps you can imagine how mind-numbing and complicated our processes were back then. From being a member of the Accounting Team, I was eventually assigned to form and oversee the Administrative Team, along with some of the pioneer employees of the company until our humble “home” grew and became a department.
Consistency is Key: The Road to a Healthier Body and Mind
by Nathan Maliwat | April 19, 2021
While working from home definitely has significant benefits, especially now that the numbers of infections have increased, there are undoubtedly some drawbacks. As we stay home to keep ourselves safe from the ongoing pandemic, the temptation to live a sedentary lifestyle and binge on various snacks is stronger than ever, which may result in other health concerns.
A Year Without Destinations: Beach Bound during the Pandemic
by Jude Gomez | March 19, 2021
As we reach a year into the pandemic and the work from home setup, it’s understandable that some of us would feel antsy, not being able to move around as freely as we used to. On top of that, canceled vacation plans from 2020 still weigh heavily at the back of our minds, as if they were a vacation itch we just could not scratch.