At Home with the Boys: The Story of a Working Mommy
by Maria Klarizza Elizan | May 28, 2020
Being a working mom is a lot of work. I started my RareJob journey 4 years ago and I was actually pregnant with my youngest when I applied as a content developer for the company’s Material Department.
The Search: Recruitment in the midst of a Pandemic
by Crystal Estavillo | May 18, 2020
With the country capital entering a modified enhanced community quarantine, the hope of the further improvement of the COVID-19 situation in our country shines just a bit brighter. Though there may still be a long way to go, people are still eagerly awaiting the day a sense of normalcy is reinstated in their lives: to go out as they please, to meet up with people, and to return to work.
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.