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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.

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A Supervisor’s Story: Shining Despite the Plight

by Dominic Lising | March 12, 2021

When I got hired, I had no thoughts of moving up the corporate ladder as I applied for a part-time position, which I considered as somewhat of a temporary placement. Years went by and I was absorbed as a full-time staff, and this was this time when the thought of getting promoted was introduced to me by the company. I did get it eventually, but it never crossed my mind that it would be given to me amidst a pandemic.

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A Virtual Hug: Keeping Employees Involved

by Gail Raymundo | February 22, 2021

When I was still planning for college, I honestly did not see myself working as an HR professional because I had other plans in mind. It was my mom’s idea that I pursue a BS Degree in Psychology and go into the Human Resources field, which she believed was the most suitable job for me. I did not understand what she meant at first, but I chose to go for it. As years passed, I came to realize that she was right – I am actually happy with where I am now.

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