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From Supervisor to Mother: Lessons from RareJob Mentors

by Rennie Ann Salandanan | May 27, 2021

Five years with RareJob and I’ve made my way from a rank-and-file writer to a Material Supervisor. Since then, I’ve been given bigger responsibilities from editing writers’ outputs to leading projects and being the left hand of program development leaders. But working cross-border and handling a team of five to six members didn’t quite prepare me to be a first-time mother.

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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.

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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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