The Master SWITCH program of Schneider Electric aims to build a community and open opportunities for every Filipino electrician.
New data from LinkedIn shows that roles in medical, tech, and those that help drive business growth are among the fastest-growing in the PH
From the rise in skills-based hiring to the demand for hybrid work, the LinkedIn Jobs on the Rise list indicates that the employment landscape has undergone a wave of changes.
HP Philippines is recognized as a Great Place to Work® (GPTW) for the second year in a row. The recognition affirms HP’s commitment to championing a positive workplace culture by embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion as business imperatives that fuel innovation.
3M Global Service Center, the Philippine-based global shared service hub of the leading provider of science-based solutions, is now the top employer in the National Capital Region, according to the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP).
Alorica Philippines, one of the largest BPOs in the country with a workforce of 55,000+, recently received the prestigious Great Place to Work® certification for the first time, with 81% of its participating employees affirming the company’s positive work culture.
Google to equip 39,000 Filipino youths with in-demand, job-ready skills through Google Career Certificate scholarships
Google announced that it will provide 39,000 Google Career Certificate scholarships to equip Filipino students and job seekers from underserved communities with job-ready skills.
Gamification is defined as a process in which game-like elements such as scoring, rewards, and competitions are placed to create a more engaging workplace experience.
Financial services company Payoneer and mobile wallet app GCash recently released The Philippines Freelance Market 2022 Report, a survey report on the current state of the gig economy in the Philippines.
Lenovo recently announced the launch of its Workplace Solutions portfolio designed to give organizations the confidence to welcome their employees back.