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When Is the Best Time to Make the Leap From Your Day Job to Entrepreneur?

Leaving your day job before your startup is earning sufficient revenue is a really, really bad idea

An increasing number of people these days are starting their own businesses, either going into freelancing or opening companies to do what they love. Today, it's not uncommon to launch a career as an entrepreneur while maintaining a day job to pay ...

by James Parsons  | March 04, 2019 06:00:00
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Things Holding You Back from Leaving a Job You Hate (Even if You Really Want to Resign)

And why you deserve better things in life

Don't fall into the black hole of complacencyHow many times have you said that you’re done with your job, that you’re really going to resign, only to begrudgingly go back to work the following day and decide to keep on grinding until the ...

by Charlene J. Owen of  | February 11, 2019 08:00:00
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12 Signs You're Financially Ready to Quit Your Job

Make sure these 12 factors are in line before you quit

Almost everyone dreams of quitting their job to snag a promotion and boost their paycheck at another company, launch a money-making startup, retire early or maybe take time off to travel.But, if you fantasize about triumphantly proclaiming “I quit my job!” at your next ...

by Charlene Oldham  | November 15, 2018 08:00:00
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(Infographic) How to Quit Your Job -- Without Burning Bridges

Here's how to seamlessly make an exit

Quitting a job is never easy. From giving notice to wrapping up projects and saying farewell to colleagues and bosses, it’s a tricky process. At times, you could find yourself leaving on a bad note. To avoid burning any bridges, here are a ...

by Rose Leadem  | October 03, 2018 06:00:00
News and Events

Things That Immediately Happen When You Resign from a Job You Hate

Can you feel the kilig?

There are few things more nega than waking up and forcing yourself to go to work when you’re totally done with your current nine-to-five. You’re not even suffering a burnout—you’re just really sick of what you've been doing day in and day out, and ...

by Charlene J. Owen of  | August 06, 2018 12:00:00
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6 Signs It's Better to Resign Than Wait for Things to Change

Don't be a career martyr

Making the decision to leave your current company is not easy, especially if you know that you’ll be jumping out of the comfort zone you’ve stayed in for years. While the length of your tenure should be taken into consideration when contemplating ...

by Charlene J. Owen of  | June 10, 2018 02:00:00
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Signs That Your Boss is Abusive and You Should Consider Resigning

Bully bosses are not worth the stress

You’ve probably had a strict boss at some point in your career: one who doesn’t take anyone’s crap, who’s focused on efficiency, and who pushes you to your limits. Maybe he or she turned out to be your accidental mentor, because of ...

by Charlene J. Owen of  | April 10, 2018 12:00:00
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When an Employee Wants to Quit, You're Much Better Off Helping Him or Her Make the Transition

One sign of a well-run company is when employees can tell their boss they need to move on, without being shoved out the door

We’ve all been there. You realize the role you’re in is no longer working for you. You want to start looking for another job, but you don’t feel like you can have an open, honest conversation with your manager without being let ...

by Janet Comenos  | February 14, 2018 06:00:00
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Reasons Why You Want to Resign, According to a Survey

A recent Jobstreet report revealed what Pinoys find most satisfying in their jobs

There are some people who say that you apply for a job to build a career and not make friends, but spending almost half your day with your colleagues leads to relationships that go beyond those that are professional, and these inevitably ...

by Charlene J. Owen of  | November 14, 2017 12:00:00