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As promised in this article – Expanded Maternity Leave: Inclusions and Implications in the Workplace, here are the updated table of contributions for the SSS fund. (ER – Employer, EE – Employee) For those of you who have kasambahays, here’s their table. OFW contribution table is as well noted here. The effective month is April […]
#BalanceforBetter: Quick Reminders for HR Practitioners
“Pwede na magbuntis!” is what I kept hearing after news came out that the President Rodrigo Duterte signed the bill. But, what is it, really? What does it mean to the couple, to the employees, to the employers and to the HR practitioners?
Originally posted on Leading with Trust:
My wife is a big fan of TV cooking shows. You name it, she likes to watch it: IronChef, TopChef, Great American Food Truck, and MasterChef, just to name a few. While recently watching an episode of MasterChef Junior, the show featuring young children displaying their culinary talents in…
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Brian Walker, Chief Human Resource Officer at Unifrax, was on point in his article “A Human Resource Career Is Not For ‘Nice’ People.”
HR, should be, more than anything else, fair, not nice alone.
HR, must know how to empathize. Empathy. Reminds me of my article on Veron Estrella (also read Veronica Estrella: Paving the Way to an Authentic, Humanized and Globally Competent Filipino HR) where she also emphasized the importance of empathy in HR.
Finally, I loved this part – “I made a recent acquaintance at a conference. This gentleman started his career as an Aeronautics engineer, moved to Finance, and now works in HR. I asked him about his transition into HR, and I loved his quote:
I was surprised about how difficult HR is. Designing airplanes that won’t fall out of the sky is a lot easier than managing HR. Well said.”
Curious? Take a look at his full article here.