Managing a business can be both a thrilling and challenging experience, testing your entrepreneurial skills at every aspect of your business.
Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, company offices have taken a backseat in favor of remote work setups. Companies have put their spaces and real estate investments on hold until the Philippine government has lifted its restrictions on travel and physical gathering.
With the worldwide implementation of the work-from-home scheme, many employees were pushed to innovate and discover ways to work efficiently while adjusting to their new work setup.
Whether it’s because of generous compensation, location, or flexibility, employees stay in a company for many reasons. One of the primary reasons that make them stay longer and enjoy their job is the company culture, which includes the organization’s values, ethics, business goals, and work environment.
The overall investment climate in the Philippines has improved in the past decade, and that’s a good thing. Experts say that the Philippines will sustain strong growth amidst the local and global uncertainties brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. They also stated that it will achieve new heights in economic growth in the coming years.
With rapid urbanization and a strong market capturing the labor pool of Central Luzon, Clark is steadily becoming one of the key locations in Luzon for many multinational and local companies who are looking to expand beyond Metro Manila.
Worldwide, women dominate the healthcare sector, making up more than half of the world’s population at 70% globally. In the Philippines, 72% of the total local healthcare and medical workforce consists of women and 90% of them serve as primary healthcare decision-makers for their households.