Canadian Filipinos raised in the Philippinesmay need to approach things differently if they want to succeed as managers in a Canadian workplace.
Vancouver is a coffee-crazed city. With the cool clouds and almost always rainy weather, it just makes so much sense for Vancouverites to need a cup of joe first thing in the morning and throughout the day.
To secure a job and succeed in the Canadian workplace, Filipinos will do well to take certain traditional Filipino traits to work and restrain a few.
In my previous articles, I introduced the concept of the “Gig Economy”: the increase of free-lance, contract, project, part-time and multiple-jobs work which is signaling a change on how we see “career”, work and the entire job-search process and employer/employee relationship.
In previous articles, I introduced the Gig Economy and how we can either choose or become forced to jump into it. The Gig Economy is the major trend in the world of employment and career life. It challenges our culture’s concepts of success and creates a chaos around how we manage finances and time.