Last active: 11/07/2014
When I was still a student, I never worried my parents with my tuition fees and allowances for I worked hard to find a scholarship that could sustain my educational needs, especially for my college studies. Fortunately, I was given a chance to be a Working Scholar in the university I've attended. I had my busiest life in college yet I still excel in my academic subjects and even afford to join some organizations that could help boost my confidence, not just as a person but also as a leader, some of these are JPIA(Member), JFINEX(Auditor), Graduating Class Officer(Vice President-MA & Accountancy).
Just a week after my graduation, I had already my first job as Branch HR at the same time an Accounting staff, with this experience I learned to be more flexible on how to manage my time for I am doing multi-tasking. Honestly, I had my hard time being a HR because it is not my field of study but I was able to adapt and learn new things that could help me develop my communication and interpersonal skills.
After one year, I transferred to another company for I want to go back with my field, for my previous company have given me a lot of HR works than accounting works. This time, I want to learn and explore the world of accounting.
Recently, I am working in a multinational company. As a part of their BPO services, I work during night shift for we have to be parallel with our client in U.S. Though it is not easy to be in this shift yet I was able to deliver quality services with my client and even meet my company's expectation. With this hard work of mine, they recognized and awarded me as "Team Lead's Choice", part of the "Best Team" , "2nd Top Performer and some ideas that I've submitted and implemented in the project for process improvement.
After 1 year and 2 months, they promoted me to a higher position as Senior Analyst wherein I could practice to handle people in preparation for the next level I have wish to achieve.