When and How Often Should You Give Your Workers a Raise?

It’s the five-word question every worker wants to ask (but is often too scared to do so) and every employer or business owner expects to hear at some point: “May I have a raise?”

asking raise

It usually starts off with a very long introduction like “I’ve been working for you for over a year now, and I’ve been doing very well… I think… I learned a lot and have contributed to your business hopefully… so I wanted to ask…”

As the boss, you can’t necessarily blame a worker for having this desire. After all, the point of working is to earn an income sufficient to support one’s needs and the needs of one’s family. Increasing salary and improving financial standing is a worthy pursuit and expectation for anyone.

But when to grant raises and the frequency at which pay increases should be given are challenging questions to answer.

Let’s first explain the best way to handle pay increases for your Filipino VA. Then we’ll explore a few different types of raises employers give to workers.

Raises for your Filipino virtual assistant

It’s no secret that the cost of living in the Philippines is far lower than it is in the United States. Similarly, Filipinos’ salaries are significantly lower than the average U.S. pay. It’s common for professionals in the Philippines, such as engineers and professors to make $300–$400 a month. When you hire a Filipino VA, be aware that many skilled Filipino VAs are available for between $300 and $400. You should usually plan on paying them a little less than they are asking.

Then comes the raise.

In a markedly different approach to most companies who employ local, in-house full-time employees, you should give your VA a raise in two or three months after they start, contingent, of course, on whether the VA was meeting your expectations. Raise the VA’s salary to the amount they originally requested during the hiring process.

After the initial raise, additional raises are certainly appropriate. A good guideline is to give raises annually, provided your VA has performed well. More frequent raises can be given at your discretion. Raises should also be given when your VA has proven to be dedicated and loyal to your business.

The Thirteenth Month

In the Philippines, there is a law that requires employers to pay employees an additional month’s pay after they have been with the organization for one year. This pay is part of the employee’s salary and is paid out in December. It is known as “the Thirteenth Month.” You will pay this to your Filipino VA. If your VA has not been with you a full year once December rolls around, you will pro-rate the Thirteenth Month pay appropriately.

Bonuses

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And this bonus is for doing things better than I do them!

While raises are increases to one’s salary, a bonus is a one-time payout, ordinarily given as a reward for exemplary work or completion of goals. Bonuses can also be given in the form of profit sharing when a company as a whole has reached a certain financial threshold. Lastly, businesses can give a bonus at a certain time of year, such as Christmas, as a gift to employees.

I give raises from time to time to my VAs when they have produced exemplary work and when they have extended their efforts beyond my expectations. They are paid separately from salary, including separately from the Thirteenth Month.

Let me relate a story to illustrate how and why you should give bonuses to your Filipino VA:

Once, I gave one of my VAs a marketing task. I gave the VA specific instructions on how to accomplish the task. At first, I got regular updates from my VA, explaining what progress he was making with the project. After six months, the updates stopped, and I heard nothing about how the project was proceeding. I sent a follow-up email to check in with my VA and to see why the updates had stopped. In reality, the updates had stopped because he had figured out a better way to accomplish the tasks than with the information I had provided. The VA explained to me that through research, he had discovered more effective tools and methods to fulfilling the assignment.

I was shocked. I couldn’t believe my Filipino VA would try to do things better after I had given him instructions to do it “my way.” But I was impressed with his proactive attitude and desire to take the project a step beyond what I had asked. To reward him for his efforts, and to show my appreciation, I gave him a $100 bonus. He was thrilled.

Though the VA was going about things in a more effective way, he was afraid that I might not like the fact he had taken things down a different road. This is a typical way of thinking among the Filipinos. They don’t want to let you down or disappoint you. So, showing them your gratitude for excellent work is important.

Common Types of Raises

Now that you know how to address raises with your Filipino VA, consider the following ways in which different organizations increase their employees’ salaries. You can use some of these as models for how you decide to grant raises.

1. Performance-based or merit-based raises

This is a common method for granting raises. As the idea suggests, companies that subscribe to this way of giving pay increases do so when an employee has demonstrated sustained exemplary performance. Think of this type of raise as a reward for good work.

The amount of raise will depend on how well the employee has performed. It would be rare to give a performance raise more than once a year, and an annual raise of this type is quite appropriate.

Performance raises are a wonderful way to motivate top workers to continue excelling. They are also effective methods of enticing employees who may be struggling to recommit themselves and redouble their efforts.

2. Cost of living raises

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This is a basic solution to get your employee’s estimated basic salary.

Some companies take the economy into consideration when giving raises. Inflation is a part of life. The cost of housing, food, utilities and gasoline can steadily rise, reducing how far the dollar can go. To help offset these burdens, companies will increase employees’ salaries so they might maintain their standard of living. Like performance-based raises, these are almost always given annually.

3. Raises at the end of probationary period

Many companies hire an employee at a particular salary and then, upon successful completion of a “probationary period,” the employee will be given a raise. This period is usually between 30 and 90 days, during which time the employee receives on-the-job training. However, not all companies that have probationary periods grant pay increases at the end of the period. Often, this is simply a time to evaluate whether the employee will be a good fit for the company and whether they will be able to handle the workload and assignments they will be given.

4. Goal-based raises

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The happier your employee, the faster and better they work for you to reach your business goals.

Similar to performance-based raises, these increases are typically given during a quarterly, semiannual or annual period. During the designated time period, the employee and employee work together to set attainable yet challenging goals. The goals must be measurable, specific and directly related to the employee’s job duties.

At the end of the selected period, the employer and employee will evaluate whether the goals were attained and to what extent they were achieved. Usually, if the goals were met at the minimum level, the employee will get a raise; however, if the employee exceeded expectations, the raise will be greater.

You must exercise caution if considering goal-based raises with your Filipino VA. Often, unfortunately, employers use goals instead of training as a way to give incentive to employees. In the Philippines, this type of raise method can cause complacency and create fear with the VA. This is because your VA will be so concerned about pleasing you that they will be scared that they aren’t doing enough to meet those goals. They worry that if they don’t achieve the goal they will be fired. Therefore, goal-based raises can have the opposite effect that you would desire. This type of raise should be discouraged.

5. Promotions

In most cases, if an employee is promoted to a higher position within the organization, a salary increase is included. Employers recognize that such a change brings more responsibility and heightened accountability. Though it is rare for an employee to be promoted multiple times in a year, if this scenario played out, it would be likely that a raise would accompany the promotion each time.when do I get paid

Giving raises to your virtual assistant is an important part of your business relationship. When you give a raise to someone it shows you appreciate their efforts; it demonstrates that you value their contributions; it expresses confidence in their abilities. A raise also motivates the VA to continue producing high-quality work. Raises improve morale, job satisfaction and incentive for your VA. Make these a priority in your business.


John JonasAbout John Jonas
John helps business owners learn to outsourcing to the Philippines and replace themselves with virtual assistants.
He founded and owns OnlineJobs.ph.

He currently employs 14 amazing Filipino workers full-time and loves every one of them. He lives in Utah, has a wonderful wife, 4 amazing kids, and golfs 4-5 times/week.

Find John at JonasBlog.com and Facebook.


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Comments

      • Jessa says

        I’m turning 2 yrs in the company.
        I was hoping my boss will give me a raise.
        The last raise was after probation period only.
        I don’t know how to approach that he will not get offended or might kick me out after asking.. :(

        • says

          Wow, that is a long time to ask for a raise. But I don’t think you should be afraid to ask for a raise. Just send your employer an email or a message reminding him or her that you’ve been working with the company for over 2 years. Then list down the good work you have done over the years. After pointing those facts out, you can then remind your boss that it’s been over 2 years since you got a raise and that based on your loyalty and performance, it’s time to get a pay increase.

  1. stephanie lynn literatus says

    Have a pleasant day, im looking for a job and hope that anyone who can help me. Thanks

    • says

      You can apply for any of the jobs posted here or on our website by signing up for an Onlinejobs.ph jobseeker account. It’s completely free and takes only minutes to apply. Having a jobseeker account also gives you access to thousands of new online jobs daily.

      To start the registration process, just follow this link ===> http://www.onlinejobs.ph/register

      Once you’ve completed your profile, you can start searching for the job that you want here ===>http://www.onlinejobs.ph/jobseekers/jobsearch/

      You can find a wide variety of jobs there, from data entry, design, writing, programming, and more!

      The job posts would contain all the information you need to apply for that position.

  2. Basti says

    ARE YOU KIDDING, HIGH OR SOMETHING?
    Are you living in the early 90s???
    Professionals earn 300-400 a month?????
    I would agree with you if it’s a week or if the contractor is working 10hrs a week 300 monthly.
    maybe that would be fine as well if you are desperate to find a temporary startup job or you are a working student. that salary isn’t even enough to pay for a workstation that the contractor needs to work, maintenance and also to pay the electricity and internet bills! a pc that is well enough to perform a simple online job will cost P20k (won’t lag or is good enough for internet and admin jobs). my workstation costs over P60k (coz i work with graphics, websites and videos), our monthly electricity/water bill is 4k+, internet 1k+, grocery for home school and work costs 12k+, school 5k, and school work allowance 6k+/-, house 10k, and there’s more (we’re not even a hi/mid class family)! and you still think 300-400 a month is enough and for a professional?
    call centers that doesn’t require a skill even pays 20k a month for starters, and you expect to pay skilled contractors much lower than that?
    i think the one who wrote this article really is underestimating and looked way down on Filipinos. You thought Filipinos are desperate for work that they will work for something as low as you expected.
    And what i hate the most about it is that for example, they wanted a graphic artist to work on Adobe Photoshop/illustrator or any tools/software, but in order for the graphic/output to be legal, the artist must use a licensed/purchased product to avoid issues with using illegal products for production but the client already expects the contractor to buy that on their own. Tell me, how can a contractor afford $1k USD a month for a software when he/she only earns a quarter of how it costs???
    and you FYI, paying a contractor less isn’t really cost effective because that will make the contractor work less effective, unwilling to learn or work, will not deliver on time or not deliver the highest quality/good quality, or will waste your time training them because most contractors who will buy that are either inexperienced or has very low level of knowledge so basically you are wasting money instead of saving.
    so the best way is to pay the contractors the right amount and get the quality you expect.

    • says

      @Basti – Thanks for taking the time to comment.
      We take most of our data from our own website where we see what workers are asking for. They’re not just made up numbers.
      Also, keep in mind that a majority of the workers found on OnlineJobs.ph are outside of Manila and Cebu. Salaries are much higher in the cities than they are in the outskirts.

      With this in mind, I’ll spend some time looking around at current salaries outside of OnlineJobs.ph and make updates as necessary.

      • Vickie says

        The salary sample is not really appropriate, and because some employers rely on what was written in here, they now have an idea that Filipinos are this cheap and will be precedent to other Filipinos looking for an opportunity to work online.
        A highly skilled Filipino worker should not be paid this cheap, just because they work online (homebased) would mean employers can abuse the circumstances of the Filipinos whether located in Manila or outside Metro Manila. It is but fair to pay them with the right amount especially if the employee is very good with what he/she does in terms of task/work assigned.
        Another problem I see here is with the base rate sample provided, employers will think that since Filipino’s can be paid with this amount that we wouldn’t have any choice whatsoever because it is now considered a norm for most.
        Please don’t get me wrong. I too have been a victim of this “norm pay”. I work for 11 hours everyday, Mondays to Fridays and when I asked my employer for a salary raise, he said that he based my pay from most of the salary he saw from this website and I consider myself highly skilled – and so I left because it made me feel that low knowing that “some” employers think of Filipinos as cheap as the pay written in here as an example. No pun intended but honestly, that $300-$400 you stated on this write-up is just a salary of the caregiver of my mother in law and what she does on a regular basis is to wipe her ass (2-3 x a day), sleep and watch TV the whole day.

      • Aprilr says

        A part time professor is paid around 250 per hour. If you compute and convert it, that’s $900 to $1000 per month and not $300 to $400.

        • says

          If the professor is part-time that means he or she only works roughly 4 hours a day. Let’s say the professor works 5 days a week, 4 hours a day. That’s a total of 20 working days per week. Multiply that by 4 weeks equals 80 working hours per month. 80 working hours per month times P250 per hour is equal to P20,000 per month. We divide P20k by the exchange rate by, let’s say. P45/$1, , that’s equivalent to $444 per month.

          • Mary Rose Rosas says

            No, because even though it’s part time, most universities would give them full load. They are just hired as part time or contractuals so that they won’t be given a higher hourly rate. so yes, it should be like the figure she said.

      • Alexandra says

        Let me debunk this. I was a University instructor (not even a professor yet) and started working fresh out of college. My salary was Php 27,000 ($550). On top of that I receive an honorarium of Php 10,000 for research + 13th and 14th month pay + other bonuses (clothing, rice, productivity) + insurance for retirement. I’m not making this up. I’ll send you my pay slip if you need evidence. Point is, your data is wrong. And it contributes badly to the Philippine economy (stunted growth in salary and in result, also the lifestyle of Filipinos will suffer). Those figures would represent a hand-to-mouth salary. If other countries live in luxury and excess, they can open their hearts to helping developing countries like ours. Changing your figures by a mere $200 or so wouldn’t hurt their pockets. Not because we are exploiting them, but because knowing how hard-working Filipinos are, we deserve a break from poverty. My salary that I’ve mentioned before, couldn’t give me the luxury of buying a car, owning a house would take more than a decade, because supporting my family’s basic and medical needs are priority. That’s the reality. Please think about the impact of those figures. A lot of employers are not willing to give decent salaries because they base it on this blog.

        If your data is based merely on your own database, I’ll explain to you why those figures are so low. Filipinos are trying to be competitive. There are those that aren’t any good or don’t deliver great outputs that would put say $300 on their expected salary. Mine was originally around $900(?) but had to drastically lower it to be competitive. I know I’m worth than that but had to show that I’m willing to work for that rate just so employers would consider my application.

        P.S. Please check out this link (survey done right): freelancing.ph/2016-pinoy-freelancer-salary-guide/

      • Alexandra says

        I forgot to mention that I live in Iloilo. Lifestyle here is significantly less expensive than that of Cebu or Manila but those rates are still incredibly cheap. Please double check your facts.

  3. joe says

    I agree only a newbie or someone desperate would take that kind of offer, a new hire employee locally would get around 20-25,000 PHP in a bpo industry, and the skilled ones would get around 30,000 to 35,000 depending on what account they handle. we don’t want to work just to pay the bills what if something bad happens and you don’t have money in the bank, And just you know Phil Health will only pay 20% of your hospital bills. so what about the 80%? do you think $200 a month would cover for that? how about food? even if you live in the outskirts of manila that wont be enough, lets be reasonable this ain’t work no more.. its slavery…… and do you know how much an internet service cost here? $40 to $50 for a decent internet speed 5 to 8 mbps, do the math! pls update your salary range asap!

    • Jake C says

      If the rates offered on this website were not competitive, I would think the market would find another avenue for Filipino folks to outsource business processes. In the meantime I see quality applicants willing to work for less, not just in the Philippines, but in the US as well. What do you think BPO has done to the US freelance market? Nothing is stopping an applicant from requesting more money if they feel they can provide more. The first rule of economics is scarcity.

  4. yousaf bilal says

    i joind a any one job fr first time thanks all friends and plz healp me this job plzzzz friends ………..

    • says

      You can apply for any of the jobs posted here or on our website by signing up for an Onlinejobs.ph jobseeker account. It’s completely free and takes only minutes to apply. Having a jobseeker account also gives you access to thousands of new online jobs daily.

      To start the registration process, just follow this link ===> http://www.onlinejobs.ph/register

      Once you’ve completed your profile, you can start searching for the job that you want here ===>http://www.onlinejobs.ph/jobseekers/jobsearch/

      You can find a wide variety of jobs there, from data entry, design, writing, programming, and more!

      The job posts would contain all the information you need to apply for that position.

  5. Semay says

    Hi Jonas,

    I think I agree with the previous comments above. Most of the virtual workers have their own work space and back up work space. Not to mention a main internet connection plus a back-up (usually amounting to a total of $90-$100). I would suggest you update the salary mark up since most workers are given low offers. Newbies may accept a salary range of $300-$400 but that honestly is not enough. Data entry jobs are now paid a minimum of $3/hr. Voiced jobs like telemarketing are paid a minimum of $5/hr. We have to consider a lot of things like HMO’s, benefits, leaves which most virtual employers do not consider. A local (US) employee is paid $12-$15/hr that’s why they outsource. I have declined on several offers because they were way too low. One mentioned that their basis was the blogs seen on your site. I am pretty concerned on workers who will be underpaid. You have to look both ways. It should be a win-win situation. Let us meet half way.

    • says

      You can apply for any of the jobs posted here or on our website by signing up for an Onlinejobs.ph jobseeker account. It’s completely free and takes only minutes to apply. Having a jobseeker account also gives you access to thousands of new online jobs daily.

      To start the registration process, just follow this link ===> http://www.onlinejobs.ph/register

      Once you’ve completed your profile, you can start searching for the job that you want here ===>http://www.onlinejobs.ph/jobseekers/jobsearch/

      You can find a wide variety of jobs there, from data entry, design, writing, programming, and more!

      The job posts would contain all the information you need to apply for that position.

  6. Vince says

    This is a good article, but salary range has to be edited. $300-400 is “ONLY” for first timers, someone who does not have an experience and is yet to learn. But for VA’s who have been working for 3-5+ years, average salary should be between $600-$1000 depending on his skills and abilities. For example, you are a seasoned coder, who knows ins and out of WordPress code system, I think it’s fair to have around $800 at least. It’s still a way lot cheaper than hiring an American, but at the same time does not insult Filipino VA’s.

  7. Jessica Sanders says

    This is a great article, minus the salary issue that has been addressed. I have been outsourcing Filipino VA’s for 2 years, and this is the first time I’ve heard about the 13th month. We start our salary low until the probationary period is met. Then we increase based on merit, and offer bonuses based on production. Several of our VA’s have been able to increase thier living standards significantly while working with us.

  8. B says

    Good day would like to ask if when will be your increase effective? i mean the effectivity is it after a month of your anniversary or the day after your anniversary?

    Regards,
    B

    • says

      You can apply for any of the jobs posted here or on our website by signing up for an Onlinejobs.ph jobseeker account. It’s completely free and takes only minutes to apply. Having a jobseeker account also gives you access to thousands of new online jobs daily.

      To start the registration process, just follow this link ===> http://www.onlinejobs.ph/register

      Once you’ve completed your profile, you can start searching for the job that you want here ===>http://www.onlinejobs.ph/jobseekers/jobsearch/

      You can find a wide variety of full-time, part-time and project-based jobs there, from data entry, design, writing, programming, and more!

      The job posts would contain all the information you need to apply for that position.

  9. Jayson Guevarra says

    Hello! Do you get the chance to review the clients’s ads before they post? How come I’ve noticed that lately most of them only offer salary ranges from $200-$250 for full time (40 hours) or even lower? I understand that they’re trying to cut cost but they also have to be competitive with their pay. Thank you.

  10. Anjelz says

    I like the blog minus the salary matrix. I do agree with others that the salary offer was too low especially for the skilled workers. I also noticed that there are job postings these past weeks that offer as low as 150-200 usd monthly?! And that’s full time already. Don’t you think that that’s quite unfair and insulting? Also, Regardless the Va’s location, the pay should be competitive. I hope the admin will do something about this.

  11. Mary Lee Trono says

    If you want consistent raises, you have to keep learning and adding to your skill set all the time. Thank you and God bless.

  12. lovely zambrano says

    hi mam. im a mother of 2 beautiful children, i want to apply any homebased that fits me, i willing to undergo training just to prove and enchance my skill.. hope i can find any jobs thats fit in my skills, thank you

    • says

      You can apply for any of the jobs posted here or on our website by signing up for an Onlinejobs.ph jobseeker account. It’s completely free and takes only minutes to apply. Having a jobseeker account also gives you access to thousands of new online jobs daily.

      To start the registration process, just follow this link ===> http://www.onlinejobs.ph/register

      Once you’ve completed your profile, you can start searching for the job that you want here ===>http://www.onlinejobs.ph/jobseekers/jobsearch/

      You can find a wide variety of full-time, part-time and project-based jobs there, from data entry, design, writing, programming, and more!

      The job posts would contain all the information you need to apply for that position.

  13. Corrine says

    I don’t agree with $300-$400 a month! This is not fair!!!
    Foreigners have been abusing Filipinos and they offer low wages.
    Well, LIFE IS like a WHEEL!
    Take note of this and better consider the shoes of VAs.

  14. JESS says

    As a US based business owner, I recommend asking for the raise with a detailed proposal. If your performance has been good, most US businesses won’t terminate you for asking to increase your wages. .

  15. Eddie says

    One commenter hit it on the head. You have to continually learn and improve skill sets. If done correctly, most of these skills ‘lead’ indirectly to money in the pocket of employers. Here’s the perspective from a ‘very’ small American business owner. Understand that some training is required, and I am investing time into you to show you my processes and visions for growth. I need to feel comfortable that you understand requirements and have a desire to help my company/s grow. Basically, if you help me, I will take care of you. i.e raises

  16. Scott N says

    Its a great article. I will keep the 13th month in mind. I will also ensure continuous professional development of my workers 😀

  17. Karen says

    Not all employer are the same. My salary was raise 3 yrs ago without 13th month and bonus. Now is my 6 yrs working to him.

  18. rodney says

    good day.im willing to work anykind of onlinejob full-time just teach me how step by step anybody can help me thank you.

    • says

      You can apply for any of the jobs posted here or on our website by signing up for an Onlinejobs.ph jobseeker account. It’s completely free and takes only minutes to apply. Having a jobseeker account also gives you access to thousands of new online jobs daily.

      To start the registration process, just follow this link ===> http://www.onlinejobs.ph/register

      Once you’ve completed your profile, you can start searching for the job that you want here ===>http://www.onlinejobs.ph/jobseekers/jobsearch/

      You can find a wide variety of full-time, part-time and project-based jobs there, from data entry, design, writing, programming, and more!

      The job posts would contain all the information you need to apply for that position.

  19. Jerom Dioso says

    Happy to hear from my boss asking about 13th month pay. He have no idea about this, I will explain to him when he is already awake. $$$ is coming
    Actually this is his first time to hire a VA, I am working for him for almost 4 months.
    So lucky to have an employer like him.

    Thanks a lot onlinejobs.ph for this opportunity and blessings

  20. peter appleton says

    Hello everyone. I am a foreign boss and in the process of hiring.. i have a few points and that is i have been working on China and have watched the labor go hire over the years. now it not affect me since i can afford it and i still make money.
    but overall it is forcing many employers to look to others like Vietnam and yes Philippines. so on one hand be happy that your rates are low to draw the employers. Its tricky. yes workers deserve good pay and raises. but not all industries can afford it. The world is so bloody competitive in all markets that it is getting difficult to survive unless you are a big super company.
    However that said. having lower paid workers, it is now up to bosses to pay when work is good. give raises when sales are up. if they don’t or can’t? 2 reasons. thier business is caught and they just holding on to survive or number 2? some bosses are just so cheap with little hearts. If they could pay you lower? they would. without any guilt.
    So workers. look for the good bosses. find the good companies. Some guy above said 2 years or 3 years no raises? no bonuses? drop them move on. This is the new economy. global markets and contracting. Don’t get stuck in dead ends. but realize now..if everyone marches and strikes for higher demands? employers will go running to another country in search of low salaries. stay low, stay quiet but be strong hunters. there are good paying bosses. they will reward.
    My position? i need low salaries to start. but i always look for long term and will give raise in one to 2 months. and bonuses will come quarterly. and if you are good? i will raise more. help me make money. i make money. you will be very happy. that’s my way. its a team game. I am sick of King and slave mentality. Be fair. hook us with low entry. show us your stuff. get rid of the dead beat bosses. There is more companies looking your way. I am one of them. and i am Canadian living in China 6 years. China was low salaries.. look where China is now. Get smart people. Soak it up and learn business!
    cheers everyone. I appreciate your contribution to the global world. Lets go!

    • Lex Prailius says

      Finally somebody who gets it! I’m a foreign employer as well and I find your comment really refreshing. I was unaware of the actual living costs of the Philippines and I decided to look through this page to brush up on how things run within that country. It’s a shame that companies would want to wait an entire year before raising their salaries, to me, that’s insane! Especially if employee’s are providing excellent work to even get your company running. I can see your point on starting off low though, it makes sense as to keeping the Filipinos from suddenly getting job offers. I agree with Peter on this one, keep your entry asking rate low, but don’t be afraid to expect raises frequently. You guys need to live too and it doesn’t make sense why employers wouldn’t even consider this.

      As I was reading through all of the comments, obviously there’s a discrepancy here on just how much is best for contractors to start. Perhaps this needs to be fixed to at least make it more comfortable for employees to take these job offers. Unfortunately for me, my own business is JUST beginning and I have hired VA’s based on custom terms, but I am well aware just how important it is to keep those who are loyal and providing great work and make sure they’re happy too. I wish you guys the best and hopefully my own online business will become successful after a month or so, I will be looking for a lot more workers if this is the case.

  21. Marielle Petere says

    Good day

    I want to ask about the email, how can I sent an email to others especially in to my employer in this web page?

  22. Marnilyn Ulibas says

    Hello Ma’am. Can you help me. I got scammed here after applying online jobs in your website.
    I already work for 108 hours and expecting to get paid but as i verified my employer he has already scammed a number of workers as said by your customer representative from facebook.
    Is there any chances that the job i have done will still be paid.

    • says

      You can apply for any of the jobs posted here or on our website by signing up for an Onlinejobs.ph jobseeker account. It’s completely free and takes only minutes to apply. Having a jobseeker account also gives you access to thousands of new online jobs daily.

      To start the registration process, just follow this link ===> http://www.onlinejobs.ph/register

      Once you’ve completed your profile, you can start searching for the job that you want here ===>http://www.onlinejobs.ph/jobseekers/jobsearch/

      You can find a wide variety of full-time, part-time and project-based jobs there, from data entry, design, writing, programming, and more!

      The job posts would contain all the information you need to apply for that position.

  23. Edward Algodon says

    First of all. I want to thank God for got me here in this wonderfull jobsite.hope that im get hire for the job im looking for… in that way I can showcase my full ability and my knowleage to contribute in future client in thier success…

    More power …onlinejob.ph

  24. Edward Algodon says

    Good day…im looking for a job that fit my work criteria…im a internet browser…can you help me to find a job such as data entry job position

    Thank you alot…more power onlinejob.ph

    • says

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  25. jose Daniel says

    I am Indian. I have experience 5 years more in video editing. submit my profile.
    BIO-DATA
    JOSE DANIEL
    KRUPALAYAM HOUSE
    KADAVU STOP-ZION SINAI
    MURIYADU-IRINJALAKUDA
    PIN-680 683
    MOB: 8129039233
    EMAIL: josedaniel2009fb@gmail.com
    ___________________________________________________________________

    Objectives:
    To obtain a creative and challenging position as Non Linear Video Editor in post-production of Media & TV / Advertising / Animation Industries that enables gaining valuable experience and improving skills.

    Summary
    • Sound knowledge and experience in Video Editing using all updated versions.
    • Adept at Audio Synchronize and Editing.
    • Well versed with titling technique and graphic design principles to produce innovative and rich content.
    • Proven high abilities to be an efficient, multi-tasked, dependable & reliable worker.
    • Capable to manage multiple tasks, meet deadline with professionalism and strong work ethics.

    Professional experience:

    • Designation: Video Editor
    • Responsible for editing On Feature Shows, News Feature, Ads, Short Films, Documentary
    • Environment: Non Linear Video Editing, Compositing, Special effects
    • BPO:- Data Editing:( Software.OCR )Data Convertion:(softwareAbby fine reader), Data Entry(software.Photoshop)

    Video Editing Lab –Kollam-Kerala- India:
    • Designation: Video Editor
    • Responsible for Pre-Production, Production and Post-Production, Corporate Shows, Corporate Presentation, Events, Live Shows, Short Films, Documentary
    • Environment: Online Video Editor, on Linear Video Editing, Special effects, Dubbing, Re-Recording and Titling
    • Responsible for editing Short Films, Documentary Films, Ads, Video Albums, Tele Films, Corporate Presentations and Program Editing
    • Environment: Non Linear Video Editing, Dubbing, Re-recording and Titling
    Technical Proficiencies:
    • Video Editing: AVID, Adobe Premiere Pro, Premier 6.5, Filmora, Edius
    • Special Effects: Adobe After Effects, Motion, Live type
    • DVD Authoring: Adobe Encore DVD, DVD Studio Pro
    • Operating System: Windows

    Personal Details:
    Father’s Name : Daniel ( Late)
    Date of Birth : 04.02.1979
    Religion : Christian
    Marital Status : Married
    Nationality : Indian
    Educational Qualification
    • S.S.L.C.
    • V.H.S.E. ( Office Secretary ship)
    • Diploma in Mentally Retarded Children (Foundation Course)
    • B.COM CO-OPERATION COMPLETED

    Computer Knowledge:
    • DCA
    • MS OFFICE
    • COMPUTER TTC
    Languages known:
    • English
    • Malayalam
    Experience:
    • Total 5 Years Experience as a Video Editor

    Declaration:
    I hereby declare that all the information mentioned above are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

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