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...First week in my OJT May 25 Friday Our on-the job training in Tempura Japanese Restaurant took-off with a brief orientation with the store manager. First, the trainees were introduced to the whole staff, followed by a tour inside the store premises-from the dining area, then to the bar and finally in the kitchen. During this tour, the manager gave us a few ideas on how it works and we have our first glimpse on how the restaurant operates. After that activity, he/she gave us our first on-site post: the entrance. We’re instructed to stay there and open the door for the guests. He/She also reminded us that it’s a must to greet the incoming guests with “Yokoso , Ma’am/ Sir” while outgoing customers must hear the words “Doumo arigatou gozaimasu”. May 26 Saturday On our second day on Tempura, the staff taught us the standard position for serving. At the end of this activity, we were expected to learn the basic steps on how to serve the guests efficiently, have an adequate proficiency about the menu including the right pronunciation for each dish. A staff also made a demonstration on table-setting. In this task, the demonstrator specifically pointed-out that the table was set in a specific manner that follows a strict standard.After the activity, we were instructed to go back to our first designated post and usher the guests. May 27 Sunday After two days of warming-up on our new environment, the trainees were able to catch up on the life in Tempura. Day 3 is an exciting day......

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Ojt Narrative

...Management Submitted to: MARIA RELLIE B. KALACAS OJT Coordinator Submitted by: MICAH A. URRIZA Student Trainee 2011 – 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE PAGE …………………………………………………… i APPROVAL SHEET …………………………………………… ii CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION …………………………… iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ………………………………………. iv DEDICATION …………………………………………………… v HISTORY OF LSPU …………………………………………… vi LSPU VISION AND MISSION …………………………………… vii PART I INTRODUCTION What is OJT? …………………………………… 1 Advantages and Disadvantages of OJT …………… 2 Elements of OJT …………………………………… 3 History of the Establishment …………………… 4 Logo of the Establishment .............................. 5 Vision and Mission of the Establishment …… 6 PART II NARRATION OF EXPERIENCE OJT Experience …………………………………… CIRCLE ISLAND RESORT PART III CONCLUSION CIRCLE ISLAND RESORT …………………… PART IV RECOMMENDATION CIRCLE ISLAND RESORT …………………… PART V APPENDICES Appendix A: Copy Letter of Recommendation Appendix B: Acceptance Form Appendix C: OJT Agreement Appendix D: Performance Rating Appendix E: Pictures with Caption Appendix F: Evaluation Form Appendix G:......

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Hrm Ojt Weekly Report

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Ojt Essay

...Development Learning Center Educational Institutions * ------------------------------------------------- West Manila Christian School Educational Institutions Summary of ojt experience Finally my 200 hours of OJT is finally done. For a month I learned a lot of things “One of the most important things I’ve learned is that talent alone is not enough. It is important, but it is no guarantee of success. One must also be hardworking and should practice self-discipline. Sacrifice is important, too. “I learned through experience how to interact and communicate with people. You should Ask your boss if they have some work for you to do. You never know; they might hire you after the internship or in the future. Finally my 200 hours of OJT is finally done. For a month I learned a lot of things. I think studying is harder than working, though; the real world is easier than college  Compiling datas and save them. This whole OJT experience was a combination of fun, new learnings and new discoveries. In sum, the whole OJT experience wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. In fact, the 200 hours was a breeze except for those days when I had a hard time waking up, when traffic was really bad and when I was feeling lazy and out of it. Going to work and seeing some friendly faces helped a great deal. Having to do OJT with friends made it a whole lot easier for me.  My success couldn’t turn into reality without this following person who with all their help to me in different......

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Hrm in the Journal of Ojt

...VIKINGS LUXURY BUFFET RESTAURANT VISION To be the country’s leader in Buffet dining place category and be rated worldwide as a five star restaurant by consistently providing perfectly prepared dishes of international cuisine from the freshest and highest-quality ingredients, with live-action-cooking, excellent service and luxurious hotel-type ambience that sums up to an extraordinary dining experience. MISSION * To be the top Buffet Restaurant and be among the top ten restaurant brands in the country. * To redefine the concept of Buffet with lavish feast, live-action-cooking that lets diners create their own dishes. * To let the diners experience delicately prepared food from the freshest and highest quality ingredients. * To provide stylish and luxurious ambience and world class service to customers. * To offer an option, to frequent hotel diners and the rest of the community, a hotel-type and sumptuous but value for money and kid friendly buffet in a restaurant set up. * To employ the best Chefs and Hospitality professionals in the business and endow them with a good working environment, opportunity for growth, and above industry standard benefits and compensation. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE (VIKINGS F & B DINING SERVICE) Managing Director Corporate Service Manager Asst. Managing Director F & B Manager Dining Managers Dining Supervisors Receptionists Bartenders Waiter & Waitress Buffet Man......

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Hrm Practicum Manual in Ojt

...I had a great experience throughout the period of the training. My co-trainees, the whole staff of the restaurant and I shared many precious moments that made my whole training not only insightful but memorable as well. We had hard times, with my classmates Jenny, Joy and I, searching and submitting our resumes to the restaurants in Glorietta 3, finally the restaurant DADS Ultimate Buffet includes Kamayan and Saisaki accepted as to be their trainee. We were so happy that time for at last our hard time was over. The assistant supervisor, Mr. Nel Santos interviewed us and at the same time state the requirements we had to pass but my classmate joy couldn’t be able to come with us for some reason. After complying the requirements, Jenny and I had already started our training after we were briefed about the whole operations of the restaurant. My first day was draining, horrifying and ugly. It was not what I was expecting and it was not what I used to do. I hate the people, I hate what I was doing and I was like I was really, really looking forward to my 400th hour of my training. My first day passed by. When I arrived at my aunt’s house I couldn’t even step my feet any longer and the feeling was not very well. In the next day, I woke up at 9:30 in the morning and that time I was thinking if I can survive doing these things for almost 2 months. My second day became more horrible than my first because my co-trainees as well as the other staffs were a bit irritable. The days......

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Ojt Experience

...On-the-job training (OJT) is a form of training taking place in a normal working situation. OJT will generally help the students to increase their productivity and skills. It also help the students to become a young professional. It also helps the students to acquire relevant knowledge and skills by performing in actual work setting. Last April, i started my ojt at bsp. the required number of hours for us is 300 hrs. i was assigned at the eflc under liss with the supervision of ms catherine platon. eflc is the focal point of contact of the public of information concerning economic and financial matters. Instead of gathering various information from different departments/locations within the BSP, researchers can just visit the EFLC for their information requirements. i have observed their daily activities that they must comply. at the first week of my ojt, i was so nervous because they are professional people. i have to act professional to have a good impression o them. but at time goes by, i find myself working with them harmoniously. the staff are very approachable and nice. they are not really the serious type all the time. sometimes, you can joke and chitchat with them. they always bring food and share it with their co-employess and even to me. as a trainee, i have my tasks to do given by my supervisor. on the 1st day of my ojt, she told me that im going to have a prjoect and it will be passed at the end of my ojt. she told me to do a manual about the FAQs at......

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Ojt Form

... B. OJT INFORMATION Name of Cooperator : __________________________________________ Address : __________________________________________ Contact Person(s) : __________________________________________ Position/Decision : __________________________________________ Contact Number : __________________________________________ C. PERSON(S) TO BE NOTIFIED IN CASE OF EMMERGENCY: Name : __________________________________________ Relationship : __________________________________________ Address : __________________________________________ Contact Number Telephone No. : __________________________________________ Mobile Phone No. : __________________________________________ I hereby certify that all information written here are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. ______________________________ Signature of Student-Trainee Republic of the Philippines UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MINDANAO Kabacan, Cotabato COLLEGE OF BUSINESS, DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS, AND MANAGEMENT W A I V E R O F R I G H T This is to certify that I, ___________________________________________________ of legal age, Filipino and presently residing at ______________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ granted my son/daughter to have his/her On-the-Job Training (OJT) at ......

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Ojt Narrative

...TABLE OF CONTENT APPROVAL SHEET………..…….…………………………………………….….i AZALEA RESIDENCES CERTIFICATION…………………………………......ii CERTIFICATE OF OJT………………………………..………………………….iii DEDICATION…………………………………………….………………………....iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENT………..…………….………………………………..….v HISTORY OF LSPU…………………………………..……………….…………..vi VISION AND MISSION OF LSPU………………..……..……………………….vii Part I INTRODUCTION What is on the Job training………………………….……………1 Advantages & Disadvantages of OJT…………………………...2 Elements of OJT…………………………………………..………..4 Logo of the Establishment…………..…………………………….5 History of the Establishment……………………………………....6 Vision and Mission of Establishment…………………………….8 Part II NARRATION OF EXPERIENCE On the Job Training at Techno Park Hotel............................................10 Pre-Practicum Experience in Azalea Residences Baguio…………….21 Part III CONCLUSIONS On the Job Training………………………………………………24 Pre-practicum Experience……………………………………….24 Part IV RECOMMENDATION On the Job Training………………………………………………25 Pre-practicum Experience………………………………………..25 Part V ADDITIONAL EXHIBIT Pictures…………….………………………………………………..26 ...

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Memorandum Ojt

...MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT This Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) is entered into and executed by and between: R.E.C & Co., CPAs duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under the laws of the Philippines with its business address at M&J Ortiz Building, Guadalupe, Cebu City. , and represented by _______________ Officer in Charge of OJT program herein referred to as the “Training Partner” -and- University of Cebu- Main Campus located at Sanciangko Street, Cebu City, Philippines, duly registered by Commission on Higher Education as an institution of higher learning and recognized under the law of the Philippines, hereinafter referred to as “College” WITNESSETH Whereas, University of Cebu- Main Campus, is an academic institution of higher learning duly authorized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to offer Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) Program. Whereas, the Board of Accountancy (BOA) of the Philippines and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) made it as mandatory part of the BSA curriculum, requiring all students intending to take the licensure examination for Certified Public Accountant (CPA) to undergo and complete the 6 units (150 hours) Audit Internship with any duly registered Accounting and Auditing firm. Whereas, R.E.C & Co.,CPAs is duly registered Accounting and Auditing firm and is presently engaged in the public practice of accounting and auditing. Now therefore, the parties have hereunto agreed the following......

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Ojt Boom

...I started my On-the-Job-Training at EcoWaste Coalition last April 19, 2010. Actually, it was my first time to go there not knowing that after having my orientation about the things that they do in their office, I can already start working. At first, I was really nervous because I don’t have any working experience and also, it’s a new environment for me because I have to deal with people who are a lot older than I am. I was really shy for the first few days of my OJT because I was still observing the people around me and I became very conscious especially on how I act and behave in front of them. But after a few days of being shy and aloof, I was already starting to share my ideas about things and I was already comfortable and confident whenever I’m with them. During the OJT, I was able to join 6 of their events. The first event was a press conference held at Max’s Restaurant in Quezon City Circle. It was about who among the presidentiables has a great concern to our environment. I this presscon, I was assigned to prepare media kits and to take pictures while the conference was going on. The second event was about having a bill in the senate about our environment. There were discussions made by different speakers and some journalists and lawyers were present during this event. I was seated near the entrance gate to accommodate the guests in terms of letting them sign the attendance sheet, make their name plates, give them media kits, and assist them to their respective seats....

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Ojt R

...STA. CECILIA COLLEGE 108 Gen T. De Leon, Valenzuela City In Partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Marketing Management ON THE JOB TRAINING REPORT IN LANDBANK OF THE PHILIPPINES (LBP) Submitted by: Calderon, Princess Camille L. Student Trainee Submitted to: Mr. Edzel D. Batuigas OJT Coordinator March 2016 Acknowledgement First and foremost, we would like to thank our Almighty God for giving us strength every day, for the guidance and, for the grace and blessings, and also for unconditional love that help us to perform our task as part of my On-the-Job Trainee. And to Ms. Bing Mendoza for help us to find a company for our OJT. To the Land bank Valenzuela family, especially to our trainer Ms. Jhoan Gacad, thank you for your warm welcome and for giving us this one of a kind experience in having our On-the-Job Training in your company and for giving us a chance that you have given us to be part of your team and giving us knowledge. To our Course Adviser, Mr. Edzel Batuigas for the support and guidance that you gave to us. For giving us a chance to explore the real world of Business. We have learned a lot from you sir. Especially to my loving family and friends, my deepest gratitude and appreciation for being with us from the very beginning and, for showing your unconditional love, unending support financially, emotionally and spiritually. I may...

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Hrm Ojt Experience

...Can you imagine quality restaurant cuisine being served at a fraction of the price? This restaurant located at Barangay San Vicente in Tarlac City does so. No, they’re not on sale, nor are they closing up; that’s just how they price their servings. And they do it every single day of the week.  Welcome to Primadeli Ristorante, one of Tarlac City’s best kept gastronomic secret. This open-aired fine-dining restaurant started serving Tarlaqueños with their Sicilian-inspired cuisines two years ago. The kitchen crew is orchestrated by Chef James, the very hands-on restaurant owner, who whips a fusion of Italian dishes mixed with Western and Asian flavors. There is a degree of intimidation when ordinary people like me hear the word fine dining. It often connotes business suits and multi-set dinner courses with different cubiertos for each; complicated eating rituals and decorum only understood by the rich.  But all of this cannot be more untrue with Primadeli Ristorante. Here, the atmosphere is so relaxed you can even eat with just your slippers, shorts and shirts. A fine dining experience made for every Juan as they say.  But enough talk, let’s get down to business and check out their offerings. - See more at: http://www.lakadpilipinas.com/2014/04/primadeli-ristorante-tarlac-review.html#sthash.qwODEmLW.dpuf can do away with the pastas and the spring rolls; but my favorites include the shiitake soup, the caesar salad and the beef nacho grande. The ribs are highly......

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Ojt Hrm

...INTRODUCTION a.) Max’s Restaurant, 4th floor, Robinsons Galleria Branch, Located at Ortigas Ave. Corner Edsa, Quezon City. b.) History Max's Restaurant is a Filipino restaurant chain serving fried chicken and Philippine cuisine since 1945. Founded by Maximo Gimenez with the help of his niece Ruby after WWII, it is a family-style casual dining restaurant that has expanded to 120 branches in the Philippines, eight branches in the United States,and one in Canada.Its signature dish is its fried chicken—Max's dubs itself "the house that fried chicken built".It's often served with rice and/or kamote (sweet-potato) fries. Other items on Max's menu are Filipino dishes like Max’s Fried chicken, pancit, kare-kare, Lumpia,and crispy pata among others.Although described as "sarap to the bones!", for a signature dish Max's fried chicken is surprisingly plain; aside from possibly a little salt rubbed in, there seems little else done to the chicken before it is deep-fried to a golden brown. Yet it is a testament to the natural flavor of chicken that from such simplicity Max's has enjoyed such longevity.While Max's unadorned fried chicken can be a disappointment at first it does get things right by placing the focus on the chicken.One learns to respect the dish when many years later one still finds it palatable while other seemingly more impressive chicken dishes haven't endured and have faded from memory. In a sense basic goodness and soundness can be used to......

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Hrm in the Journal of Ojt

...JOURNAL of the OJT I had a great experience throughout the period of the training. My co-trainees, the whole staff of the restaurant and I shared many precious moments that made my whole training not only insightful but memorable as well. We had hard times, with my classmates Jenny, Joy and I, searching and submitting our resumes to the restaurants in Glorietta 3, finally the restaurant DADS Ultimate Buffet includes Kamayan and Saisaki accepted as to be their trainee. We were so happy that time for at last our hard time was over. The assistant supervisor, Mr. Nel Santos interviewed us and at the same time state the requirements we had to pass but my classmate joy couldn’t be able to come with us for some reason. After complying the requirements, Jenny and I had already started our training after we were briefed about the whole operations of the restaurant. My first day was draining, horrifying and ugly. It was not what I was expecting and it was not what I used to do. I hate the people, I hate what I was doing and I was like I was really, really looking forward to my 400th hour of my training. My first day passed by. When I arrived at my aunt’s house I couldn’t even step my feet any longer and the feeling was not very well. In the next day, I woke up at 9:30 in the morning and that time I was thinking if I can survive doing these things for almost 2 months. My second day became more horrible than my first because my co-trainees as well as the other staffs were a bit...

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THEY say that nothing beats experience, as my professor would say, as the perfect learning tool.  For some students, on-the-job training gives them a taste of the real world–a glimpse of what lies ahead after they graduate.

These students share what they learned from their on-the-job training experiences, from a few tricks of the trade and bittersweet lessons, to the life principles they can live by.

“One of the most important things I’ve learned is that talent alone is not enough. It is important, but it is no guarantee of success. One must also be hardworking and should practice self-discipline. Sacrifice is important, too.

“I have lots of memorable experiences. One is traveling. In my line of work, I usually travel to different countries for inspiration or ideas for new designs. I attend different kinds of training and meetings with clients and investors.

“I learned to sacrifice a lot of things; I hardly have time for anything else. Even on weekends, I’m in the office.  Start with what you know, and remove the unknown. Simply put, begin at the beginning and then work on how to solve the problems one at a time.”—Karla Motol, 21, Multimedia Arts, Asia Pacific College

“I learned it’s best to do and show your best. Ask your boss if they have some work for you to do. You never know; they might hire you after the internship or in the future. I think studying is harder than working, though; the real world is easier than college.”—Karen Edina O. Espiritu, 20, Advertising Arts, Far Eastern University

Being diplomatic

“I learned through experience how to interact and communicate with people. Knowing how to handle and tackle different issues  and still be diplomatic in both action and words is important. The whole experience of going to another country and facing issues that need to be addressed was quite memorable. Also, I was able to get a glimpse of how the United Nations works when I met new people during the trip.

“It will be so exciting in the ‘real’ world, being independent and figuring things out on your own. This also means having to deal with different people more often, so it is really good to know what you’re doing, and to love it. All we can do as students is to learn whatever  we can in school, be inspired, love the path we take, and finally do our best in everything we do, with a positive outlook in mind.” —Randy Ailemi Valdez, 19, International Studies under the track of International Politics, with a Minor of Peace Studies, Miriam College

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