Integration Paper

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In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Submitted by: Dilag, Mary Grace S.

Submitted to: Juville C. Rañises

November 12, 2012

I. Table of Contents


Table of Contents Brief History/ Background of the Company/ Company Profile Summary of the OJT Experience Assessment of the OJT/Practicum Program

A. New Knowledge, attitudes, and skills acquired B. Theories actually seen in practice C. Feedback that can be given to the company or institution D. Benefits gained E. Problems Encountered

V. Appendices

A. Company brochure and/ or pamphlet B. Copy of Endorsement Letter C. Copy of the Training Plan D. Copy of the signed
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We excel in using financial data to plan, analyze and improve our business. We are the benchmark for cost efficiency in the industry. Our expertise in cost management allows us to reinvest long term and improve our employees’ standard of living and increase our leadership share in the market. Together, we are the No. 1 Distributor always in all ways.


Finally my 486 hours of OJT is finally done. For a month and a half I learned a lot of things. I had my OJT at JR & R Distributors Inc, at first it’s hard for me to wake up too early and ride all alone to office and specially riding a bus but as time goes by my body is now used to my daily routine. On our first day we had our orientation where we talked about the history of the company, the people behind its success, the policies, benefits, codes of conducts, etc. And then Ma’am Louise route us to the whole company for us to be familiar with the place, she introduced us to the whole group of Human Resource Department and as well as to the other department and companies that are under the JR and R Distributors Group of Companies. And also this is the first time that we met our buddy in the office the PHOTOCOPY MACHINE! Ma’am Regine is the one who taught us the do’s and don’ts of the machine.

What I learned and experience during OJT is that talent alone is not enough. It is important, but it is no guarantee of success. One must also be hard-working and should
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