ONLINE HIRING increased by 6% year on year in June, with the business process outsourcing (BPO) sector posting the steepest growth at 18%, according to a monthly survey of job postings.
FINANCE Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III said that poor infrastructure is what keeps investors from setting up business process outsourcing (BPO) operations here, not the loss of incentives associated with the tax reform program.
THE removal of tax incentives under the government’s proposed tax reform program could stifle the growth of the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry, as these incentives have been attractive to foreign firms, a property consultancy said.
DAVAO CITY — Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) President George T. Barcelon urged British participants at the Mindanao Trade and Investment Forum to invest in Mindanao’s agriculture, energy and business process outsourcing (BPO) industries.
The Department of Labor and Employment’s online portal, PhilJobNet, is offering over 10,000 jobs for Filipinos. Jobseekers can access the internet based job seeking and matching site PhilJobNet to find local job vacancies. Job vacancies for call center agents topped the offerings at 1,876 according to Labor officials. In a published report on the Inquirer the posted jobs are ranked according to demand: customer service assistant (778) staff nurse (679) non-formal education teacher (648) promo salesperson (635) production machine operator (594) sales clerk (561) sales associate professional (522) manufacturing laborer (495) waiter (431) door-to- door salesperson (375) automotive mechanic (297) telecommunication specialist (297) technical support staff (287) cashier (285) salesman (275) service crew (264) retail trade salesman (255) financial/accounts apecialist (251) sugar production machine operator (240) A jobseeker who is at least 15 years old may register as a job applicant in the PhilJobNet (www.philjobnet.gov.ph). PhiljJobNet jobseekers need to be at least 15 years old to be a job applicant on the portal. The post PhilJobNet offers over 10,000 jobs for Filipinos appeared first on Good News Pilipinas. Related posts: American BPO to offer 10,000 jobs in PH PHL outsourcing sector to add 100,000 jobs in 2014 BPO sector targets 170,000 new jobs this year Jobs World’s largest cruise company to hire 30,000 Filipinos
United States business process outsourcing (BPO) company Alorica has announced it will offer 10,000 jobs in the Philippines as it expands its presence in the country with a new facility in Makati City. The BPO’s new facility provides open and collaborative workspaces for additional workers to beef up its current 35,000 workforce. The 58,000 square foot facility was built in response to the expanding demands for its Philippine services according to Alorica Asia Region President Bong Borja. “Alorica has been earning more business from our clients and adding new clients. Because of this, we need to expand rapidly here in the Philippines,” Borja said in a Business Mirror report. “The 12-storey Alorica Center features modern workspaces, applicant and employee lounges, collaboration areas, training rooms, interview and conference rooms, and recreational spaces, such as a fitness gym, a spacious cafeteria with various food options, full-service clinic, huddle areas, sleeping quarters and parking. Expansive glass walls and perimeter open spaces bring ample natural light, afford beautiful city views and induce socialization.” Alorica, the largest provider of customer service solutions in the US market, currently operates 12 centers in the Philippines including Metro Manila, Cebu, Clark, Davao and Laoag. The post American BPO to offer 10,000 jobs in PH appeared first on Good News Pilipinas. Related posts: BPO sector targets 170,000 new jobs this year Jobs PHL outsourcing sector to add 100,000 jobs in 2014 BPO expected to surpass OFW remittances Australia’s TSA Group expands BPO operations
THE Board of Investments (BoI) is planning a roadshow next month to attract more US investment in the healthcare segment of the information technology and business process management (IT BPM) industry.
BUSINESS process outsourcing (BPO) firms here are putting their expansion plans on hold in the Philippines as they await any US moves towards greater protectionism.
GROWTH in the business process outsourcing (BPO) sector could slide over the next few years should the US government discourage companies from tapping foreign labor markets for their operations, an analyst at ING Global Markets Research said.
THE PALACE on Monday said it was too early to tell how the incoming US government’s stated policy against the outsourcing of jobs overseas will affect the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry here.