Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Milestone of Adae To Remember


Few days ago, I received an email from the Founder of
Feedspot. I then remember that I've submitted my blog URL to them. Such a surprise that my blog was recognized despite of hundreds and thousands of existing blogs around the world. This I will consider as a milestone of Adae To Remember.


Here's some part of the letter...

I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Adae To Remember has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 100 Stay At Home Mom Blogs & Top 80 Philippines Lifestyle Blogs on the web. 


Being a stay-at-home-mom is a 24/7 job with limitless loads yet with limitless joy.  Spending my time with my one and only daughter  was a privilege that I really took advantage of. This was one of best decisions I have ever made in my life. I was able to see my baby grow and witness her milestones. Truly, time flies. Now, my child is turning 13 and I could say that motherhood was just a breeze with daughter.


https://blog.feedspot.com/sahm_blogs/



I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 100 Stay At Home Mom Blogs & Top 80 Philippines Lifestyle Blogs on the internet and I'm honored to have you as part of this!

I believe we have thousands of lifestyle bloggers in our country not to mention some celebrities who are also actively participating in the blogging community. I'm thankful that my blog was able to get a spot from Feedspot.


 https://blog.feedspot.com/philippines_lifestyle_bloggers/


Such an honor to be a part of the Feedspot list.  If you are a blogger and want to grow your traffic and revenue you may also submit your blog. And if you are a reader,  Feedspot lets you read all your favorite blogs and website in one place, what a convenience.

Enjoy blogging & reading!

ComCo Southeast Asia kicks off 5th anniversary celebration with brand evolution, new metals and pitch wins

 


ComCo Southeast Asia is in “Blazing Sapphire” as it enters its 5th year with renewed energy through a brand refresh, awards from esteemed local and regional communications and marketing organizations, and major account wins.

 

Among the many milestones it is celebrating is a refreshed brand story chronicling the company’s journey from a kick-start-up to a premier multi-awarded regional boutique communications agency serving enterprises and organizations in the Philippines and across the Southeast Asian region, continued recognition for its communications and marketing campaigns, and new client partners.

 

Trailblazing. Transformative. Limitless.

United as a coalition of brand architects, inspired storytellers and communication trailblazers, ComCo SEA is kicking off its anniversary celebration with the Agency’s brand evolution - the transformation of its symbol and promise, and the retelling of its brand identity and story. ComCo Southeast Asia unveils its icon - a mothership housing the company’s great works and individuals with immense talent, meaning, passion and dreams, and taking off to conquer new horizons. The mothership is a vessel, a second home, a safe zone, a creativity playground, and a jumping board that empowers the ComCo Squadron to do more groundbreaking projects and make a difference along the way.

 

ComCo’s logo transforms from speech bubble into a digital screen, which beams the image of the mothership, and reflects the more modern, more complete and more integrated way of communicating in a world that has evolved. It shows the advancement, digital and multi-touchpoint integration, and completeness of the emerging global disciplines the Agency champions - New PR and Smart Social. It represents the company’s outlook of being a global independent communications agency working with a network of independents in Southeast Asia and across the regional centers of the world, in providing integrated communications solutions and services to brands, companies and organizations of all shapes and sizes.

 

Whether online or on-site, ComCo SEA is ready to soar higher with its unique brand of #MeaningfulStorytelling, which is also the Agency’s new mantra, to ignite brand love, social change, talent growth and regional alliance.

 

The company’s focus remains to Ignite Brand Love, Ignite Social Change, Ignite Talent and Ignite Regional Collaboration, while ComCo’s corporate culture is now reinforced through the four Camp ComCo mentorship houses lifted from the team’s spirit animals which are valuable but endangered species inhabiting Southeast Asia and the Pacific, showing the Agency’s love for the environment. ComCo Southeast Asia upholds Unity Drawn by Individual Stories and Team Journey as represented by Hawksbill, Rebellion Against the Status Quo and Monotony to Pursue Excellence as symbolized by Bearcat, Commitment to Advocacies that Matter and taken to Heart as signified by Flying Fox, and Equal Access and Opportunity for All as reflected by Whaleshark.

 

Wins in Awards and Accounts

In its 5 years, ComCo Southeast Asia has reaped over 76 awards and is celebrating more wins in 2021 from both local and international award-giving bodies such as IABC Quill Awards, MarCom Awards in USA, Mumbrella Awards, Marketing Event Awards in Singapore, Campaign Asia Pacific’s PR Awards Asia in Hong Kong, Spikes Asia, Anvil Awards, Asia Pacific Stevie Awards, Kidlat and ARAW Advertising Values Awards. The company recently received 13 metals from the prestigious IABC Quill Awards along with brand partners Eastern Communications, Jobstreet, World Vision and WWF-Philippines, including the recognition of Agency of the Year 2nd Runner-up. Recently, ComCo Southeast Asia also emerged as regional finalist in the Marketing PR Awards in Singapore for Best Use of Micro / Niche Influencers for its Write to Ignite Blogging Project.

 


More than the awards, ComCo SEA also continued to strengthen its client portfolio, winning major accounts in recent agency pitches such as Xiaomi, Unilab Foundation, Defensil isopropyl alcohol, Sunlife ASC, and Lamoiyan Corporation’s Gumtect toothpaste.

 

Blazing Sapphire 5-Part Celebration

To mark its 5th year in the business, ComCo SEA is inviting its friends and stakeholders to join its year-long 5-part celebration dubbed as “Blazing Sapphire”. First in the 5-part series is the kick-off which included the virtual townhall and digital unveiling of ComCo SEA’s brand evolution, while the summer would mark the inauguration of the Camp ComCo Alumni Society “Unity Games”, where the graduates of the company’s mentorship program from House Bearcat, Flying Fox, Hawksbill and Whaleshark will get reunited, which also serves as the celebration of the company’s strong alumni culture. Meanwhile, bloggers, micro-influencers and content creators can sharpen their storytelling skills anew as ComCo SEA opens season 2 of the award-winning and much talked about “Write to Ignite Blogging Project”. 

 

In “5 Gifts to the Community” of Citizen ComCo, the Agency’s advocacy program, ComCo SEA aims to give back and pay forward to different sectors - children, youth and education; heritage, culture and tourism; wildlife, biodiversity and environmental conservation; micro, small and social enterprises; and Southeast Asian integration. Afterwards, stakeholders and partners can look forward to the culmination of the celebration through the “Blazing Sapphire” anniversary main event.

 

ComCo Southeast Asia’s Regional Integration and Chief Executive Director and Co-Founder Ferdinand Bondoy shared, “We did not expect to grow this fast as we are just enjoying the journey of working together again (founders are former teammates who did landmark projects together) and growing the team with a unique, non-conformist and progressive agency culture that we’ve always dreamed of.


Then we just realized that there are so many milestones to celebrate and to be thankful for already. In 5 years, we’ve already taken care of 61 brands or accounts; 76 local, regional and international awards from real, authentic and impactful campaigns in collaboration with existing and actual clients; mentored 65 apprentices from 14 cycles of the Camp ComCo Mentorship Program; and established a network of independents in Southeast Asia primarily in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.”

Mr. Bondoy added, “While the team, or ComCo Squadron as we fondly call it, has accomplished many things in a short period of time, we believe that there is a lot more to do. And as we kick-start our 5-part 5th anniversary celebration, we are also jumpstarting our 10-year masterplan which is set to even revolutionize the game and do more for our society, as we work on projects and initiatives with people, brands and organizations that share the same vision.”

 

Watch ComCo SEA’s Blazing Sapphire anniversary video here: https://fb.watch/56kB9j1xeW/

To know more about ComCo Southeast Asia, visit www.comcosea.com. Follow them on social media: facebook.com/comco.southeastasia on Facebook, linkedin.com/company/comco-hq and @comco_sea on both Instagram and Twitter.

 

About ComCo Southeast Asia



ComCo Southeast Asia is a trailblazing and globally award-winning integrated communications agency powered by the coalition of premier brand architects and communication trailblazers in the region. Based in the Philippines and dedicated to the Southeast Asia market, ComCo SEA takes the lead in the innovation of premier brands and growth of up-and-coming businesses through the emerging global disciplines of New PR – a strategy based, content-driven, and channel-agnostic way of doing PR, and Smart Social – a holistic, authentic and integrated approach in the maximization of digital and social channels, to effectively reach and engage audiences and help influence change.

Monday, April 26, 2021

Hanabishi’s Practical Gift Ideas for Your Inay, Mama, Mom This Mother’s Day

 Expressing your love to your mom is something that you should do every day. On her special day, make it a little extra by giving her a gift that you know she’d love and cherish. It could be as simple as a heartfelt note or more extravagant if you have the means to spend more. If you’re looking for practical gift ideas, here are some Hanabishi products.

Hanabishi Air Purifier

Hanabishi Portable UVC Sterilization Lamp 



For the Mom Who Loves to Cook


Hanabishi Air Fryer Oven 





Hanabishi has a wide range of products for disinfecting and sanitizing. Among its more popular products is the Hanabishi Air Purifier, a must have these days as it keeps the air clean indoors with its 4-in-1 HEPA filter, plasma ion technology, air quality indicator, and air filter indicator. Another must have the Hanabishi Portable UVC Sterilization Lamp, which has a UVC and ozone sterilization that can kill up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses and also removes odor and dust particles.



If you haven’t gifted your mom with an air fryer yet, now’s the perfect time to do so. Hanabishi air fryers are among the most popular these days, and they have several models that you can choose from. Take your pick from the bigger and more spacious air fryer ovens to the portable smaller air fryer models. Hanabishi also offers various grillers -- from BBQ grillers with hotpots to multi-cook grillers. Also check out Hanabishi’s electric gas stoves and induction cookers.


For the Mom Who Loves to Bake


Hanabishi Hand Mixer 


Hanabishi Electric Oven



Whether your mom is a first-time or seasoned baker, she’ll never say no to quality hand and stand mixers, Hanabishi has a great range of mixers to suit her skill level and preference. If you want to wow her on Mother’s Day, consider giving her an electric oven. No matter which Hanabishi model you choose, you’re assured of giving your mom something that’s built to last.


To Help Her Relax When She’s Stressed Out





Our moms oversee a lot of things at home, and she deserves her relaxation time. If your mom’s the type who likes watching K-dramas, local series, and movies, why not give her a new Hanabishi TV? A new fan or air conditioner to keep her cool during these stressful times is also good gift idea.

 

For more gift options this Mother’s Day and other special occasions, visit  Hanabishi Appliances website, www.myhanabishi.com. You can also browse its items at its official Lazada flagship store.

 

 About Hanabishi:

 

Spanning more than three decades, Hanabishi has established its reputation as a provider of affordable yet quality home products that lasts, which paved the way for its tagline “Kapartner from Start to Forever.” Hanabishi Home Appliances are available at leading appliance stores nationwide. For more information about Hanabishi, please visit www.myhanabishi.com/shop/ and like them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/MyHanabishiAppliances/

Saturday, April 24, 2021

Mommy Gamer : Level up!

Tired Mommy Hands taking a break for online gaming. Isn't it a level up stage?

I remember my addiction in Farmville, I think back in 2009. Enjoying planting, harvesting crops, livestock and planting again. Just a repeat cycle. During those days, I can't go a day without visiting my virtual farm to see my growing plants, fruits and vegetables good for harvest time. But for some reason, I stopped, partly due to my workload as a working mom with a toddler.

And from last year's covid-19 pandemic, the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) made me reconcile with some of my old habits. Planting, for example, I was able to plant again and focus on my urban gardening since we can't go out that much. Plus mobile phone gaming during free time.

Recently, I discovered a website with free online games where I saw some online games similar to my old favorite games when I was younger. Believe me, it was awesome finding it, actually addicting. My husband even caught me playing and started calling me a "gamer" and even teasing our daughter not to disturb me or I might lose the game. 

I'm still a responsible mom though. I only play after dinner and just for a short time as I have tones of never-ending chores at home plus my side jobs. I'll just share with you my top 3 favorite games. You may check them out, I found my games not that stressing unlike other games that can ruin your day and your mood. 


1st Favorite

Call me old school, I still love TETRIS! My last memory of this game was with my simple Nokia cellphone. And that's quite a long time. Now with my android cellphone, it's easier to play it this with blue light. Honestly, my moves was kind of rusty already. Just need some time to play again and again.





2nd Favorite

If you can remember Saga or Galaxy attack, it look the same, though this is now the modern look or version. NEON Invaders. It feels good shooting the flying or moving objects above you. I don't know, I enjoy every shooting.







3rd Favorite

BRICK OUT may look familiar, but I could say that this is the most challenging yet my most favorite game so far. Something new but I really enjoy the thrill of catching the ball and not allowing it to fall by the use of the paddle. The sound of the game makes it more exciting to continue and continue breaking the bricks.




I found my occasional gaming a way of relaxation. At least I don't have to spend much in my gaming time, except for the battery of my cellphone. Good thing with this free online games from https://plays.org/games/ there's no need to download to eat up my memory space. That's a good news!


Warning: Gaming is addicting, better set a specific time or schedule to enjoy your online/virtual gaming without feeling guilty, especially for moms like me. Of course, kids and family first. 




Thursday, April 22, 2021

JobStreet goes hyperlocal, launches microsites and virtual career fairs in several regions

 


Living up to its commitment to provide jobs that matter across the country, leading online job portal JobStreet is going hyperlocal as it launches its dedicated microsite for Cebu, Iloilo, and Davao as well as its upcoming virtual career fair with the selected Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Regional Offices in time for the upcoming Labor Day.

The initiatives also help boost the job market in provinces as the public is encouraged to decongest Metro Manila following the on-going pandemic.

Jobseekers from Cebu, Iloilo, and Davao can now browse thousands of jobs available in their locality through the respective microsites. Candidates can also learn from work-life guides and advice from JobStreet’s career hub which will be written in their local dialect. 



“Many Filipinos recently returned to their provinces because of layoffs or the new work from home arrangements and this caused a shift in the labor market. We’ve also observed that candidates from major provinces have increased their activities in terms of platform website visits, which is why we really targeted to promote local employment and provide them valuable support in their career through their own dialect,” said JobStreet Philippines Country Manager Philip Gioca.

Hyperlocal microsites

The microsite for Cebu offers opportunities from the top industries namely Call Center/IT-Enabled Services/BPO (12.5%), Manufacturing/Production (7.6%), Healthcare/ Medical (6.5%), Education (5.5%), and Construction/Building/Engineering (5.2%). The average salary reported in Cebu is Php 31,487.

Candidates from Davao can apply for jobs with an average salary of Php 28,500 as top industries continue hiring such as Call Center/IT-Enabled Services/BPO (8.7%), Healthcare/Medical (7.8%), Education (7.2%), Food & Beverage/Catering/Restaurant (5.6%), and Retail/Merchandise (5.3%).

Meanwhile, thousands of jobs are also found in Iloilo microsite with an average salary of Php 27,370. Top industries include Healthcare/Medical (13.6%), Call Center/IT-Enabled Services/BPO (9.2%), Education (8.3%), Construction/Building/Engineering (5.6%), and Food & Beverage/Catering/Restaurant (5.3%).

As of 2021, JobStreet earned a 13% growth in average platform visits from Cebu, 56% from Davao, and 44% in Iloilo. Moreover, hirers from the said provinces are gradually picking up. Based on JobStreet Database as of March 2021, job offerings based in Central Visayas grew by 9% from a sharp decline in 2020. Western Visayas recently jumped to 44% increase in job openings, while Davao Region is also recovering with 26% job postings this year.      

Ensuring that the initiative will be advantageous for both local hirers and candidates, JobStreet is also establishing a local team in each province to accommodate queries.

Labor Day Virtual Career Fair

JobStreet continues to support the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in providing livelihood among Filipinos during this period. Following the success of the recent Virtual Career Fair, JobStreet partners with selected DOLE regions to launch another Virtual Career Fair on May 1 to 3.

Over 100 companies from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao have participated in the upcoming Virtual Career Fair, offering thousands of jobs nationwide. Candidates from different regions will also have a chance to experience engaging features such as live chats, on-the-spot interviews with HR representatives, and companies’ virtual booths. In addition, DOLE Regional Offices will accommodate concerns and questions from candidates via chat in the platform.

Jobseekers can join the online raffle as JobStreet goes live on its official Facebook Page on the first day of the Virtual Career Fair on May 1 at 5:00PM.

“We appreciate DOLE and the participating regions for trusting to partner with JobStreet in this initiative. We’re hoping that the Virtual Career Fair would be able to reach out to more jobseekers across the country who are looking for opportunities at this time,” shared Gioca.

The Virtual Career Fair is now open for pre-registration through http://bit.ly/JobStreetDOLEVCF.

Provincial microsites are also accessible via http://bit.ly/JobStreetIloilo, http://bit.ly/JobStreetCebu, and http://bit.ly/JobStreetDavao.

 

About JobStreet

JobStreet is a leading online job board presently covering the employment markets in Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam. JobStreet currently services over 230,000 corporate hirers and over 15 million jobseekers in its database.

Is Queen Hadassah Pregnant?


Hadassah is our very first legit pet. Why? Because the first time we tried having one, I think a couple of years ago, only lasted for 4 days and we gave it back to our friend owner.  It was a decision made by me and my daughter. During that time, we did not see that much support from my hubby. That made it easier for us to let go of Oppah (AsPin).

While Hadassah, an American Bully, technically was acquired my hubby, he's the one who got Hada.  At first me and daughter was so hesitant to take care of her because she's bigger that Oppah. She somehow looked scary.  But, as time goes by, we got to appreciate and love her every day.




Why American Bully?

We never knew anything about American Bully. We were just one day got surprised that a puppy was delivered to our doorstep. Shocked and somehow felt excited the first time we saw her. We discovered that ambulls are not how they are named they are. To my amazement, they are not bullies, they're truly sweet loving dogs.  They may look unpleasant at times, as how others see them, but they are naturally beautiful. 


What is the meaning of "Hadassah"?

We wanted a name from the Bible, we thought of  Queen Esther.  But sounds so familiar already. So we googled the Hebrew name for Esther, it gave us Hadassah. There's something with the name that's why we decided to name our AmBull, Queen Hadassah. We love the character of Queen Esther that made us use her Hebrew name. 



Today, Hadassah's big tummy turned 55 days. So early this morning she had her x-ray. Thought we're already going to have babies.  Unfortunately, the doctor showed us the result and found no babies inside her tummy. It was explained that it is possible to have an abortion on the 20ish days of her pregnancy. The baby capsule might have died and was absorbed by the mother dog's body. That made her body felt that she was still pregnant. How sad.  We were so careful and did not allow her to run around for almost 2 months hoping that she was already pregnant then. 


We must patiently wait for the right time. The good thing now, we can bring her up the rooftop to enjoy her company again. Because the false alarm pregnancy made us so anxious to let her make big moves. We only placed her in her cage and did not allow her to make crazy moves, that's for 2 months! 


This afternoon, Hadassah got to enjoy again going up the stairs to the rooftop. With all the excitement to run freely again out from her cage. It's such a joy seeing her run and walk around the place. Hadassah is back to make us chase her every time she shows her poop signal. A simple joy not everyone can understand.

Mommy & Hadassah

I never thought that I could learn to take care and love a dog. Because I was never a dog or pet person.  Maybe because it was not time yet. Now, I can say that I'm a dog lover.


I read somewhere " The more I meet people, the more I love my DOG"...

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Leaders in the Workplace and in the Home: Teleperformance Philippines shares tips for women leaders in International Women’s Day event

 


In celebration of International Women’s Day, Teleperformance hosted a virtual event that highlighted the struggles and triumphs that women leaders face given their unique roles of being both leaders at home and at work.

 

Shared in a livestream on the Teleperformance Philippines Facebook page, the event aimed to engage participants in a discourse on problems and possible solutions to the glass walls women face in their careers on a daily basis, along with how to juggle their dual leadership roles. Organized by TP Women, topics such as work-life balance, the importance of having men as allies and creating a gender inclusive corporate culture were discussed through panel discussions and a pledge for gender equality.

 

Leadership in two arenas

Women continue to face many cultural and social barriers that can prevent them from pursuing leadership roles. According to a report by LinkedIn Opportunity Index 2021, almost half of Filipino women (46%) working from home have struggled to juggle work and family life during the pandemic, especially working mothers. Similarly, 42% said their duties at home are a barrier to their career development.

 

Meanwhile, a 2020 study conducted by ILO with Philippine companies on human resource challenges on attracting and retaining high performing talents, work and family flexibility is important to a Filipino career woman, more so, a determining factor if she will accept or be prompted to leave a job.

To help women be more effective leaders both in the home and workplace, representatives of TP Women offered these five tips:

 

Equip yourself with the right tools & ask questions

To encourage other women to be their authentic selves, leaders themselves need to be equipped. “Try and study what you don’t know,” advised Michelle Carbonel, Senior Director of Recruitment Sourcing Department. “Self-knowledge is very important. Don’t be afraid to ask your team questions on how you can help them and what goals they would like to achieve to create that safe space for them.”

 

Never be afraid to acknowledge your accomplishments

“As women, sometimes, we could be a bit meek, and we want to be a 150% confident before we step it up or before we lay down our cards in any setting. So I dare everyone to really think about their accomplishments and don’t be afraid to let the world know about it,” said Ellora Du, Contract Center Manager. “No one else can celebrate your success except you, so grab every opportunity that presents itself. Boost your confidence and make known to the world what women are capable of.”

 

Know your Strength

“Always remember you have a voice,” said May Cordeta, Director of Training. She reminded women not to be shy to bring their ideas to the table and to create that conversation with themselves that they are good enough. “Nothing is too big or too small and the only one limiting you is yourself. Make sure you are heard and empower yourself to make your presence known,” shared Cordeta.

 

Create clear boundaries

When it comes to work-life balance, Tanya Famador-Japitana, Executive Vice President of Client Operations believes there should still be a certain time spent for work, for family, and for oneself. “Set clear boundaries and be intentional with your time – this would help improve your mood when you are with your family, leading to a better you at work as well.”

 

Decide what you want to do for yourself and know that it’s okay

Above all, TP Women leaders agreed that women empowerment is all about being able to choose. Affirm yourself that whatever or whoever you want to be, whether that is being a housewife or an astronaut or both, that it’s okay. “Women have the ability to decide what to do for themselves—deafen your ears on how society continues to dictate how women should act and what women should be,” Famador-Japitana said.

 

Also present at the event was Teleperformance Philippines’ Senior Vice President for Human Capital Resource Management Jeffrey Johnson, who shared how his mother and grandmother, who were both strong women, showed him how capable women could be.

 

Launched in 2019, TP Women is an initiative that is dedicated to celebrating the achievements of women in Teleperformance, while also serving as a community and support system for women within the organization.

 

Spearheaded by Tanya Famador-Japitana, TP Women seeks to address women’s issues in the workplace and help drive positive change, standing behind diversity, inclusion, and gender balance and supporting equal opportunity and participation at all levels and in all aspects. TP Women is part of the company’s Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) program, which highlights its commitment to its people, supporting initiatives that promote women empowerment, inclusion of professionals with disabilities, and supporting LGBTQIA+ communities.

 

“TP Women isn’t just about women in leadership. It’s about women supporting each other and equally, about men in our organization doing their part to support individuals to maximize their potential. That’s why at TP, I’m committed to supporting all of the women in the organization and being a reliable ally to ensure that we provide equal opportunities in work, in leadership and across the organization,” said Mike Lytle, Chief Executive Officer of Teleperformance US, Canada and Philippines.

 

Teleperformance Philippines is the first company in the country to receive three consecutive certifications from the Great Place to Work® Institute through a comprehensive evaluation process that involved an anonymous survey of over 34,000 of their employees.

 

Those who want to get more insights on women as leaders can check out this link of the event at: https://www.facebook.com/teleperformance.philippines/videos/150680063573686/

 

 

ABOUT TELEPERFORMANCE

 

Teleperformance (TEP – ISIN: FR0000051807 – Reuters: TEPRF.PA - Bloomberg: TEP FP), a leading global group in digitally integrated business services, serves as a strategic partner to the world’s largest companies in many industries. It offers a One Office support services model combining three wide, high-value solution families: customer experience management, back-office services and business process knowledge services. These end-to-end digital solutions guarantee successful customer interaction and optimized business processes, anchored in a unique, comprehensive high tech, high touch approach.

 

The Group's 383,000 employees, based in 83 countries, support billions of connections every year in over 265 languages and 170 markets, in a shared commitment to excellence as part of the “Simpler, Faster, Safer” process. This mission is supported by the use of reliable, flexible, intelligent technological solutions and compliance with the industry’s highest security and quality standards, based on Corporate Social Responsibility excellence. In 2020, Teleperformance reported consolidated revenue of €5,732 million (US$ 6.5 billion, based on €1 = $1.14) and net profit of €324 million.

 

Teleperformance began operations in the Philippines in 1996 and has grown to become a preferred offshore contact center outsourcing option. The company employs over 45,000 people in the country and operates over 30,000 workstations in 22 business sites located across Metro Manila, Antipolo, Cavite, Baguio, Bacolod, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro and Davao.

 

From 2012 to 2020, Teleperformance has received the Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Contact Center Outsourcing Service Provider of the Year Award for its significant performance in revenue management, market share, capabilities, and overall contribution to the contact center industry. In addition, Teleperformance Philippines was awarded as Outstanding Employer and Outstanding Community Project of the Year by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), the Top Employer of the Year and Corporate Social Responsibility Circle of Excellence at the Asia CEO Awards, and the Outstanding Volunteer by the National Economic Development Authority.

 

In 2020, Teleperformance Philippines was again certified as a Great Place to Work® and is the only organization in the country to receive this certification from the Great Place to Work® Institute for three years in a row. This 2021, Teleperformance celebrates its 25th year of continued excellence and leadership in the country. This milestone highlights the companys commitment to steadily provide the best employment experience for Filipinos, proactively support the nations IT-BPM sector, and uphold its socio-civic engagements to create a difference in the lives of the Philippine community.

 

For further information, visit the Teleperformance website at teleperformance.ph

ROYAL™ INTRODUCES GENERATION KULIT IN ITS NEW ‘COLORFUL’ CAMPAIGN

  What about adding some "kulit and "kulay" in our life? Royal™ , one of Coca-Cola Philippines’s biggest brands and the count...