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Call Center Applicants How-to's: Improving your Learning Attitude

Call centers are generally more lenient than other industries when hiring employees. There is a place for you whether you are a student, an undergraduate, a fresh grad, an experienced worker, young and old. The main thing call centers are strict about is your English proficiency. Without it, you’re going to have a difficult time getting in. To help aspirants enter this industry, Kalibrr talked to April Ibay, a Training Specialist from a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) admissions training c

How BPO Changed Office Culture in the Philippines

For more than a decade, the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry in the Philippines has been revolutionizing the traditional office set up in the Philippines. In 2014, the BPO industry posted an 18.7% growth - that's US$18.4 billion in revenue flowing into the local economy. By 2016, the industry hopes to hit its benchmark of US$25 billion revenue and 1.3 million employment. And while the industry thrives on traditional contact centers and voice work, or what we know as call centers, i

8 People who Helped Build the Philippine BPO Industry

Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is arguably one of the most prolific industries you can join once you enter the Philippine workforce. The Philippine Information Technology (IT)-BPO industry recently unseated India as the call center capital of the world [http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-philippines-economy-20150202-story.html#page=1] – a sign of bigger things to come in the next few years. Experts project industry revenue to reach $25 billion [http://www.philstar.com/business/2015/0

This Is How An FEU Fresh Grad Found Her First Job Through Twitter

When I was a graduating student, the first problem I faced was “How will I find job?” Second was my mentality that finding a job in the Philippines is very hard because of competition in terms of which school you came from. If you're like me, you may think that when we apply for a job, the first thing the employer looks at is your alma mater. But let me share my experience about how I got my first job. It all started on Twitter. One of my friends tweeted about a part-time job her friend wa

Call Center Applicants How-to's: Improving your Learning Attitude

Call centers are generally more lenient than other industries when hiring employees. There is a place for you whether you are a student, an undergraduate, a fresh grad, an experienced worker, young and old. The main thing call centers are strict about is your English proficiency. Without it, you’re going to have a difficult time getting in. To help aspirants enter this industry, Kalibrr talked to April Ibay, a Training Specialist from a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) admissions training c

How BPO Changed Office Culture in the Philippines

For more than a decade, the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry in the Philippines has been revolutionizing the traditional office set up in the Philippines. In 2014, the BPO industry posted an 18.7% growth - that's US$18.4 billion in revenue flowing into the local economy. By 2016, the industry hopes to hit its benchmark of US$25 billion revenue and 1.3 million employment. And while the industry thrives on traditional contact centers and voice work, or what we know as call centers, i

8 People who Helped Build the Philippine BPO Industry

Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is arguably one of the most prolific industries you can join once you enter the Philippine workforce. The Philippine Information Technology (IT)-BPO industry recently unseated India as the call center capital of the world [http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-philippines-economy-20150202-story.html#page=1] – a sign of bigger things to come in the next few years. Experts project industry revenue to reach $25 billion [http://www.philstar.com/business/2015/0

This Is How An FEU Fresh Grad Found Her First Job Through Twitter

When I was a graduating student, the first problem I faced was “How will I find job?” Second was my mentality that finding a job in the Philippines is very hard because of competition in terms of which school you came from. If you're like me, you may think that when we apply for a job, the first thing the employer looks at is your alma mater. But let me share my experience about how I got my first job. It all started on Twitter. One of my friends tweeted about a part-time job her friend wa

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