SUPPORTSAVE Solutions, one of the fastest growing call centers in Cebu City, is currently looking for individuals who are seeking “long-term full-time employment opportunities and careers,” its recruitment specialist said.
Positions available are customer service, technical support and sales representatives, as well as team leaders, said Mary Grace S. Muralla, Human Resource and recruitment specialist of SupportSave Solutions Inc.
“This 2014, SupportSave Solutions is at its peak of continuously striving for growth and development for the success of its customers, clients and most especially for its valued employees. We promote a familial learning environment that enhances the performance of these employees and support their continuous improvement in the productivity in their work,” she said.
Muralla added: “Speaking of growth and development, we are also looking for talented individuals who can join our growing family.”
“So if you think you have what it takes to be a SupportSaver, then visit our home, 7th floor of Robinsons Cybergate Fuente Osmena Cebu City, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Just bring your resume with a smile,” she added. (PR)
NOBODY ever thought that world-class seafarers would come from the Philippines but today, Filipinos are the seafarer of choice worldwide.
In this photo: Philbright L. Ang, Philippine Transmarine Carriers’ Corporate Resources Director and Angelo Barrameda, Senior Marketing Supervisor for Canon Marketing (Philippines) Inc.
This was the vision of Carlos Salinas, current Philippine ambassador to Spain, when he founded Philippine Transmarine Carriers (PTC) in 1979, which now sustains a deployment of approximately 36,000 crew on over 700 vessels tasked to deliver various goods all over the world. Continue reading
BEING one of the pioneers, developing a global network and strengthening specialized services are the endeavors that BOT Lease and Co. Ltd., a financial services company, wanted to pursue.
In this photo (L-R): Akihiko Kosugi, chairman & president; Margareth Zablan, general manager of BOT Lease and Finance Philippines Inc.; Eusabel Ocampo, Marketing Assistant; and Angelo Barrameda,
Senior Marketing Supervisor of Canon Marketing (Philippines) Inc.
The BOT Lease Co. Ltd is an affiliated company of the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd. under the umbrella company of the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG). MUFG is currently the largest bank in Japan and 8th largest in the world. It caters mostly to Japanese corporations worldwide for their banking and financial needs. Continue reading
THE local government of Angono became the first municipality in Rizal Province to be Manila Water’s proud partner in the latter’s “Toka Toka” movement, the first and only environmental advocacy focused on used water management.
The East Zone concessionaire launched the Toka Toka campaign about two years ago to revive the rivers and waterways in the metropolis that have been considered biologically dead due to extreme pollution brought about by untreated domestic used water and improperly disposed solid waste. Continue reading
CLARK Water Corporation (CWC), the sole water and used water operator of Clark Freeport and the Clark Special Economic Zone, has declared a record-low six percent level of system loss from 55 percent in 2000.
Jess Laigo, Clark Water general manager and chief operating officer, said high levels of system loss or non-revenue water (NRW) may indicate the need to rehabilitate or update infrastructure. Continue reading
ASEAN building conglomerate SCG goes beyond financial support to educate Filipino youth by providing a life skills workshop on financial literacy to its scholars.
The late Nelson Mandela once said that “education is the most powerful weapon which can change the world.” And as children grow up to become teenagers, education becomes even more crucial in their development. After all, the lessons they learn and habits they form in this stage will shape the important decisions they will have to make in the future. Continue reading
BOHOL. Officials from DSWD National and Regional Office, together with MCAP Director Andy Moll (at the center), check out a footbridge community project funded by MCC in Barangay Cambus-oc in Buenavista, Bohol. (Contributed photo)
BUENAVISTA, Bohol — The office of the Millennium Challenge Account–Philippines (MCA-P) recently visited this town to assess the damaged community projects of the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan–Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services (Kalahi-CIDSS) brought by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the province last October 15, 2013.
MCA-P is the office that handles the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) grant and carries out the implementation of Kalahi-CIDSS, a poverty reduction program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). Continue reading
FILM and television make-up artist Leo Velasco was recently adjudged the winner of Globe Telecom’s first ImaginART competition.
Velasco bagged up to P 1 million in prize money and exhibition grant.
Velasco’s artwork is currently on display at the Globe Art Gallery, located at the basement of The Globe Tower, the telecommunication company’s new corporate headquarters in Bonifacio Global City.
Photo shows Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu giving Velasco the check for his prize money. Displayed at the foreground are some of Velasco’s winning pieces. (PR)
TANDAG CITY, Surigao del Sur — Prove Inc. or the Philippine Radio Organization Volunteer for Emergency successfully held at the Provincial Capitol Social Hall, this city last December 14 its first assembly.
Ninety-two participants from 12 chapters in the island of Mindanao, namely, Mangcagangi, Inspiration Valley, Mandagohong, Hubason, Phil. Rice, Ebagat, Kaliga, Bayug, Marihatag, Kaligoan, Mines City, and Davnor chapter attended the activity themed “Communication: A Crucial Piece to Awareness and Preparedness on Emergency Situation.”
The host chapter was Mangcagangi of Tandag City. The program started with a motorcade. Continue reading
CONCENTRIX Philippines, a global business services company and a recognized leader in providing innovative services and technology recently signed an agreement with Colegio de San Juan de Letran (Letran) as part of the Company’s university partnership program.
Photo shows (third and fourth from left) Elizabeth Anne Cuvin-King, senior manager for Recruitment, Concentrix; and Rev. Fr. Juan V. Ponce, O.P., vice president for Academic Affairs, Letran; shaking hands to symbolize the start of the two company’s partnership. Also with them are (from left to right): Romesmary Palisoc, Career Guidance and Development officer, Letran; Katrina Ledesma, Senior Human Resources Business Partner, Concentrix; and Christopher P. Hernandez, guidance director, Letran. (Contributed photo)