Teleperformance celebrates women everywhere

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Teleperformance Philippines joined the people around the world in celebrating International Women’s Day.

Teleperformance employees across all sites expressed their strong support for women’s equality and empowerment by wearing purple, the official color of the movement that signifies dignity and justice.

In a  further demonstration of their support to the cause, employees shared snapshots of them holding up placards bearing hashtags #womensday #TPProud #TPWomenStrong to their social media accounts.

As an organization that strongly supports gender equality in the workplace, Teleperformance empowers the female workforce through equal career development opportunities and by increasing their participation in the business growth.

International Women’s Day is a worldwide event that celebrates women’s achievements both in political and social settings while calling for gender equality. The event is annually held every March 8.

Join us at our EXCLUSIVE JOB FAIR!

Start an exciting career with Teleperformance!

Join the exclusive Job Fair on October 22 & 23 (10AM to 6PM)

At Figaro Coffe Starmall, Pamplona Dos, Las Piñas City

Walk-in at any of our sites nearest you or apply online via this link now :



Walk in and apply now at Teleperformance Parañaque located at the 2/F Santana Grove, Dr. A. Santos Avenue (formerly Sucat Road).

Get ready for the BIG LEAGUE!


Start an exciting career with Teleperformance!

Walk-in at any of our sites nearest you or apply online via this link now :


Teleperformance hiring events in Bacolod!

Teleperformance hiring events in Bacolod!

Just bring an updated resume with photo and be in smart casual attire when you apply.


Visit our JOB EVENTS CALENDAR Tab to see all of our upcoming events for the month of October!


Job Events (October)

Job Events (October)

An exciting career begins with Teleperformance!

Join our Pioneer accounts in Antipolo, Cebu, Mandaluyong and Parañaque
See us at these hiring events:

Sept. 30 – Oct. 2 (10AM to 2PM)
Job Caravan at KFC – South Station
G/F Green Bldg. Alabang-Zapote Rd.
Muntinlupa City

Oct. 5 (8am-5pm)
PESO Job Fair
Lobby and G/F of Bacolod Gov’t Center

Sept. 30 (10AM to 3PM)
Job Caravan at SM City Cebu
3/F Trade Hall, SM City Cebu

September 30 (1PM to 5PM)
Job Caravan at Mcdonald’s
G/F Gaisano Fiesta Mall, Tabunok
Talisay City, Cebu

Oct. 11-12 (10AM to 5PM)
Jobseek 2013 Job Fair at SM City Cebu
3/F Trade Hall, SM City Cebu

Sept. 30 – Oct. 2 (10AM to 2PM)
Job Caravan at Greenwich
Ilustre cor. Duterte St., Davao City

Oct. 7-12 (10AM to 7PM)
Open House:
October Job Fest
Davao Recruitment Center

Oct. 12 (8AM to 7PM)
Jobstreet Career Fair
Kadayawan Hall
NCCC Mall Davao City

Just bring an updated resume and wear smart casual attire.

Visit our JOB EVENTS CALENDAR Tab to see all of our upcoming events for the month of September!




The strong expansion of the business process outsourcing (BPO) sector, tourism, and other service industries in the country, could result in more employment opportunities in the Philippines.

Consequently deployment of Filipinos for jobs abroad may be reduced, according to a study published by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

In an ADB Economics Working Paper titled “Leveraging Services Sector Growth in the Philippines,” author Raja Mikael Mitra said that the improved performance of the Philippine economy, as illustrated by the rapid growth of the BPO industry, has moderated the trend to seek employment overseas.

Mitra added that changes in the external job market, due to the economic slowdown as well as migration and work permit restrictions, have also made it more difficult for certain categories of workers to emigrate.

These are some of the reasons a significant number of business management, information technology (IT), engineering, and healthcare graduates are now seeking employment in the IT-BPO industry in the Philippines, the report said.

“The continued rapid growth in IT-BPO, tourism, and other service industries both in terms of exports and of services directed at local needs will result in more job opportunities in the country and will reduce the incentive to go overseas,” the ADB paper said.

“Moreover, it could trigger an increase in the number of Filipinos opting to return to work or to invest in their native count(r)y. Such a development could prove to be very beneficial for the modern service sector,” it added.
The study said that more than 10 percent of all Filipinos work overseas, as permanent, temporary, or irregular migrants. It added that most overseas Filipinos work in services.

According to the report, Filipinos who work overseas have a wide variety of occupations, such as medical doctors, nurses, physical therapists, accountants, engineers, architects, seafarers, caregivers, physiotherapists, IT professionals and other technicians, teachers, journalists, artists, travel, restaurant, and hotel employees, and domestic helpers.

The paper said that the number of Filipinos working overseas has not only grown but has also changed structurally.

“While significant numbers work in low-end service jobs such as domestic helpers and general laborers, there has been a rapid expansion in the number with higher education and professional skills. In fact, official data on Filipinos who emigrated in 2011 show that 40 percent had college or post-graduate educations,” the report said.

“In the US, the Philippines ranks first in supplying nurses and second in medical doctors after India. Also, many Filipinos work in engineering, teaching, research, business management, and liberal arts in North America, Europe, and Asia,” it added.

However, the ADB paper said that redirecting past trends in migrating talent will require huge improvements in the Philippine economy, so that it can offer more jobs and higher salaries.

“Furthermore, the education system has to be reoriented so that it produces what is needed in the country rather than what is in demand overseas,” the study said.

“Also, the government and the private sector need to make greater efforts to retain useful talent and to entice those working overseas to invest and work at home as that could improve prospects for developing the IT-BPO industry, tourism, and other services,” it added.



From nearly 500 referring employees that qualified for the first monthly draw of Bring-a-Buddy’s Gadget Madness promo, Maria Eleanor Esturas (Telperformance Mandaluyong), Annabelle Cruz (Teleperformance Quezon City), Ronald Kenneth Catulin (Teleperformance Pasay) and Marydel Palabras (Teleperformance Davao) won the first set of major prizes – Canon DSLR EOS 600D, Samsung Galaxy S4, Sony Playstation 3, and Sony Home Theater respectively.

The winners were awarded by Regional Recruitment Manager George Dy, Davao Recruitment Manager Eric Tan, Sourcing and Recruitment Assistant Managers Katherine Gomban and Carla Montelibano together with Call Center Manager, Sheryl Timbas, Assistant Call Center Manager, Darrel Magbanua, Junior Sales Manager Gerry Angeles and Assistant Call Center Manager, Philip Ali.

Bring-a-Buddy Gadget Madness promo is currently running and will end on October 31.

Davao – Job Events

Sep 23-27, 10AM-3PM
Mcdonalds Abreeza, Davao City

Visit our JOB EVENTS CALENDAR Tab to see all of our upcoming events for the month of September!