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#6801 Riveria

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Posted 16 December 2016 - 02:45 AM

 

 

extra off kami noong Thanksgiving...extra day para mag-aral...daw :)

 

 

may holiday breaks kayo ngayong Pasko at Bagong Taon

That's a YES! 



#6802 lonelyhubby

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Posted 17 December 2016 - 10:21 AM

good morning



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Posted 20 December 2016 - 04:00 PM

May holiday break rin pala kami...pleasant surprise :)

More time to clean the house. Hehe

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Posted 21 December 2016 - 05:31 PM

Meeon ba talaga dito?

#6805 Riveria

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Posted 30 December 2016 - 02:39 AM

Happy Holidays! Sa mga may pasok at walang vacation saludo po ako sa inyo. 



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Posted 30 December 2016 - 10:46 PM

Salute sa mga may pasok! mabuhay kayo!



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Posted 31 December 2016 - 11:10 AM

Pagpupugay sa mga bayaning puyat!!! Manigong Bagong Taon sa ating lahat!!

😊😊😊😊😊😊

#6808 Riveria

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Posted 02 January 2017 - 10:44 PM

Happy New Year!



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Posted 03 January 2017 - 09:27 AM

came across this article.  

 

 

i don't know how similar or different it is from your current working condition, but it gives us  --  non BPO peeps  -- a glimpse of what 

 

happens inside your world. 

 

 

short but good read  :)

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.rappler.c...medium=referral

 

 

 

Leaving the BPO industry with pride

'Being part of the BPO industry was an eye-opener for me, and I regret that I used to belittle it,' writes Ludwig Alejandro 

Ludwig Alejandro 
Published 4:59 PM, April 29, 2016 
Updated 4:59 PM, April 29, 2016 
 

 

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WORKING IN BPO. Ludwig Alejandro shares about his first job, working for a BPO company. Photo provided by Ludwig Alejandro 

 

diploma symbolizes a key to a new world, a blank canvas ready to be painted by no one else but us. Graduation is only the beginning, not the end. 

In any case, I’ve had my fair share of reality after attending college and I was undeniably overwhelmed with all the options the world had to offer. But as I set on to run the rat race, it took a long time before other realizations sank in. Everything must be specified and detailed, from the CV to the applicant’s skills. A good attitude goes a long way towards doing well in the job. 

There was a time when I did not have the right attitude. I was the problem. I was too picky. I admit that I set my expectations very high along with my pride. I did not take any advice or take time to study the ins and outs of job hunting, because I was too cocky and believed that I could do things alone. 

This was then followed by several disappointments until I was engulfed by my own unrealistic expectations, leaving myself bummed out and depressed. 

A year since graduation, I found this organization nestled just a few minutes away from home. It was very spontaneous since I was suppose to attend a dinner party that day and I just happened to bring my CV with me when I stumbled upon a job poster in front of the building. I thought that it wouldn’t hurt if I tried to apply and spare my resume, that felt like my last piece of hope. 

I had no idea with what position I should apply for. I saw a man approach the receptionist and say, "I’m applying for an e-mail support representative position" with conviction and without any hesitations. I blurted it out the same manner as he did, applying for the same position. 

I was surprised when I found myself inside the examination room unprepared and doing my best to ace the test. I passed the initial phase of their hiring process and proceeded to their training program. Today, it remains a funny recollection, of me being too hard on myself when it only took me a day to get a job nearly after a year.

It didn't stop there. 

The moment I found out that it’s about shift work, rotating days off and without holidays, I began to ask myself, “Did I just waste my time in college to end up in this tedious industry?” “Am I not good enough?” For some reason, I gave it a shot. I guess that after being unemployed for a year, it became a natural defense for me to swallow my pride. 

 

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Photo provided by Ludwig Ocampo 

 

My first week was tough because I didn’t want to socialize. I kept telling myself that I was there to work and not to make friends. Thinking of myself avoiding people is still quite embarrassing. It’s a pitiful memory of myself being ruined by my crazy ego. 

I eventually decided to interact with my colleagues. Then my perception changed. 

Weeks passed; I finally got the hang of it. I began talking with my colleagues and realized that they shared similar experiences as I did. Little by little, my job became more enjoyable and I became more sociable. I got along with my teammates very well despite the sleepless nights and being bombarded with clients’ concerns. 

Being part of the BPO industry was an eye-opener for me, and I regret that I used to belittle it. It was no easy task and I couldn’t be more proud of the extraordinary patience that my fellow professionals have to extended, and how they put up with the clients’ unpredictable moods. 

And at some point, we realize that the provided scripts or templates are useless since this job requires honest empathy and advanced resolutions to address their concerns. Yes, indeed, it’s an everyday warfare between our egos and our tasks just to provide excellent quality of service. 

However, beyond that, I cherish my amazing batchmates and colleagues who are open to help and hear each other out when one is going through a predicament. We developed a sense of family and shared a lot of valuable life lessons by merely listening to each other. 

Of course, not every company has this kind of culture, but this is based on my experience. The company inculcates its employees the sense of work-life balance, prioritizing the needs and satisfaction of its employees while focusing on their clients/business partners.This created a vibrant and balanced working atmosphere; it almost felt like home. 

“Teamwork makes the dream work” was statement that echoed across our workplace. It had everyone helping each other, hand in hand figuring things out, whether it be supervisors or other agents. Everyone got a chance to be a leader. Work didn’t feel very systematic, since they encouraged us to contribute and voice out our ideas. 

They supported working students as well, which made my stay there even more incredible as they granted my request to study a foreign language. I couldn’t ask for more. They believed in their employees’ capabilities and passion outside of the workplace.

After graduation, remember that there are tons of responsibilities waiting for you rather than just options, that it’s not just a battle of diplomas or degrees, but also a test of your character. And I’m sure that you’ve probably read or heard similar stories before, but yes, having a positive attitude goes a long way – not only with our careers but with our individual selves as well. 

This experience completely changed my perspective and prepared me to face a new chapter of my life and pursue my passion, thus leaving this industry with pride – and a bridge to a new career. As an ordinary individual, I’d just like to share my two cents with all the graduating students out there.

Finding a job is not a waiting game. It’s a responsibility that must be honed even from humble beginnings. You’ve likely heard about this cliche, but there really is no easy way to get where you want to be.

It may not be well aligned with your plans, but keep in mind that every situation serves a purpose and we’re responsible for whatever situations we’re dealing with right now. – Rappler.com

 
 

Edited by ermita rojo, 03 January 2017 - 09:28 AM.


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Posted 10 January 2017 - 03:39 AM

Mabuhay ang mga mga bampira!

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Posted 10 January 2017 - 04:14 AM

#Immortals

trabaho pa din! good morning



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Posted 10 January 2017 - 07:24 AM

call girls near mandaluyong ?



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Posted 11 January 2017 - 02:45 AM

Time in!

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Posted 11 January 2017 - 04:14 AM

Where else can I post?

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Posted 12 January 2017 - 10:09 AM

balita

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Posted 12 January 2017 - 10:38 AM

good morning sa inyo dito



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Posted 12 January 2017 - 04:12 PM

Proud call boy here. Started with eTelecare back in 2004 in PBCom Makati. I was assigned to their DELL account as a Technical Support Representative. Doon ko natutunan lahat ng klase ng accents across the entire U.S. Sa araw araw na kausap mo sila soonn it will be second nature to you na kausapin sila in their local accents. New Yorker, Cali, Texan, New Orleans, South Carolina, Bronx accent. Minsan napagkakamalan pa akong Canadian. Ang galing ng mga comm skills trainer naming dito. Lahat ng hindi mo natutunan sa school dito mo matututunan, lalo na sa English vocabulary. And yes, Americans are still racists. Not all of them. But there are still some ass hats na hindi ka kakausapin kapag nalaman na Pilipino ka. Kahit mas magaling ka pa sa kanya mag English. This is where I honed my comm skills. I have perfected my accent to the point na magugulat sila tuwig sinasabi ko na "By the way I am from the Philippines" and they go like "No way!" and "You've gotta be kidding me." I say yes I am a Filipino. And then I earn their respect for having good command of their own language. After 10 years I got married and started my own family. I decided to quit and work as a Marketing Supervisor in a local company. I always smile when I remember the good old days in the BPO industry.



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Posted 12 January 2017 - 04:21 PM

been out of the BPO for more than 2 years now, i admit I miss the lifestyle pero not the work.



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Posted 14 January 2017 - 04:09 AM

Good Morning peeps

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Posted 15 January 2017 - 10:34 PM

14 years in the BPO industry...12 years with my current employer...Proud to be part of this growing industry!






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