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The coronavirus crisis causes BPO companies to lose clients, leaving employees to bear the brunt of the pandemic
BPO workers who get exposed to the virus while on the job have to quarantine themselves without regular pay
The Philippine government also allows business process outsourcing and export-oriented companies to install the equipment necessary to implement a work from home scheme
'From solving internet problems, to taking food orders, to answering insurance inquiries and government service-related questions, there will always be a contact center agent ready to help you solve your problems in the midst of this pandemic'
As the Luzon lockdown continues, many workers in BPO companies are forced to head to their offices due to a lack of flexible work arrangements and to maintain job security during the coronavirus outbreak
Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Assistant Secretary Wilven Mayor says a total of 12,000 Moro Islamic Liberation Front fighters will be decommissioned by 'early 2020'
For devotees, Our Lady of La Naval is the symbol of love and strength to withstand life's constant battles
We are now at a critical stage in the Mindanao peace process leading up to the fulfillment of the commitments made by both the government and the MILF
President Rodrigo Duterte will lead a ceremony in Maguindanao on Saturday, September 7, as former rebels from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front begin their transition to civilian life
This strange ritual takes place on July 29 each year in the village of Las Nieves in Galicia on the feast day of St Martha, whose brother Lazarus was raised from the dead when Jesus visited their home according to the Bible's account
While the company is eager to expand to other areas in the Philippines, Open Access BPO chief executive officer Benjamin Davidowitz says Metro Manila is still crucial
The Core i9-9900KS can reportedly clock 5GHz for all its 8 cores
Incentives will help the BPO industry keep up with present-day challenges, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data, says the senatorial candidate
FNI says it will partner with Hong Kong-based firm Huarong Asia Limited for the venture, to take advantage of the Philippines' 'fast-growing steel demand'
(UPDATED) Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono says Japan is ready to 'expand' support for the Mindanao peace process
Threatening to autopsy persons responsible alive will not solve things. Only a thorough examination of problems would.
The appointment of Carlito Galvez Jr also completes the retired generals' takeover of key posts handling peace, security, and delivery of government services
Poll watchdog Legal Network of Truthful Elections, however, criticizes the delay in the information and education drive in the Bangsamoro
Human rights group Barug Katungod Mindanao expresses concern that military chief Carlito Galvez Jr would 'militarize the OPAPP and the peace process'
(UPDATED) Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo says President Duterte announced his post-retirement plan for General Carlito Galvez Jr at a Cabinet meeting
Catholic devotees flock to Intramuros, Manila, for the annual Grand Marian Procession
(3rd UPDATE) The President says he is sad to accept the resignation of his friend and fellow Davaoeño Jesus Dureza. He also announced he has fired OPAPP Undersecretary Ronald Flores and Assistant Secretary Yeshtern Donn Baccay.
General Carlito Galvez Jr, a strong advocate of the peace process in Mindanao, says he wants to continue dialogues with rebel groups after his retirement on December 12
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
(UPDATED) The feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, La Naval de Manila, is known for one of the biggest Marian processions in the Philippines
The grand La Naval de Manila procession follows a Mass led by Cubao Bishop Honesto Ongtioco at Santo Domingo Church in Quezon City
Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña is working with the Business Process Outsourcing sector to ensure workers' safety in the city
Systems registrations requires companies to register their systems and processes that collect data from individuals
Some P192.5 million allotted for road projects in Maguindanao under the Pamana program is not utilized by the Armed Forces of the Philippines
The Department of Tourism says it is looking at major markets China and India for its plan to facilitate easier entry to the country
President Rodrigo Duterte wants the public 'consulted' before he orders the formal resumption of peace talks with the Left
The informant against Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters bombmaker Basit Usman is one of several recipients of reward money totaling P27.6 million in a ceremony in Camp Aguinaldo
Accenture is looking for young, digitally-savvy minds to join the workforce of the future
The draft resolution asks the Supreme Court to review its decision to 'nullify the appointment' of Sereno as chief justice
The members include sociologists, journalists, doctors, economists, attorneys and clerics. The commission is headed by a Jesuit priest, Francisco de Roux, known for his human rights work.
'We are doing our best to meet the deadline set by the President about the resumption of talks within 60 days,' Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III says
'This is part of an effort to be more clear about where we draw the line on content,' Facebook public policy manager in charge of content Siobhan Cummiskey says
'While we give primacy to peace, we will never hesitate to use our might when innocent civilians are threatened and attacked,' says Armed Forces chief of staff General Carlito Galvez Jr
(UPDATED) Jesus Dureza says 'we should respect the statements of Mayor Sara because she knows also why she has to say it'
Every year thousands of Filipinos mark Holy Week by marching in the processions
In the town of Baliuag in Bulacan, Good Friday is more festive than Christmas
Ever wondered why the dates for Holy Week change? Check out this video!
'We implore our legislators not to delay such passage any further,' Ateneo presidents across the country urge Congress
This comes after a Malacañang veto effectively raised the cost of doing business in the Philippines, says Senator Paolo Benigno Aquino IV
This is after property demand from the BPO sector dropped by 26% in take-up to 385,000 sqm in 2017, from 485,000 sqm in 2016, says Leechiu Property Consultants
Norwegian special envoy Idun Tvedt stresses Norway's commitment 'to assist the Philippines in its peace process' with communist rebels
The researchers stress the data shows no more than a correlation between a diet high in ultra-processed foods and cancer. This could be coincidental, and does not prove conclusively that these types of food actively cause cancer.
'In the interest of the Filipino people and for the sake and purpose of resuming the peace negotiations, I am willing to have serious conversations with President Duterte,' says the communist leader
The Moro Islamic Liberation Front also cautions against making changes in the proposed measure that are not consistent with the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro
'Sana po maging mataas 'yung score ko po sa school,' says an 8-year-old girl, while others pray for good health, as a replica procession kicks off Nazareno 2018