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Sitel PH champions language of inclusion

Sitel Group, a global leader in end-to-end customer experience products and solutions, threw its full support behind the first Philippine Workplace Inclusion Forum with a gold sponsorship.

Sitel PH champions language of inclusion
The global BPO sponsored the first workplace inclusion forum about inclusion in the new normal Sitel Group supports the first Philippine Workplace Inclusion Forum sponsoring the session, “The Language of Inclusion,” with Jorelle Robles, Head of Marketing – Asia Pacific Region, opening the session and panel.
The forum was presented by the Philippine Financial Inter-Industry Pride in partnership with the Women Inter-Industry Network and the Global In-House Center Council of the Philippines. The forum’s inaugural theme “Inclusion and the New Normal” explored what it means to be an inclusive organization in the Philippines during this transitional period.

“We have been a strong supporter and partner of PFIP for several years,” said Jorelle Robles, head of marketing for Asia Pacific of Sitel Group.

“Inclusion and diversity is a pillar of how we do business at Sitel and one of our employee value proposition pillars is ‘Be bold, be you’ or ‘Kada Pagkakaiba, Kabarkada’. We strive to create a work environment that is safe and supportive of underrepresented groups in the workforce. That’s why we proudly participate in forums and events like these that provide venues for colleagues in the industry to discuss workplace inclusion and share best practices,” Robles said.

Topics: Sitel Group , Philippine Workplace Inclusion Forum
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