Remote work

Australian business process outsourcing companies in the Philippines are looking at remote work arrangements not just as a temporary solution to pandemic-related work constraints but as an enduring model for work arrangements, industry executives say in a webinar. Philippine Ambassador to Australia Ma. Hellen De La Vega (second row, left) says during the opening remarks of the webinar ‘Navigating the Future of Work’ that there are over 300 Australian companies in the Philippines employing more than 44,000 Filipinos in BPO, infrastructure, financial services, ICT and energy sectors.

Topics: business process outsourcing , Hellen De La Vega , BPO , Australia
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