Alorica, a leading Business Process Outsourcing Provider of customer management solutions is now accepting applicants to hire as additional 6,000 customer management experts for the first quarter of 2016.
This news was revealed during a meet with the press led by Colleen Beers, Senior Vice President of Operations, last February 16, 2016.
Beers is responsible for developing world class engagement teams, innovating best practices that create amazingly great customer experiences, building strategic relationship with diverse clients in a variety of industries and driving growth and revenue for Alorica.
“More companies than ever before are choosing Alorica and our immensely talented people to take care of their business needs – online, on th phone, on social media, you name it,” Beers shared.
“Building a culture of nnovation, flexibility, and opportunity, we’ve demonstrated a commitment to offer careers, not just jobs,” she continued. “You see it in the tens of thousands of hours a year we invest in training our people and the result is that 96% of our engagement team managers today actually started at Alorica as engagement specialists.”
Alorica is hiring people to fill up the customer and technical support division, operation manager, trainers, leaders, agents, and other positions.
A lot of benefits and opportunites await to all employees that will make them stay longer in the company. For non-experienced applicant, the company offers PHP 15,000 +++ as beginning salary.
Alorica as established in 1999, privately and minority-owned with 73 delivery centers in 7 countries.
Beyond the walls of their offices, Alorica leaders believe making a difference in the communities where they live and work. In January, the company launched the Alorica Learning Hub in Lipa City. The hub is a 40-seat classroom wired with computers and outfitted with furniture and appliances for the students of Pinagtong-ulan National High School. The goal is to improve student performance and give the next generation of Filipinos the necessary knowledge and skills needed in today’s technology-focused economy.
In addition, Alorica employees help each other and their local communities by donating their time and money to “Making Lives Better with Alorica,” a non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance to Alorica employees, their families and the people, organizations and communities who support them. This organzation is not subsidiary or owned by Alorica Inc. For more information, you may visit www.livesbetter.org/who-we-are.
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