Worldwide, women dominate the healthcare sector, making up more than half of the world’s population at 70% globally. In the Philippines, 72% of the total local healthcare and medical workforce consists of women and 90% of them serve as primary healthcare decision-makers for their households.
Outsourcing has grown to become a buzzword in the business landscape. The technological boom also made this easier for businesses and remote workers alike. Getting a remote staff to perform specific business functions allows organizations and employees to shift their focus on their core responsibilities.
If you ask Google what LinkedIn is, the search results will generally describe it as a benchmark social networking platform used by and for new college graduates, job seekers, industry professionals, and businesses. But if you ask me, I’d put it simply and say that LinkedIn is like Facebook, but for working professionals.
Companies are cautious with their stride for long-term success. So when a high-skilled talent resigns, they try to fill the vacancy before it affects company performance. Companies look for replacements; but locating top C-level and hard-to-fill candidates in the competitive job market is a difficult task.
The Filipino workforce is among the most compelling advantages that the Philippines has over any other Asian country. With higher education priority, the literacy rate in the country is 96.6% – among the highest.
The rise of the Philippine BPO Industry has seen an accompanied increase in staff leasing services, including the recruitment of SEO Specialists, Web Developers, Webmasters, Copywriters, Programmers, Data Encoders, Virtual Assistants, and Contact Center Agents.