Friday, August 19, 2011

LBC Philippines Express Money Remittance Security Package Tracking

Let me call to remind you that this piece of writing is not in any way an advertising effort. I would just appreciate to disclose my experience around a custom-fit intensity to the majority of my target audience to enable them comprehend about LBC Philippines and how monitoring codes and security should be taken cared of as to remitting and obtaining not just money remittance and also for those who are getting or picking up balikbayan cartons or products back and forth from the Philippines as well as to and from overseas.

Tracing Codes

First off, in connection with LBC express administering reference number, you should never in any case display or upload in online web location these directory of numbers. It is a major consideration to keep knowledge of these checking codes or numbers and restrict them to only you or only, I repeat, only people you trust 100%. I've too many Pinoys, workers abroad showing their monitoring codes or administering numbers to websites, blogs and so on in their task to fix dilemmas or complications with their vendors, in my case (from what I read in blog remarks), LBC Philippines express.

Figuring out Who to Talk to Regarding Issues

Please do note that if you have any issues with LBC, be sure to address or direct your problem to only those involved and in this case, LBC is your provider, therefore, you should only contribute it with them. Find their hotline telephone numbers or contact numbers or the nearest office or to the maximum, the very branch involved in your problem. After calling them and you're unhappy with their actions, go to the main branch and there is the best place for you to elevate your concern in connection with fund transfer or package/s.

On-line Inquiry and Administering

LBC offers online verifying or administering of your products so it is simple for you to see where your item is. it is important to read carefully, their website directions and be sure that you are in the official website. Again, never talk about security information from custom-fit details to tracking numbers to anyone or anywhere, just to involved parties.

Avoid Miscommunication Factors

Be sure to double check with your sender regarding your money remittance or shipment before you make any action to raise a ticket or raise your problem to the proper admin. There have been many situations of miscommunication problems arising to improper idea. Please don't assume, instead be totally sure about what you are going to raise as an issue to the authorities, in this case, the LBC express.

Preparing Terms

In any problems raised considering matters of money transfer or sent or received bundles or shipment whether they are a case of delay, destroyed, mistracked, damaged, non-delivery, inability to arrive on time and such, there is always a proper procedure for elevating problems. Every consultant provide different procedures. Be sure that you follow these procedures if you are on your process to raising a ticket or problem. Last but not the very least, be sure that you have the proper and accurate requirements. A standard would be a valid identification card or ID and your MTCN or sometimes called the tracking number / reference number.

More Resources Here: LBC Philippines Money Transfer

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Is job hunt abroad caused by BPO?

Just came up with this question as I was wondering if BPO did reallyt cause, well, in a portion the job hunt purposes of jobseekrs from the Philippines? Professionals going out of the country when there really is demand here. What happened to the system of work hiring in the Philippines today?

A friend for example resorted to getting employed for POEA jobs in Canada early this year and is now earning more than she can earn if ever she decides to work here in the Philippines.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Philippines Call Centers: the sun is still shining



Philippines Call Centers are in Full Bloom

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Because of its incredible expansion over the last 15 years the business of opening up Philippines Call Centers has been dubbed the Sunshine Industry by the Philippine government. Even today, the call center outsourcing industry is considered one of the fastest growing sectors within the Philippine economy.

Philippines call centers started as basic providers of e-mail response and management for myriad customer relations services travel assistance, tech-support, customer care, and financial and education services. Online support aimed at business-to-customer and business-to-business support was also a popular service provided by the first Philippines call centers.

Being that Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is generally regarded as one of the fastest growing global industries it should be of little surprise that the Philippines call center industry is busting at the proverbial seems.

Why Philippines Call Centers?

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The Philippines are regarded as such an ideal place for call center facilities for a number of compelling reasons. For starters, Philippine facilities have inherently low operational and labor costs associated with them. Even today the Philippines is the top destination for outsourcing and has grabbed more than her share of the world’s $200-billion business process outsourcing industry. In fact, today there are close to 2,000 call centers dispersed throughout the tiny island country.

The People Behind Philippines Call Centers

The majority of the Philippines call centers require college graduates who are perfectly fluent in English and capable of understanding the products and or services they are contracted to represent. Agents also need to have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. In order to ensure quality agents the recruitment process at minimum involves an initial telephone screening which determines the applicants telephone voice quality and how the well they respond to the callers requests. The next stages involve a more formal set of interviews conducted by a human resources professional who may administer tests designed to quantitatively asses speaking skills, confidence, attitude, and problem solving ability.

US Recession: an economic tsunami

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The recession currently being weathered by the United States is being felt all over the world and the Philippines is no exception. With less money being made domestically we are importing far less exportable goods and services resulting in a substantial reduction in employment opportunities for Overseas Filipino Workers. In reaction, the Philippine government devised a program designed to provide Filipino domestic workers state-sponsored training for the overseas workers to work in call centers. The program is a very successful part of the Philippine’s vocational scholarship program and is fully funded by the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration. The vocational training project is aimed at improving English proficiency and providing quality call center facility training for under $1000 per student. This will provide an influx of highly trained individuals ready to staff the many Philippines call centers.


Saturday, July 25, 2009

2009 Nursing Exam Results Passers

Allow me to be a little bit different today from the discussion of this blog. I just want to announce here to congratulate a cousin of mine who just passed the recent 2009 Nursing Board Exam conducted by the PRC.

To all others who were included in the official complete list of 2009 Nursing Board Exam Result and were new registered nurses, congratulations too to all of you and my you find your perfect job out there which would most likely be the next move for all of you. Again Congratulation!

Friday, July 24, 2009

Call Center Hiring in Philippines

call center hiringCall center hiring in Philippines this 2009 has significantly increased unlike in the previous year where the global recession took its effect in jobs being offered in the call center directory for jobs. It was a stage of development as what visionaries in the call center industry had seen but that was to a negative effect.

This year, 2009 saw the light when instead of the dying call center hiring for jobs related to this service in BPO, an increase came in Asia and we are glad it included the Philippines.

We have become a cheaper venue for many outsourcing needs from the western countries like United States, Australia, Canada U.K. and many more countries. This made professionals in the call center industry glad because instead of the earlier threat of loosing their jobs, they became even more stable.

A destination for many workers to vie for as hiring in the call center in job fairs go the interest of the local workforce in the Philippines. What's next?