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Sutherland to Hire More Employees as the Firm Expands

Date Posted: Jun 4, 2010

One of the leading US-based call center companies in the country today, Sutherland Global Services announced their plan of constructing another two “campuses” or facilities in Metro Manila as the company wants to take advantage of the country’s strong workforce.

The said expansion is now under development and is expected to create thousands of jobs among Filipinos.

Sutherland chief executive Dilip Vellodi said plas were underway to develop two campuses, “to house all our employees in the Greater Manila Area”

Vellodi added that the two campuses will serve as the “key hub” of its Asia-Pacific operations.

What makes the “campuses” unique is that it fuses places together in one compound facility such as the BPO center, offices and dormitories for employees.

Sutherland has a full-fledged campus at its Pampanga site.

“The Philippines is a wonderful success story. From zero employees in 2005 when we started, we now have more than 10,000 after just five years. We’re proud of our Philippine employees. We’ll continue to grow in the Philippines,” Vellodi said.

Sutherland currently has around 12,000 employees in six locations, including two in Metro Manila, and one each in Clark, Tarlac, Camarines Sur and Davao City.



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