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Stream Global to Hire 15,000 Employees


Date Posted: Jun 12, 2010

 

 

Leading business process outsourcing firm Stream Global Services announced employing some 10,000 to 15,000 employees in the next three to five years as the company expands more in the country.

“We hope to become the BPO employer of choice for highly skilled Filipino call center personnel by offering the best work environment and culture with the ample opportunity for professional growth and learning,” said Stream Global chief executive officer and Chairman R. Scott Murray.

The BPO firm also announced that their Philippines facility will serve as the corporate headquarters in the Asia-Pacific region. Stream will further grow operations in China and Japan and expands operation in India.  

“Stream aims to fast track its investments in facilities, technologies and people in the Philippines,” said Murray.

The facility at the newly renovated Annex Building of SM City North EDSA cost about $13 million to build, but total investment, including training and equipment, could run close to $20 million by yearend, according to Murray.

Notably, the newly unveiled site is one of the company’s most advanced anywhere in the world, housing a control center linking all other Stream offices. It also has a state-of-the-art learning program that incorporates computer games in its employee’s learning methods.

Murray did not disclose details about other future sites, but assured that Stream has been actively surveying potential locations, including in the provinces outside Metro Manila, and would likely launch a new one before 2010.

 

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