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Bacolod City, PhilippinesThursday, November 28, 2013
BPO talents urged to develop
‘higher value chain’ skill sets

Talents in the country's business process outsourcing industry were urged to move up to the higher value chain to meet abrupt changes in the sector.

SAP Asia Pacific Human Capital Management Solution Vice President Raj Sundarason told reporters in an interview during the Asia CEO Forum Wednesday that the country should now address concerns of how to move local BPO industry in the higher value chain.

“The Philippine market must start moving up in the value chain because if somebody is able to change the BPO later a little bit, you (are) going to have a challenge. So I believe now is the time to see BPO in a different view,” Sundarason said.

More ARBs installed by DAR

After two decades, six Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries from Brgy. Tooy in Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental, finally took over their lots at a peaceful installation led by the Department of Agrarian Reform yesterday.

Provincial Agrarian Reform Officer Gideon Yonque distributed Certificate of Land Ownership Awards to the beneficiaries of the 6.15 hectares of land owned by the Development Bank of the Philippines.

Yonque told the beneficiaries of their rights, duties and responsibilities as the new owners of the land. He also reminded them about their obligation to pay the Land Bank of the Philippines the amortization and the local government units the land taxes.

Grains retailers give out rice

The Grains Retailers Confederation of Negros Occidental recently gave several packs of rice and goods to families affected by typhoon Yolanda in Cadiz City, Negros Occidental, Sherill Bico, GRECON secretary, said yesterday.

Bico said the rice supply and goods were given by grains retailers from the cities of Bago, La Carlota, Cadiz, Talisay and Sagay and from the towns of Pontevedra, Manapla and San Enrique.

She said 500 families from Brgy. Cabahug in Cadiz benefited from the initiative.

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