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B&M Global Services Manila

Description from the company's website: 
B&M Global Services Manila Inc. (GSM) was established in 2000 to support the document processing needs of international law firm, Baker & McKenzie (the Firm). With an initial team of five document specialists, the venture blazed new trails under the innovative concept of shared services and offshoring. Today, our more than 600 employees provide front- and back-end support to the Firm’s 70+ offices in different areas such IT, billing and finance, business development and marketing, knowledge management, document processing, meetings and events, client verification, content marketing, and other operational support function.


  • Non-taxable allowances, i.e., rice, meal, laundry and clothing
  • Guaranteed bonuses
  • Performance bonus and increase
  • Medicine reimbursement
  • Group life and accident insurance
  • HMO coverage
  • Christmas cash gift
  • Retirement plan
  • Tuition fee assistance
  • Annual leave benefits

  • Career development opportunities

  • Performance development plans
  • Internal promotions and hires
  • Career advancement
  • Corporate training programs
  • Leadership and Management Development Program
  • Address: 14th Floor, Net One Center, 26th Street corner 3rd Avenue, Crescent Park West, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines

    Here's a list of vacant position based on the company's career portal:

    • Global Help Desk Analyst
    • Data Analyst 
    • VoIP Engineer Taguig
    • QA Automation Engineer 
    • Quality Specialist Taguig
    • Operations Team Leader

    To apply online click on the link below you will be redirected to the company's career portal.


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