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Which BPO Company Landed in the Top 5 Most Preferred Employers in the Philippines?

Accenture emerged as one of the Top 5 Most Preferred Employers in the Country. To answer the question “Which companies do most Filipinos dream of working for and why?”  Jobstreet conducted an online survey and it shows that San Miguel Corporation (SMC) the only local company in the list emerged as the Most Preferred Employer. Multinational corporations like Nestle Philippines, Procter and Gamble Philippines, Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines then Accenture, the only company that offers technology services and outsourcing company that's included in the list. 

See the additional info below based on Jobstreet's Website:
Why were these companies picked?
It’s about the money… According to the survey, salary is the foremost reason why candidates want to work for these companies. This is across all position levels, from fresh graduates to managers. The more experienced candidates chose benefits as their second preference when selecting an organization to work for.
In an interview with a former recruitment marketing manager from Accenture, she said that the company offers better benefits with regard to insurance or medical coverage which can be extended to dependents. She also pointed out that for certain positions, they offer car or housing loan assistance as well. On the other hand, those new to the workforce had companies that provide support and training/ learning and development as their number two consideration. They view training and development opportunities as ways to enhance their work skills and increase their job market value in the long run. Meanwhile, company reputation came in third as a workplace consideration across all position levels. The same former Accenture manager shared that what made her love the company most was “the pride of being part of one of the top companies worldwide.”
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The survey was responded by more than 5600 Jobstreet members from different position levels and specialization. What do you think of the list?


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