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The Business Processing Outsourcing industry is among the most lucrative markets in the Philippines. With foreign businesses, and even local ones, are eyeing the country in terms of solutions that will help reduce their overhead cost and even attain fluent talents who produce high-quality work. Well, that’s why there is no reason for the House Committee on Labor and Employment to support additional pay and better working conditions for the 1.3 million workers employed in the BPO sector.
According to a report by the Manila Bulletin, the committee chairman and Cagayan Rep. Randolph Ting and Quezon City Rep. Alfred Vargas gave praise for the pioneers in the lucrative industry for pushing the Philippines into the top spot. This makes the Philippines as the number one country in the world when it comes to outsourcing solutions.
In support for the welfare of the BPO workers, Vargas pushed for the House Bill 5728, which will ban understaffing, which often results in overworking, and to providing better treatment for all workers and guarantees of regularization. In addition, the bill covers security in their tenureship and protection against discrimination.
The BPO industry is known to be the country’s “sunshine industry,” in which the market has already brought at least $18 billion in revenues to the government, the Manila Bulletin reported.