DOH checks on health and well-being of Filipino BPO agents.
Due to the invaluable contribution of the Business Processing Outsourcing (BPO) employees to the country’s economy, the Department of Health (DOH) today enters into partnership with Johnson and Johnson (J&J) in addressing the health challenges of call center agents, estimated to have reached a nationwide total of 1.3 million in 2016.
DOH, J&J joins hands to address health concerns of BPO workers.
The Department of Health (DOH) has partnered with Johnson and Johnson (J&J) to address the health challenges of call-center agents, estimated to have reached a nationwide total of 1.3 million in 2016.
DOH to address BPO health issues.
The Department of Health (DoH) plans to educate business process outsourcing (BPO) employees on health issues as some studies reveal people working in the industry suffer from various diseases.
Health risk sa BPO, tutukan ng DOH.
Tinutukan ng Department of Health (DOH) ang kalusugan ng mga call center agent na nahaharap sa health risk dahil sa kawalan ng sapat na tulog at stress sa trabaho.
Access to health services, info for 1.3M call center agents.
Access to basic health services and information would soon be provided to over a million call center agents, as they are at risk of many serious health problems.
DOH creates program to address health challenges in the BPO sector.
Studies showing the susceptibility of BPO employees in acquiring various diseases prompted the action.