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The BPO Industry Employees’ Network or BIEN is a network that aims to provide a forum where employees across the BPO industry can exchange ideas about life and work, provide help to each other in various ways, and meet new friends.Please Login
An independent network of employees working in business process outsourcing companies plans to conduct its own probe on the tragic fire incident that killed dozens of call center workers here last December 23. January 8, 2018 5:00 AM
“The most amazing thing has been to see the rank and file call center workers meet with workers in other countries and they immediately bond—they bond on a simple human level, a worker level. It’s an empowering experience.” @ShaneLarsonCWA May 29, 2020 5:15 AM
BUILDING GLOBAL SOLIDARITY | @CWAUnion sees helping BIEN as a win-win: BIEN workers gain better wages and working conditions, and CWA workers face less downward pressure on theirs. “Our workers are recognizing that we have more in common than not,” said Larson. May 29, 2020 5:15 AM
Especially in this time of pandemic, companies should practice due diligence, and show compassion to its employees by providing financial support and find ways so workers can continue working safely in the time of pandemic,” Cabalona added. #Paidleaves#NotoFloatingwhilehiring May 16, 2020 5:58 AM
“However, we observed that many BPO companies are also continuously hiring new agents even as many of their current employees are placed in NWNP or floating status. This is unfair and goes against our right to secure jobs. May 16, 2020 5:58 AM