Due to working conditions, some 2.02 million people worldwide die from accidents while 317 million are afflicted with diseases yearly. But even with these grave statistics, half the world’s population still struggle to make ends meet with just under U.S. $2 a day. With the intent of reducing this mortality and morbidity rate, the International…
Month: April 2018
Not only are millennials challenging to manage as employees, they are also difficult to retain. Only 16% of this generation can see themselves working for the same company ten years from now. In fact, 44% of these digital natives are prepared to leave their posts after two years. And yet, millennials are fast becoming the…
The BPO industry can still help the developing world by paying employees a multiple factor income rather than percentage gains. Find out how and why.
A fair trade call center deals with misbehaving employees through egalitarian means based on fair trade outsourcing principles.
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The basic economics of the BPO industry have done a tremendous job at alleviating poverty in the developing world through impact sourcing.
Engaged employees outperform their more detached co-workers by 28 percent. So, how do you improve employee engagement? Here are six creative ways.
Fair pay in the BPO industry means agents are paid living wages to sustain their basic needs and let them take care of their families the best way they can.
Learn what the Agent Bill of Rights are and how a fair trade call center applies these tenets to protect the rights of call center agents.