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HR service center offers ‘next generation’ BPO delivery

MANILA, Philiippines — Do you help recruit new talent into your organization? Would outsourcing your HR and payroll administration help you increase quality and compliance along with saving money? Do you want to transform your classroom-based learning into e-learning? Do you have operations across the Asian region from Dubai to Wellington? Then Talent2 is a company you should know.

Talent2 is the Asia Pacific leader in HR Managed Services, headquartered in Australia, with operations across the region.

Talent2 has always had Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) operations in the Philippines, but due to growth it is expanding.

Talent2 has had great experience with its two delivery centers in the Philippines — Makati and Cebu — and is building on this by continuing to invest in the Philippines.

This expansion will ensure that Talent2 has the right quality and capacity for its clients around the world. It will be officially opening its new 500-seat service center in March, which demonstrates its commitment to its clients, people and to the Philippines as a BPO strategic delivery location.

Mary Sue Rogers is the Talent2 Global General Manager with overall responsibility for the Shared Service operation in Manila, and is far from being a new comer to the Philippines.

Having previously worked for IBM as its global leader for the HR BPO business, she knows what quality of talent, customer dedication and experience is available in the Philippines.

Building on the track record established in IBM, Mary Sue is looking forward to leading the design, built and operation of the “next generation” of HR, Learning and Recruitment BPO delivery.

The next generation of BPO delivery centers developed by Talent2 will provide an exceptional quality of services for our clients, and just as importantly will establish people processes inside the centre that allow for development and career expansion of the Talent2 team.

Talent2 is focused on the Asia Pacific region and will provide an opportunity for experienced HR and Recruitment professionals to work in a “day shift” environment — something that many competitors in the market cannot provide.

Delivering a high quality work environment that focuses on people, facilitating “work life balance” along with career development is quite unique in the BPO delivery market in the Philippines. This will ultimately benefit not only the Talent2 team but also Talent2 clients.

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