CIB.O Promotes Collaboration Among IT-BPM HR Professionals
The Cebu IT BPM Organization (CIB.O) took a step towards promoting collaboration and knowledge-sharing amongst its members by hosting a meeting of human resources (HR) professionals on March 2, 2023.
Held at the prestigious Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino, the gathering provided a platform for HR practitioners from different member companies to exchange ideas, discuss industry challenges, and explore innovative solutions.
The event served as a testament to CIB.O's commitment to enhancing the IT-BPM sector in Cebu and supporting the development of a skilled and competitive workforce.
Eventomax's HR Manager Christine Romanos and HR Specialist Joseph Wagas, HR Specialist were among the attendees.
During the event, participants were able to learn about the major challenges faced by BPO and BPM companies, including talent acquisition, talent development, total rewards, alternate work setups, and employee labor relations.
"They also discussed how to address these challenges and how to implement effective strategies and practices to maintain good employee relations," Romanos said.
Romanos added that the learnings from the HR Committee Meeting can help HR operations at Eventomax.
She noted that the objective is to ensure that the organization is prepared to adapt and be responsive to internal and external changes.
"By balancing input with output, the company can ensure that employee needs are met while achieving its goals," Romanos said.
In addition, Joseph Wagas shared his insights on how the seminar can help HR operations at Eventomax.
He mentioned that despite the HR Operation's present success, there is still a huge possibility for their firm to incorporate HR programs.
"By effectively executing these programs, they can reveal coverage gaps across employee groups and improve their overall HR operations," Wagas said.
The seminar provided an opportunity for HR professionals to connect and share their experiences, best practices, and strategies for addressing the challenges faced by the BPO and BPM industry.
It also featured AON's Executive Series on Navigating the Changing Landscape of Rewards and Benefits, which highlighted the importance of adapting to changes in the workplace and how to create effective reward and benefit programs.
Overall, the event was a success, and it demonstrated the importance of collaboration and knowledge sharing in addressing the challenges faced by the BPO and BPM industry.
By working together and implementing effective strategies, BPO and BPM companies can continue to provide quality services to their clients while maintaining good employee relations and a healthy, competitive industry.