GOVERNOR Fredenil Castro personally conveyed to thousands of graduating college students of Filamer Christian University (FCU) and Hercor College, here, the job opportunities by a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) company that will open a branch in the province in June this year.
It was learned that a BPO company, Qualfon, has asked the help of the provincial government thru the Public
Employment Service Office (PESO) for the job opportunities.
The provincial chief executive said during the gathering that the company will hire about 1,200 call center agents and employees for its forthcoming operation.
Castro also met with Capiz State University (CapSU) officials to request the school
management’s help in scouting for graduating students who are interested to work in a BPO company.
The meeting was followed by the governor’s forum to about 900 graduating students from the various CapSU campuses to inform and invite them for the employment slots.
He also advised the students to study hard and show their good manners and right conduct in any work that they will get as
an inherent characteristic of Capiceño workers especially that a lot of investors
are planning to open their businesses in the province that will bring various opportunities to jobseekers.
The governor was with PESO manager John Leo Beldia, among others, during
the campus sorties. (PIA Capiz/
with reports from CPGCG)