Employees of business process outsourcing (BPO) company Qualfon in Dumaguete City recently shared meals with 200 patients inside the Pedia ward of Negros Oriental Provincial Hospital. The activity was part of Qualfon’s community-outreach program, entitled Care@Work and Give@Work, around the world during the month of February. In Dumaguete City, Qualfon employees from across multiple contact centers joined together to deliver smiles and care to children and their parents. In South America, Qualfon employees mingled with local day care children. In Mexico City, Qualfon employees provided services to the San Jacinto Parish and delivered food and goods to families in need. According to Mylz Estepa, senior mission officer at Qualfon Dumaguete, the success of its Care@Work and Give@Work programs depend largely on the number of helping hands.
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