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Teleperformance (Paris:TEP), the global leader in outsourced customer and citizen experience management and related digital services, announced that its operations in 64 countries have received Great Place to Work® certifications, up four countries from 2021. With this achievement, Teleperformance increases its number of certified countries two years in a row, and confirms over 97% of its 420,000 global employees are working in a Great Place to Work® location. The sheer scale and magnitude of this global people initiative sets a very high standard in employee care for large global companies in all industry sectors.
More than 200,000 Teleperformance employees participated in the annual survey, directly rating their employer on fairness, credibility, pride, respect, innovation, integrity, leadership behavior and support. Teleperformance employees overwhelmingly commended the company’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, its caring and welcoming company culture, and the sense of pride it fostered in employee professional accomplishments.
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A wealth of diverse tech talent is available, if companies expand their approach to hiring them.
With businesses struggling to find and keep technical talent, companies cannot afford to leave any stone unturned. And yet they have been slow to diversify the talent pools they tap to recruit technical professionals.
While the state of talent diversity is a problem across most companies, the issue is particularly bleak when it comes to tech talent. In 2021, for example, there were 14 percent fewer women in entry-level engineering or product positions and 15 percent fewer in first-level manager positions than in other nontechnical roles. Similarly, our research shows that Black workers, who represent a 13 percent share of the labor force, represent only 4.5 percent of software developers.
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As part of an worldwide Insurance Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) market research project, a detailed analysis of the company profiles of important industry suppliers is carried out. Insurance Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) research identifies the most successful manufacturers worldwide and gives data on their sales, income, and pricing in addition to other relevant information. The ultimate purpose of this research is to provide a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the global Insurance Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) market.
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Jack Howell, CEO, Zurich Global Ventures speaks with Bloomberg’s Lauren Kiel at Bloomberg’s Technology Summit. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Intetics Inc. investigates the case of the Ukrainian IT industry and portrays factors that allowed the sector to recover after its challenges and flourish.
/ -- It is safe to say that many nations were caught off-guard by the events unraveling at the end of February 2022. Many expected Ukraine to decline massively, especially in economic terms. However, to everyone’s surprise, some Ukrainian industries, specifically the IT sector, illustrate remarkable resilience and hope for the best six months into the turmoil.
Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) is a method of outsourcing key data-related information that involves the management, gathering, analysis, and delivery of business-relevant insights. When there is a shortage of trained workers or when specific knowledge and skills are needed, businesses turn to KPOs.
New York, Sept. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Global Knowledge Process Outsourcing Market Size, Share & Industry Trends Analysis Report By Service Type, By Application, By Regional Outlook and Forecast, 2022 – 2028" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p06322140/?utm_source=GNW
KPO can assist businesses in lowering operational expenses and the demand for specialized workers. Organizations can concentrate on their core duties and increase productivity and outcomes by outsourcing certain of their procedures.
São Paulo, September 2022 – The digital transformation, started in 2012 and accelerated five years ago with a series of acquisitions in different business verticals, boosted the growth of the Stefanini Group, which, in celebrating its 35 years of existence, reiterates its ability to to continually reinvent itself to meet the needs of its customers around the world. Currently, the global company of Brazilian origin is present in 41 countries and has more than 30 thousand employees, who adopt the co-creation model as a differential to do the unimaginable possible for more than 1,000 active customers.
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LONDON (Reuters) - Aviva (LON:AV) Investors has agreed a deal to outsource data and back office functions to BNY Mellon, the two companies said on Tuesday, as the investment division of the British insurer looks to bolster its services to clients and cut costs.
Asset managers have increasingly been handing over responsibility for back office functions such as custody of securities to third parties, while outsourcing has in some cases extended as far as front office functions such as trading.
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Aviva, the UK’s leading insurer, today announces an investment of $10 million into the Anthemis Female Innovators Lab Fund. The fund was founded in September 2019 and backs female entrepreneurs in the fintech industry across the UK, Europe, Canada and the US. Aviva’s investment will specifically support UK based fintech firms which are founded by women. Currently only 4% of UK fintechs are led by women.
Aviva will be a strategic partner to the Fund, which is the largest female focused fintech fund and is anchored and co-founded by Barclays. The Fund deploys capital directly into innovative female led companies within the finance industry and provides female entrepreneurs with access to financial and intellectual resources through the Fund’s extensive network of advisors and experts.
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Automation adoption is no longer an experiment for enterprises, as a recent study by SS&C Blue Prism found that 69% of business leaders are planning to implement intelligent automation programs. However, large-scale projects require a long timeline and significant upfront investment, making boards and the C-suite balk at signing off on them. With this hesitation in mind, leaders must take a careful approach to planning and designing an AI initiative that will be a clear success.
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