Lucky No. 13 – MLBA Launches 13 Chapters in the Philippines

The Philippines is one of the most established regions for outsourcing solutions in the world, largely attributed to its cost-effective, tech-savvy and highly motivated workforce. Alorica is one of the biggest outsourcing employers in the country providing insanely great end-to-end services for U.S. customers across all industries. And with 17 sites strategically located across metro Manila and provincial regions as well as an employee base of 38,500, there has been much excitement to expand Making Lives Better with Alorica (MLBA) across Alorica’s Asia Pacific community.


We are pleased to announce that this month alone, 13 chapters have deployed and are ready to share the love through MLBA. Led by the executive board for the region, including Joyce Lee, international philanthropist, founder and president; Bing Prima-Patino; Irene Tan; Jamea Garcia and Bobbi Herrera, the expansion of MLBA in the Philippines will further allow Alorica employees to raise and distribute funds impacting Alorica team members in need and their communities through local nonprofits.


The 13 chapters now operating include: Alabang, Alorica Center, Alphaland, Cebu, Clark, Cubao, Cybergate, Davao, Fort Bonifacio, Ilocos, Lipa, Marikina, and Mezza.


To see how MLBA is changing lives of Alorica employees, their families, along with the people, organizations and communities who support them, follow them via Facebook and Instagram.


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