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pm me.. dame kase ngrereact po eh..ndi nmn ako nakikipagaway. thanks
I was like you before.
@@@@@ I don't want to pick a fight as well,
because some users in this forum are FIS HR.
@@@@@ To all applicants and FIS employees,
the best way to handle FIS politics
is to disengage myself
from any FIS activities and programs
[employee referrals, Xmas activities, fund-raising, ect.].
Give them just enough, nothing more.
Give them just the bare minimum
[no overtime, no referrals, don't participate in activities].
And you'll see,
you'll stop getting angry,
because you won't expect anything from FIS.
I don't need appreciation [anymore] from FIS.
FIS is just a job.
FIS is just a source of income.
Don't feel embarrassed to think this way.
Who cares what FIS management thinks?
Find other activities to dedicate your time and life.
FIS is not worth it.
Again, FIS is just a job.
@@@@@ Of course, by disengaging from FIS politics,
don't expect any promotion, salary increase, ect.
Because visibility is key in the highly politicized FIS.
--- "This trashcan is a project of Mayor LIM",
--- "LIM - Linisin, Ikarangal Maynila]
Your peers who played politics will get ahead of you.
But better to distance yourself from FIS politics,
than get stressed [and get uglier] everyday.
[mataas nga ang position nila,,,, pero mas maganda ka naman.]
But caution, don't let them use you to advance themselves.
@@@@@ FIS already noticed the trend of employee's disengagement:
On June 29, FIS published a job advertisement
for the new position "Manager - Employee Engagement/Employee Relations".
But what's the point?
FIS is notorious at not listening.
So give FIS a taste of their own medicine, don't talk to FIS management.
FIS will just use the information you gave them against you.
Well, it's FIS prerogative,
but my two cents, no thank you.
It's more fun to be disengaged.
But if you really want to climb the FIS ladder,
then go ahead and continue participating in FIS extra-curricular activities.
But when you dip your finger into FIS politics,
be ready to get yourself dirty.
Last edited by tcomc; Aug 3, 2012 at 04:27 AM.
Based ngayon sa sinulat mo... Wag mag-engage sa mga activities sa FIS like xmas , etc... Kala ko ba Last year wala kayo Christmas activities... yan ang sabi dito sa mga past threads nyo... Ano ba totoo... ?
may non voice account b **?
walng xmas party last yr...tapos nagbgy sila ng pinakamurang ham ng purefoods *** around 250php na ham hndi *** bilog na ham tapos *** pasta ng delmonte *** 180grms na pasta LANG..take note: walang ksamang spaghetti sauce so kami pa *** bumili ng spag sauce..nakakaloka diba as in...nattawa nga ako ngyon eh..sobrang kuripot wapak tlg FIS
Guys tinawagan po ako for exam and interview. Mainframe COBOL Trainee. Kung makapasa daw ako, the training will last for 1 1/2 -2 months. Then pag maganda daw performance i-aabsorb daw ng company. May 350 pesos daw na daily allowance sa training. Fresh grad lang ako kaya wala pa masyado alam sa mga company. I need your opinion. Base sa mga nabasa ko, ang dami negative issues. Nag-second thought tuloy ako na tumuloy. Ganun din po ba ang pamamalakad nila sa IT? Anyways, Mukhang okay naman yung HR na tumawag sakin. Monique ang name. Thanks in advance!
c monique pretty un...
Banned by Admin
hello po, ako din po natawagan about sa mainframe, tanong ko lang po anong klase ng test *** binibigay nila, any idea?..
Thank you po sa sasagot. Sa mga nakapagtry na pong magapply dito, thank you
1. ADVICE ko lang sa mga FRESHGRADs:
Pumasyal muna kayo sa mga business districts para magka-idea kayo sa mga available companies:
a. Ayala Avenue,
f. Madrigal Alabang Business Park
g. UP-Ayala Technohub QC
h. Bay City at SM MOA.
Sigurado marami kayong madi-discover na companies na hindi nyo pa naiisip applyan.
Two years old pa lang ang FIS Manila.
Mai-stress lang kayo sa gulo ng pamamalakad.
Humanap na lang kayo ng mas established at mas mature na companies.
In case umalis kayo sa FIS, mahirap mag-explain sa job interviews kung bakit kayo nag-resign.
Gusto nyo ba yun?
2. REALITY CHECK.
Lahat tayo, mabait kapag kailangan natin ang isang tao.
Obligation ng HR ang mag-hire, syempre liligawan nila kayo.
Pero pag naka-pirma na kayo sa contract, goodluck kung pansinin pa nila kayo.
*Di ko sure, pero feeling ko merong bonus na natatanggap ang HR sa FIS kapag naka-recruit sila.
Nakausap ko kasi si HR <undisclosed name>, at nabasa ko sa reaction nya na merong nakatayang pera sa recruitment nya.
Pero it makes sense na meron silang recruitment bonus. *
Mas mataas pa magbigay ang mga Filipino companies...
Mas mataas pa ang daily salary ng labandera namin.
Last edited by tcomc; Aug 25, 2012 at 05:01 AM.
@tcomc - sa FIS ka pa rin po ba nagwwork? plano ko po kase mag-apply dito as IT service desk, dun ka rin po ba sa department na yun, or sa iba? I just want to know kung ganun sa isang specific department lang or in general...
and may mga salary disputes ba dito? (I hope walang ganung issue dito) TIA!
reposting it has to be a multi quote.. sorry...
Last edited by cloud4267; Aug 28, 2012 at 11:19 AM. Reason: la lang
It has been almost 2 years now.. I have done some back reading... For me, I was shocked!!! It seems that FIS is the worst BPO Company ever.. According to this thread.... Almost 2 years na ang sasama ng mga post dito.... This was the first time I have read such a hate thread that went for almost 2 years.....