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DBP Bangko sa Pagpapaunlad ng Pilipinas [M]

edited July 2019 in The Working Filipino
Filipino: Bangko sa Pagpapaunlad ng Pilipinas 
English: Development Bank of the Philippines


What's it like working in DBP (culture, salary etc)? Pareho lang ba sa ibang
bangko?
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  • i have a friend who works there..she said masaya daw talaga..sobrang secured ang feeling nya when she became a regular employee there kasi lahat ng benefits daw from family, free hospitalization, aside from bonuses-meron pang cash gifts na big amount talaga..mapacontractual or regular na daw bibigyan ka nila ng mga 35k pagxmas kahit ala ka pa 6 mos. kahit 1 month palang nakatanggap na.mapajanitor daw..lahat! kaya daw usually lahat ng tao daw dun, tumatanda na sa bank..ung iba 30 yrs na daw dun..mga vice presidents..kasi dahil dun sa benefits..hospitalization, Provident fund, pangtuition..etc :)
  • madfedaykinmadfedaykin PEx Rookie ⭐
    kaya daw usually lahat ng tao daw dun, tumatanda na sa bank..ung iba 30 yrs na daw dun..mga vice presidents..kasi dahil dun sa benefits..hospitalization, Provident fund, pangtuition..etc :)

    My father got his first job at DBP sometime in the late 60s. He stayed there until he opted for early retirement in the late 80s (or was that early 90s.) My father was not a high-ranking executive but DBP provided him with a good housing plan in the early 80s...we would have still been renting our home if not for that. I don't know how things are at DBP nowadays, but a cousin and some other people I know work there for about 10 years now. Some of my father's younger peers still work there, probably as managers or directors. The company must be doing something good, if people are staying that long.
  • mac_bolan00mac_bolan00 PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    i flunked their management trainee entrance test eons ago. sa psycho daw ako bumagsak.

    nyA!ha!ha!ha!ha!ha!ha!
  • my gf's mom is an exec vp there. sobrang ok ang environment dun and mataas din ang pay, isa yta ang dbp sa mga higher-paying goverment agency. pero hindi maiiwasan ang pulitika especially pag upper-level management na.by the way, 20 years na sya dun sa january.
  • My mom is a senior asst. vp their. (possible takbo for VP post) panalo. every 3 yrs car plan. upto 70k up sweldo... benefits! panalo!
  • Madaming dinosaurs...:glee:

    But benefits wise, good. Not much on compensation
    but for the long term, DBP is great. *okay*
  • uy SAVP rin mom ko, pero diba car plan is every 5 years. DBP is one of the best banks in the Phil. pang long-term siya. kaya lang sometimes may pulitika when it comes to higher positions. very evident sa current president nila, he does not know where's the borderline between personal and business issues.
  • ^Its government pa din....so di talaga mawawala yung pulitika. But fyi, the current president came from the private sector, it's his first time to work in the gov't.

    But come to think of it, di naman talaga nawawala ang politics in every institution e. :)
  • Yup I know that.

    Politics is everywhere maski sa organization yan sa university, banks or multinational corporation. Pero kapag tipong sinasagasaan na yung rights mo, ba ba ba, mali na ata yon. :)
  • ^You seem to know alot about the DBP huh?! :glee:

    But going back to the DBP, there's this management associate program they're having for people under 30.....one year training for officer slots...
  • hahaha, hi impeachable one. alam ko rin yun. :) May friend ako dun, he's in the program right now. :)
  • magkakakilala pala mga nanay natin.hehehe
  • QuadradoQuadrado PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    A childhood friend of mine is an officer there... She underwent the Management Trainee program last year after she graduated from college. I think she is hapy there, and yes they say it is one of the best government institution to work for!
  • sharingan, nanay mo din ba nasa DBP? hehehe :)
  • bee stung wrote:
    sharingan, nanay mo din ba nasa DBP? hehehe :)
    nanay pala ng gf ko:D soon to be mother-in-law :)
  • sharingan: EVP ang nanay ng gf mo?! hmm..walang EVP na babae sa DBP, mayroong SEVP...hmm.....so kilala ko na kung sino sya, kung tama man deduction ko. :D

    Yup, MAP is a good program. DBP is in a transition stage since most officers are retiring, they need new ones to fill in the gap, so to speak. :)
  • balita ko sablay tha yung officers na fresh grads na program. tama ba ako? I just heard it from my mom. harhar :glee:
  • /\Hindi lang mommy mo ang nagsasabi......:glee:
  • sinthsinth PExer
    hey, how do u apply for the management associate program? any emails u can give me? thanks!
  • sharingan: EVP ang nanay ng gf mo?! hmm..walang EVP na babae sa DBP, mayroong SEVP...hmm.....so kilala ko na kung sino sya, kung tama man deduction ko. :D

    Yup, MAP is a good program. DBP is in a transition stage since most officers are retiring, they need new ones to fill in the gap, so to speak. :)

    ah sevp na pala siya? galing pala si mamsy;) *sipsip mode*
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