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Saturday, August 7, 2021

Insta Scoop: Juancho Trivino Clarifies Work with BPO from October to December 2020

Image courtesy of Instagram: juanchotrivino

 

46 comments:

  1. Wag kasing mag brag yan 2loy nabash ka.🤭 pogi mo pa naman.

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    1. Pinagyabang kasi niya na he had totally NO EXPERIENCE working sa BPO tapos he got hired agad as Project Manager kaya maraming nagduda bakit siya kukunin ng ganun agad ang position.

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  2. and so ? prestigious naman BPO ah

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    1. Kaya nga. Para bang ang dating e nagpakababa sya sa pagwork sa callcenter.

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    2. ayaw siguro niya ng 8 hour job

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    3. 12:37 Wag sobrang sensitive. Sa sobrang sensitive eh kung anu ano na ang interpretation mo sa sinabi niya. Pinost niya yan kasi ang daming nang bash sa kanya dahil ginawa syang project manager kahit baguhan sya. Project manager for external events, which is connected to his profession.

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  3. kelangan may elabortion at explaination pa, eklabbrrrt, pero obviously na nasaktan kase tumalon sa levels, charut

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    1. 12:30 Natural kelangan i-elaborate kasi ang daming maingay na nag complain at nagmagaling sa processo ng BPO. Unang una LIFE IS NOT FAIR. Get over it!
      Pangalawa, depende nga kung anong project ang pinahandle sa kanya. O ayan, sinagot niya na external events for the company.

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  4. Bat big deal yung pagpost nya sa pagtrabaho sa BPO?

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    1. Kasi project manager agad, walang previous experience sa BPO or any corporate job. Which is normally not the case.

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  5. mas madami mas qualified kesa sayo,related sa profession mo pero wala kang experience nga,sa acting yan di ka rin marunong.showing company name.

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    1. Bitter. Some guys have all the luck. You don't. Life is unfair and that's a fact so deal with it.

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  6. Being an employee will not give you time freedom but it will teach you a lot of things. Tulad nya, he learned to compose corporate emails. You will also learn team work, handling a process, managing workload. Kaya ang anak ko after college, Id let her work for 2-3 years siguro before letting her handle our small enterprise. Maliit man sahod minsan sa employment, madami din matututunan.

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  7. OA ng mayabang na to.

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  8. Comment kasi reeks of privilege:
    - the need to mention na “manager” role despite the absence of experience. It will definitely earn the ire of those who are toiling to achieve the status
    - in relation to the above, best to have called it like it is. Sige, baka naman sinabi talaga sa kanya na “manager” siya so I am inclined to take the high road and not blame him for the usage. Pero for those who are reading this, a manager is a title reserved for a high position. Giving the benefit of the doubt lang.
    - 3 months? Seriously? Worth that post as if it was an ultimate sacrifice for someone in showbiz to go down to the level of *shudder* getting—nay settling—for a BPO job?
    4. Would have been more post-worthy (and yes I know it’s his page pero he made SUCH a big fuss out of it) if he indeed underwent the challenges of being employed in a BPO environment which is what he led people to believe in his original post

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    1. 1:07 dami mong sinabi. Saan ka ba nagtatrabaho? Samin napakaraming may manager sa title kahit hindi uber top ang roles — account manager, project manager, kahit one-man team lol. Di ata kayo updated sa practice ngayon.

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    2. 1:07 You’re one of those who say half empty instead of half full no? So negative.
      In what way does it reek of privilege? He WAS given a managerial role. (Doesn’t matter if it’s a real managerial role or in name lang) He is happy and proud to have been given that position. So when a person is grateful and happy, and he tells other people about it, it means it reeks of privilege na pala?? The problem really lies with you 1:07, not with him.
      Also, wake up! The word ‘manager’ is not as high as it used to be. Siguro sa panahon niyo po noon, yes. But nowadays it’s different. Like 6:49 said, they stick the word ‘manager’ to various roles.

      You’re mocking his 3 month tenure? Now who’s the one reeking of kayabangan?? It was the job given to him. He was grateful, he learned a lot in that short period. Just because it was short, doesn’t mean it wasn’t an important event in his life. How dare you mock someone else’s journey. EXCUSE ME minsan wala yan sa haba ng tenure. Tignan mo nga sarili mo. Obviously, isa ka sa mga matagal nang empleyado pero halos walang inangat ang buhay (malamang dahil sa sub par performance mo) kaya bitter ka at minamaliit mo ang experiences ng ibang tao. Obvious eh, cause YOU’RE the one making a big fuss about his post. He posted it because he was happy it happened. He’s proud of what he did, and what he has learned from the experience. But YOU , you’re the one who has so many issues. You’re the one reeking of privilege. You think you’re the only worthy enough to post of work experience and hardship, cause other people’s hardships are useless compared to yours. TSK iba ka, sobrang toxic. It’s not too late to change you know.

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    3. 6:49 haha true! yung dati kong company na merge sa isa pang company nagulat kami daming manager haha kahit ano ano na lang accunt manager area manager business development manager service manager haha parang nawalan na ng saysay ung salitang manager. uso ba yan ngayon sa mga newer companies ? 😂

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  9. Correct me if I'm wrong... I think na bash siya kasi sabi niya sa original post, he got a managerial work sa BPO. E that's kinda unfair kasi nasabi niya ring wala siyang experience, tapos managerial post kagad? Tapos di pa pala sya marunong magformal email, manager kagad? Imagine nasa rank and file ka lang tapos boss mo, panget kausap sa email haha. Again, di ako masyado sure, sorry kung may maling info.

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    1. cyst 1:20 AM, di por que sinabing project manager, maghahandle agad ng staff. Usually ang mga project manager na kagaya ng kay juancho na for a short term lang, hanggang matapos lang yung project na kailangan gawin then tapos na rin yung contract. Ganun lang yun. Masyadong ginawang big deal ng iba yung title.

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  10. 2 months employment lang pala ginawa nang big deal. may mai-post lang.

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  11. Guilty pa din sa pag brag. Nakaka proud na sana yung naghanap sya ng ibang work eh.

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  12. Parang medyo feel ko ang baba ng tingin niya sa bpo kaya may pa disclaimer sya

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  13. Hayaan nyo sya. E ano ngayon kung PM job title na binigay ng HR? Huwag ng masyadong maiinggit sa hindi ka inggit inggit

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  14. Bka noted din mga replies nya sa email. Haha

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  15. 3 months? E parang training palang namin yun dte nung nag bpo ako ah. Haha! Feeling relevant naman to sino ba yan? Lol

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    1. exactly,orientation and probationary period pa lng yan.

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    2. 8:01 Project basis lang kasi. Eh bakit kelangan i-compare dyan sa inyo. Ikaw, sino ka ba?? Lol lol lol pwe

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  16. Huh, extra lang naman pala e. Ang dami mo pa kasing sinabi e. Nabuking tuloy.

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    1. 10:52 Anong nabuking? Eh wala naman siyang tinatago. Hirap kasi sa karamihan, masyadooooong mababa ang EQ and IQ. Nag post lang ang tao sa sarili niyang IG nang throwback. Kung anu ano nang pambabash ang ginawa ng said low-eq-iq people. Tsk tsk.

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  17. Daming inggitero. Business owner yan si juancho, so CEO siya on his own. Marunong pa kayo sa HR, di naman yan tatanggapin kung hindi qualified

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    1. Mas nakakhiya kaya, hindi marunong mag formal/business email tapos project manager agad? Tinuturo sa HS ang formal writing and sa college ang business writing/correspendence.

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  18. dito nga sa company namin daig pa ng high school graduate mga college grad dito. naging manager agad kasi sipsip sa may-ari. ang nangyari magulo ang pamamalakd nya. madaming pasaway. ang ending nagresign. nakarma kasi maraming naapakan na katrabaho sa kakareport nya

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  19. Nagyabang pa kasi na naging managerial kahit walang exp. Hahaha.... Previledge people, akala achievement ung ganun.

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    1. 12:03 Pag happy and grateful ang isang tao, whatever they say will be deemed as ‘nagyayabang’ ng mga taong insecure at nega. That’s a fact. Ganyan ang mga insecure kasi, laging nagyayabang kaya kala nila ang ibang tao ganun din.

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  20. Pinagmalaki pang 3 months exp hahaha... Thats not even resume worthy.

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    1. 12:05 It’s indeed not resume worthy, pero hindi niya kinakalimutan yon dahil part sya ng buhay niya at may natutunan sya sa 3 months na yun. Mukhang hindi rin naman siya nag AWOL kaya hindi niya kinakahiya. So, ANONG PROBLEMA DUN? Pakisagot.

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  21. Pinagyabang pa kasi 3 buwan ka lang pala. Sana sinarili niyo mo na lang. Lahat kasi pinopost kahit ultimo maliit na bagay.

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  22. ang dating kasi na due to pandemic no work kaya pati call center pinasok na nya,parang degrading pa ang dating at sinabibg 3 mos lng nman,parang maski papa o nakatulong na rin & don ka lng natuto mag formal e-mail,di ba yan tinuro sa school mo,bragging ka pa san kangraduate ha

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    1. La salle canlubang sya afaik lol

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    2. 3:53 akala ko taft

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  23. Masama lang loob namin mga taga-BPO industry kasi it's like he only deigned to work in the BPO industry kasi wala na syang options. Para bang dapat eh grateful pa kami na pinili nia ung industry na yun. We're just mad na para bang latak na lang palagi sa listahan ng options yung industriya na malaki din naman ang ambag sa ekonomiya. Isa pa yung pagyayabang nia na manager sya sa OP. He could have said it was a project manager role so BPO workers had a clear idea. Akala namin eh sa operations sya kaya gigil kami kasi pinaghihirapan ang position na yun... Actually nakakagigil din naman ung mga naakyat sa mga management roles na wala naman qualifications, experience or training. My two cents lang.

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  24. I’ve been in the corporate world for more than a decade and I’ve experienced working in BPOs as well.

    It took hard work, dedication, exemplary work ethics, focus and EXPERIENCE for me to get where I am right now, so yung mga ganyang post from someone bragging about getting a job with a non-entry level title, eh nakakairita talaga.

    Also, I studied in a prestigious school, pero based on experience, hiring managers don’t care kaya wag niyo masabi sabi na it’s because he’s from a “good school”.

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