Philippine Long Distance

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Philippine Long Distance President and CEO Napoleon L. Nazareno
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    Great learning experience, great pay scheme and benefits but slow employee growth/promotion and heavy office politics

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    Former Employee - Marketing Specialist in Makati City (Philippines)
    Former Employee - Marketing Specialist in Makati City (Philippines)

    I worked at Philippine Long Distance full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    'Prestige' working for the biggest telco company in the Philippines
    Great benefits - full medical coverage, salary increases every year, gives a hefty amount of bonuses
    Provides extra-curricular activities like MVP Olympics for the employees, basketball tournaments and other special interests clubs
    Work is highly-challenging, varied (so you get to experience a lot)
    Working environment - you have all the tools to help you do your job well, includes travel (with allowances), co-employees in my department are within my age range (23-30) but mostly some divisions have older employees (45 and above)
    Some departments offer flexi time arrangements (for marketing divisions like in mine)

    Cons

    Heavy office politics may sometimes stunt the growth of employees
    Sometimes, you might need to work overtime (without pay) just to finish all tasks
    As most employees are nearing the senior age, some of them work slower and overly bureaucratic than their younger counterparts--slowing down the work process at times

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get more younger employees to replace the aging employee population and have more activities to keep the young ones interested in the company. Sometimes, bad management (in mid-level) causes them to quit early and move to the competition, when they could have stayed on and replace the bad mid-level managers.

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