Ayala Reviews

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    Good Internship Program

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    I worked at Ayala as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    HR organizes something new every Friday for the interns (seminars, activities, etc.) and you get to interact with people not only in the specific company you're interning in, but all interns of the Ayala Group of Companies. I really learned a lot during my stay there, and was even invited to numerous company events. The atmosphere was great and I liked the culture.

    Cons

    The quality of the work given greatly depends on what department you're in, since most of the time it's them who dictate what you do for the day. I enjoyed my work, but some of my co-interns had different views. Overall, they still liked it though.

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Website www.ayala.com.ph
Headquarters Makati, Philippines
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (AC)
Industry Consumer Services
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

When it comes to Ayala, age and size do matter. Founded in 1834, the company is one of the oldest and largest diversified conglomerates in the Philippines. Its flagship holding is Bank of the Philippine Islands, one of the country's largest banks. In addition, Ayala owns interests in insurance, real estate, telecommunications, infrastructure, electronics, and automotive dealerships. Subsidiary Ayala Land invests in and develops commercial real estate; Manila Water distributes water and operates sewer systems in Manila. Its minority-owned Globe Telecom offers international... More

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