Teleperformance in the Philippines continues to be a strong advocate for health and safety as the company began the implementation of its employee vaccination program, called TPVac, on July 10 in Paranaque.
The first team members to receive the vaccines were the most at risk population front line employees, its press release said.
The company procured vaccines for employees in its 22 business sites across the National Capital Region, Antipolo, Cavite, Baguio, Bacolod, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao, who opted to participate in TPVac.
The initiative affirms the commitment of Teleperformance not only to protect the health of its people, but also to help the government address the pandemic with agile, large-scope support of vaccination programs deployed at the corporate level, the press release said.
“Our Teleperformance family continues to work together to eradicate Covid-19. Launching this program and committing complementary vaccines for all our 47,000 team members in the Philippines is another testament to our 25-year history of ensuring that employee safety is our top priority,” Jeffrey Johnson, senior vice president of Human Capital, said.
Since the start of the Covid-19 crisis, the company paid careful attention to support communities and promote the safety and well-being of their employees during the pandemic.
It has strictly implemented sound health and safety measures in all its business locations, abiding by the guidelines set by the World Health Organization and the Department of Health in the Philippines.
These include the completion of health declaration forms before worksite entry, temperature checks twice a day for employees onsite, provision of transport assistance as necessary, and strict implementation of physical distancing in the workplace, among others, the press release added.*