The one thing that our teachers fail to communicate clearly is that schooling never stops after graduation. Sure, you might be part of the workforce now and your sole focus is to get that moolah, but there’s still a lot of wiggle room for us to keep growing and developing our skill set. Rest assured, though: it won’t be as hard as college-level-calculus. (We all know we don’t want to experience that trauma again). Now that you’re older and wiser, you get to choose the classes you can spend your precious time on.
This is something that Telus International Philippines believes in. They actively champion learning within the company through their Telus International University program. Aside from language classes ranging from Japanese to French, they also offer short courses for their 14,000-plus team covering fashion design, information technology, culinary, and performing arts. Imagine having a side hustle of making cute bags or performing on the weekends.
“The caring culture that we foster and cultivate helps us become better in what we do and an important part of that is creating a work environment that is conducive to continuous learning,” said TIP manager for learning and development Frederick Estacio.