Sun Life’s shared services provider rolls out online job fair on September 7

*File photo taken before the pandemic

Sun Life Asia Service Centre-Philippines (ASCP) is set to launch its first webinar and online job fair on September 7, 2021. The company that provides business processing, information technology, and investment research skilled talent to the No. 1 insurer in the country, Sun Life Philippines, will instantly accommodate applicants via Zoom for more than 200 job vacancies within the organization on the daylong job event, dubbed as ‘The Bright Outlook.’

Some of the in-demand job positions are in the areas of Technology, Management and Accounting (M&A), Knowledge Services, and Operations. The available positions range from Client Care Representatives to Tele-interviewers, Operations Managers, and Learning Consultants.

The job fair will also fill several other vacant positions that include Operations and Analyst Programmer, Process Manager, Frontend Developer, UI/UX Designer, Account Delivery Head, Project Manager, Systems Analyst, and many other posts involving Technology.

Before opening job applications online on that date, Sun Life ASCP will break the ice by holding a webinar, ‘Spotlight on HR: Discussion on New Ways of Working in the New Normal.’ The hour-long session is set from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and will be moderated by veteran broadcast anchor Tony Velasquez. Several women leaders from Sun Life will share the latest and most relevant insights to guide the workforce amid the journey towards economic recovery.

Sun Life Canada Vice President for Talent Acquisition and Development Helen Peng is also set to share valuable thoughts on how to manage a hybrid workforce, with emphasis on the need for businesses to keep up with the times. Sun Life Indonesia President Elin Waty, on the other hand, will present key insights on how a firm may succeed in the new environment through utilizing the right performance management measures.

The webinar will also have Sun Life ASCP Head for HR and Communications May Sunega, who will lead the discussions about HR’s changing position in the new-normal workplace and how technology could be used to reach greater heights without losing human touch.

“The pandemic has disrupted many aspects of businesses, including Human resources, in a way that we haven’t foreseen,” said Sunega. “While we have yet to achieve herd immunity, we have no other way but to adapt and embrace innovation in the workplace with proper continuity plan as we move forward towards a brighter outlook.”

Job candidates only need to send their application through the website and log in to Zoom using the Meeting ID: 993 6140 6988 on September 7. Applicants will be subject to a series on virtual interviews and will meet hiring managers throughout the process.

Sun Life ASCP is part of Sun Life Asia Service Centres, which has established a presence in India and the Philippines since its foundation in 2006. Its services include Operations via business processing and support solutions; Technology through digital, data analytics, and infrastructure services; as well as Business Excellence aimed at enhanced business value, client, and employee experience.

The robust employee programs also propelled Sun Life ASCP to attaining Great Place to Work certification from Great Place to Work Philippines. About 70% of its employees classify Sun Life ASCP as a great place to work in. In comparison, 53% of employees, on average, of typical global firms classify their employers as such. Additionally, Sun Life ASCP has an Employee Assistance Program that offers free counseling for employees and their family members and facilitates mental health awareness virtual sessions.