Teleperformance, Trinity laud Bing’s vaccination effort vs COVID-19


Call center Teleperformance and Trinity Christian School extended their gratitude to Mayor Evelio “Bing” Leonardia following the conduct of vaccination drives for their workers and personnel.

In a letter to Leonardia, Teleperformance’s Vice President for Human Resources Rachel Cacabelos and Human Capital Resource Management Senior Vice President Jeffrey Johnson wrote: “Your generous support through the years has been greatly influential in our continued growth and stellar performance as we open doors to new opportunities in Bacolod City. It is your continued support that sustains our mission and makes all the difference.”

A total of 409 employees of Teleperformance received their initial dose of Sinovac vaccine last August 14 in an exclusive vaccination set-up by the city for the BPO employees. Teleperformance targets to inoculate over 1,000 employees who are residents of Bacolod.

Also on August 5, Teleperformance Bacolod was given a certificate of Safety Seal by the City Government.

The Safety Seal Certification Program is a certification scheme affirming that an establishment or public transportation unit has been inspected by the government and was found compliant with Minimum Public Health Standards (MPHS), is using or its contact tracing is integrated with, and the establishment or public transportation unit possesses the requisite business permits or franchise.

“The unwavering support extended to Teleperformance only reaffirms the commitment of the city government to uphold the health and safety of all Bacolodnons,” said Cacabelos.

Meanwhile, Trinity Christian School (TCS) recognized Leonardia’s “extraordinary effort” in trying to make Bacolod City free from COVID-19.

The school had their vaccination last August 25 through the collaborative efforts of the City Government and TCS.

TCS principal Esther Uy conferred to Leonardia a certificate of appreciation for the latter’s “invaluable support and partnership” extended to TCS in light of the school vaccination drive.

Leonardia in response said: “Our goal is to make the vaccination program more accessible to everyone so we can achieve herd immunity and eradicate Covid-19 as fast as possible.”