Mitsubishi moves to BGC; Goodyear wins award; Ford warns on illegal recruitment;

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    Mitsubishi Motors Philippines moves to BGC

    Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) formally announces the assignment of some of its key departments to the country’s premiere business district. Personnel from Sales and Marketing, Government Affairs, Service, Parts and Accessories and Finance were transferred from the Santa Rosa plant in Laguna, to its new location in Bonifacio Global City (BGC).

    “MMPC’s decision to transfer some of its employees to BGC will make us more accessible to our dealer and business partners now that we are located in the central business district of the metro,” Alvin Dalida, Sales and Marketing First Vice President said.

    With its new office, MMPC also adopted similar policies from its mother company in Japan, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, (MMC) that will enhance and improve productivity and mobility of the company.

    MMPC BGC office is located at the 21st Floor, EcoTower Building, 32nd cor. 9th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.

    Goodyear wins top quality service awards

    FILIPINOS voted Goodyear Autocare chain of stores, the Silver winner in the Car Servicing category of Reader’s Digest first-ever Quality Service Awards 2020.

    The Reader’s Digest Quality Service Awards are determined by a public vote, aiming to recognize companies that deliver exceptional customer service in the Car Servicing category. This is the first year that awards recognizes companies based on their quality service.

    “Goodyear’s success at the Reader’s Digest 2020 Quality Service Awards is undoubtedly a result of our collective efforts in partnership with more than 100 Goodyear Autocare retail network,” Jong Sumpaico, Branded Retail Development Manager said.

    About 1,000 Filipino consumers, responded to a survey that was conducted regarding the services they had experienced in Goodyear Autocare. In this survey, the respondents rated the company highly and positioned it as one of the leaders in the Car Servicing category.

    “Congratulations to Goodyear! Winning this award really sets the Goodyear brand apart from its competitors. It reflects the opinions and feedbacks of Goodyear’s customers, and demonstrates that Goodyear understands their business success is not just about offering great products, but also having great staff who are focused on ensuring their customers are fully satisfied,” Louise Waterson, Editor-in-Chief, Reader’s Digest Asia-Pacific acclaimed.

    Ford PH warns public on illegal recruitment activities

    FORD Philippines last week sent an advisory to media outlets about unscrupulous individuals who have been engaging job applicants through text or e-mail purportedly on behalf of Ford Group Philippines.

    Ford PH warns that these individuals are not connected with Ford Group Philippines or Ford Motor Company, therefore, these transactions are fraudulent and illegal.

    “Ford Group Philippines will never require job applicants to pay any cash bond, application fees, staff housing fees, or uniform fees among others throughout the entire recruitment process. Ford does not require the payment of any form of fees whatsoever to apply for a job in the company. Our security team is currently investigating the matter, including the people who may be involved in these unlawful activities. We ask the public to remain vigilant and transact only with authorized representatives of Ford Group Philippines,” the company said in a statement.

    Job applicants can visit www.ford.com.ph/about-ford/careers/ or search Ford
    Group Philippines on Jobstreet.com.ph to see the latest career vacancies.