June 26, 2013Safety has been a key concern for female employees in the BPO sector. Enforcement authorities and BPO companies continue to work hand-in-hand to ensure safe transport to and from the workplace for female staff.
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Road safety has become a major concern for residents of Chandigarh who work late at night in BPOs, especially near Mohali and Panchkula, reports The Times of India.
The thriving BPO industry in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) virtually admitted to logistical problems.
Over the past several years, security agencies have been shouting themselves hoarse over criminals gaining entry into this lucrative business of offering cabs to BPOs.
Almost nine-in-ten Indian employees are willing to move for the right job, with many even prepared to relocate to another country or continent in order to secure a preferred position.