TV5 offers early retirement to all its employees to lessen losses ~ Pinoy Media

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

TV5 offers early retirement to all its employees to lessen losses

PEP via Inquirer reported that TV5 is offering voluntary early retirement program to its talents and employees.


Narito ang report mula sa PEP website:

Matatandaan na nito lamang Abril ay itinalaga si Noel Lorenzana bilang bagong CEO at President ng TV5, kapalit ni Atty. Ray Espinosa.

“All organizations go through a cycle of growth and adjustments and TV5 is similarly going through a transition phase,” sabi ng TV5 sa isang statement.

Ayon sa financial statement na inilabas ng TV5 noong nakaraang taon, dumoble ang losses nila noong 2011, kumpara noong 2010 kung kailan sila nagsimula sa pamumuno ni Manny V. Pangilinan.

Mula kasi sa 2.16 billion pesos noong 2010, umakyat sa 4.14 billion pesos ang net loss ng Kapatid network.

Kaya naman masusing pagpaplano ang kanilang ginawa noong nakaraang taon upang bawasan ang losses nila.

Isa ang voluntary early retirement offer sa mga nakita nilang paraan upang matugunan ang lumalaking losses ng kumpanya, na kanilang inanunsiyo sa kanilang 4,000 empleyado at talents noong Mayo 16.

Ang mga empleyadong kukuha ng early retirement ay makakatanggap ng “two-month salary per year of service, among other benefits, included in its special limited voluntary retirement package.”

Itinanggi naman ng TV5 ang report na isa diumano sa tinitingnang option ni MVP ay ang pagpa-file ng bankruptcy.

Ayon sa TV5, “MVP reiterated his commitment to TV5 and assured management and employees that he is in it for the long haul.

“Considering that TV5’s major competitors have been around for decades now, TV5’s growth in these past years has been remarkable and this is due to the work and dedication that management, talents, staff and personnel have invested in the network.

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