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RCCbpo and Ministry of Natural Resources collaborate to gift land to over 350 employees in historic corporate initiative

Posted: Friday, January 5, 2024. 1:49 pm CST.

By Horace Palacio: RCCbpo, Belize’s largest employer and a leader in the call center industry, announced this morning a groundbreaking initiative, having collaborated with the Land Department and the Minister of Natural Resources to gift parcels of land to over 350 of its employees. This initiative marks a significant departure from conventional corporate rewards and underscores RCCbpo’s deep commitment to its workforce.

The event, held at RCCbpo’s headquarters in Belize City, was a result of a coordinated effort with the Land Department and the Minister of Lands. Officials from these departments were present to facilitate the official transfer of land ownership documents to the employees. This grand gesture is not only a reward for their dedication and hard work but also an investment in their future, empowering them to become landowners.

Founded in 2005 with just 60 employees, RCCbpo has since grown into a powerhouse with over 2,000 employees, making it the largest employer in Belize. The company, known for pioneering the call center industry in the country, chose Belize for its headquarters due to its strategic location, English-speaking population, and minimal time difference from North America.

RCCbpo specializes in providing Customer Relationship Management (CRM) services primarily to U.S. companies. Their commitment to employing a 100% local workforce has significantly contributed to the Belizean economy and community.

This land gifting initiative, facilitated in partnership with government agencies, is seen as a trailblazing move in corporate social responsibility. “It’s more than just a gift; it’s an investment in our people and their futures,” said David Long of RCCbpo. “We believe in building dreams and providing tangible rewards for the hard work and loyalty of our employees.”

Adding to these sentiments, Nubia Ramirez, also of RCCbpo, expressed gratitude towards the government, specifically thanking Minister Cordel Hyde. “We are deeply thankful to Minister Cordel Hyde for working closely with us at RCCbpo to make this initiative a reality. This collaboration reflects our shared vision for empowering our employees and contributing to the community,” Ramirez stated.

With over 100 additional employees expected to receive land next week, this initiative, a collaborative effort between RCCbpo and the Belize government, is set to create a ripple effect, inspiring other companies to rethink how they reward and motivate their workforce.

For more information, RCCbpo can be contacted at +501 223-5555 or via their website at https://rccbpo.com.

 

 

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