Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Amidst Author’s Remarks, Bodog Nation Chooses “Super Nation” PH as Home

Calvin Ayre
Despite how The Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown described the Philippines in his latest novel Inferno, Bodog Nation is here to stay.

In fact, the recruitment arm of global empire Bodog is set to prove that the country is a “super nation” as it is set to conduct its Open House events on June 17 and June 20 at its Makati and Quezon City sites. Applicants are welcome to immerse the ''work hard, party hard" culture of Bodog. TV host Tim Yap will be the special guest in these events. As a bonus, a lucky applicant will win a VIP night out for 25 people at the Cabana Club in Republiq at the Resorts World Manila in Pasay.

Bodog Nation also launched Fire Yourself, a recruitment campaign designed to find more smart and talented people to join this multi-cultural, rapidly growing international company.

Jade Forlani, Bodog’s HR Director, explains, "Bodog Nation is not alone in recognizing the huge benefits of making Manila its home and the city has played a huge part in our success. As a result we are recruiting madly at the moment and have over 100 positions open. This is why we've taken the step of throwing our doors open to potential employees by having two 'Open House' events on June 17 and June 20 in our Makati and Quezon City offices to allow local people a chance to meet us and bring their resume's with them.”

Bodog Nation is an arm of Bodog, a company that has grown into an empire since it was founded in 1994 by Calvin Ayre. The Bodog Nation is currently just over 1,000 strong stretched across the globe but with its roots and headquarters firmly based in Manila.

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