Growing your Organization through Inclusive Employment

Virtualahan shares your mission of doing good to the community and advancing the work in Diversity and Inclusion with the use of technology. One way of doing it is by equipping disadvantaged people with skills and mindset to become competitive employees. In the process, we help in building confidence in companies that will open doors to long-term and meaningful employment. We believe that we can be a force for positive change, capable of moving both our clients’ business and our social mission to create sustainable impact.

Who is in our talent pool?

Gain access to our talent pool through our Talent Portal

Meet Billious

A junior software developer and trained virtual assistant. Wide range of skill set with 2 and a half years of working experience in software development, software integration, and database management. Knowledgeable with lead generation, online productivity tools, and have cross culture competency.
 

Carlota Atienza

In the digital world of communication, good command for spoken and written English is an advantage. My work experiences with the country’s top customer-oriented industry enhanced my skills on customer relation and service. It developed my abilities on consumer awareness and marketing. I have undergone online sessions and trainings to further improve my knowledge on computer related works. My top three skills are customer service, content writing and email marketing.
 
 

Lance Balleza

I am an accountant with Accounting Management work experiences. I had been employed by local and international companies in my field of expertise. I have received several awards and acknowledgments in my work. I have excellent English communication skills in both written and oral. I am also fluent in Portuguese. I am a father to a beautiful daughter and a husband to my amazing wife. I am looking forward to be of service to you and your company.
 

Success stories from our Employment Partners

Value Proposition

The talents that we produce using our Impact Formula are:

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Loyal team members to grow with your company. People with Disabilities (PWDs) and other disadvantaged groups don’t have many options, so when they are hired, they just don’t do our best to keep their jobs, they actually excel in it. They are for a long-term and meaningful relationship with you.
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They bring sunshine to your workplace. They’ve been through a lot in their lives, which enabled them to provide the best customer service because of their high empathy and emotional intelligence. They are mindful and minimize toxic culture.
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They are resilient and optimistic who are ready to take on challenges with a go-getter attitude and always see the positive side of things. They know how to own their mistakes and be honest and transparent about it. They also know when they need help and will never hesitate to ask.
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They use their income to pay for their therapies, medications, hospitalizations, and basic needs. Many of them, it’s their first to have their income and they invest it in their dreams
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They share the mission of improving the state of people who are socially excluded because of their conditions. They strive every day to give back and pay it forward to empower their friends and also achieve success.
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Our Outsourcing Services Includes

We help businesses and institutions maximize their time and save on the cost by providing high-quality outsourcing services while providing meaningful employment to people who experience social exclusion in The Philippines.

Data Services

Customer Service

Admin Support

Design Services

Professional Services

The latest Disability Inclusion Advantage Report reveals that companies that embrace best practices for employing and supporting more persons with disabilities in their workforce have outperformed their peers.

Inclusive Innovation

Persons with disabilities developed strengths in problem-solving skills, agility, persistence, forethought and a willingness to experiment as they have to be creative to adapt to the world around them. Having employees with disabilities across departments helps ensure that the products and services that go to market are truly inclusive. And making things more accessible for persons with disabilities can translate into products and services from which everyone benefits.

Improved Productivity

All workers benefit from a more diverse workplace. Studies show that working alongside employees with disabilities makes non-disabled individuals more aware of how to make the workplace more inclusive and better for everyone. Staff turnover is also lower—by up to 30 percent—when a well-run disability community outreach program is in place. Work environments that are more inclusive of persons with disabilities often see improved productivity levels.

Positive Brand Image

Companies that truly embrace and support Persons with Disabilities and other disadvantaged groups experience brand enhancement and recruitment/retention of employers who want meaningful work.

Other organizations you can connect with to source talents:

DLS-CSB School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies

Leonard Cheshire Disability Philippines Foundation Inc.

Project Inclusion Network

Humanity & Inclusion in the Philippines

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OUR IMPACT MODEL

DIGITAL SKILLS
UPGRADE

A six-week digital skills training using blended life-long learning approach. The curriculum is co-developed with Accenture and British Council and delivered 100% online.

EMPLOYMENT & ENTEPRENEURSHIP

Three months of employment support or one year of business mentorship depending on which track a graduate decides to take at the end of the six-weeks training.

LIFE-COACHING &
DIGITAL SUPPORT

Life-coaching through well-being sessions led by our resident psychologist with a strong focus on restoring human dignity, embracing disability, career guidance, patient education, and community-based therapy.

Community Building and System Change

Community projects led by Virtualahan alumni such as awareness campaigns, policy recommendations, public events, and activities focused on advancing SDG 1, 3, 8, 10 and 17.