Alumni Connect
At HGS, our employees are an integral part of the One HGS family. Everyone, without exception, has abundant opportunities to learn and grow in their career. This aspect of the One HGS culture has encouraged many of our exited employees to come back to work with HGS. For the employees who have just left HGS, we are sorry to see you go. If you have any clarifications with the exit process, we have key information and corresponding contact details in the FAQ section.
Yes! If you are an exited employee and it has been 90 days since your exit, you can reapply to available jobs with us. However, your application will be subject to a recommendation from your former superior.
The Full and Final Settlement will be credited to your HGS salary account between 8-10 weeks after your exit.
You will receive your clearance form as part of your exit process with HGS. The certificate of employment is typically provided along with your Full and Final Settlement. It can also be requested on a per need basis.
You can send in your queries to Manila.HRCompandBen@teamhgs.com.
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If you have completed the 90-day cooling period after your exit and you want to re-join, drop us an email on Talk2us@teamhgs.com with your contact details and HGS employee ID, and we’ll redirect you to the concerned team.

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Karl

Karl

Shift Manager, HGS Philippines

In all the roles I have held, HGS has ensured I am ready for them through various training sessions and workshops relevant to my function. Everyone is supportive of your growth and it really helps your self-confidence at work. HGS takes that extra step to make sure everyone is treated fairly. That’s the biggest aspect about the company I have missed when I was away.

Rob

Rob

HR Officer, HGS Philippines

HGS is a family-like team, where there is great emphasis placed on career development opportunities and recognition. Every experience is seen as an opportunity to learn and credit is given where it’s due. It is seldom that you find this combination at the workplace.