Here are the latest job openings in Singapore, Malaysia and Kuwait for Filipinos.
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The Philippine Embassy office in Riyadh advises overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) not to hesitate approaching them or any officials if time comes that they need any assistance. The Philippine Embassy is stationed in many Riyad to facilitate OFWs with documentation services, to protect them with their rights and to continue relationship with the UAE government.
OFWs living and working in any of these six regions – Riyadh, Eastern, Qassim, Hail, Northern border and Al-Jouf – can contact the Philippine Embassy in Riyadh with the following contact information.
Philippine Embassy in Riyadh
Address: Diplomatic Quarter, Ummayah Abu As-Salat Street, Safarat, Riyadh
Postal Address: P.O. Box 94366 Riyadh 11693
Telephone Nos: 482 3559 / 482 0507 / 482 1577
Fax No: (96611) 488 3945
Telephone Nos: 482 3816
Fax No: 488 3945
Labor Attache- Riyadh
Telephone Nos: 483 2201 to 3
Fax No: (+96611) 483 2204
Mobile No: 053 602 7590
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Labor Attache – Eastern
Telephone Nos: (013) 894 1846 / 894 2890
Mobile No: 050 126 9742
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Philippine Overseas Labor Office
Telephone Nos: (01) 483 2201 to 03
Fax No: (01) 483 2204
Hotline: 00966 545917834
Filipino Workers’ Rescue Center – Bahay Kalinga: (01) 481 6448
We suggest that OFWs assign these important contact numbers on speed dial of their mobile phone so they can contact the embassy and concerned government office quickly whenever they need to.
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Malaysia is a country in the Southeast Asia home to many Filipino migrants because of its short distance to the Philippines. Filipinos have found work and settled down in Malaysia with their families.
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** For manpower pooling only. No fees to be collected during the application process.
Mag-ingat sa illegal recruiter. **
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) had always been keen in advising Filipinos who wants to work abroad about the different schemes used by recruiters. This includes recruiting Filipino applicants under a different job title than the intended overseas jobs they would have.
This is the reason why POEA suspended 4 recruitment agencies and its foreign employers who had been found guilty of bypassing government rules and regulations on recruiting Filipino household workers (HSWs).
POEA administrator Hans Leo Cacdac immediately ordered the preventive suspension of four recruitment agencies namely Easyway International Recruitment Agency, Marie Gold International Manpower Services, LBH International Placement Agency, and Chosen Divine Mercy Manpower Services. These recruitment agencies have ‘committed misrepresentation upon submission for processing the POEA documents of their HSW applicants under different job titles’.
Aside from the recruitment agencies, Cacdac also ordered suspension of foreign agencies and employers to stop them from recruiting more OFWs as the investigation for the filed case of misrepresentation continues.
OFWs may see the list of those foreign recruitment agencies and employers below to verify if they’ve been also a victim of them so they can file a case at the POEA.
- Al Hamidieh Restaurant
- Al Mansoor Labour Supply
- Perfect Hairdressing Salon
- Mohammad Saifa
- Legrab Almheire
- Smart Filtration Solutions LLC and Saeed Hussan Abdalla Abnar
- Dessert Star Fashion Sarjah
- Al AMathar Al Jaya Beauty Salon
- Universal Services Center
- Al Massam Trading LLC
- Al Najem Trading Services
- Hellery Fashion
- Aberda Fashion
- Abu Baker Al Tuob Trading LLC
- Julfar Services Office
- 360 Beauty Saloon
- Al Hamtoor Trading LLC
- Yousuf Mahmood Mohd Al Mulla
- Ahmed Muhammed Alteini
- Aisha Bin Hendi
- Mohi Din Abdulkadir Ibrahim Brhende Emitates
- Mohammed Abbas Ali Bisho Albooshi
- Mohammed Salman Al Mansooq
- Hmmad Sultan
- Ali Al Shehhi
To avoid abuse and exploitation, OFWs and HSWs should decline visas that indicate a different job title than what they really applied for, like that of a domestic helper. According to Cacdac, these HSWs e deployed using another visa are “not ready to work as a household help because they have not undergone the process of training and certification and language and culture orientation”.
Recruitment agencies using the modus operandi of acquiring visa for another job title is usually for deploying recruited HSWs bound to United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Again, a reminder for all Filipinos seeking overseas jobs, to be vigilant when dealing with recruitment agencies. Check with POEA if they are licensed and have valid job orders. Download POEA’s mobile app to have easy access wherever you are using your mobile phones. You can download the POEA mobile app on your Android and iOS phones.
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POEA Mobile App Laban sa Illegal Recruiters
POEA Suspends Two Recruitment Agencies
POEA Cancels Another Recruitment Agency’s License
POEA Closed Down Recruiter’s Office
POEA Revoked License of Recruitment Agencies
POEA Won’t Stop: Another Recruitment Agency Closed
Overseas Filipino Workers or OFWs who are facing problems may ask for help at the Philippine Embassy, Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO), and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) in Kuwait. See their contact details below so you can call them and they can assist you when you need help.
Address: Block 6, Nouman Bin Basher St., Villa 153, Faiha, State of Kuwait
Postal Address: P.O. Box 26288 Safat 13123, State of Kuwait
Telephone No.: (+965) 2252-8422, 2251-1806
ATN Hotline no. 6500-2612
Fax No.: (+965) 2251-1805
Office Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO)
Address: Block 6, Nouman Bin Basher St. Corner Damascus St. Villa 152 Faiha, Kuwait
Postal Address: P.O. Box 26288 Safat 13123 Kuwait
Telephone Nos.: (+965) 2252-8433 / 2252-5082
Fax no.: 22528433 extension 16, then wait after 4 rings.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Office Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 8 am to 2 pm,
Overseas Workers Welfare Administration
Telephone Nos.: (+965) 22528433 / 22525082 ext. 17
OFWs are advised to contact these Philippine government arm to aide them in difficult situations they may encounter while working in Kuwait.
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