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Here is a job opportunity for Filipinos who are hoping to work abroad through a legal, licensed and charge-free recruitment agency.
STAFFHOUSE INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES is hiring for The Adecco Group, the top HR solutions provider in the world.
The following positions are wanted:
Drain Layers (Industrial Plumbers)
Applicants for the said vacancies must possess the following qualifications:
With a minimum work experience of 5 years relevant to the position being applied for
Must be fluent in English
Applicants for the carpenters position must be knowledgeable both in rough and finishing carpentry
Interested applicants are advised to bring 2 copies of the documents stated below:
resume with detailed job description
employment and trainings certificate
Indicating the position being applied for in the subject field, interested parties may send their applications via email@example.com. STAFFHOUSE INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES is a POEA-licensed recruitment office that offers jobs without placement and processing fees.
Informations like job position, contract duration, salary rates, benefits, overtime pay, just causes for termination and other important matters should be included in an OFWs employment contract.
Most OFWs in Saudi Arabia and other Middle East countries encounter this replacement of employment contract. Upon arrival in the kingdom, OFWs are once again asked to sign a new contract which has a big difference from what they’ve signed before.
Contract substitution is one of the most common problems of OFWs and it usually leaves them underpaid and with extended contract duration. This will also be a mean for foreign employers to abuse and violate OFWs abroad.
OFWs should seek first the assistance of the Philippine Embassy in such cases of employment contract substitution.