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Jul
14
2014

Jobs Without Placement Fee for Service/Domestic

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Various recruitment agencies duly licensed and accredited by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) are offering jobs abroad without placement fee.

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To see the job and recruitment agency’s details, click the job title:

 

50 DOMESTIC HELPER

Destination: Manama, Bahrain

Agency: Star World International Manpower & Placement Agency

 

100 DOMESTIC HELPER

Destination: Hongkong, Hongkong

Agency: Primary Pacific Orient Manpower Services, Inc.

 

20 CARETAKER

Destination: Taipei; Taichung, Taiwan

Agency: Gold Icon Recruitment & Promotion Inc.

 

30 HOUSE COOK

Destination: Doha, Qatar

Agency: Hiro Global Manpower Inc.

 

20 HOUSEHOLD HELPER (FEMALE)

Destination: Hongkong, Hongkong

Agency: Dream Builders International Manpower Corp.

 

50 HOUSEMAID

Destination: Singapore, Singapore

Agency: Testman General Services, Inc.

 

8 AU PAIRS/NANNIES

Destination: Badhomburg, Germany

Agency: Visual Health Manpower Resources Corp.

 

30 HOUSE DRIVER (FEMALE)

Destination: Doha, Qatar

Agency: Hiro Global Manpower Inc.

 

The above positions are advertised for manpower pooling purposes only. No fees shall be paid by the applicants during the application process. The information may be changed/updated by the recruitment agencies. To assure accuracy, please check the sources by clicking the links and/or job titles provided in this article.

 

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Jul
2
2014

POEA REVOKED LICENSE OF RECRUITMENT AGENCIES

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The POEA office

The POEA office

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), true to its words, has nullified the permission it has given to 63 recruitment agencies. This is in relation to their mission of stopping illegal recruiters from operating and taking advantage of Filipinos aspiring to work abroad.

POEA ‘cleaned’ its list of agencies by cancelling the license of recruitment agencies that have been deemed to be conducting deceitful transactions in its operation. Now, Filipinos wanting to work abroad can be sure that agencies listed in POEA are legally safe and accredited.

Here are the list of agencies whose license where cancelled. See if one of them is your agency or the agency of someone you knew so you can take the necessary actions.

  1. ABC MANILA INTERNATIONAL INC.

  2. AISIS INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER INC.
  3. AL-ABEER MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  4. AL TAKA MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  5. ALL-PRO STAFFING & CONSULTING SERVICES
  6. ALLSKILLS MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  7. ALTIMA MANPOWER AGENCY INC.
  8. ASAHI INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER CORPORATION
  9. ASEAN MANAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL SERVICES INC.
  10. BIG DIPPER MARITIME SERVICES CORPORATION
  11. BOOM INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT AGENCY
  12. BRIGHT INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  13. C.A.A. MANPOWER AGENCY
  14. CROSSWIND INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  15. DIAMOND ROSE HUMAN RESOURCES AND SERVICES CORPORATION
  16. FMJ INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER AND ALLIED SERVICES INC.
  17. FUTURISTIC INTERNATIONAL ARTIST (FIA) PROMOTION CORPORATION
  18. GEMS 22 MANPOWER COMPANY
  19. GLOBAL JOBSEARCH SERVICES INC.
  20. GREENBACK INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER
  21. GOLDEN LIME INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  22. GOLDEN MILES PLACEMENT PROMOTION AND MANNING AGENCY COMPANY
  23. HANJAN INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INC.
  24. HELAL MANPOWER AGENCY
  25. HERBERT’S INTERNATIONAL INC.
  26. JARDY INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION AGENCY
  27. JMP POLARIS NAVIGATION INC. AND INVESTORS ASSURANCES CORPORATION
  28. KONNEXION INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER AGENCY
  29. LIFELINE INTERNATIONAL PHILIPPINES INC.
  30. MAJNAL RECRUITMENT AND PLACEMENT INC
  31. MARHABA INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES COMPANY
  32. MBC HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
  33. MCLAINE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY GROUP INC.
  34. MEDRP INTERNATIONAL PHILIPPINE INC.
  35. MHHR MANPOWER RECRUITMENT & PLACEMENT AGENCY CORPORATION
  36. MORLAND OVERSEAS MANPOWER
  37. MSS TALENT MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC.
  38. NANHAYA INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT INC.
  39. N.A.R. TRAINING CENTER & MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  40. NORTHWEST PLACEMENT INC.
  41. OFW RECRUITMENT AGENCY
  42. P & R MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  43. PHILEMPLOY SERVICES & RESOURCES INC.
  44. PHILTRADE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  45. REAJENT MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  46. SAVEWAY INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  47. SILVER HORIZON INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES
  48. SMART INTERNATIONAL MARINE SERVICES CORP.
  49. STAFFLINE INC.
  50. ST. BERNARD INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER AGENCY
  51. STOCKHAUS INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES CORPORATION
  52. THE JOB CONNECTION INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC.
  53. THE JOBHUNTER INC.
  54. WELLCOME EMPLOYMENT CENTRE INC.
  55. WHITE WING’S MANPOWER EXPONENT
  56. W.M.G. INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT AGENCY
  57. YES HUMAN RESOURCES INC.
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Oct
9
2013

Well-Respected Family in UAE Seeks Household Helpers

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Wilson International Manpower Services Inc. is urgently looking for Filipino household service workers for their clients, an American and a European that are residing in United Arab Emirates (UAE). No placement fee or salary deduction will be required.

Job Openings: Couple: Driver ( Male ), Cook/Maid (Female), Babysitter and Housemaid

The employer will interview applicants on October 11 and 12 (Friday and Saturday). Interested applicants may apply online at http://wilson.workabroad.ph/

Wilson International Manpower Services, Inc.
License  No. : POEA-121-LB-082310-R
Address: #56 Road 1, Project 6, Quezon City

Note: The job opening may be for manpower pooling only.

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Published in: In Demand OFW Jobs
Aug
30
2013

Domestic Abuse is Now a Crime in Saudi

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Filipinos who are employed as household service workers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) have a lesser chance to experience maltreatment from their employers as domestic abuse in Saudi is now considered a crime. In what is referred to as a landmark decision, government officials in Saudi recently approved the implementation of the domestic abuse law.

Prior to the passing of the law, victims of domestic violence in Saudi is considered a private matter and the offender would face minimal legal consequences. The new policy obligates the police authorities in Saudi to conduct investigation and resolve domestic cases.

The new law would encourage victims of violence to report cases to the Ministry of Social Affairs of KSA. It also grants the victims of violence access to psychological treatment, shelter and healthcare. The Cabinet of Saudi said in a statement, “All civilian or military employees and all workers in the private sector who learn of a case of abuse — by virtue of their work — shall report the case to their employers when they know it. The employers shall report the case to the Ministry of Social Affairs or police when they know it.”

However, the statement from the Cabinet of Saudi did not clearly specify the punishments for those who will be convicted with domestic abuse.

The idea of coming out to report cases of domestic violence is actually a new concept in Saudi Arabia. According to an article in Arab News site, a survey conducted in 2009 revealed that 25.7% of 687 women seeking services in health centers in Madinah, Saudi said that they experienced physical violence. However only 36.7% of these women report the abuse to their doctors.

Taken from: http://www.ofwguide.com/article_item-2051/New-Law-in-Saudi-Protects-Domestic-Workers-from-Abuse.html

 

 

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Published in: OFW News
Dec
21
2012

Wage Increase for Household Workers in Singapore

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More countries deploying Filipinos household service workers (HSWs) are complying with the minimum wage set by the Philippine Overseas employment Administration (POEA) in its reform package for HSWs.

Apart from Saudi and Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the Singapore government also increases the monthly minimum salary of foreign domestic helpers to SGD500 or USD400.

The Secretary of the Labor Department, Rosalinda Baldoz, lauds the move of Singapore and cited a report from the Association of Licensed Recruitment Agencies for Singapore, Inc., which states that this new development complies with the HSW reform package which sets USD400 as the monthly minimum salary for Filipino HSWs.


 

 

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Published in: Hot Destinations, OFW News


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