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Jul
30
2014

POEA Won’t Stop: Another Recruitment Agency Closed Down

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Despite the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration’s (POEA) warnings to recruiters and recruitment agencies operating illegally, some are still hard-headed and continues to ignore the call.

Bright 3 Manpower Agency, located in Makati City, is the latest addition to POEA’s list of agencies foreclosed. Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac said that a woman named Rosita Natama confirmed that she was the manager of Bright 3 and the one responsible for recruiting Filipinos to work abroad. They are processing applicants documents for overseas jobs in Dubai and Malaysia to work as service crew, salesman, saleslady, laundry personnel, house workers,construction workers, janitors, and waiters/waitress.

The agency was closed down for it has no proper license from POEA and Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) because it is recruiting workers both for local and overseas employment.

Government agencies and departments like POEA, DFA and DOLE are doing their best to constrain these people and agencies recruiting all and aspiring OFWs to work abroad without legal authorization. They are also reminding every OFWs and local Filipino workers to deal only with licensed agencies to avoid problems because they’re the ones to suffer in the end. OFWs and every Filipino dreaming of working abroad for higher compensation must learn how to know if an agency is legal or not. Also, you must avoid job offers in internet because most of them are scams. It is our aspiration and desire to work abroad that these people are taking advantage of, so it is a must that you should be very keen and careful.

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Illegal recruitment agency office shut down by POEA.

Illegal recruitment agency office shut down by POEA.

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May
29
2014

Skilled Jobs in NZ & UK, Be Interviewed This June

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greenfields

Greenfields International Manpower Services , Inc. is looking for skilled Filipinos and licensed Filipino nurses who are interested to work in New Zealand or United Kingdom as one of the following:

NEW ZEALAND
Rough Carpenters
Drain Layers / Plumbers
Wood Working Machinists
Concrete Placer
Petrol/Diesel Automotive Mechanics
Plasterers (Exterior/Interior)
Building Painters
Drainage Technicians
Aluminum Fabricators / Glaziers
Brick / Block Layer Workers

UNITED KINGDOM
Medical / Surgical Nurses
NICU Nurses
Oncology Nurses

Click the name of the job you prefer to send your resume. These jobs are available for an employer’s interview on June 9 and 10, 2014.

About the Greenfields International Manpower Services , Inc.
POEA-065-LB-0405811-R
Main Branch ARC Bldg. 1916 Leon Guinto St., Malate, Manila
Tel No.: (632) 393-9343 / 393-9608
Email: greenfieldsuk@gmail.com

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May
5
2014

Beware of bogus job offers in Portugal

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The Philippine embassy in Lisbon, has encouraged Filipinos who desire to work in Portugal to express great caution in grabbing and accepting jobs in Portugal offered through emails and other dubious/unaccredited recruitment portals.

The embassy has pointed out a huge number of Filipinos who have received e-mails for employment in companies and law firms in Portugal, but the thing is, in order for the job offer to pursue and to process the visa or work permit for the job offer, the applicant must pay a huge sum of money through money transfers.

The embassy has advised the public to be cautious in dealing with unknown people offering employment abroad. The embassy has reminded that corporate businesses always require job interviews apart from the curriculum vitae to assess the qualification of a potential employee. The public is also warned that any job offer that ask for money for whatsoever purpose before being employed is a sign of illegal recruitment and scam.

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Published in: OFW Warnings
Apr
10
2014

Jobs in Maldives? We Got Something in Store for you!

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We rarely here about this one little island, Maldives. But surely it is a tourist destination as it boasts that Carribean feel in it.

Because it attracts tourists, opportunities for Filipinos to find jobs there are abundant.

POEA-licensed recruitment agencies are looking for qualified applicants for the following positions, set for eployment in Maldives:

3D Cake Decorator (no placement fee) 
Bakers
Pastry Cooks
Waitress/Hostess
Sales and Marketing Manager
Accounting Clerk
Travel Agent/Receptionist
Food & Beverage Staff
Female Bartender
 

Click each position to see job details and to send an application. Jobs mentioned are from WorkAbroad.ph. Contact the recruitment agencies for further inquiries.

Jobs are from the following recruitment agencies:
Trans Overseas Manpower Services
Global Skilled Workforce, Inc.
Principalia Management and Personnel Consultants, Inc.

Find more jobs in Maldives
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Published in: Hot Destinations, OFW News
Apr
3
2014

POEA suspends two recruitment agencies

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POEA has been vigilant in prosecuting recruitment agencies who prey upon Filipinos who wish to work overseas. This time, two recruitment agencies, namely Dalandan International Manpower, Inc. and Apex Grande International Labor Agency were found committing violations prior to deployment of Filipino applicants.

Dalandan International Manpower, Inc. was found misrepresenting two household service workers bound to Dubai, UAE. The applicants sign their contracts stating their salary as $US400 but was informed that they will just be receiving lower than what was stated.

Meanwhile, Apex Grande International Labor Agency was reported to have collected placement fee from a nurse-applicant, despite that his deployment is in British Columbia, Canada where placement fee is not required to be paid by a foreign worker. The agency reportedly asked US$6,500 from the applicant-nurse.

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Published in: OFW Warnings


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