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Sunday, December 28, 2014

POEA Licensed Recruitment Agencies That Has Valid New Zealand Job Orders

Administrator Hans Leo J. Cacdac yesterday clarified that the POEA, in the absence of a government to government hiring agreement, is not directly recruiting workers for New Zealand.

Cacdac said interested workers may apply with the following licensed recruitment agencies which have existing jobs orders from employers in the said country:

  • 21st Century Manpower Resources Inc.
  • Adana Manpower Services Corporation
  • Bison Management Corporation
  • EDI Staffbuilders International Inc.
  • Eligardi Enterprises
  • FAASI International Corporation
  • Filhigh-GNS Inc.
  • Global Resource for Outsourced Workers, Inc.
  • Greenfields International Manpower Services Inc.
  • IEmploy Manpower Services Inc.
  • JPS International Recruitment Agency
  • JS Contractor Inc.
  • Lau’ Mel International Entertainment Promotion Inc.
  • Long Term Recruiting and Development Corporation
  • Manumoti Manpower International Inc.
  • Mission Way Manpower Services Inc.
  • Mitac Overseas Manpower Corporation
  • Omanfil International Manpower Development Corporation
  • Orion Site Medlink (OSM) International Resourcing Inc.
  • PARMAN Inc.
  • PNI International Corporation
  • Rise Manpower Services
  • Staffhouse International Resources Corporation
  • Sunergeos Manpower Services Corporation
  • Uniplan Overseas Employment Inc.
  • YWA Human Resource Corporation

Cacdac urged licensed recruitment agencies and registered principals or employers to abide by Philippine and New
Zealand laws and regulations on recruitment and employment.

Here iterated that the POEA Rules and Regulations prohibits Philippine recruiters from collecting placement fee from workers bound for “no placement fee countries” including New Zealand.

Cacdac said most openings are for carpenters,painters,plasterers,bricklayers,blocklayers,masons,electricians,welders, fabricators,plasterers and other construction workers.

Recruitment agencies and their respective job orders from New Zealand and other countries can be accessed at http://www.poea.gov.ph/cgi-bin/JobVacancies/jobsByCty.asp

source:  POEA






Jobs in Qatar: Group Supervisor

Job Position: Group Supervisor 
Location: Qatar 
Principal: Mannai 

Qualifications: 
  • College Graduate (preferably Engineering course). 
  • Experienced in various aspects of maintenance and spare parts management, especially CNC machine operation and maintenance. 
  • Computer literate and proficient in Windows-based software applications. 
 
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Call or Text us at 0917-649-4876, 0921-664-5661, 0922-405-6812 (sun)
Call us at (02) 524-4448 / 524-4416 / 524-8219
E-mail your resume or Apply in person.

Bring 2 copies of Resume/Bio-data, Employment Certificates, Training Certificates (if any), Diploma, Passport, NBI copy to:

AUGUSTIN INTERNATIONAL CENTER, INC.,
Suites 202; 200, Gochangco Bldg., 610 TM Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila
(Landmark: Beside Mang Inasal Kalaw Branch – corner Kalaw Avenue and Maria Orosa Street)
POEA License: 037-LB-060110-R


Apply thru mail. Send application requirements stated above to our address thru LBC / Air21 / JRS Express / 2Go, or any other express courier.

job source:  JOBSDB

Thursday, December 18, 2014

POEA Cancels Recruiter’s License Over Excessive Placement Fee

POEA Administrator Hans Leo J. Cacdac has ordered the cancellation of license of Goodman International Manpower which was found to have collected exorbitant placement fee from an OFW who worked as a manicurist in Singapore.

The complainant against Goodman International alleged that an employee of the recruitment agency required her to pay Php40,000 as partial placement fee. She paid the amount from the proceeds of a Php147,000.00 loan she obtained from a lending company. The rest of the money went to Goodman’s counterpart agency in Singapore.

The worker further testified that Goodman did not issue her a receipt corresponding her payment and she was deployed to Singapore using a tourist visa. She resigned from her work after only three weeks.

Aside from cancellation of license for violation of the POEA rule on placement fee, Cacdac meted Goodman International the penalty of nine months suspension of license or a fine of Php450,000.00 each for collecting placement fee without issuing a receipt, misrepresentation, and deploying workers whose employment and travel documents were not processed by the POEA.

Cacdac also ordered the disqualification of the officers and directors of the agency from participating in the business of recruitment and placement of overseas Filipino workers.

For a list of licensed agency visit POEA website or 632 722 1144 - 632 722 1155

Thursday, November 6, 2014

3 POEA Recruitment Agencies Suspended For Human Trafficking

POEA Administrator Hans Leo J. Cacdac ordered the preventive suspension of Empleos Incorporated, Nahed International Manpower Services, and Ridzkey Human Resources International Services , which were found to have illegally deployed Filipino workers to Jordan using Dubai, United Arab Emirates as transit point. 

Cacdac said the three agencies used the same scheme of having the documents of the OFWs processed at the POEA for work in the UAE , but upon arrival in Dubai, the workers are transferred to planes bound for Jordan. 

Cacdac said the POEA motu propio filed administrative complaints against the three agencies after receiving memo s from the Philippine Overseas Labor Office in Jordan re quest ing assistance for immediate repatriation of OFWs deployed by the agencies. The workers ran away from their respective employers and are currently staying at the Filipino Workers Resource Center in Amman.

"The scheme employed by the respondents is a prima facie case of trafficking - in - persons considering the fact that the workers were officially processed for UAE but the y were deployed instead to employers in Jordan that are not accredited or registered with the POEA,"

Cacdac said in his order. The recruitment agencies also failed to immediately repatriate the affected workers even with persistent requests for repatriation from the POEA and the workers themselves. Cacdac said he issued the order of preventive suspension against the three agencies because there are reasonable grounds to believe that the ir continued operation will lead to further violation of POEA rules and regulations , and exploitation of applicants for overseas jobs . Cacdac also ordered the inclusion of the names of the respondents in the POEA list of agencies temporarily disqualified to recruit and deploy Filipino overseas workers pending investigation of the cases filed against them.

source:   POEA