POEA warns licensed agencies on premature recruitment of caregivers under Japan’s training program
Administrator Bernard P. Olalia has issued an advisory directing licensed recruitment agencies to refrain from engaging in any acts of recruitment and placement of caregivers and care assistants for Japan under the Technical Intern Training Program.
POEA lists qualified sending organizations for Japan’s Technical Intern Training Program
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration warned applicants seeking overseas employment to be wary of unauthorized persons or groups who are promising various jobs in Japan.
The POEA said only licensed recruitment agencies on the list are qualified as Sending Organization for the Japan Technical Intern Training Program (TITP).
DOLE Secretary Silvestre H. Bello III has issued Administrative Order No. 254-18 and AO No. 254A-18 lifting the suspension of deployment of newly-hired professionals, skilled and semi-skilled workers, and household service workers to Kuwait.
Implementing Guidelines on the Registration of Direct Hire OFWs
The POEA has issued a memorandum circular on the registration of direct hire OFWs pursuant to DOLE Administrative Order No. 196, Series of 2018, in relation to Article 18 of the Labor Code of the Philippines (Ban on Direct Hiring), Republic Act No. 10022, and the Revised Rules and Regulations Governing the Recruitment and Employment of Landbased Overseas Filipino Workers of 2016.
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, through a labor advisory, has warned overseas employment applicants especially those bound for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on submitting, furnishing or using false information or documents or any form of misrepresentation for the purpose of job application or employment.
TO ALL PASSERS
Please be guided that effective Monday, 25 June 2018, the POEA Central Office at EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue, Mandaluyong City can only accommodate a maximum of 500 passers who will submit the required documents (medical certificate and clear copy of passport) per day from 8 AM to 5 PM, on a first-come-first serve basis.