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Guidelines on filing of pleadings, issuance of Notice/Orders and conduct of hearings at the Adjudication Office during the coronavirus pandemic
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) has issued guidelines on filing of pleadings, issuance of Notice/Orders and conduct of hearings at the Adjudication Office while the entire country remains to be in different levels of Community Quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
POEA Board allows qualified recruitment agencies to withdraw part of escrow deposit
The POEA Governing Board has allowed certain recruitment agencies to withdraw part of their one million peso escrow deposit, but under certain conditions, giving them respite from financial burdens and constraints in their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ADJUDICATION OF CASES
You may call or send your requests for follow-up/queries or appointment at the following telephone numbers and email addresses:
-- Recruitment Regulation Branch - Tel. No. 8722-1180;
-- Adjudication Branch - Tel. No. 8722-1148; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
KOREA EPS-TOPIK Postponement of Computer-based Test (CBT) for Qualified 2020 Applicants
With the increasing confirmed positive COVID-19 cases and the existing quarantine restrictions in the National Capital Region, and to ensure the safety of the examinees, the POEA and the Human Resources Development Service of Korea (HRDK) have decided to temporarily postpone the implementation of the Point System via Computer-based Test (CBT) in the country.
All qualified 2020 applicants are advised to monitor further announcements regarding the new CBT schedule in this website.
The NAN YA PLASTICS CORPORATION – TAIWAN has advised POEA-GPB today (April 7, 2021) to stop in the meantime the hiring of Male Factory Workers/ Machine Operators/ Molding Production (RSF No. 210003) as posted/ announced in the POEA website and GPB FB account.