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Friday, February 03, 2017

FIRST BATCH OF 50 HSWS TO ARRIVE IN JAPAN THIS MONTH

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A batch of 50 household service workers (HSWs) will be dispatched for further training in Japan this month  before beginning their duties in Osaka and Kanagawa in March. These 50 HSWs are housekeepers graduated from the training course provided by Magsaysay Global Services, with partnership with Pasona Inc, to provide the work force required by Japan for their reintegration initiative. The Japanese government  has a policy that encourages professional women to work again after  childbirth. They will be sent out by Japanese companies like Pasona Inc., Duskin, Bears, and Poppins.      Filipinos accepted through this program were given free training in "Japanese language, culture, hospitality, and housework, over the course of approximately two months," and will now undergo on-the-job and orientation training in Japan before they are deployed.    END or DELETE THIS HERE     Plans to deploy Filipino HSWs in Japan were announced in 2014. However, due to the stringent regulations, the proceeding were delayed until 2017.





A batch of 50 household service workers (HSWs) will be dispatched for further training in Japan this month  before beginning their duties in Osaka and Kanagawa in March.
These 50 HSWs are housekeepers graduated from the training course provided by Magsaysay Global Services, with partnership with Pasona Inc, to provide the work force required by Japan for their reintegration initiative.
The Japanese government  has a policy that encourages professional women to work again after  childbirth. They will be sent out by Japanese companies like Pasona Inc., Duskin, Bears, and Poppins.









Filipinos accepted through this program were given free training in "Japanese language, culture, hospitality, and housework, over the course of approximately two months," and will now undergo on-the-job and orientation training in Japan before they are deployed.

A batch of 50 household service workers (HSWs) will be dispatched for further training in Japan this month  before beginning their duties in Osaka and Kanagawa in March. These 50 HSWs are housekeepers graduated from the training course provided by Magsaysay Global Services, with partnership with Pasona Inc, to provide the work force required by Japan for their reintegration initiative. The Japanese government  has a policy that encourages professional women to work again after  childbirth. They will be sent out by Japanese companies like Pasona Inc., Duskin, Bears, and Poppins.      Filipinos accepted through this program were given free training in "Japanese language, culture, hospitality, and housework, over the course of approximately two months," and will now undergo on-the-job and orientation training in Japan before they are deployed.    END or DELETE THIS HERE     Plans to deploy Filipino HSWs in Japan were announced in 2014. However, due to the stringent regulations, the proceeding were delayed until 2017.

A batch of 50 household service workers (HSWs) will be dispatched for further training in Japan this month  before beginning their duties in Osaka and Kanagawa in March. These 50 HSWs are housekeepers graduated from the training course provided by Magsaysay Global Services, with partnership with Pasona Inc, to provide the work force required by Japan for their reintegration initiative. The Japanese government  has a policy that encourages professional women to work again after  childbirth. They will be sent out by Japanese companies like Pasona Inc., Duskin, Bears, and Poppins.      Filipinos accepted through this program were given free training in "Japanese language, culture, hospitality, and housework, over the course of approximately two months," and will now undergo on-the-job and orientation training in Japan before they are deployed.    END or DELETE THIS HERE     Plans to deploy Filipino HSWs in Japan were announced in 2014. However, due to the stringent regulations, the proceeding were delayed until 2017.





A batch of 50 household service workers (HSWs) will be dispatched for further training in Japan this month  before beginning their duties in Osaka and Kanagawa in March. These 50 HSWs are housekeepers graduated from the training course provided by Magsaysay Global Services, with partnership with Pasona Inc, to provide the work force required by Japan for their reintegration initiative. The Japanese government  has a policy that encourages professional women to work again after  childbirth. They will be sent out by Japanese companies like Pasona Inc., Duskin, Bears, and Poppins.      Filipinos accepted through this program were given free training in "Japanese language, culture, hospitality, and housework, over the course of approximately two months," and will now undergo on-the-job and orientation training in Japan before they are deployed.    END or DELETE THIS HERE     Plans to deploy Filipino HSWs in Japan were announced in 2014. However, due to the stringent regulations, the proceeding were delayed until 2017.


Plans to deploy Filipino HSWs in Japan were announced in 2014.
However, due to the stringent regulations, the proceeding were delayed until 2017.

Source: www.gmanetwork.com/news
A batch of 50 household service workers (HSWs) will be dispatched for further training in Japan this month  before beginning their duties in Osaka and Kanagawa in March. These 50 HSWs are housekeepers graduated from the training course provided by Magsaysay Global Services, with partnership with Pasona Inc, to provide the work force required by Japan for their reintegration initiative. The Japanese government  has a policy that encourages professional women to work again after  childbirth. They will be sent out by Japanese companies like Pasona Inc., Duskin, Bears, and Poppins.      Filipinos accepted through this program were given free training in "Japanese language, culture, hospitality, and housework, over the course of approximately two months," and will now undergo on-the-job and orientation training in Japan before they are deployed.    END or DELETE THIS HERE     Plans to deploy Filipino HSWs in Japan were announced in 2014. However, due to the stringent regulations, the proceeding were delayed until 2017.