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Saturday, September 16, 2017

500 OFWs Resigned In Kuwait Over Non-payment Of Wages For Eight Months


Over 500 OFWs working in a large contracting company In Kuwait has resigned from their jobs for not getting their paycheck.  Most of them have not received their salaries for eigth months which is why they sought the help of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) Kuwait. Andrew Sayasaya is among the many OFWs working at the Al Kharafi National Company. He narrated their struggle having not received salary for several months. Saya saya said that even their families in the Philippines are affected. Most of the children of the OFWs working in the said company has stopped going to school because they cannot send any money to support them. Other stories of families falling apart are among the workers who resigned from the company.  Dante Medina, a forklift operator working at Kharafi National Company. Said that they had been facing difficulties with heir company. He already resigned from the company effective November of 2016 but he is now still waiting for his dues as the said company fail to do anything about their problem. The problem has been going on since 2016. Of the 20,000 workers from different nationalities, about over 1,000 of them are OFWs. Presently, the OFWs who are still working in the company. Many of them had already transferred to work in another company, the others has already resigned and went back home while the others are still waiting for the company to pay their indemnities and wages. Sponsored Links  “They will promise a certain monthand when that month came, you will still wait for another month that they promised, it went along  repeatedly for eight long months," Russel Aranez narrates. Kuwait POLO led by Assistant Labor Attache Lily Pearl Guerrero,  already had several meetings with the company representatives to resolve the unpaid dues of the OFWs.  The OFWs cry fairness as the company according to them since to be paying the other nationalities first. Assistant Labor Attache Guerrero said that according to the company, they will pay all their employees their dues regardless of nationality but they will do it gradually as their collection also comes gradually. However, the group of OFWs  says the POLO and the embassy is not doing enough and they must ask the help of the higher authorities, like the president, for instance to talk to the leaders of Kuwait, government-to-government to ask their company to settle their obligations with them. Source:  ABS-CBN News   Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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Over 500 OFWs working in a large contracting company In Kuwait has resigned from their jobs for not getting their paycheck.

Most of them have not received their salaries for eigth months which is why they sought the help of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) Kuwait. Andrew Sayasaya is among the many OFWs working at the Al Kharafi National Company. He narrated their struggle having not received salary for several months. Saya saya said that even their families in the Philippines are affected. Most of the children of the OFWs working in the said company has stopped going to school because they cannot send any money to support them. Other stories of families falling apart are among the workers who resigned from the company.

Over 500 OFWs working in a large contracting company In Kuwait has resigned from their jobs for not getting their paycheck.  Most of them have not received their salaries for eigth months which is why they sought the help of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) Kuwait. Andrew Sayasaya is among the many OFWs working at the Al Kharafi National Company. He narrated their struggle having not received salary for several months. Saya saya said that even their families in the Philippines are affected. Most of the children of the OFWs working in the said company has stopped going to school because they cannot send any money to support them. Other stories of families falling apart are among the workers who resigned from the company.  Dante Medina, a forklift operator working at Kharafi National Company. Said that they had been facing difficulties with heir company. He already resigned from the company effective November of 2016 but he is now still waiting for his dues as the said company fail to do anything about their problem. The problem has been going on since 2016. Of the 20,000 workers from different nationalities, about over 1,000 of them are OFWs. Presently, the OFWs who are still working in the company. Many of them had already transferred to work in another company, the others has already resigned and went back home while the others are still waiting for the company to pay their indemnities and wages. Sponsored Links  “They will promise a certain monthand when that month came, you will still wait for another month that they promised, it went along  repeatedly for eight long months," Russel Aranez narrates. Kuwait POLO led by Assistant Labor Attache Lily Pearl Guerrero,  already had several meetings with the company representatives to resolve the unpaid dues of the OFWs.  The OFWs cry fairness as the company according to them since to be paying the other nationalities first. Assistant Labor Attache Guerrero said that according to the company, they will pay all their employees their dues regardless of nationality but they will do it gradually as their collection also comes gradually. However, the group of OFWs  says the POLO and the embassy is not doing enough and they must ask the help of the higher authorities, like the president, for instance to talk to the leaders of Kuwait, government-to-government to ask their company to settle their obligations with them. Source:  ABS-CBN News   Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Dante Medina, a forklift operator working at Kharafi National Company. Said that they had been facing difficulties with heir company. He already resigned from the company effective November of 2016 but he is now still waiting for his dues as the said company fail to do anything about their problem.
The problem has been going on since 2016. Of the 20,000 workers from different nationalities, about over 1,000 of them are OFWs. Presently, the OFWs who are still working in the company. Many of them had already transferred to work in another company, the others has already resigned and went back home while the others are still waiting for the company to pay their indemnities and wages.
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“They will promise a certain month and when that month came, you will still wait for another month that they promised, it went along  repeatedly for eight long months," Russel Aranez narrates.
Kuwait POLO led by Assistant Labor Attache Lily Pearl Guerrero,  already had several meetings with the company representatives to resolve the unpaid dues of the OFWs.
Over 500 OFWs working in a large contracting company In Kuwait has resigned from their jobs for not getting their paycheck.  Most of them have not received their salaries for eigth months which is why they sought the help of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) Kuwait. Andrew Sayasaya is among the many OFWs working at the Al Kharafi National Company. He narrated their struggle having not received salary for several months. Saya saya said that even their families in the Philippines are affected. Most of the children of the OFWs working in the said company has stopped going to school because they cannot send any money to support them. Other stories of families falling apart are among the workers who resigned from the company.  Dante Medina, a forklift operator working at Kharafi National Company. Said that they had been facing difficulties with heir company. He already resigned from the company effective November of 2016 but he is now still waiting for his dues as the said company fail to do anything about their problem. The problem has been going on since 2016. Of the 20,000 workers from different nationalities, about over 1,000 of them are OFWs. Presently, the OFWs who are still working in the company. Many of them had already transferred to work in another company, the others has already resigned and went back home while the others are still waiting for the company to pay their indemnities and wages. Sponsored Links  “They will promise a certain monthand when that month came, you will still wait for another month that they promised, it went along  repeatedly for eight long months," Russel Aranez narrates. Kuwait POLO led by Assistant Labor Attache Lily Pearl Guerrero,  already had several meetings with the company representatives to resolve the unpaid dues of the OFWs.  The OFWs cry fairness as the company according to them since to be paying the other nationalities first. Assistant Labor Attache Guerrero said that according to the company, they will pay all their employees their dues regardless of nationality but they will do it gradually as their collection also comes gradually. However, the group of OFWs  says the POLO and the embassy is not doing enough and they must ask the help of the higher authorities, like the president, for instance to talk to the leaders of Kuwait, government-to-government to ask their company to settle their obligations with them. Source:  ABS-CBN News   Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
The OFWs cry fairness as the company according to them since to be paying the other nationalities first. Assistant Labor Attache Guerrero said that according to the company, they will pay all their employees their dues regardless of nationality but they will do it gradually as their collection also comes gradually.

However, the group of OFWs  says the POLO and the embassy is not doing enough and they must ask the help of the higher authorities, like the president, for instance to talk to the leaders of Kuwait, government-to-government to ask their company to settle their obligations with them.



Source:  ABS-CBN News
Over 500 OFWs working in a large contracting company In Kuwait has resigned from their jobs for not getting their paycheck.  Most of them have not received their salaries for eigth months which is why they sought the help of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) Kuwait. Andrew Sayasaya is among the many OFWs working at the Al Kharafi National Company. He narrated their struggle having not received salary for several months. Saya saya said that even their families in the Philippines are affected. Most of the children of the OFWs working in the said company has stopped going to school because they cannot send any money to support them. Other stories of families falling apart are among the workers who resigned from the company.  Dante Medina, a forklift operator working at Kharafi National Company. Said that they had been facing difficulties with heir company. He already resigned from the company effective November of 2016 but he is now still waiting for his dues as the said company fail to do anything about their problem. The problem has been going on since 2016. Of the 20,000 workers from different nationalities, about over 1,000 of them are OFWs. Presently, the OFWs who are still working in the company. Many of them had already transferred to work in another company, the others has already resigned and went back home while the others are still waiting for the company to pay their indemnities and wages. Sponsored Links  “They will promise a certain monthand when that month came, you will still wait for another month that they promised, it went along  repeatedly for eight long months," Russel Aranez narrates. Kuwait POLO led by Assistant Labor Attache Lily Pearl Guerrero,  already had several meetings with the company representatives to resolve the unpaid dues of the OFWs.  The OFWs cry fairness as the company according to them since to be paying the other nationalities first. Assistant Labor Attache Guerrero said that according to the company, they will pay all their employees their dues regardless of nationality but they will do it gradually as their collection also comes gradually. However, the group of OFWs  says the POLO and the embassy is not doing enough and they must ask the help of the higher authorities, like the president, for instance to talk to the leaders of Kuwait, government-to-government to ask their company to settle their obligations with them. Source:  ABS-CBN News   Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

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