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Friday, November 10, 2017

DOLE Sec. Bello Suspends OEC Issuance For New Application Starting November 13


Department of Labor and Employment Secretary Silvestre Bello III suspends the issuance of OEC for the new applicants starting November 13 to December 12. This is in respond to persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities and for the protection of the public. Advertisements   In a Department Order dated November 9 signed by  Labor Sec. Bello it is stated that: "In view of persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities including direct hires, and in order to protect the public from pernicious activities of certain unscrupulous individuals preying on Filipinos desiring to work overseas, the acceptance and processing of all new applications for Overseas Employment Certificate for all Overseas Filipino Workers, including direct hire workers , are hereby suspended." However, workers who are being hired by international  organizations and members of diplomatic corps, royal families and sea-based recruitment agencies are excluded from the suspension. An investigating team is also on the move to get the root of the said malfeasance and will be submitting their official findings and recommendations. The suspension will be effective starting November 13 to December 1 and shall be implemented by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration covering all land-based private recruitment agencies. Sponsored Links   Advertisement Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Department of Labor and Employment Secretary Silvestre Bello III suspends the issuance of OEC for the new applicants starting November 13 to December 1. This is in respond to persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities and for the protection of the public.
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Department of Labor and Employment Secretary Silvestre Bello III suspends the issuance of OEC for the new applicants starting November 13 to December 12. This is in respond to persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities and for the protection of the public. Advertisements   In a Department Order dated November 9 signed by  Labor Sec. Bello it is stated that: "In view of persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities including direct hires, and in order to protect the public from pernicious activities of certain unscrupulous individuals preying on Filipinos desiring to work overseas, the acceptance and processing of all new applications for Overseas Employment Certificate for all Overseas Filipino Workers, including direct hire workers , are hereby suspended." However, workers who are being hired by international  organizations and members of diplomatic corps, royal families and sea-based recruitment agencies are excluded from the suspension. An investigating team is also on the move to get the root of the said malfeasance and will be submitting their official findings and recommendations. The suspension will be effective starting November 13 to December 1 and shall be implemented by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration covering all land-based private recruitment agencies. Sponsored Links   Advertisement Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
In Department Order No. 185 dated November 9 signed by  Labor Sec. Bello, it is stated that:
"In view of persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities including direct hires, and in order to protect the public from pernicious activities of certain unscrupulous individuals preying on Filipinos desiring to work overseas, the acceptance and processing of all new applications for Overseas Employment Certificate for all Overseas Filipino Workers, including direct hire workers , are hereby suspended."

However, workers who are being hired by international  organizations and members of diplomatic corps, royal families and sea-based recruitment agencies are excluded from the suspension.
Department of Labor and Employment Secretary Silvestre Bello III suspends the issuance of OEC for the new applicants starting November 13 to December 12. This is in respond to persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities and for the protection of the public. Advertisements  Department of Labor and Employment Secretary Silvestre Bello III suspends the issuance of OEC for the new applicants starting November 13 to December 12. This is in respond to persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities and for the protection of the public. Advertisements   In a Department Order dated November 9 signed by  Labor Sec. Bello it is stated that: "In view of persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities including direct hires, and in order to protect the public from pernicious activities of certain unscrupulous individuals preying on Filipinos desiring to work overseas, the acceptance and processing of all new applications for Overseas Employment Certificate for all Overseas Filipino Workers, including direct hire workers , are hereby suspended." However, workers who are being hired by international  organizations and members of diplomatic corps, royal families and sea-based recruitment agencies are excluded from the suspension. An investigating team is also on the move to get the root of the said malfeasance and will be submitting their official findings and recommendations. The suspension will be effective starting November 13 to December 1 and shall be implemented by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration covering all land-based private recruitment agencies. Sponsored Links   Advertisement Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO In a Department Order dated November 9 signed by  Labor Sec. Bello, it is stated that: "In view of persistent reports of illegal recruitment activities including direct hires, and in order to protect the public from pernicious activities of certain unscrupulous individuals preying on Filipinos desiring to work overseas, the acceptance and processing of all new applications for Overseas Employment Certificate for all Overseas Filipino Workers, including direct hire workers , are hereby suspended."  However, workers who are being hired by international  organizations and members of diplomatic corps, royal families and sea-based recruitment agencies are excluded from the suspension.   An investigating team is also on the move to get the root of the said malfeasance and will be submitting their official findings and recommendations.  The suspension will be effective starting November 13 to December 1 and shall be implemented by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration covering all land-based private recruitment agencies. Sponsored Links   Advertisement Read More:     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

An investigating team is also on the move to get the root of the said malfeasance and will be submitting their official findings and recommendations.

The suspension will be effective starting November 13 to December 1, 2017 and shall be implemented by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration covering all land-based private recruitment agencies. The suspension can be subjected to extension as required by circumstances.
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