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Wednesday, May 02, 2018

Duterte Signed EO To End "Endo", Asking Congress To Amend Labor Code

As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that EO 15 prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”
Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company. 
“I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.
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As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that the EO prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”  Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company.   “I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links           President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.  Duterte inked the EO on May 1, and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.    Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure.  The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.  “I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.  The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.  “Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.  The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups. The Employers Confederation of the Philippines, or ECOP, expressed concerns about some provisions outlined in the EO.  “Government though must be credited in its serious and sincere effort to craft an EO that meets the expectations of both labor and capital,” the group said in a statement.  Various labor groups also shared their two-cents regarding the fresh EO, which they described as pro-employer.  “There is nothing new in the EO,” Rep. Ariel Casilao (Anakpawis Paty-list) said. “What the workers demanded is total prohibition of contractualization by virtue of direct hiring.”  Kilusang Mayo Uno Chairperson Elmer Labog laments that labor groups were not consulted when the presidential order was drafted.  The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged Duterte to show to the public the EO he signed.  “If President Duterte had the intention of signing an Executive Order which is line with the demands of the workers, he would not exclude us from full knowledge of it,” the group said.       READ MORE: List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich

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President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.

Duterte inked the EO on May 1 and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.

As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that the EO prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”  Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company.   “I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links           President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.  Duterte inked the EO on May 1, and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.    Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure.  The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.  “I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.  The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.  “Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.  The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups. The Employers Confederation of the Philippines, or ECOP, expressed concerns about some provisions outlined in the EO.  “Government though must be credited in its serious and sincere effort to craft an EO that meets the expectations of both labor and capital,” the group said in a statement.  Various labor groups also shared their two-cents regarding the fresh EO, which they described as pro-employer.  “There is nothing new in the EO,” Rep. Ariel Casilao (Anakpawis Paty-list) said. “What the workers demanded is total prohibition of contractualization by virtue of direct hiring.”  Kilusang Mayo Uno Chairperson Elmer Labog laments that labor groups were not consulted when the presidential order was drafted.  The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged Duterte to show to the public the EO he signed.  “If President Duterte had the intention of signing an Executive Order which is line with the demands of the workers, he would not exclude us from full knowledge of it,” the group said.       READ MORE: List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich

Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure.
As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that the EO prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”  Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company.   “I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links           President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.  Duterte inked the EO on May 1, and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.    Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure.  The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.  “I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.  The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.  “Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.  The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups. The Employers Confederation of the Philippines, or ECOP, expressed concerns about some provisions outlined in the EO.  “Government though must be credited in its serious and sincere effort to craft an EO that meets the expectations of both labor and capital,” the group said in a statement.  Various labor groups also shared their two-cents regarding the fresh EO, which they described as pro-employer.  “There is nothing new in the EO,” Rep. Ariel Casilao (Anakpawis Paty-list) said. “What the workers demanded is total prohibition of contractualization by virtue of direct hiring.”  Kilusang Mayo Uno Chairperson Elmer Labog laments that labor groups were not consulted when the presidential order was drafted.  The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged Duterte to show to the public the EO he signed.  “If President Duterte had the intention of signing an Executive Order which is line with the demands of the workers, he would not exclude us from full knowledge of it,” the group said.       READ MORE: List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.

“I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.

The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.

“Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.

The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups.

Various labor groups also regard the newly signed  EO as pro-employer.
As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that EO 15 prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”  Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company.   “I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.  Advertisement    As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that the EO prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”  Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company.   “I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links           President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.  Duterte inked the EO on May 1, and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.    Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure.  The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.  “I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.  The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.  “Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.  The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups. The Employers Confederation of the Philippines, or ECOP, expressed concerns about some provisions outlined in the EO.  “Government though must be credited in its serious and sincere effort to craft an EO that meets the expectations of both labor and capital,” the group said in a statement.  Various labor groups also shared their two-cents regarding the fresh EO, which they described as pro-employer.  “There is nothing new in the EO,” Rep. Ariel Casilao (Anakpawis Paty-list) said. “What the workers demanded is total prohibition of contractualization by virtue of direct hiring.”  Kilusang Mayo Uno Chairperson Elmer Labog laments that labor groups were not consulted when the presidential order was drafted.  The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged Duterte to show to the public the EO he signed.  “If President Duterte had the intention of signing an Executive Order which is line with the demands of the workers, he would not exclude us from full knowledge of it,” the group said.       READ MORE: List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich     Sponsored Links           President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.  Duterte inked the EO on May 1 and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.  As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that the EO prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”  Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company.   “I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links           President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.  Duterte inked the EO on May 1, and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.    Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure.  The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.  “I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.  The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.  “Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.  The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups. The Employers Confederation of the Philippines, or ECOP, expressed concerns about some provisions outlined in the EO.  “Government though must be credited in its serious and sincere effort to craft an EO that meets the expectations of both labor and capital,” the group said in a statement.  Various labor groups also shared their two-cents regarding the fresh EO, which they described as pro-employer.  “There is nothing new in the EO,” Rep. Ariel Casilao (Anakpawis Paty-list) said. “What the workers demanded is total prohibition of contractualization by virtue of direct hiring.”  Kilusang Mayo Uno Chairperson Elmer Labog laments that labor groups were not consulted when the presidential order was drafted.  The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged Duterte to show to the public the EO he signed.  “If President Duterte had the intention of signing an Executive Order which is line with the demands of the workers, he would not exclude us from full knowledge of it,” the group said.       READ MORE: List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich    Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure. As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that the EO prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”  Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company.   “I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links           President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.  Duterte inked the EO on May 1, and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.    Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure.  The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.  “I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.  The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.  “Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.  The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups. The Employers Confederation of the Philippines, or ECOP, expressed concerns about some provisions outlined in the EO.  “Government though must be credited in its serious and sincere effort to craft an EO that meets the expectations of both labor and capital,” the group said in a statement.  Various labor groups also shared their two-cents regarding the fresh EO, which they described as pro-employer.  “There is nothing new in the EO,” Rep. Ariel Casilao (Anakpawis Paty-list) said. “What the workers demanded is total prohibition of contractualization by virtue of direct hiring.”  Kilusang Mayo Uno Chairperson Elmer Labog laments that labor groups were not consulted when the presidential order was drafted.  The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged Duterte to show to the public the EO he signed.  “If President Duterte had the intention of signing an Executive Order which is line with the demands of the workers, he would not exclude us from full knowledge of it,” the group said.       READ MORE: List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.  “I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.  The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.  “Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.  The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups.  Various labor groups also regard the newly signed  EO as pro-employer.  The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged the president to show the EO he signed to the public.      As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that the EO prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”  Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company.   “I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links           President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.  Duterte inked the EO on May 1, and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.    Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure.  The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.  “I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.  The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.  “Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.  The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups. The Employers Confederation of the Philippines, or ECOP, expressed concerns about some provisions outlined in the EO.  “Government though must be credited in its serious and sincere effort to craft an EO that meets the expectations of both labor and capital,” the group said in a statement.  Various labor groups also shared their two-cents regarding the fresh EO, which they described as pro-employer.  “There is nothing new in the EO,” Rep. Ariel Casilao (Anakpawis Paty-list) said. “What the workers demanded is total prohibition of contractualization by virtue of direct hiring.”  Kilusang Mayo Uno Chairperson Elmer Labog laments that labor groups were not consulted when the presidential order was drafted.  The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged Duterte to show to the public the EO he signed.  “If President Duterte had the intention of signing an Executive Order which is line with the demands of the workers, he would not exclude us from full knowledge of it,” the group said.       READ MORE: List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich  READ MORE: List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich
The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged the president to show the EO he signed to the public.


As one of his campaign promises, President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order seeking to stop contractualization among local workers. The president said that the EO prohibits “illegal contracting or subcontracting or undertaking to circumvent the workers’ right to security of tenure.”  Endo system deprives the locally hired workers of benefits that regular employees enjoy as the work contract usually lasts for only five months or less, there will be no end of service benefits even if you renew the said contract over and over again for ten years with the same company.   “I remain firm in my commitment to put an end to ‘endo’ and illegal contractualization,” the president said.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links           President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a landmark executive order (EO) that puts an end to illegal contractualization in the Philippines.  Duterte inked the EO on May 1, and made the announcement during a speech in a Labor Day celebration in Cebu.    Duterte also expressed confidence that the EO will ease laborers’ worries regarding the lack of security of tenure.  The president also said that the government will continue to provide “dignified and meaningful employment”, however, he said that the newly signed executive order is not enough to ensure the security of tenure.  “I can only implement but if there are things that need to be corrected, modified to suit the needs or the demand of time… We have to amend or correct or recommend revision or revisit the laws,” Duterte said.  The Palace has yet to release a copy of the EO.  “Endo,” which stems from the term “end of a contract,” refers to the practice of short-term contracts short of six months that would make a worker a regular employee.  The newly signed Executive Order which is yet to be released in public draws different reactions among labor groups. The Employers Confederation of the Philippines, or ECOP, expressed concerns about some provisions outlined in the EO.  “Government though must be credited in its serious and sincere effort to craft an EO that meets the expectations of both labor and capital,” the group said in a statement.  Various labor groups also shared their two-cents regarding the fresh EO, which they described as pro-employer.  “There is nothing new in the EO,” Rep. Ariel Casilao (Anakpawis Paty-list) said. “What the workers demanded is total prohibition of contractualization by virtue of direct hiring.”  Kilusang Mayo Uno Chairperson Elmer Labog laments that labor groups were not consulted when the presidential order was drafted.  The KILOS NA Manggagawa, meanwhile, urged Duterte to show to the public the EO he signed.  “If President Duterte had the intention of signing an Executive Order which is line with the demands of the workers, he would not exclude us from full knowledge of it,” the group said.       READ MORE: List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Classic Room Mates You Probably Living With   Do Not Be Fooled By Your Recruitment Agencies, Know Your  Correct Fees    Remittance Fees To Be Imposed On Kuwait Expats Expected To Bring $230 Million Income    TESDA Provides Training For Returning OFWs   Cash Aid To Be Given To Displaced OFWs From Kuwait—OWWA    5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be Rich


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