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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Foreign Domestic Helpers Rights and Protection under the Employment Ordinance in Hong Kong

Comprising the 5% of Hong Kong total population are 340,000 foreign domestic workers largely those who came from Philippines and Indonesia. Some are from India, Thailand and Sri Lanka. The Filipina Domestic workers are almost 200,000 in numbers to date.   In the Philippines, this trend began in earnest in 1974 when the government began to actively encourage and facilitate labor emigration as a tool of economic development in response to high unemployment and poor economic conditions. In the years since, the Philippines has provided an abundant, relatively cheap labor supply to countries in the region and beyond. More than 10 million Filipinos lived abroad as of the start of 2014, nearly half of whom were temporary workers. Hong Kong was the sixth most popular international destination for temporary workers overall from the Philippines, after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Kuwait, and Qatar.  To ensure that the rights of foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong are protected, an ordinance has been provided by the Hong Kong government to safeguard every foreign domestic workers in the area.       Foreign Domestic Helpers Rights and Protection under the Employment Ordinance    Standard Employment Contract for Foreign Domestic Helpers   The Standard Employment Contract specifies the terms and conditions of employment of a foreign domestic helper in Hong Kong. It is the only piece of document recognised by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region for the purpose of employing foreign domestic helpers.   Under the Standard Employment Contract, foreign domestic helpers are entitled to:    A Minimum Allowable Wage [Clause 5(a) of the contract].    Food allowance if no food is provided by the employer [Clause 5(b)]    Free accommodation [Clause 5(b)]    Free passage to and from their place of origin [Clause 7(a)]   Free medical treatment, including medical consultation, maintenance in hospital and emergency dental treatment [Clause 9(a)]    Paid or unpaid home leave with cost of passage at the expense of the employer [Clause 13]   Minimum Allowable Wage Employers must pay their helper a salary no less than the prevailing Minimum Allowable Wage at the time of signing the contract.   All foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong should be paid not less than the Minimum Allowable Wage of HK$4,310 per month if their employment contracts are made on or after 1 October 2016.  Payment of Wages Wages should be paid not later than 7 days after the end of the wage period or date of termination of contract  Underpayment of Wages  If wages received are less than that stipulated in the employment contract, a helper should:   clarify the correct amount with the employer;   not acknowledge receipt of wages which has not been paid; and   in case of underpayment, report to the Labour Department as soon as possible.   Deduction of Wages   Deduction of wages is prohibited except:   due to damage to or loss of employer’s goods or property attributable to the negligence or default of the helper. The amount deducted in each case shall not exceed HK$300;    absence from work not exceeding a sum proportionate to the period of absence;    recovery of advance or over-payment of wages; and   recovery of loan made to the helper with the helper’s written request, etc.   Total deductions, excluding those for absence from work, must not exceed one half of the wages payable in that wage period.  Rest Days A foreign domestic helper:    should have at least 1 rest day in every period of 7 days; and    may work voluntarily on a rest day.    An employer must not compel a helper to work on a rest day.   Statutory Holidays   A foreign domestic helper is entitled to:    12 statutory holidays in a year; and    holiday pay if he/she has already been employed for 3 months preceding any of the statutory holidays.   Payment in lieu of granting a statutory holiday is not permitted.  If a statutory holiday falls on a rest day, a holiday should be granted on the day following the rest day. An alternative holiday should be arranged within 60 days before or after the statutory holiday if the foreign domestic helper is required to work on the holiday.  Annual Leave   A foreign domestic helper is entitled to paid annual leave after serving every period of 12 months with the same employer at the following rate:    7 days each for the first and second year of service; and    starting from the third year, the number increases by 1 day per year up to a maximum of 14 days.    Sickness Allowance   A foreign domestic helper is entitled to sickness allowance if he/she:    has accumulated the number of paid sickness days;    the sick leave taken is not less than 4 consecutive days; and    the sick leave is supported by an appropriate medical certificate.   The daily rate of sickness allowance is a sum equivalent to four-fifths of the average daily wages of the helper.  It should be paid not later than the normal pay day.   *An employer is prohibited from dismissing the helper on his/her paid sickness days, except in the case of the employee’s serious misconduct.    Termination of Employment Contract   Either party may terminate the employment contract by giving one month’s notice or one month’s payment in lieu of notice to the other party.   Termination payments may include:    outstanding wages;    payment in lieu of notice, if any;    payment in lieu of any untaken annual leave;     long service payment/severance payment, where appropriate; and    any other sum under the employment contract, e.g. free return passage, food and traveling allowance, etc.  Severance Payment/Separation Pay  A foreign domestic helper is entitled to severance payment if he/she:    has not less than 24 months of service with the same employer prior to the termination; and    is dismissed or the contract is not being renewed by reason of redundancy.   Long Service Payment   A foreign domestic helper is entitled to long service payment if he/she has no less than 5 years of service with the same employer prior to the termination and:    is dismissed or the contract is not being renewed by reason other than serious misconduct or redundancy;    resigns on ground of ill health;    resigns on ground of old age (i.e. aged 65 or above); or    dies in service.    Amount of severance payment or long service payment   Monthly wages x 2/3 x years of service Service of incomplete year should be calculated on a pro rata basis.   A foreign domestic helper is only entitled to either severance payment or long service payment.   The above information sets out only the highlights of the major statutory and contractual provisions with which foreign domestic helpers are commonly concerned.  RECOMMENDED:  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC   "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES




Comprising the 5% of Hong Kong total population are 340,000 foreign domestic workers largely those who came from Philippines and Indonesia. Some are from India, Thailand and Sri Lanka. The Filipina Domestic workers are almost 200,000 in numbers to date.
Comprising the 5% of Hong Kong total population are 340,000 foreign domestic workers largely those who came from Philippines and Indonesia. Some are from India, Thailand and Sri Lanka. The Filipina Domestic workers are almost 200,000 in numbers to date.   In the Philippines, this trend began in earnest in 1974 when the government began to actively encourage and facilitate labor emigration as a tool of economic development in response to high unemployment and poor economic conditions. In the years since, the Philippines has provided an abundant, relatively cheap labor supply to countries in the region and beyond. More than 10 million Filipinos lived abroad as of the start of 2014, nearly half of whom were temporary workers. Hong Kong was the sixth most popular international destination for temporary workers overall from the Philippines, after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Kuwait, and Qatar.  To ensure that the rights of foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong are protected, an ordinance has been provided by the Hong Kong government to safeguard every foreign domestic workers in the area.       Foreign Domestic Helpers Rights and Protection under the Employment Ordinance    Standard Employment Contract for Foreign Domestic Helpers   The Standard Employment Contract specifies the terms and conditions of employment of a foreign domestic helper in Hong Kong. It is the only piece of document recognised by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region for the purpose of employing foreign domestic helpers.   Under the Standard Employment Contract, foreign domestic helpers are entitled to:    A Minimum Allowable Wage [Clause 5(a) of the contract].    Food allowance if no food is provided by the employer [Clause 5(b)]    Free accommodation [Clause 5(b)]    Free passage to and from their place of origin [Clause 7(a)]   Free medical treatment, including medical consultation, maintenance in hospital and emergency dental treatment [Clause 9(a)]    Paid or unpaid home leave with cost of passage at the expense of the employer [Clause 13]   Minimum Allowable Wage Employers must pay their helper a salary no less than the prevailing Minimum Allowable Wage at the time of signing the contract.   All foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong should be paid not less than the Minimum Allowable Wage of HK$4,310 per month if their employment contracts are made on or after 1 October 2016.  Payment of Wages Wages should be paid not later than 7 days after the end of the wage period or date of termination of contract  Underpayment of Wages  If wages received are less than that stipulated in the employment contract, a helper should:   clarify the correct amount with the employer;   not acknowledge receipt of wages which has not been paid; and   in case of underpayment, report to the Labour Department as soon as possible.   Deduction of Wages   Deduction of wages is prohibited except:   due to damage to or loss of employer’s goods or property attributable to the negligence or default of the helper. The amount deducted in each case shall not exceed HK$300;    absence from work not exceeding a sum proportionate to the period of absence;    recovery of advance or over-payment of wages; and   recovery of loan made to the helper with the helper’s written request, etc.   Total deductions, excluding those for absence from work, must not exceed one half of the wages payable in that wage period.  Rest Days A foreign domestic helper:    should have at least 1 rest day in every period of 7 days; and    may work voluntarily on a rest day.    An employer must not compel a helper to work on a rest day.   Statutory Holidays   A foreign domestic helper is entitled to:    12 statutory holidays in a year; and    holiday pay if he/she has already been employed for 3 months preceding any of the statutory holidays.   Payment in lieu of granting a statutory holiday is not permitted.  If a statutory holiday falls on a rest day, a holiday should be granted on the day following the rest day. An alternative holiday should be arranged within 60 days before or after the statutory holiday if the foreign domestic helper is required to work on the holiday.  Annual Leave   A foreign domestic helper is entitled to paid annual leave after serving every period of 12 months with the same employer at the following rate:    7 days each for the first and second year of service; and    starting from the third year, the number increases by 1 day per year up to a maximum of 14 days.    Sickness Allowance   A foreign domestic helper is entitled to sickness allowance if he/she:    has accumulated the number of paid sickness days;    the sick leave taken is not less than 4 consecutive days; and    the sick leave is supported by an appropriate medical certificate.   The daily rate of sickness allowance is a sum equivalent to four-fifths of the average daily wages of the helper.  It should be paid not later than the normal pay day.   *An employer is prohibited from dismissing the helper on his/her paid sickness days, except in the case of the employee’s serious misconduct.    Termination of Employment Contract   Either party may terminate the employment contract by giving one month’s notice or one month’s payment in lieu of notice to the other party.   Termination payments may include:    outstanding wages;    payment in lieu of notice, if any;    payment in lieu of any untaken annual leave;     long service payment/severance payment, where appropriate; and    any other sum under the employment contract, e.g. free return passage, food and traveling allowance, etc.  Severance Payment/Separation Pay  A foreign domestic helper is entitled to severance payment if he/she:    has not less than 24 months of service with the same employer prior to the termination; and    is dismissed or the contract is not being renewed by reason of redundancy.   Long Service Payment   A foreign domestic helper is entitled to long service payment if he/she has no less than 5 years of service with the same employer prior to the termination and:    is dismissed or the contract is not being renewed by reason other than serious misconduct or redundancy;    resigns on ground of ill health;    resigns on ground of old age (i.e. aged 65 or above); or    dies in service.    Amount of severance payment or long service payment   Monthly wages x 2/3 x years of service Service of incomplete year should be calculated on a pro rata basis.   A foreign domestic helper is only entitled to either severance payment or long service payment.   The above information sets out only the highlights of the major statutory and contractual provisions with which foreign domestic helpers are commonly concerned.  RECOMMENDED:  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC   "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES

In the Philippines, this trend began in earnest in 1974 when the government began to actively encourage and facilitate labor emigration as a tool of economic development in response to high unemployment and poor economic conditions. In the years since, the Philippines has provided an abundant, relatively cheap labor supply to countries in the region and beyond. More than 10 million Filipinos lived abroad as of the start of 2014, nearly half of whom were temporary workers. Hong Kong was the sixth most popular international destination for temporary workers overall from the Philippines, after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Kuwait, and Qatar.

To ensure that the rights of foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong are protected, an ordinance has been provided by the Hong Kong government to safeguard every foreign domestic workers in the area.

  

Foreign Domestic Helpers Rights and Protection under the Employment Ordinance 


Standard Employment Contract for Foreign Domestic Helpers 

The Standard Employment Contract specifies the terms and conditions of employment of a foreign domestic helper in Hong Kong. It is the only piece of document recognised by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region for the purpose of employing foreign domestic helpers. 

Under the Standard Employment Contract, foreign domestic helpers are entitled to: 

 A Minimum Allowable Wage [Clause 5(a) of the contract]. 

 Food allowance if no food is provided by the employer [Clause 5(b)]

 Free accommodation [Clause 5(b)] 

 Free passage to and from their place of origin [Clause 7(a)]

 Free medical treatment, including medical consultation, maintenance in hospital and emergency dental treatment [Clause 9(a)] 

 Paid or unpaid home leave with cost of passage at the expense of the employer [Clause 13]

 Minimum Allowable Wage Employers must pay their helper a salary no less than the prevailing Minimum Allowable Wage at the time of signing the contract. 

All foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong should be paid not less than the Minimum Allowable Wage of HK$4,310 per month if their employment contracts are made on or after 1 October 2016.
 Payment of Wages Wages should be paid not later than 7 days after the end of the wage period or date of termination of contract

Underpayment of Wages

If wages received are less than that stipulated in the employment contract, a helper should:

 clarify the correct amount with the employer;

 not acknowledge receipt of wages which has not been paid; and

 in case of underpayment, report to the Labour Department as soon as possible. 

Deduction of Wages 

Deduction of wages is prohibited except:

 due to damage to or loss of employer’s goods or property attributable to the negligence or default of the helper. The amount deducted in each case shall not exceed HK$300; 

 absence from work not exceeding a sum proportionate to the period of absence; 

 recovery of advance or over-payment of wages; and

 recovery of loan made to the helper with the helper’s written request, etc. 

Total deductions, excluding those for absence from work, must not exceed one half of the wages payable in that wage period.

Rest Days A foreign domestic helper:

  should have at least 1 rest day in every period of 7 days; and 

 may work voluntarily on a rest day. 


An employer must not compel a helper to work on a rest day. 

Statutory Holidays

 A foreign domestic helper is entitled to: 

 12 statutory holidays in a year; and

 holiday pay if he/she has already been employed for 3 months preceding any of the statutory holidays. 

Payment in lieu of granting a statutory holiday is not permitted.

If a statutory holiday falls on a rest day, a holiday should be granted on the day following the rest day. An alternative holiday should be arranged within 60 days before or after the statutory holiday if the foreign domestic helper is required to work on the holiday.

Annual Leave

 A foreign domestic helper is entitled to paid annual leave after serving every period of 12 months with the same employer at the following rate:

 7 days each for the first and second year of service; and 

 starting from the third year, the number increases by 1 day per year up to a maximum of 14 days. 


Sickness Allowance 

A foreign domestic helper is entitled to sickness allowance if he/she: 

 has accumulated the number of paid sickness days; 

 the sick leave taken is not less than 4 consecutive days; and 

 the sick leave is supported by an appropriate medical certificate. 

The daily rate of sickness allowance is a sum equivalent to four-fifths of the average daily wages of the helper.
 It should be paid not later than the normal pay day. 

*An employer is prohibited from dismissing the helper on his/her paid sickness days, except in the case of the employee’s serious misconduct. 



Termination of Employment Contract

 Either party may terminate the employment contract by giving one month’s notice or one month’s payment in lieu of notice to the other party.

 Termination payments may include: 

 outstanding wages; 

 payment in lieu of notice, if any; 

 payment in lieu of any untaken annual leave;  

 long service payment/severance payment, where appropriate; and

 any other sum under the employment contract, e.g. free return passage, food and traveling allowance, etc.

Severance Payment/Separation Pay

A foreign domestic helper is entitled to severance payment if he/she: 

 has not less than 24 months of service with the same employer prior to the termination; and 

 is dismissed or the contract is not being renewed by reason of redundancy. 

Long Service Payment 

A foreign domestic helper is entitled to long service payment if he/she has no less than 5 years of service with the same employer prior to the termination and: 

 is dismissed or the contract is not being renewed by reason other than serious misconduct or redundancy; 

 resigns on ground of ill health; 

 resigns on ground of old age (i.e. aged 65 or above); or 

 dies in service.



Amount of severance payment or long service payment

 Monthly wages x 2/3 x years of service Service of incomplete year should be calculated on a pro rata basis. 

A foreign domestic helper is only entitled to either severance payment or long service payment. 

The above information sets out only the highlights of the major statutory and contractual provisions with which foreign domestic helpers are commonly concerned. 

RECOMMENDED:

BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS

ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS

MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES

DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA

HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS

DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS

ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA

BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON

SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT

AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD

DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS

BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS

PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY

MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT

UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018

REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN

KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC


"JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES

©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Singapore employers can lend Pinoy DH up to $1,100 SGD for their expenses


Here is another good news to those who wants to work as domestic helper or household service worker in Singapore but do not have enough money for the processing of their documents and other requirements.  Employers in Singapore that hoping to hire domestic workers from the Philippine can now lend them up to $1,100 SGD or more than P38,000 to cover their expenses.  In return, the DH will pay the loan only up to half of their monthly salary until fully paid.




Here is another good news to those who wants to work as domestic helper or household service worker in Singapore but do not have enough money for the processing of their documents and other requirements.

Employers in Singapore that hoping to hire domestic workers from the Philippine can now lend them up to $1,100 SGD or more than P38,000 to cover their expenses.

In return, the DH will pay the loan only up to half of their monthly salary until fully paid.





According to Association of Employment Agencies President K. Jayaprema of Singapore, this is base on the new payment structure that provides more clarity for workers and employers.
  • The new payment structure takes effect immediately.
  • The DH will decide how to use the cash advance.
  • The loan can be provided by the employers, agents or other institutions.


 

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Jayaprema said they found out that the preparation cost for a DH to work in Singapore is around $1,100.

Included here are charges for pre-employment training, medical examination, passport fees and etc.

As of the moment, there is approximate, 70,000 Filipino domestic helpers in Singapore.



Philippine Embassy labor attache Ramon Pastrana reminded that it is illegal for Filipino domestic workers to be charged with placement fees to work abroad.

"This initiative is not a reason for agencies here to just go charge any salary deduction from the worker," he said.

"The $1,100 is just a cap for the workers, to cover whatever they need in the Philippines. If the workers say they don't need that, then there is no need for the two agencies to have a repayment scheme." (Source: The Straits Times)

SEE ALSO:

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DOLE LOCAL AND OVERSEAS JOB FAIR SCHEDULE THIS JANUARY TO AUGUST 2017

HOW TO DISPOSE OLD MOBILE PHONES TO AVOID DATA THEFT

OWWA's SEnA Program vows to give fast and efficient service to OFWs










©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Thursday, October 06, 2016

VIDEO WATCH: HEARTBREAKING STORY OF MALTREATED OFW KASAMBAHAY IN QATAR

WARNING: Graphic Content

 VIDEO WATCH: HEARTBREAKING STORY OF MALTREATED OFW KASAMBAHAY IN QATAR 


A Filipina OFW in Qatar cry for help for the maltreatment she suffered from her employer.Marichu Villar has been maltreated by her female employer for a period of 2 years.

Marichu arrived in the Philippines last Sept 30  with scars and bruises all over her body.Feet and legs being burned by pouring boiling water,back ,chest and face burned using flat iron,

scars on her lips caused by her employer when she kicked her in the face,

head stricken by hard objects,

laceration scar from a knife by her employer.

Marichu is a single mom who tried her luck working abroad for the future of her daughter and never in her wildest dream that she will experience such maltreatment from her employer.She was able to  endure the maltreatment for the sake of her daughter until her contract ended last month.


Marichu appealed to President Rodrigo Duterte for help and to seek justice for what the employer has done to her.

Since Marichu is an active member of OWWA,she will get all the benefits and services that s due to her and OWWA also promised to pursue a case against her employer in Qatar.

OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac,personally visited Marichu Villar at the Digos Provincial Hospital in Davao to award medical assistance and other benefits.



VIRAL FB POST SHOWING A FAMILY EATING AT THE RESTAURANT WITH THEIR MAID WATCHING AT A DISTANCE


VIRAL FB POST SHOWING A FAMILY EATING AT THE RESTAURANT WITH THEIR MAID WATCHING AT  A DISTANCE 


An FB post  from a certain Michael Fanny has been making rounds in  social media and draws different opinions and criticism from the netizens.The said post is now closing to 58 thousand shares as I write this article.It is a photo of an Indonesian Family eating together in a restaurant with their maid sitting alone in a distance wathing them enjoying their meal.
The caption reads:
Pembantumu bagian dari hidupmu. cerminan kemanusiaanmu. Bayangkan anda ada di posisinya, hp tidak pegang, diajak makan tidak.. Mata hanya mutar" meliat sekeliling. Mereka yg Kunyah kita ikut telan. 
Hargai dan Kasihilah Pembantu kita ( Asisten Rumah Tangga ) , Sopir kita, Tukang Taman kita... 
Hidup ini bukan tentang untung Rugi, Bukan tentang Milik sendiri.. Tp dgn Berbagi Sedikit yang kita punya kita sdh Mencintai Tuhan kita masing2 yg kita percayai #respectotherpeople #respectourmaid #respectourdriver#loveotherpeople #Godislove

(Translation:"Your pembantu is part of your life. a reflection of your humanity. Imagine you are in their position, no phone to hold, not invited to eat, Eyes just looking around. They chew while we swallow. 
We must respect and love our maids, our drivers, our gardeners...
Life is not about profits and loss, it is not about ourselves .. By sharing a little of what we have then we are sharing the love of God. #respectotherpeople #respectourmaid #respectourdriver #loveotherpeople #Godislove
Life is born of giving.")


Household service workers are humans and they should be treated as such.They also need to be taken care of  and treated well.

ALSO READ: 

PHILS. PLAN TO BAN DH  DEPLOYMENT IN KUWAIT 

PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE FOR HSWS IN KSA

©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO

Friday, August 19, 2016

SAUDI ARABIA NEWS POST: HSW RAPED VICTIM DIED IN SAUDI, P1.2B HELPED FROM KING SALMAN & LATE AT WORK PENALTY AND DEPORTATION


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OFW raped by employer dies in Saudi
Online campaign to temporarily stop sending kasambahay to Saudi and Kuwait.
LABOR Secretary Silvestre Bello III confirmed that the overseas Filipino worker (OFW) in Saudi Arabia who was allegedly raped by her employer has passed away.

According to Bello, Irma Avila Edloy, 35, died Friday in King Salman Hospital in Riyadh due to severe injuries and after few days of being in a coma.

Bello said Edloy had implicated her employer in the sexual assault prior to becoming unconscious.

The victim arrived in Riyadh last July 28.

According to her medical reports, the Pinay suffers laceration in her private part and had several bruises on face and body.

 

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King Salman, gives P1.2B for stranded OFW and other expats in Saudi

KING Salman of Saudi Arabia gives SR100 million or P1.2 billion for the food, medicines, accommodation and airfare of almost 10,000 stranded and jobless overseas Filipino workers in the Kingdom including other nationalities as well.

According to the statement of the Saudi embassy in Manila, this is in accordance with the promise of the government of Saudi Arabia to protect the rights of migrant workers in their country included the stranded OFWs.

Earlier, the government of Saudi promise to shoulder all cost of repatriation of  jobless Pinoy workers including plane tickets for those who wants to go home. Hopefully, this will start, tomorrow, August 20.

This was agreed upon the meeting of Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay JR. and Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III with Saudi Ambassador to Manila Abdullah al-Bussairy to facilitate the said repatriation.

As of this writing, many stranded OFW in Saudi still doesn't want to go home in spite of being jobless due to lack of employment in the Philippines.
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Fine, deportation awaits absent workers in Saudi

A Hefty fine of SR10,000, deportation, working ban for five years and 6 months jail term are the penalty awaits for expatriate workers remaining absent from work in Saudi Arabia.

The Passport Department (Jawazat) point out that residents and expats should follow the rules and directives by reporting workers who violate the residency (iqama) and labor regulations, “including workers remaining absent, especially domestic workers”.

The Passport Department warned employers not to shelter, transport or employ violators.

The absentee expatriate worker can be reported by an employer by registering "Huroob" by dialing 989 or through Absher website of Ministry of Interior.


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Monday, August 15, 2016

POEA APPROVED JOBS BOUND FOR BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

For interested job applicants, to know more about these  job opportunities and to submit your application, you may contact the recruitment agency linked on each job order.  These private employment agencies are licensed to process the visa and your job application. 





Brunei is one of the top countries that Filipino migrant workers target to find employment because it is closer to the Philippines, and it is more relaxed compared to other Muslim countries like in the  Middle East. It is rich, has very low cost of living and offers tax free remuneration. Here are the jobs, the latest approved job orders for overseas workers or for those who wish to work abroad. 
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As per the rules set by POEA regarding placement fee, there should be no placement fee for household service workers like domestic worker and family driver. While for other jobs, placement fee should not exceed the 1 month equivalent salary for the job. This placement fee should only be collected after contracts had been signed for the job. 

We encourage applicants to report any violation on the placement fee policy to POEA. Illegal collection of placement shall be grounds for revocation of agency license. '


We advise individuals who are looking for employment  to browse the open positions or newly approved employment opportunity and find that will fit your qualifications and experiences, and inquire directly to the assigned agency that will process your application.


  Country  Position  Agency
  Date Approved
  JO Balance
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTAILORRISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC8/9/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER GENERALWORLD CLASS CAREER ICONS` CORPORATION8/8/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSEXCEL GREEN KARD INTL INC8/8/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMBAKERBAILEY CORPORATION8/5/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCHEFSACRED HEART INTERNATIONAL SERVICES, INC8/5/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)8/5/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKSACRED HEART INTERNATIONAL SERVICES, INC8/5/20163
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOK ASSISTANTSACRED HEART INTERNATIONAL SERVICES, INC8/5/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOK ASSISTANTD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)8/5/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOURIERMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC8/5/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDELIVERYMANBAILEY CORPORATION8/5/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMAKER COFFEEBAILEY CORPORATION8/5/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTAILORHENSON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES INC8/5/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSSACRED HEART INTERNATIONAL SERVICES, INC8/5/201610
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSBAILEY CORPORATION8/5/201615
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)8/5/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCHEF BAKERYSACRED HEART INTERNATIONAL SERVICES, INC8/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDECORATOR CAKESACRED HEART INTERNATIONAL SERVICES, INC8/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMELECTRICIANBAILEY CORPORATION8/4/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMENGINEERBAILEY CORPORATION8/4/20167
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORERMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC8/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOURERBAILEY CORPORATION8/4/201610
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMOPTOMETRISTMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC8/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSEWERRISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC8/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSUPERVISORRISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC8/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSUPERVISORBAILEY CORPORATION8/4/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTEACHERGLOBALPRO MULTISERVICES INC8/4/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTECHNICIAN AIRCOND A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)8/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTECHNICIAN CIVILBAILEY CORPORATION8/4/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER FACTORYMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC8/2/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER SHOPHENSON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES INC8/2/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER SHOPEXCEL GREEN KARD INTL INC8/2/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSEWERZIPPY INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES, INC.8/2/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWORKER MAINTENANCESACRED HEART INTERNATIONAL SERVICES, INC8/2/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMBEAUTICIANEJM GLOBAL MANPOWER CORPORATION8/1/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMHAIRDRESSEREJM GLOBAL MANPOWER CORPORATION8/1/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMANICURE/PEDICUREEJM GLOBAL MANPOWER CORPORATION8/1/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMPACKERCENTURY HIGH HR INC8/1/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTECHNICIAN VIDEOMORI INTERNATIONAL AGENCY CORPORATION8/1/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSCENTURY HIGH HR INC8/1/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWORKER GENERALQUINTINIANS PLACEMENT AGENCY INC8/1/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSELLER FISHSTAFF SEEKERS INT'L MANPOWER CORPORATION7/29/201620
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMASSISTANT FOOD PREPARATIONRISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMATTENDANT FOOD SERVICERISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKRISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/28/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/28/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCUTTERBAILEY CORPORATION7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDIRECTOR MANAGINGRISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRIVERSUNWAY INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES, INC.7/28/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRIVERRISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMHELPER KITCHENRISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLAUNDRYMANCONFEDERAL PROJECT MANPOWER SERVICES INC.7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLAUNDRYMANSUNWAY INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES, INC.7/28/201610
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMAKER BEVERAGED A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/28/201610
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSEWERBAILEY CORPORATION7/28/201610
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSRISE MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/28/20169
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITRESSCONFEDERAL PROJECT MANPOWER SERVICES INC.7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWORKER CONSTRUCTIONHENSON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES INC7/28/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/27/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOK ASSISTANTMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/27/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDOMESTIC HELPERMMG INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES CORPORATION7/27/201632
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRINKMAKERMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/27/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMINSTRUCTOR FITNESSMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/27/20162










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BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMANAGER OPERATIONSMANUMOTI MANPOWER INTERNATIONAL INC7/27/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMANAGER/SUPERVISORMANUMOTI MANPOWER INTERNATIONAL INC7/27/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/27/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMANALYST COMPUTERDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/26/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDOMESTIC HELPERMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/26/201620
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRIVERDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/26/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRIVER TRAILERDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/26/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOREREJM GLOBAL MANPOWER CORPORATION7/26/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOURERDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/26/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOURERMMG INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES CORPORATION7/26/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMECHANICDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/26/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMOFFICER BUSINESS DEVELOPMENTDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/26/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMOPERATOR CRANEDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/26/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMOPERATOR FORKLIFTDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/26/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSUPERVISOREJM GLOBAL MANPOWER CORPORATION7/26/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSUPERVISORDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/26/20163
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOURERGERDIN INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER INC7/22/20169
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMASSISTANT SHOPHENSON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES INC7/21/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMELECTRICIANBUILDING BETTER LIVES MANPOWER SERVICES INTERNATIONAL INC7/21/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTECHNICIAN CONTROL PANELOMANFIL INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION7/21/2016Open
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMASSISTANT SHOPMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/20/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMBEAUTICIANMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/20/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCHEF COOKCONFEDERAL PROJECT MANPOWER SERVICES INC.7/20/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRINKMAKERMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/20/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMHAIRSTYLISTMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/20/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORERMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/20/201611
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER SHOPCONFEDERAL PROJECT MANPOWER SERVICES INC.7/20/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOURERGREAT ONE INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENCY INC (FORMERLY GREAT ONE MANPOWER A7/20/20168
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMANICURISTMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/20/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSHAMPOOGIRLMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/20/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSUPERVISOR GENERALMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/20/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMBENDER STEELGLOBALPRO MULTISERVICES INC7/19/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMHAIRSTYLISTHENSON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES INC7/19/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOURERGLOBALPRO MULTISERVICES INC7/19/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMECHANICGLOBALPRO MULTISERVICES INC7/19/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSHAMPOOGIRLHENSON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES INC7/19/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCHEF SUSHIDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/18/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCHEF SUSHI ASSISTANTDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/18/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCLEANERGLOBALPRO MULTISERVICES INC7/18/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKGLOBALPRO MULTISERVICES INC7/18/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/18/20166
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRIVERDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/18/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMHELPER KITCHENDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/18/20166
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMINSTRUCTORMANUMOTI MANPOWER INTERNATIONAL INC7/18/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSUPERVISORGLOBALPRO MULTISERVICES INC7/18/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSGLOBALPRO MULTISERVICES INC7/18/20168
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSGREAT ONE INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENCY INC (FORMERLY GREAT ONE MANPOWER A7/18/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITRESSD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/18/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWORKER HOUSEHOLD SERVICEM.H.D. MANPOWER & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INC7/18/201649
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKSUNRISE SEARCH & SUPPORT INC7/15/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMHELPER KITCHENGREAT ONE INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENCY INC (FORMERLY GREAT ONE MANPOWER A7/15/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMKITCHEN HELPERSUNRISE SEARCH & SUPPORT INC7/15/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMAKER BEVERAGEGREAT ONE INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENCY INC (FORMERLY GREAT ONE MANPOWER A7/15/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMANAGER ASSISTANTSUNRISE SEARCH & SUPPORT INC7/15/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMOPERATOR PEST CONTROLMORI INTERNATIONAL AGENCY CORPORATION7/15/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTAILORHENSON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES INC7/15/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSSUNRISE SEARCH & SUPPORT INC7/15/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITRESSGREAT ONE INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENCY INC (FORMERLY GREAT ONE MANPOWER A7/15/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMASSISTANT SHOPD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRIVERD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMENGINEER CIVILD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORERD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20168
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER SHOPD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20169
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOURERD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20167
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMASOND A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMPAINTERD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSALES EXECUTIVED A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20167
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSUPERVISORD A RODRIGO INTERNATIONAL INC (FOR REYSANT INTL SVCS INC)7/14/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITRESSBAGUIO BENGUET INTERNATIONAL RECRUITMENT AGENCY INC7/14/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWASHERMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/14/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKGLOBALPRO MULTISERVICES INC7/13/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/13/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMENGINEER SALESOMANFIL INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION7/13/2016Open
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMHELPER KITCHENMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/13/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTECHNICIANJEMSTONE GLOBAL RECRUITMENT AGENCY COMPANY INC7/13/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTECHNICIAN SWITCH BOARDOMANFIL INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION7/13/2016Open
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITER/WAITRESSMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/13/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDOMESTIC HELPERWORLD CLASS CAREER ICONS` CORPORATION7/12/201695
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORERMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/12/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER GENERALRAPID MANPOWER CONSULTANTS INC7/12/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTECHNICIANSTAFF SEEKERS INT'L MANPOWER CORPORATION7/12/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMWAITRESSBUILDING BETTER LIVES MANPOWER SERVICES INTERNATIONAL INC7/12/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMANALYST SYSTEMDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRIVERDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMDRIVER TRAILERDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER GENERALDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER SHOPDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20163
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMOPERATOR HEAVY EQUIPMENTDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20164
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMPROGRAMMERDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20163
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSALES EXECUTIVEDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSUPERVISOR INTERNETDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTECHNICIAN COMPUTERDREAM FORCE INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES INC7/8/20162
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMASSISTANT SHOPCAREER INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SOLUTION INC7/7/20163
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORERCAREER INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SOLUTION INC7/7/20167
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER SHOPMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/7/20163
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOURERCAREER INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SOLUTION INC7/7/20167
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMANAGER MARKETINGMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/7/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMANAGER RETAIL/OPERATIONSMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC7/7/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMPLUMBER/CARPENTERCAREER INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SOLUTION INC7/7/20168
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMSUPERVISORCAREER INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SOLUTION INC7/7/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMTECHNICIANCAREER INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SOLUTION INC7/7/20165
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABORER SHOPHENSON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES INC7/5/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMBUTCHERCONFEDERAL PROJECT MANPOWER SERVICES INC.7/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCLEANERGREAT ONE INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENCY INC (FORMERLY GREAT ONE MANPOWER A7/4/201620
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCOOKCONFEDERAL PROJECT MANPOWER SERVICES INC.7/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMLABOURERGREAT ONE INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT AGENCY INC (FORMERLY GREAT ONE MANPOWER A7/4/20168
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMMAKER COFFEECONFEDERAL PROJECT MANPOWER SERVICES INC.7/4/20161
BRUNEI DARUSSALAMCONSULTANT TRAVEL10TH STORY PLACEMENT AGENCY, INC.7/1/20161




We advise individual seeking jobs to browse the open positions or newly approved job positions and find that will fit your qualifications and experiences, and inquire directly to the assigned agency that will process your application.


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