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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Warning: Lending Apps Will Humiliate You If You Cannot Pay On Time— NPC

Lending apps are everywhere and they offer convenience at first but once you fail to pay on time, they will send humiliating text messages to everyone in your contact list.
The National Privacy Commission warned the people regarding these money lending apps who can degrade and humiliate you. It may not be a big deal to them but the damage they inflict on its borrowers can last forever.

Lending apps are everywhere and they offer convenience at first but once you fail to pay on time, they will send humiliating text messages to everyone in your contact list.  The National Privacy Commission warned the people regarding these money lending apps who can degrade and humiliate you. It may not be a big deal to them but the damage they inflict on its borrowers can last forever.       Ads    The National Privacy Commission (NPC) has issued a warning to the public regarding the online lending apps that humiliate borrowers when they failed to pay their loan promptly.  NPC Commissioner Raymund Enriquez Liboro said NPC has received about 458 complaints against 48 online lending apps.  The lending apps get information from the borrowers’ contact list in their mobile phones before lending them money", Liboro said      Ads      Sponsored Links    Thru a call or texts, they will send a message to every people in your contact list telling them that you are a delinquent borrower, they humiliate or degrade you.    Aside from this, this seems to threaten the person they are sending the messages, too.  Liboro also said that these such things damages reputation…it is not right to ruin one’s character as payment for something like failure to pay on time.      The NPC is hearing the complaints and the side of the lending app developers as well.

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The National Privacy Commission (NPC) has issued a warning to the public regarding the online lending apps that humiliate borrowers when they failed to pay their loan promptly.
 NPC Commissioner Raymund Enriquez Liboro said NPC has received about 458 complaints against 48 online lending apps.

The lending apps get information from the borrowers’ contact list in their mobile phones before lending them money", Liboro said


Lending apps are everywhere and they offer convenience at first but once you fail to pay on time, they will send humiliating text messages to everyone in your contact list.  The National Privacy Commission warned the people regarding these money lending apps who can degrade and humiliate you. It may not be a big deal to them but the damage they inflict on its borrowers can last forever.       Ads    The National Privacy Commission (NPC) has issued a warning to the public regarding the online lending apps that humiliate borrowers when they failed to pay their loan promptly.  NPC Commissioner Raymund Enriquez Liboro said NPC has received about 458 complaints against 48 online lending apps.  The lending apps get information from the borrowers’ contact list in their mobile phones before lending them money", Liboro said      Ads      Sponsored Links    Thru a call or texts, they will send a message to every people in your contact list telling them that you are a delinquent borrower, they humiliate or degrade you.    Aside from this, this seems to threaten the person they are sending the messages, too.  Liboro also said that these such things damages reputation…it is not right to ruin one’s character as payment for something like failure to pay on time.      The NPC is hearing the complaints and the side of the lending app developers as well.

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Thru a call or texts, they will send a message to every people in your contact list telling them that you are a delinquent borrower, they humiliate or degrade you.

Aside from this, this seems to threaten the person they are sending the messages, too. It can be also annoying that you can receive such messages every day in the part of the people who had done nothing except they are included in the borrower's contact list.

Liboro also said that these such things damages reputation…it is not right to ruin one’s character as payment for something like failure to pay on time.

It is also a violation of a person's privacy.
Lending apps are everywhere and they offer convenience at first but once you fail to pay on time, they will send humiliating text messages to everyone in your contact list.  The National Privacy Commission warned the people regarding these money lending apps who can degrade and humiliate you. It may not be a big deal to them but the damage they inflict on its borrowers can last forever.       Ads    The National Privacy Commission (NPC) has issued a warning to the public regarding the online lending apps that humiliate borrowers when they failed to pay their loan promptly.  NPC Commissioner Raymund Enriquez Liboro said NPC has received about 458 complaints against 48 online lending apps.  The lending apps get information from the borrowers’ contact list in their mobile phones before lending them money", Liboro said      Ads      Sponsored Links    Thru a call or texts, they will send a message to every people in your contact list telling them that you are a delinquent borrower, they humiliate or degrade you.    Aside from this, this seems to threaten the person they are sending the messages, too.  Liboro also said that these such things damages reputation…it is not right to ruin one’s character as payment for something like failure to pay on time.      The NPC is hearing the complaints and the side of the lending app developers as well.

The NPC is hearing the complaints and the side of the lending app developers as well.
©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

Senate Approves Shorter Work Days For Local Employees

Under the proposal, which is now approved, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.

Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."

"As I always say, we are now in the age of robotics, the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. Today, work need not be confined in a certain place or office. Work need not happen at the same time. Work can be done remotely," he said.


Under the proposal, which is now approved, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.  Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."  "As I always say, we are now in the age of robotics, the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. Today, work need not be confined in a certain place or office. Work need not happen at the same time. Work can be done remotely," he said.       Ads           The Senate approved on third reading on Monday a bill that will give employers and employees an option to adopt flexible working arrangements.  With 17 affirmative votes and no negative votes, the Senate approved Bill 1571 or the proposed Alternative Working Arrangement Act.  The bill seeks to the amendment of Article 83 of the Labor Code. It seeks to make an exception to the normal eight hours of work a day Under the proposal, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.  Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."  Villanueva, chairman of the Senate Committee on Labor, Employment and Human Resources Development, noted that an alternative working arrangement or flexible working is a necessity and that every Filipino worker deserves to have this statutory right.  Ads      Sponsored Links    The senator also shared that a number of companies companies are already implementing non-traditional working arrangements, such as flexitime, four-day workweek, compressed workweek, working from home, shift flexibility, among others, to give their workers more independence and control over their work.  Apart from the benefits, the bill provides to employees, the senator said the bill has massive benefits as well to employers.  Among the benefits of flexible working arrangement to employers are less expense on recruitment and training, and huge savings resulting from the reduction of traffic congestion.

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Under the proposal, which is now approved, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.  Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."  "As I always say, we are now in the age of robotics, the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. Today, work need not be confined in a certain place or office. Work need not happen at the same time. Work can be done remotely," he said.       Ads           The Senate approved on third reading on Monday a bill that will give employers and employees an option to adopt flexible working arrangements.  With 17 affirmative votes and no negative votes, the Senate approved Bill 1571 or the proposed Alternative Working Arrangement Act.  The bill seeks to the amendment of Article 83 of the Labor Code. It seeks to make an exception to the normal eight hours of work a day Under the proposal, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.  Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."  Villanueva, chairman of the Senate Committee on Labor, Employment and Human Resources Development, noted that an alternative working arrangement or flexible working is a necessity and that every Filipino worker deserves to have this statutory right.  Ads      Sponsored Links    The senator also shared that a number of companies companies are already implementing non-traditional working arrangements, such as flexitime, four-day workweek, compressed workweek, working from home, shift flexibility, among others, to give their workers more independence and control over their work.  Apart from the benefits, the bill provides to employees, the senator said the bill has massive benefits as well to employers.  Among the benefits of flexible working arrangement to employers are less expense on recruitment and training, and huge savings resulting from the reduction of traffic congestion.

Under the proposal, which is now approved, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.  Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."  "As I always say, we are now in the age of robotics, the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. Today, work need not be confined in a certain place or office. Work need not happen at the same time. Work can be done remotely," he said.       Ads           The Senate approved on third reading on Monday a bill that will give employers and employees an option to adopt flexible working arrangements.  With 17 affirmative votes and no negative votes, the Senate approved Bill 1571 or the proposed Alternative Working Arrangement Act.  The bill seeks to the amendment of Article 83 of the Labor Code. It seeks to make an exception to the normal eight hours of work a day Under the proposal, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.  Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."  Villanueva, chairman of the Senate Committee on Labor, Employment and Human Resources Development, noted that an alternative working arrangement or flexible working is a necessity and that every Filipino worker deserves to have this statutory right.  Ads      Sponsored Links    The senator also shared that a number of companies companies are already implementing non-traditional working arrangements, such as flexitime, four-day workweek, compressed workweek, working from home, shift flexibility, among others, to give their workers more independence and control over their work.  Apart from the benefits, the bill provides to employees, the senator said the bill has massive benefits as well to employers.  Among the benefits of flexible working arrangement to employers are less expense on recruitment and training, and huge savings resulting from the reduction of traffic congestion.

The Senate approved on third reading on Monday a bill that will give employers and employees an option to adopt flexible working arrangements.

With 17 affirmative votes and no negative votes, the Senate approved Bill 1571 or the proposed Alternative Working Arrangement Act.

The bill seeks to the amendment of Article 83 of the Labor Code. It seeks to make an exception to the normal eight hours of work a day Under the proposal, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.

Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."
Under the proposal, which is now approved, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.  Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."  "As I always say, we are now in the age of robotics, the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. Today, work need not be confined in a certain place or office. Work need not happen at the same time. Work can be done remotely," he said.       Ads           The Senate approved on third reading on Monday a bill that will give employers and employees an option to adopt flexible working arrangements.  With 17 affirmative votes and no negative votes, the Senate approved Bill 1571 or the proposed Alternative Working Arrangement Act.  The bill seeks to the amendment of Article 83 of the Labor Code. It seeks to make an exception to the normal eight hours of work a day Under the proposal, alternative working hours shall not exceed 48 hours a week and there is no reduction of existing benefits.  Senator Joel Villanueva, author, and sponsor of the measure said his proposal is an "answer to the changes in the labor market and in the nature of employment."  Villanueva, chairman of the Senate Committee on Labor, Employment and Human Resources Development, noted that an alternative working arrangement or flexible working is a necessity and that every Filipino worker deserves to have this statutory right.  Ads      Sponsored Links    The senator also shared that a number of companies companies are already implementing non-traditional working arrangements, such as flexitime, four-day workweek, compressed workweek, working from home, shift flexibility, among others, to give their workers more independence and control over their work.  Apart from the benefits, the bill provides to employees, the senator said the bill has massive benefits as well to employers.  Among the benefits of flexible working arrangement to employers are less expense on recruitment and training, and huge savings resulting from the reduction of traffic congestion.
Villanueva, chairman of the Senate Committee on Labor, Employment and Human Resources Development, noted that an alternative working arrangement or flexible working is a necessity and that every Filipino worker deserves to have this statutory right.


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The senator also shared that a number of companies companies are already implementing non-traditional working arrangements, such as flexitime, four-day workweek, compressed workweek, working from home, shift flexibility, among others, to give their workers more independence and control over their work.

Apart from the benefits, the bill provides to employees, the senator said the bill has massive benefits as well to employers.

Among the benefits of flexible working arrangement to employers are less expense on recruitment and training, and huge savings resulting from the reduction of traffic congestion.
©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

List of Foreclosed Properties for Sale from PAG-IBIG Fund


Pag-IBIG Fund is one of the many government agencies that offer acquired properties or foreclosed properties for sale through public auctions. So if you are looking for real properties to buy, foreclosed properties are a good option especially if you are looking for a cheaper property to acquire. Below is the list of PAG-IBIG acquired properties for sale for the month of June 2019!  You can check here for the complete list of foreclosed properties from Pag-IBIG!   Jbsolis.com is not affiliated nor connected with Pag-IBIG Fund. This post is for general purposes only. This list is not intended as a recommendation of any particular company or product. To find the right opportunity for you, regardless of cost, it’s important that you do your due diligence. Please transact only with the bank’s authorized personnel. Jbsolis is not liable for any transaction or contract entered into that is related to this listing.


Pag-IBIG Fund is one of the many government agencies that offer acquired properties or foreclosed properties for sale through public auctions. So if you are looking for real properties to buy, foreclosed properties are a good option especially if you are looking for a cheaper property to acquire. Below is the list of PAG-IBIG acquired properties for sale for the month of June 2019!


You can check here for the complete list of foreclosed properties from Pag-IBIG!

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When: June 14, 2019
Where: Roof deck JELP Business Solution Center, No. 409 Shaw Boulevard, Bgy. Addition Hills, Mandaluyong City







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When: June 13, 2019
Where: Roof deck JELP Business Solution Center, No. 409 Shaw Boulevard, Bgy. Addition Hills, Mandaluyong City









Jbsolis.com is not affiliated nor connected with Pag-IBIG Fund. This post is for general purposes only. This list is not intended as a recommendation of any particular company or product. 

To find the right opportunity for you, regardless of cost, it’s important that you do your due diligence. Please transact only with the Pag-IBIG's authorized personnel. Jbsolis is not liable for any transaction or contract entered into that is related to this listing.

This article is filed under foreclosed properties for sale, foreclosure listing, bank properties, vacant lot for sale, house and lot for sale, Pag-IBIG Fund. 

©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Filipino Workers, In Need in Cuba, Cook Islands and Cayman Islands




Cuba, the Cook Islands, and the Cayman Islands are in need of Filipino workers. Cuba is a country in North America and the largest island in the Caribbean Sea. It is located between the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean! The country is in need of hundreds of Filipino workers particularly carpenters, electricians, foreman, plumbers, welders and many more! On the other hand, the Cayman Islands is a British Territory in the western Caribbean Sea also in North America. Just like Cuba, this territory is also in need of Filipino workers such as janitors, secretaries, domestic helpers, technicians among others.  Meanwhile, the Cook Islands is located in Oceania and dependent territory of New Zealand.  The Cook Islands is in need of housekeeping staff, office personnel, service crew, and many others!  Below is the list of approved job orders from the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)  as of May 2019!
Cuba, the Cook Islands, and the Cayman Islands are in need of Filipino workers. Cuba is a country in North America and the largest island in the Caribbean Sea. It is located between the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean! The country is in need of hundreds of Filipino workers particularly carpenters, electricians, foreman, plumbers, welders and many more!

On the other hand, the Cayman Islands is a British Territory in the western Caribbean Sea also in North America. Just like Cuba, this territory is also in need of Filipino workers such as janitors, secretaries, domestic helpers, technicians among others.

Meanwhile, the Cook Islands is located in Oceania and dependent territory of New Zealand. The Cook Islands is in need of housekeeping staff, office personnel, service crew, and many others!

Below is the list of approved job orders from the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) as of May 2019!

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Country : COOK ISLANDS
  Country  Position  Agency
  Date Approved
  JO Balance
COOK ISLANDSHANDYMAN MAINTENANCEMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC5/8/20191
COOK ISLANDSSTAFF HOUSEKEEPINGMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC5/8/20191
COOK ISLANDSCHEF PASTRYMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC5/2/20192
COOK ISLANDSCREW SERVICEMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC5/2/20192
COOK ISLANDSKITCHEN HANDMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC5/2/20192
COOK ISLANDSDRESSMAKER CUT AND SEWMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC4/16/20191
COOK ISLANDSKITCHEN HANDMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC4/16/20191
COOK ISLANDSSTAFF HOUSEKEEPINGMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC4/16/20192
COOK ISLANDSACCOUNTANT STAFFMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC4/15/20192
COOK ISLANDSPERSONNEL OFFICEMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC4/15/20192
COOK ISLANDSSTAFF HOUSEKEEPINGMIGRANT WORKERS MANPOWER AGENCY INC4/15/20192

Country : CUBA
  Country  Position  Agency
  Date Approved
  JO Balance
CUBAACCOUNTANT SENIORCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20191
CUBABUYER ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20195
CUBACARPENTERCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20199
CUBACARPENTER ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/201910
CUBACARPENTER LEADCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBACARPENTER LEAD ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBACLERKCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20193
CUBACLERK DATA ENTRYCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBACLERK WORK CONTROLCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20194
CUBACOORDINATOR PROJECTCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20191
CUBAELECTRICIANCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20199
CUBAELECTRICIAN ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/201912
CUBAELECTRICIAN LEADCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAESTIMATOR CIVIL JUNIORCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAESTIMATOR MECHANICAL JUNIORCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAESTIMATOR PLANNERCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20195
CUBAEXPEDITER MATERIALCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20194
CUBAFOREMANCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAFOREMAN SITECELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20191
CUBAHEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANICCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20193
CUBAHEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20194
CUBAHEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20194
CUBAHELPER TRADECELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/201911
CUBAHELPER TRADES LEVEL ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20196
CUBAINSPECTOR LEADCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAINSPECTOR QUALITY CONTROLCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20194
CUBAINSPECTOR SAFETYCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20193
CUBALABORERCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20196
CUBALEAD BUYERCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBALEAD MASONCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBALEAD MECHANIC HEAVY EQUIPMENTCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBALEAD TECHNICIAN HVACCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20193
CUBAMACHINISTCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAMANAGER QUALITY CONTROLCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20191
CUBAMANAGER SAFETYCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20191
CUBAMASONCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20198
CUBAMASON ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/201910
CUBAMECHANIC HVACCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20194
CUBAMECHANIC HVAC LEADCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAMECHANIC LIGHT & HEAVY DUTY VEHICLECELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20194
CUBAOFFICER SAFETYCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAPAINTERCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20199
CUBAPAINTER ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/201912
CUBAPAINTER LEADCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAPLANNER AND ESTIMATOR STRUCTURALCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAPLANNER SCHEDULERCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20194
CUBAPLUMBERCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20197
CUBAPLUMBER ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/201912
CUBAPLUMBER LEADCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAPURCHASING AGENTCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBAROOFERCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/201910
CUBASUPERINTENDENTCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20191
CUBASUPERINTENDENT ELECTRICALCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20191
CUBASUPERINTENDENT FIELDCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192
CUBATECHNICIAN HVACCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20198
CUBATECHNICIAN SAFETYCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20193
CUBATECHNICIAN WAREHOUSECELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20193
CUBAWAREHOUSEMANCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20194
CUBAWAREHOUSEMAN LEADCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20193
CUBAWELDERCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20198
CUBAWELDER ICELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20198
CUBAWELDER LEADCELEVY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION5/2/20192

Jbsolis.com is NOT a recruitment agency and we are NOT processing nor accepting applications for jobs abroad. All information in this article is taken from the website of POEA — www.poea.gov.ph for general purposes only. Recruitment agencies are being linked to each job order so that interested applicants may know where to coordinate and apply for their desired position.

Interested applicant may double-check the job orders as well as the license of the hiring recruitment agencies in the POEA website to make sure everything is legal.

This article is filed under Filipino workers, hiring Filipino workers, overseas jobs, jobs abroad, international employment opportunities,  jobs near me.

©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO