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Tuesday, February 06, 2018

Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE


According to Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) there are over 600 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Qatar who are loosing their jobs due to a prevailing diplomatic crisis with its brother Arab countries and the number are expected to rise in the coming days.   Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the rising number of displacements among OFWs in Qatar is causing Philippine government to be more concerned about them.     Bello said that the prevailing diplomatic crisis had caused closures of companies and retrenchment of hundreds of Filipino workers in Qatar.   However, Bello said, the ongoing displacement has not reach the extent of suspending deployment of OFWs to Qatar.  Sponsored Links    Labor Undersecretary Ciriaco Lagunzad III said about 644 Filipino workers have been affected by the diplomatic crisis between Qatar and other Middle East countries.  Bello said DOLE is sending to Qatar and other countries in the Middle East this month, a team headed by Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) deputy administrator Arnel Ignacio to check on the welfare and conditions of OFWs in the region.     He also reported minimal displacement of Filipino workers in Saudi Arabia as a result of the oil crisis and the Saudization program.  The government will try to facilitate re-employment of the displaced workers or repatriate them and offer to avail themselves of the DOLE’s reintegration program, said Lagunzad.    Read More:       How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)      SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?     OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac
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According to Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) there are over 600 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Qatar who are loosing their jobs due to a prevailing diplomatic crisis with its brother Arab countries and the numbers are expected to rise in the coming days.

Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the rising number of displacements among OFWs in Qatar is causing 
Philippine government to be more concerned about them.
According to Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) there are over 600 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Qatar who are loosing their jobs due to a prevailing diplomatic crisis with its brother Arab countries and the number are expected to rise in the coming days.   Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the rising number of displacements among OFWs in Qatar is causing Philippine government to be more concerned about them.     Bello said that the prevailing diplomatic crisis had caused closures of companies and retrenchment of hundreds of Filipino workers in Qatar.   However, Bello said, the ongoing displacement has not reach the extent of suspending deployment of OFWs to Qatar.  Sponsored Links    Labor Undersecretary Ciriaco Lagunzad III said about 644 Filipino workers have been affected by the diplomatic crisis between Qatar and other Middle East countries.  Bello said DOLE is sending to Qatar and other countries in the Middle East this month, a team headed by Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) deputy administrator Arnel Ignacio to check on the welfare and conditions of OFWs in the region.     He also reported minimal displacement of Filipino workers in Saudi Arabia as a result of the oil crisis and the Saudization program.  The government will try to facilitate re-employment of the displaced workers or repatriate them and offer to avail themselves of the DOLE’s reintegration program, said Lagunzad.    Read More:       How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)      SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?     OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac

Bello said that the prevailing diplomatic crisis had caused 
closures of companies and retrenchment of hundreds of Filipino workers in Qatar. 
However, Bello said, the ongoing displacement has not reach the extent of suspending deployment of OFWs to Qatar.
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According to Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) there are over 600 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Qatar who are loosing their jobs due to a prevailing diplomatic crisis with its brother Arab countries and the number are expected to rise in the coming days.   Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the rising number of displacements among OFWs in Qatar is causing Philippine government to be more concerned about them.     Bello said that the prevailing diplomatic crisis had caused closures of companies and retrenchment of hundreds of Filipino workers in Qatar.   However, Bello said, the ongoing displacement has not reach the extent of suspending deployment of OFWs to Qatar.  Sponsored Links    Labor Undersecretary Ciriaco Lagunzad III said about 644 Filipino workers have been affected by the diplomatic crisis between Qatar and other Middle East countries.  Bello said DOLE is sending to Qatar and other countries in the Middle East this month, a team headed by Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) deputy administrator Arnel Ignacio to check on the welfare and conditions of OFWs in the region.     He also reported minimal displacement of Filipino workers in Saudi Arabia as a result of the oil crisis and the Saudization program.  The government will try to facilitate re-employment of the displaced workers or repatriate them and offer to avail themselves of the DOLE’s reintegration program, said Lagunzad.    Read More:       How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)      SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?     OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac
Labor Undersecretary Ciriaco Lagunzad III said about 644 Filipino workers have been affected by the diplomatic crisis between Qatar and other Middle East countries.

Bello said DOLE is sending to Qatar and other countries in the Middle East this month, a team headed by Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) deputy administrator Arnel Ignacio to check on the welfare and conditions of OFWs in the region.


He also reported minimal displacement of Filipino workers in Saudi Arabia as a result of the oil crisis and the Saudization program.
According to Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) there are over 600 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Qatar who are loosing their jobs due to a prevailing diplomatic crisis with its brother Arab countries and the number are expected to rise in the coming days.   Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the rising number of displacements among OFWs in Qatar is causing Philippine government to be more concerned about them.     Bello said that the prevailing diplomatic crisis had caused closures of companies and retrenchment of hundreds of Filipino workers in Qatar.   However, Bello said, the ongoing displacement has not reach the extent of suspending deployment of OFWs to Qatar.  Sponsored Links    Labor Undersecretary Ciriaco Lagunzad III said about 644 Filipino workers have been affected by the diplomatic crisis between Qatar and other Middle East countries.  Bello said DOLE is sending to Qatar and other countries in the Middle East this month, a team headed by Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) deputy administrator Arnel Ignacio to check on the welfare and conditions of OFWs in the region.     He also reported minimal displacement of Filipino workers in Saudi Arabia as a result of the oil crisis and the Saudization program.  The government will try to facilitate re-employment of the displaced workers or repatriate them and offer to avail themselves of the DOLE’s reintegration program, said Lagunzad.    Read More:       How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)      SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?     OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac
The government will try to facilitate re-employment of the displaced workers or repatriate them and offer to avail themselves of the DOLE’s reintegration program, said Lagunzad.

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