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Friday, May 11, 2018

OFWs in Oman? Here are 7 Rights You Should Know and Salary You Should Earn

Oman is another country in the Middle East that is hiring Filipino workers every month. But don't you know how much Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) earn in that country per month?
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Oman is another country in the Middle East that is hiring Filipino workers every month. But don't you know how much Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) earn in that country per month?  According to Philippine Embassy in Oman, employed Filipino workers should earn at least OMR290 (approximately Php39,000) per month while working in the country. Including in the salary is OFW's minimum pay and other monthly financial benefits.  Because of this, the Philippine Embassy in Oman is reminding the sponsors or principal employers as well as foreign recruitment agencies of the basic rights due to all Filipino workers. Aside from the minimum monthly payments, the Philippine Overseas Labour Office (POLO) listed the following rights of OFWs in the Gulf state!  1. Passports should be kept with the worker unless voluntary entrusted to persons or institution, preferably with FRAs.  2. Workers are entitled to a paid leave (day off/rest day) of one day per week.  3. Sponsors must pay a month basic salary of not less than USD400 or OMR160 for domestic workers, and more than OMR160 for skilled workers.  4. The sponsor must provide decent food or its equivalent of food allowance of not less than OMR30.  5. The sponsors must also provide a suitable and safe accommodation or its equivalent accommodation allowance of not less than OMR80.  6. The sponsor must also provide free transportation from the worker’s accommodation to the worksite and vice versa, or an equivalent transportation allowance of not less than OMR20.  7. The sponsor must provide health and accident insurance of the worker valid throughout the period of the working visa/contract.
According to Philippine Embassy in Oman, employed Filipino workers should earn at least OMR290 (approximately Php39,000) per month while working in the country. Including in the salary is OFW's minimum pay and other monthly financial benefits.
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Because of this, the Philippine Embassy in Oman is reminding the sponsors or principal employers as well as foreign recruitment agencies of the basic rights due to all Filipino workers.



Aside from the minimum monthly payments, the Philippine Overseas Labour Office (POLO) listed the following rights of OFWs in the Gulf state!


1. Passports should be kept with the worker unless voluntary entrusted to persons or institution, preferably with FRAs.

2. Workers are entitled to a paid leave (day off/rest day) of one day per week.
Oman is another country in the Middle East that is hiring Filipino workers every month. But don't you know how much Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) earn in that country per month?  According to Philippine Embassy in Oman, employed Filipino workers should earn at least OMR290 (approximately Php39,000) per month while working in the country. Including in the salary is OFW's minimum pay and other monthly financial benefits.  Because of this, the Philippine Embassy in Oman is reminding the sponsors or principal employers as well as foreign recruitment agencies of the basic rights due to all Filipino workers. Aside from the minimum monthly payments, the Philippine Overseas Labour Office (POLO) listed the following rights of OFWs in the Gulf state!  1. Passports should be kept with the worker unless voluntary entrusted to persons or institution, preferably with FRAs.  2. Workers are entitled to a paid leave (day off/rest day) of one day per week.  3. Sponsors must pay a month basic salary of not less than USD400 or OMR160 for domestic workers, and more than OMR160 for skilled workers.  4. The sponsor must provide decent food or its equivalent of food allowance of not less than OMR30.  5. The sponsors must also provide a suitable and safe accommodation or its equivalent accommodation allowance of not less than OMR80.  6. The sponsor must also provide free transportation from the worker’s accommodation to the worksite and vice versa, or an equivalent transportation allowance of not less than OMR20.  7. The sponsor must provide health and accident insurance of the worker valid throughout the period of the working visa/contract.  There you go OFWs in Oman! We know that working in a foreign land is not easy that is why it is important that we know the rights that are entitled to us.
3. Sponsors must pay a month basic salary of not less than USD400 or OMR160 for domestic workers, and more than OMR160 for skilled workers.

4. The sponsor must provide decent food or its equivalent of food allowance of not less than OMR30.
Oman is another country in the Middle East that is hiring Filipino workers every month. But don't you know how much Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) earn in that country per month?  According to Philippine Embassy in Oman, employed Filipino workers should earn at least OMR290 (approximately Php39,000) per month while working in the country. Including in the salary is OFW's minimum pay and other monthly financial benefits.  Because of this, the Philippine Embassy in Oman is reminding the sponsors or principal employers as well as foreign recruitment agencies of the basic rights due to all Filipino workers. Aside from the minimum monthly payments, the Philippine Overseas Labour Office (POLO) listed the following rights of OFWs in the Gulf state!  1. Passports should be kept with the worker unless voluntary entrusted to persons or institution, preferably with FRAs.  2. Workers are entitled to a paid leave (day off/rest day) of one day per week.  3. Sponsors must pay a month basic salary of not less than USD400 or OMR160 for domestic workers, and more than OMR160 for skilled workers.  4. The sponsor must provide decent food or its equivalent of food allowance of not less than OMR30.  5. The sponsors must also provide a suitable and safe accommodation or its equivalent accommodation allowance of not less than OMR80.  6. The sponsor must also provide free transportation from the worker’s accommodation to the worksite and vice versa, or an equivalent transportation allowance of not less than OMR20.  7. The sponsor must provide health and accident insurance of the worker valid throughout the period of the working visa/contract.  There you go OFWs in Oman! We know that working in a foreign land is not easy that is why it is important that we know the rights that are entitled to us.
5. The sponsors must also provide a suitable and safe accommodation or its equivalent accommodation allowance of not less than OMR80.

6. The sponsor must also provide free transportation from the worker’s accommodation to the worksite and vice versa, or an equivalent transportation allowance of not less than OMR20.
Oman is another country in the Middle East that is hiring Filipino workers every month. But don't you know how much Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) earn in that country per month?  According to Philippine Embassy in Oman, employed Filipino workers should earn at least OMR290 (approximately Php39,000) per month while working in the country. Including in the salary is OFW's minimum pay and other monthly financial benefits.  Because of this, the Philippine Embassy in Oman is reminding the sponsors or principal employers as well as foreign recruitment agencies of the basic rights due to all Filipino workers. Aside from the minimum monthly payments, the Philippine Overseas Labour Office (POLO) listed the following rights of OFWs in the Gulf state!  1. Passports should be kept with the worker unless voluntary entrusted to persons or institution, preferably with FRAs.  2. Workers are entitled to a paid leave (day off/rest day) of one day per week.  3. Sponsors must pay a month basic salary of not less than USD400 or OMR160 for domestic workers, and more than OMR160 for skilled workers.  4. The sponsor must provide decent food or its equivalent of food allowance of not less than OMR30.  5. The sponsors must also provide a suitable and safe accommodation or its equivalent accommodation allowance of not less than OMR80.  6. The sponsor must also provide free transportation from the worker’s accommodation to the worksite and vice versa, or an equivalent transportation allowance of not less than OMR20.  7. The sponsor must provide health and accident insurance of the worker valid throughout the period of the working visa/contract.  There you go OFWs in Oman! We know that working in a foreign land is not easy that is why it is important that we know the rights that are entitled to us.
7. The sponsor must provide health and accident insurance of the worker valid throughout the period of the working visa/contract.

Oman is another country in the Middle East that is hiring Filipino workers every month. But don't you know how much Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) earn in that country per month?  According to Philippine Embassy in Oman, employed Filipino workers should earn at least OMR290 (approximately Php39,000) per month while working in the country. Including in the salary is OFW's minimum pay and other monthly financial benefits.  Because of this, the Philippine Embassy in Oman is reminding the sponsors or principal employers as well as foreign recruitment agencies of the basic rights due to all Filipino workers. Aside from the minimum monthly payments, the Philippine Overseas Labour Office (POLO) listed the following rights of OFWs in the Gulf state!  1. Passports should be kept with the worker unless voluntary entrusted to persons or institution, preferably with FRAs.  2. Workers are entitled to a paid leave (day off/rest day) of one day per week.  3. Sponsors must pay a month basic salary of not less than USD400 or OMR160 for domestic workers, and more than OMR160 for skilled workers.  4. The sponsor must provide decent food or its equivalent of food allowance of not less than OMR30.  5. The sponsors must also provide a suitable and safe accommodation or its equivalent accommodation allowance of not less than OMR80.  6. The sponsor must also provide free transportation from the worker’s accommodation to the worksite and vice versa, or an equivalent transportation allowance of not less than OMR20.  7. The sponsor must provide health and accident insurance of the worker valid throughout the period of the working visa/contract.  There you go OFWs in Oman! We know that working in a foreign land is not easy that is why it is important that we know the rights that are entitled to us.
There you go OFWs in Oman! We know that working in a foreign land is not easy that is why it is important that we know the rights that are entitled to us.


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Oman is another country in the Middle East that is hiring Filipino workers every month. But don't you know how much Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) earn in that country per month?


Saudi Arabia is still one of the top destinations of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), especially for skilled workers. To manage expatriate or foreign hiring in the kingdom, the government is using Iqama also known as a residence permit. This permit is being issued to all expatriate who arrived in Saudi Arabia on an employment visa.  But heads up expats in Saudi Arabia, because there is an increase in Iqama fees in the Kingdom starting this year until 2020. For OFWs in Saudi Arabia or for those who are planning to work in the country, the following are Iqama fees for the next few years.  Iqama Services Fee for 2018, 2019, and 2020  For Domestic Worker 600SR — Iqama fee for the first timer (500SR Iqama Fee + 100SR Work License Fee 650SR — for renewal  For Employees working in the business establishments (Starting January 1, 2018)  If more than 50% of the employees in your company are Saudi nationals, then your fees will be the following; Work Permit Fee — 3,600 SR Iqama Fee —650SR Average Insurance — 450 SR ___________________________ Total — 4,700 SR  If more than 50% of the employees in your sponsored company are foreign workers or expatriate, then your fees will be the following; Work Permit Fee — 4,800 SR Iqama Fee — 650 SR Average Insurance — 450 SR ___________________________ Total — 5,900 SR  For Employees working in the business establishments (Starting January 1, 2019)  If more than 50% of the employees in your sponsored company are Saudi nationals, then your fees will be the following; Work Permit Fee — 6,000 SR Iqama Fee —650SR Average Insurance — 450 SR ___________________________ Total — 7,100 SR  If more than 50% of the employees in your sponsored company are foreign workers or expatriate, then your fees will be the following; Work Permit Fee — 7,200 SR Iqama Fee — 650 SR Average Insurance — 450 SR ___________________________ Total — 8,300 SR  For Employees working in the business establishments (Starting January 1, 2020)  If more than 50% of the employees in your sponsored company are Saudi nationals, then your fees will be the following; Work Permit Fee — 8,400 SR Iqama Fee —650SR Average Insurance — 450 SR __________________________ Total — 9,500 SR  If more than 50% of the employees in your sponsored company are foreign workers or expatriate, then your fees will be the following; Work Permit Fee — 9,600 SR Iqama Fee — 650 SR Average Insurance — 450 SR _______________________________ Total — 10,700 SR


Singapore is a few hours away from the Philippines, making the small city-state one of the top destinations of Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). Every month the country is hiring Filipino workers in the different fields. Filipino domestic helpers or Filipino maids are also in demand in Singapore as well as nurses, engineers and construction workers, among others.  If you are interested in working in Singapore, check this latest job orders from the employment site or job site of Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) this month of May 2018.  Please reminded that jbsolis.com is not a recruitment agency, all information in this article is taken from POEA job posting sites and being sort out for much easier use.   The contact information of recruitment agencies is also listed. Just click your desired jobs to view the recruiter's info where you can ask a further question and send your application letter. Any transaction entered with the following recruitment agencies is at applicants risk and account.

Looking for international employment or job opportunities in other countries? Here are another two countries to consider. Guinea in West Africa and Papua New Guinea in the Pacific. Guinea is one of Africa's richest country due to its mineral wealth while Papua New Guinea is known long before in hiring Filipino workers for their local employment.  If you are interested in working in Guinea and Papua New Guinea, check this latest job orders from the employment site or job site of Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) this month of May 2018.  Please reminded that jbsolis.com is not a recruitment agency, all information in this article is taken from POEA job posting sites and being sort out for much easier use.   The contact information of recruitment agencies is also listed. Just click your desired jobs to view the recruiter's info where you can ask a further question and send your application letter. Any transaction entered with the following recruitment agencies is at applicants risk and account.
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