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Monday, May 21, 2018

Recruitment Agencies To Shoulder The Mandatory Training For HSWs

As the total deployment ban in Kuwait was lifted, the recruitment agencies deploying overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Kuwait will be under strict monitoring by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

Labor Usec. Jacinto Paras said that is going to have a meeting with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to draft new guidelines in sending OFWs to the Gulf State. It also includes reviewing the licenses of the recruitment agencies.
The recruitment agencies will also be required to provide training especially for Household Service Workers (HSW) before their deployment at no cost to the HSWs.
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As the total deployment ban in Kuwait was lifted, the recruitment agencies deploying overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Kuwait will be under strict monitoring by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).  Labor Usec. Jacinto Paras said that is going to have a meeting with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to draft new guidelines in sending OFWs to the Gulf State. It also includes reviewing the licenses of the recruitment agencies.  The recruitment agencies will also be required to provide training especially for Household Service Workers (HSW) before their deployment at no cost to the HSWs.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links       According to DOLE data, there are about 5,000 OFW  who are now ready for their deployment in Kuwait while about 15, 000 more are on process.   Senate Committee on Labor, Employment, and Human Resources Development is asking for Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)  to submit a report regarding the required training that the OFWs must undergo prior to their deployment abroad.  Committee chairman Senator Joel Villanueva, wanted to check if the requirement for OFWs to undergo training before the OFWs are finally allowed for deployment is strictly being followed. Villanueva also cited that it is also important to know the difficulties and problems they found out while the soon to be deployed HSWs are still undergoing the training.  Malcañang added that HSWs would undergo “mandatory training” that would be shouldered by their recruiters.  The mandatory training, he said, would be in addition to training HSWs already at the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority’s (TESDA).  “We would want to know whether this has been complied, how many recruitment agencies are complying, how many HSWs have been certified prior to deployment, and what are the problems encountered,” Villanueva said.  The Philippine government imposed a ban on the deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait, amidst reports of violence and abuse of employers in that Gulf state.  “We urge the DOLE and POEA to conscientiously pursue the upgrading of household service work as a profession with unique skills set and not slaves consistent with ILO Convention 189 on Domestic Work, which the country actively campaigned for,” Villanueva said. “Our HSWs should already be armed with NC II certificates as professional service workers, and recruitment agencies should be required to deploy only certified HSWs.”      READ MORE: OFW Help Desks From TESDA Now Available at International Airports  Signs That You And Your Partner Have An Unhealthy Communication    It's More Deadly In The Philippines? Tourism Ad In New York, Vandalized    Earn While Helping Your Friends Get Their Loan      List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And Home Loan From Union Bank

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According to DOLE data, there are about 5,000 OFW  who are now ready for their deployment in Kuwait while about 15, 000 more are on process.


Senate Committee on Labor, Employment, and Human Resources Development is asking for Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)  to submit a report regarding the required training that the OFWs must undergo prior to their deployment abroad.


Committee chairman Senator Joel Villanueva, wanted to check if the requirement for OFWs to undergo training before the OFWs are finally allowed for deployment is strictly being followed.
Villanueva also cited that it is also important to know the difficulties and problems they found out while the soon to be deployed HSWs are still undergoing the training.

Malcañang added that HSWs would undergo “mandatory training” that would be shouldered by their recruiters.

The mandatory training, he said, would be in addition to training HSWs already at the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority’s (TESDA).
As the total deployment ban in Kuwait was lifted, the recruitment agencies deploying overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Kuwait will be under strict monitoring by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).  Labor Usec. Jacinto Paras said that is going to have a meeting with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to draft new guidelines in sending OFWs to the Gulf State. It also includes reviewing the licenses of the recruitment agencies.  The recruitment agencies will also be required to provide training especially for Household Service Workers (HSW) before their deployment at no cost to the HSWs.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links       According to DOLE data, there are about 5,000 OFW  who are now ready for their deployment in Kuwait while about 15, 000 more are on process.   Senate Committee on Labor, Employment, and Human Resources Development is asking for Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)  to submit a report regarding the required training that the OFWs must undergo prior to their deployment abroad.  Committee chairman Senator Joel Villanueva, wanted to check if the requirement for OFWs to undergo training before the OFWs are finally allowed for deployment is strictly being followed. Villanueva also cited that it is also important to know the difficulties and problems they found out while the soon to be deployed HSWs are still undergoing the training.  Malcañang added that HSWs would undergo “mandatory training” that would be shouldered by their recruiters.  The mandatory training, he said, would be in addition to training HSWs already at the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority’s (TESDA).  “We would want to know whether this has been complied, how many recruitment agencies are complying, how many HSWs have been certified prior to deployment, and what are the problems encountered,” Villanueva said.  The Philippine government imposed a ban on the deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait, amidst reports of violence and abuse of employers in that Gulf state.  “We urge the DOLE and POEA to conscientiously pursue the upgrading of household service work as a profession with unique skills set and not slaves consistent with ILO Convention 189 on Domestic Work, which the country actively campaigned for,” Villanueva said. “Our HSWs should already be armed with NC II certificates as professional service workers, and recruitment agencies should be required to deploy only certified HSWs.”      READ MORE: OFW Help Desks From TESDA Now Available at International Airports  Signs That You And Your Partner Have An Unhealthy Communication    It's More Deadly In The Philippines? Tourism Ad In New York, Vandalized    Earn While Helping Your Friends Get Their Loan      List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And
The Philippine government imposed a ban on the deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait, amidst reports of violence and abuse of employers in that Gulf state.
As the total deployment ban in Kuwait was lifted, the recruitment agencies deploying overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Kuwait will be under strict monitoring by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).  Labor Usec. Jacinto Paras said that is going to have a meeting with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to draft new guidelines in sending OFWs to the Gulf State. It also includes reviewing the licenses of the recruitment agencies.  The recruitment agencies will also be required to provide training especially for Household Service Workers (HSW) before their deployment at no cost to the HSWs.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links       According to DOLE data, there are about 5,000 OFW  who are now ready for their deployment in Kuwait while about 15, 000 more are on process.   Senate Committee on Labor, Employment, and Human Resources Development is asking for Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)  to submit a report regarding the required training that the OFWs must undergo prior to their deployment abroad.  Committee chairman Senator Joel Villanueva, wanted to check if the requirement for OFWs to undergo training before the OFWs are finally allowed for deployment is strictly being followed. Villanueva also cited that it is also important to know the difficulties and problems they found out while the soon to be deployed HSWs are still undergoing the training.  Malcañang added that HSWs would undergo “mandatory training” that would be shouldered by their recruiters.  The mandatory training, he said, would be in addition to training HSWs already at the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority’s (TESDA).  “We would want to know whether this has been complied, how many recruitment agencies are complying, how many HSWs have been certified prior to deployment, and what are the problems encountered,” Villanueva said.  The Philippine government imposed a ban on the deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait, amidst reports of violence and abuse of employers in that Gulf state.  “We urge the DOLE and POEA to conscientiously pursue the upgrading of household service work as a profession with unique skills set and not slaves consistent with ILO Convention 189 on Domestic Work, which the country actively campaigned for,” Villanueva said. “Our HSWs should already be armed with NC II certificates as professional service workers, and recruitment agencies should be required to deploy only certified HSWs.”      READ MORE: OFW Help Desks From TESDA Now Available at International Airports  Signs That You And Your Partner Have An Unhealthy Communication    It's More Deadly In The Philippines? Tourism Ad In New York, Vandalized    Earn While Helping Your Friends Get Their Loan      List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And


As the total deployment ban in Kuwait was lifted, the recruitment agencies deploying overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Kuwait will be under strict monitoring by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).  Labor Usec. Jacinto Paras said that is going to have a meeting with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to draft new guidelines in sending OFWs to the Gulf State. It also includes reviewing the licenses of the recruitment agencies.  The recruitment agencies will also be required to provide training especially for Household Service Workers (HSW) before their deployment at no cost to the HSWs.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links       According to DOLE data, there are about 5,000 OFW  who are now ready for their deployment in Kuwait while about 15, 000 more are on process.   Senate Committee on Labor, Employment, and Human Resources Development is asking for Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)  to submit a report regarding the required training that the OFWs must undergo prior to their deployment abroad.  Committee chairman Senator Joel Villanueva, wanted to check if the requirement for OFWs to undergo training before the OFWs are finally allowed for deployment is strictly being followed. Villanueva also cited that it is also important to know the difficulties and problems they found out while the soon to be deployed HSWs are still undergoing the training.  Malcañang added that HSWs would undergo “mandatory training” that would be shouldered by their recruiters.  The mandatory training, he said, would be in addition to training HSWs already at the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority’s (TESDA).  “We would want to know whether this has been complied, how many recruitment agencies are complying, how many HSWs have been certified prior to deployment, and what are the problems encountered,” Villanueva said.  The Philippine government imposed a ban on the deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait, amidst reports of violence and abuse of employers in that Gulf state.  “We urge the DOLE and POEA to conscientiously pursue the upgrading of household service work as a profession with unique skills set and not slaves consistent with ILO Convention 189 on Domestic Work, which the country actively campaigned for,” Villanueva said. “Our HSWs should already be armed with NC II certificates as professional service workers, and recruitment agencies should be required to deploy only certified HSWs.”      READ MORE: OFW Help Desks From TESDA Now Available at International Airports  Signs That You And Your Partner Have An Unhealthy Communication    It's More Deadly In The Philippines? Tourism Ad In New York, Vandalized    Earn While Helping Your Friends Get Their Loan      List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And Home Loan From Union Bank
As the total deployment ban in Kuwait was lifted, the recruitment agencies deploying overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Kuwait will be under strict monitoring by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).  Labor Usec. Jacinto Paras said that is going to have a meeting with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to draft new guidelines in sending OFWs to the Gulf State. It also includes reviewing the licenses of the recruitment agencies.  The recruitment agencies will also be required to provide training especially for Household Service Workers (HSW) before their deployment at no cost to the HSWs.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links       According to DOLE data, there are about 5,000 OFW  who are now ready for their deployment in Kuwait while about 15, 000 more are on process.   Senate Committee on Labor, Employment, and Human Resources Development is asking for Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)  to submit a report regarding the required training that the OFWs must undergo prior to their deployment abroad.  Committee chairman Senator Joel Villanueva, wanted to check if the requirement for OFWs to undergo training before the OFWs are finally allowed for deployment is strictly being followed. Villanueva also cited that it is also important to know the difficulties and problems they found out while the soon to be deployed HSWs are still undergoing the training.  Malcañang added that HSWs would undergo “mandatory training” that would be shouldered by their recruiters.  The mandatory training, he said, would be in addition to training HSWs already at the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority’s (TESDA).  “We would want to know whether this has been complied, how many recruitment agencies are complying, how many HSWs have been certified prior to deployment, and what are the problems encountered,” Villanueva said.  The Philippine government imposed a ban on the deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait, amidst reports of violence and abuse of employers in that Gulf state.  “We urge the DOLE and POEA to conscientiously pursue the upgrading of household service work as a profession with unique skills set and not slaves consistent with ILO Convention 189 on Domestic Work, which the country actively campaigned for,” Villanueva said. “Our HSWs should already be armed with NC II certificates as professional service workers, and recruitment agencies should be required to deploy only certified HSWs.”      READ MORE: OFW Help Desks From TESDA Now Available at International Airports  Signs That You And Your Partner Have An Unhealthy Communication    It's More Deadly In The Philippines? Tourism Ad In New York, Vandalized    Earn While Helping Your Friends Get Their Loan      List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And Home Loan From Union Bank




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