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Thursday, July 05, 2018

Tips On How To Use Smartphone And Social Media Accounts Wisely For HSWs

Having a smartphone with internet and social media access is now a usual thing and even kids own it. For the overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who are miles away from their loved ones, it is a necessity.
 On the new memorandum of understanding signed between the government of the Philippines and Kuwait, which ended the deployment ban of OFWs to Kuwait, one of the provisions is to allow household service workers to own a smartphone in order to connect with their family back home.
Being allowed to have a smartphone has its many advantages if it is being used correctly and appropriately, otherwise, it can cause problems and it can cost even our cherished overseas job.
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Having a smartphone with internet and social media access is now a usual thing and even kids own it. For the overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who are miles away from their loved ones, it is a necessity.   On the new memorandum of understanding signed between the government of the Philippines and Kuwait, which ended the deployment ban of OFWs to Kuwait, one of the provisions is to allow household service workers to own a smartphone in order to connect with their family back home.  Being allowed to have a smartphone has its many advantages if it is being used correctly and appropriately, otherwise, it can cause problems and it can cost even our cherished overseas job.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links     We collate tips on how to use your smartphone and social media accounts wisely to save from any possible problems that might arise if you do not use them right especially if you are working in the Middle East.    Just recently, an OFW who recorded a video of her sponsor in Saudi Arabia without permission is on the brink of deportation and losing her job because she posted the said video recording on social media showing her female sponsor not wearing a headdress. It is strictly not allowed!    Another domestic worker was charged with child pornography in Hong Kong by doing a Facebook live video of her sponsor's kid taking a bath.    In cases of abusive sponsors, you may take a photo or a video but for the purpose of showing it to the proper authority only and not for social media posting.      So our tip # 1 would be:   Do not take photos or video of your sponsor or any member of their family and post it on social media without permission.    As a social media account user, it is important that we secure our personal information well. Keep it from other people even from our sponsors. It is our right.      Tip #2:  If your sponsor asks for your social media or email account username and password, never give it to them.    Even if we have the privilege of using a smartphone at work, it is important that we keep our posts private.  For instance, a household worker who was assigned to clean her sponsor's room struck a pose for a selfie putting her sponsor's jewelry on. Later, she posted that selfie on her social media account with privacy settings in public. The sponsor's kid saw it. The result, her sponsor said that her wristwatch is missing and said she took it even if she did not.      Tip # 3:  Be careful and set your social media posts privacy settings always as private or which can be viewed by your friends only.      Joy has been told to look after the child on her care while the kid is on the swimming pool learning how to swim. But as soon her employer left, she snapped a selfie and uploaded it on Facebook  She did not notice that the kid she supposed to look after pulled another kid, a child of her employer's friend, under the pool. The kid told that matter to her mother and said that instead of looking after the kid, the nanny was busy taking selfies, that's why she did not even saw what the kid did to him/her. She could have prevented the kid from pulling him/her under the pool. Joy's selfie caused her to lose her job.    Tip #4: Be mindful of your duties and do not prioritize doing selfies just to be updated with your social media posts. You did not go abroad just to take selfies. You are there to work and earn for your family.     It is very important that we have a smartphone and its primary use is to get in touch with our family back home. You can get updates on what happening to them in real time and vice versa. It is also important that you keep updated contact numbers of people that might help you in case of emergency.        Tip #5:  Keep your mobile phone updated of important contact numbers of the Philippine Embassy in your host country especially the assistance to nationals hotline, your recruitment agency, or any friend that may extend help in times of trouble.    Communication is very important. Nowadays, it is made easier by modern technology through the internet and calling and messaging apps that allow you to get in touch with your family and friends no matter how far you are. Maximizing the use of smartphones and social media to your advantage should come with a caution.  If we are not careful with our actions, we can be held liable and can even cause us greater things.    So enjoy being online and stay safe.   READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help  Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement  Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    DTI Offers P5K To P200K To Small Business Owners    How Filipinos Can Get Free Oman Visa?    "No Homework On Weekends Policy" - Does it Apply to Private Schools?

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We collate tips on how to use your smartphone and social media accounts wisely to save from any possible problems that might arise if you do not use them right especially if you are working in the Middle East.

Just recently, an OFW who recorded a video of her sponsor in Saudi Arabia without permission is on the brink of deportation and losing her job because she posted the said video recording on social media showing her female sponsor not wearing a headdress. It is strictly not allowed!

Another domestic worker was charged with child pornography in Hong Kong by doing a Facebook live video of her sponsor's kid taking a bath.

In cases of abusive sponsors, you may take a photo or a video but for the purpose of showing it to the proper authority only and not for social media posting.
Having a smartphone with internet and social media access is now a usual thing and even kids own it. For the overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who are miles away from their loved ones, it is a necessity.   On the new memorandum of understanding signed between the government of the Philippines and Kuwait, which ended the deployment ban of OFWs to Kuwait, one of the provisions is to allow household service workers to own a smartphone in order to connect with their family back home.  Being allowed to have a smartphone has its many advantages if it is being used correctly and appropriately, otherwise, it can cause problems and it can cost even our cherished overseas job.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links     We collate tips on how to use your smartphone and social media accounts wisely to save from any possible problems that might arise if you do not use them right especially if you are working in the Middle East.    Just recently, an OFW who recorded a video of her sponsor in Saudi Arabia without permission is on the brink of deportation and losing her job because she posted the said video recording on social media showing her female sponsor not wearing a headdress. It is strictly not allowed!    Another domestic worker was charged with child pornography in Hong Kong by doing a Facebook live video of her sponsor's kid taking a bath.    In cases of abusive sponsors, you may take a photo or a video but for the purpose of showing it to the proper authority only and not for social media posting.      So our tip # 1 would be:   Do not take photos or video of your sponsor or any member of their family and post it on social media without permission.    As a social media account user, it is important that we secure our personal information well. Keep it from other people even from our sponsors. It is our right.      Tip #2:  If your sponsor asks for your social media or email account username and password, never give it to them.    Even if we have the privilege of using a smartphone at work, it is important that we keep our posts private.  For instance, a household worker who was assigned to clean her sponsor's room struck a pose for a selfie putting her sponsor's jewelry on. Later, she posted that selfie on her social media account with privacy settings in public. The sponsor's kid saw it. The result, her sponsor said that her wristwatch is missing and said she took it even if she did not.      Tip # 3:  Be careful and set your social media posts privacy settings always as private or which can be viewed by your friends only.      Joy has been told to look after the child on her care while the kid is on the swimming pool learning how to swim. But as soon her employer left, she snapped a selfie and uploaded it on Facebook  She did not notice that the kid she supposed to look after pulled another kid, a child of her employer's friend, under the pool. The kid told that matter to her mother and said that instead of looking after the kid, the nanny was busy taking selfies, that's why she did not even saw what the kid did to him/her. She could have prevented the kid from pulling him/her under the pool. Joy's selfie caused her to lose her job.    Tip #4: Be mindful of your duties and do not prioritize doing selfies just to be updated with your social media posts. You did not go abroad just to take selfies. You are there to work and earn for your family.     It is very important that we have a smartphone and its primary use is to get in touch with our family back home. You can get updates on what happening to them in real time and vice versa. It is also important that you keep updated contact numbers of people that might help you in case of emergency.        Tip #5:  Keep your mobile phone updated of important contact numbers of the Philippine Embassy in your host country especially the assistance to nationals hotline, your recruitment agency, or any friend that may extend help in times of trouble.    Communication is very important. Nowadays, it is made easier by modern technology through the internet and calling and messaging apps that allow you to get in touch with your family and friends no matter how far you are. Maximizing the use of smartphones and social media to your advantage should come with a caution.  If we are not careful with our actions, we can be held liable and can even cause us greater things.    So enjoy being online and stay safe.   READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help  Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement  Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    DTI Offers P5K To P200K To Small Business Owners    How Filipinos Can Get Free Oman Visa?    "No Homework On Weekends Policy" - Does it Apply to Private Schools?

So our tip # 1 would be: 
Do not take photos or video of your sponsor or any member of their family and post it on social media without permission.

As a social media account user, it is important that we secure our personal information well. Keep it from other people even from our sponsors. It is our right.
Having a smartphone with internet and social media access is now a usual thing and even kids own it. For the overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who are miles away from their loved ones, it is a necessity.   On the new memorandum of understanding signed between the government of the Philippines and Kuwait, which ended the deployment ban of OFWs to Kuwait, one of the provisions is to allow household service workers to own a smartphone in order to connect with their family back home.  Being allowed to have a smartphone has its many advantages if it is being used correctly and appropriately, otherwise, it can cause problems and it can cost even our cherished overseas job.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links     We collate tips on how to use your smartphone and social media accounts wisely to save from any possible problems that might arise if you do not use them right especially if you are working in the Middle East.    Just recently, an OFW who recorded a video of her sponsor in Saudi Arabia without permission is on the brink of deportation and losing her job because she posted the said video recording on social media showing her female sponsor not wearing a headdress. It is strictly not allowed!    Another domestic worker was charged with child pornography in Hong Kong by doing a Facebook live video of her sponsor's kid taking a bath.    In cases of abusive sponsors, you may take a photo or a video but for the purpose of showing it to the proper authority only and not for social media posting.      So our tip # 1 would be:   Do not take photos or video of your sponsor or any member of their family and post it on social media without permission.    As a social media account user, it is important that we secure our personal information well. Keep it from other people even from our sponsors. It is our right.      Tip #2:  If your sponsor asks for your social media or email account username and password, never give it to them.    Even if we have the privilege of using a smartphone at work, it is important that we keep our posts private.  For instance, a household worker who was assigned to clean her sponsor's room struck a pose for a selfie putting her sponsor's jewelry on. Later, she posted that selfie on her social media account with privacy settings in public. The sponsor's kid saw it. The result, her sponsor said that her wristwatch is missing and said she took it even if she did not.      Tip # 3:  Be careful and set your social media posts privacy settings always as private or which can be viewed by your friends only.      Joy has been told to look after the child on her care while the kid is on the swimming pool learning how to swim. But as soon her employer left, she snapped a selfie and uploaded it on Facebook  She did not notice that the kid she supposed to look after pulled another kid, a child of her employer's friend, under the pool. The kid told that matter to her mother and said that instead of looking after the kid, the nanny was busy taking selfies, that's why she did not even saw what the kid did to him/her. She could have prevented the kid from pulling him/her under the pool. Joy's selfie caused her to lose her job.    Tip #4: Be mindful of your duties and do not prioritize doing selfies just to be updated with your social media posts. You did not go abroad just to take selfies. You are there to work and earn for your family.     It is very important that we have a smartphone and its primary use is to get in touch with our family back home. You can get updates on what happening to them in real time and vice versa. It is also important that you keep updated contact numbers of people that might help you in case of emergency.        Tip #5:  Keep your mobile phone updated of important contact numbers of the Philippine Embassy in your host country especially the assistance to nationals hotline, your recruitment agency, or any friend that may extend help in times of trouble.    Communication is very important. Nowadays, it is made easier by modern technology through the internet and calling and messaging apps that allow you to get in touch with your family and friends no matter how far you are. Maximizing the use of smartphones and social media to your advantage should come with a caution.  If we are not careful with our actions, we can be held liable and can even cause us greater things.    So enjoy being online and stay safe.   READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help  Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement  Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    DTI Offers P5K To P200K To Small Business Owners    How Filipinos Can Get Free Oman Visa?    "No Homework On Weekends Policy" - Does it Apply to Private Schools?

Tip #2:
If your sponsor asks for your social media or email account username and password, never give it to them.

Even if we have the privilege of using a smartphone at work, it is important that we keep our posts private.
For instance, a household worker who was assigned to clean her sponsor's room struck a pose for a selfie putting her sponsor's jewelry on. Later, she posted that selfie on her social media account with privacy settings in public. The sponsor's kid saw it. The result, her sponsor said that her wristwatch is missing and said she took it even if she did not.
Having a smartphone with internet and social media access is now a usual thing and even kids own it. For the overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who are miles away from their loved ones, it is a necessity.   On the new memorandum of understanding signed between the government of the Philippines and Kuwait, which ended the deployment ban of OFWs to Kuwait, one of the provisions is to allow household service workers to own a smartphone in order to connect with their family back home.  Being allowed to have a smartphone has its many advantages if it is being used correctly and appropriately, otherwise, it can cause problems and it can cost even our cherished overseas job.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links     We collate tips on how to use your smartphone and social media accounts wisely to save from any possible problems that might arise if you do not use them right especially if you are working in the Middle East.    Just recently, an OFW who recorded a video of her sponsor in Saudi Arabia without permission is on the brink of deportation and losing her job because she posted the said video recording on social media showing her female sponsor not wearing a headdress. It is strictly not allowed!    Another domestic worker was charged with child pornography in Hong Kong by doing a Facebook live video of her sponsor's kid taking a bath.    In cases of abusive sponsors, you may take a photo or a video but for the purpose of showing it to the proper authority only and not for social media posting.      So our tip # 1 would be:   Do not take photos or video of your sponsor or any member of their family and post it on social media without permission.    As a social media account user, it is important that we secure our personal information well. Keep it from other people even from our sponsors. It is our right.      Tip #2:  If your sponsor asks for your social media or email account username and password, never give it to them.    Even if we have the privilege of using a smartphone at work, it is important that we keep our posts private.  For instance, a household worker who was assigned to clean her sponsor's room struck a pose for a selfie putting her sponsor's jewelry on. Later, she posted that selfie on her social media account with privacy settings in public. The sponsor's kid saw it. The result, her sponsor said that her wristwatch is missing and said she took it even if she did not.      Tip # 3:  Be careful and set your social media posts privacy settings always as private or which can be viewed by your friends only.      Joy has been told to look after the child on her care while the kid is on the swimming pool learning how to swim. But as soon her employer left, she snapped a selfie and uploaded it on Facebook  She did not notice that the kid she supposed to look after pulled another kid, a child of her employer's friend, under the pool. The kid told that matter to her mother and said that instead of looking after the kid, the nanny was busy taking selfies, that's why she did not even saw what the kid did to him/her. She could have prevented the kid from pulling him/her under the pool. Joy's selfie caused her to lose her job.    Tip #4: Be mindful of your duties and do not prioritize doing selfies just to be updated with your social media posts. You did not go abroad just to take selfies. You are there to work and earn for your family.     It is very important that we have a smartphone and its primary use is to get in touch with our family back home. You can get updates on what happening to them in real time and vice versa. It is also important that you keep updated contact numbers of people that might help you in case of emergency.        Tip #5:  Keep your mobile phone updated of important contact numbers of the Philippine Embassy in your host country especially the assistance to nationals hotline, your recruitment agency, or any friend that may extend help in times of trouble.    Communication is very important. Nowadays, it is made easier by modern technology through the internet and calling and messaging apps that allow you to get in touch with your family and friends no matter how far you are. Maximizing the use of smartphones and social media to your advantage should come with a caution.  If we are not careful with our actions, we can be held liable and can even cause us greater things.    So enjoy being online and stay safe.   READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help  Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement  Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    DTI Offers P5K To P200K To Small Business Owners    How Filipinos Can Get Free Oman Visa?    "No Homework On Weekends Policy" - Does it Apply to Private Schools?

Tip # 3:
Be careful and set your social media posts privacy settings always as private or which can be viewed by your friends only.


Joy has been told to look after the child on her care while the kid is on the swimming pool learning how to swim. But as soon her employer left, she snapped a selfie and uploaded it on Facebook

She did not notice that the kid she supposed to look after pulled another kid, a child of her employer's friend, under the pool.
The kid told that matter to her mother and said that instead of looking after the kid, the nanny was busy taking selfies, that's why she did not even saw what the kid did to him/her. She could have prevented the kid from pulling him/her under the pool.
Joy's selfie caused her to lose her job.
Having a smartphone with internet and social media access is now a usual thing and even kids own it. For the overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who are miles away from their loved ones, it is a necessity.   On the new memorandum of understanding signed between the government of the Philippines and Kuwait, which ended the deployment ban of OFWs to Kuwait, one of the provisions is to allow household service workers to own a smartphone in order to connect with their family back home.  Being allowed to have a smartphone has its many advantages if it is being used correctly and appropriately, otherwise, it can cause problems and it can cost even our cherished overseas job.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links     We collate tips on how to use your smartphone and social media accounts wisely to save from any possible problems that might arise if you do not use them right especially if you are working in the Middle East.    Just recently, an OFW who recorded a video of her sponsor in Saudi Arabia without permission is on the brink of deportation and losing her job because she posted the said video recording on social media showing her female sponsor not wearing a headdress. It is strictly not allowed!    Another domestic worker was charged with child pornography in Hong Kong by doing a Facebook live video of her sponsor's kid taking a bath.    In cases of abusive sponsors, you may take a photo or a video but for the purpose of showing it to the proper authority only and not for social media posting.      So our tip # 1 would be:   Do not take photos or video of your sponsor or any member of their family and post it on social media without permission.    As a social media account user, it is important that we secure our personal information well. Keep it from other people even from our sponsors. It is our right.      Tip #2:  If your sponsor asks for your social media or email account username and password, never give it to them.    Even if we have the privilege of using a smartphone at work, it is important that we keep our posts private.  For instance, a household worker who was assigned to clean her sponsor's room struck a pose for a selfie putting her sponsor's jewelry on. Later, she posted that selfie on her social media account with privacy settings in public. The sponsor's kid saw it. The result, her sponsor said that her wristwatch is missing and said she took it even if she did not.      Tip # 3:  Be careful and set your social media posts privacy settings always as private or which can be viewed by your friends only.      Joy has been told to look after the child on her care while the kid is on the swimming pool learning how to swim. But as soon her employer left, she snapped a selfie and uploaded it on Facebook  She did not notice that the kid she supposed to look after pulled another kid, a child of her employer's friend, under the pool. The kid told that matter to her mother and said that instead of looking after the kid, the nanny was busy taking selfies, that's why she did not even saw what the kid did to him/her. She could have prevented the kid from pulling him/her under the pool. Joy's selfie caused her to lose her job.    Tip #4: Be mindful of your duties and do not prioritize doing selfies just to be updated with your social media posts. You did not go abroad just to take selfies. You are there to work and earn for your family.     It is very important that we have a smartphone and its primary use is to get in touch with our family back home. You can get updates on what happening to them in real time and vice versa. It is also important that you keep updated contact numbers of people that might help you in case of emergency.        Tip #5:  Keep your mobile phone updated of important contact numbers of the Philippine Embassy in your host country especially the assistance to nationals hotline, your recruitment agency, or any friend that may extend help in times of trouble.    Communication is very important. Nowadays, it is made easier by modern technology through the internet and calling and messaging apps that allow you to get in touch with your family and friends no matter how far you are. Maximizing the use of smartphones and social media to your advantage should come with a caution.  If we are not careful with our actions, we can be held liable and can even cause us greater things.    So enjoy being online and stay safe.   READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help  Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement  Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    DTI Offers P5K To P200K To Small Business Owners    How Filipinos Can Get Free Oman Visa?    "No Homework On Weekends Policy" - Does it Apply to Private Schools?

Tip #4:
Be mindful of your duties and do not prioritize doing selfies just to be updated with your social media posts. You did not go abroad just to take selfies. You are there to work and earn for your family.


It is very important that we have a smartphone and its primary use is to get in touch with our family back home. You can get updates on what happening to them in real time and vice versa. It is also important that you keep updated contact numbers of people that might help you in case of emergency.
Having a smartphone with internet and social media access is now a usual thing and even kids own it. For the overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who are miles away from their loved ones, it is a necessity.   On the new memorandum of understanding signed between the government of the Philippines and Kuwait, which ended the deployment ban of OFWs to Kuwait, one of the provisions is to allow household service workers to own a smartphone in order to connect with their family back home.  Being allowed to have a smartphone has its many advantages if it is being used correctly and appropriately, otherwise, it can cause problems and it can cost even our cherished overseas job.  Advertisement        Sponsored Links     We collate tips on how to use your smartphone and social media accounts wisely to save from any possible problems that might arise if you do not use them right especially if you are working in the Middle East.    Just recently, an OFW who recorded a video of her sponsor in Saudi Arabia without permission is on the brink of deportation and losing her job because she posted the said video recording on social media showing her female sponsor not wearing a headdress. It is strictly not allowed!    Another domestic worker was charged with child pornography in Hong Kong by doing a Facebook live video of her sponsor's kid taking a bath.    In cases of abusive sponsors, you may take a photo or a video but for the purpose of showing it to the proper authority only and not for social media posting.      So our tip # 1 would be:   Do not take photos or video of your sponsor or any member of their family and post it on social media without permission.    As a social media account user, it is important that we secure our personal information well. Keep it from other people even from our sponsors. It is our right.      Tip #2:  If your sponsor asks for your social media or email account username and password, never give it to them.    Even if we have the privilege of using a smartphone at work, it is important that we keep our posts private.  For instance, a household worker who was assigned to clean her sponsor's room struck a pose for a selfie putting her sponsor's jewelry on. Later, she posted that selfie on her social media account with privacy settings in public. The sponsor's kid saw it. The result, her sponsor said that her wristwatch is missing and said she took it even if she did not.      Tip # 3:  Be careful and set your social media posts privacy settings always as private or which can be viewed by your friends only.      Joy has been told to look after the child on her care while the kid is on the swimming pool learning how to swim. But as soon her employer left, she snapped a selfie and uploaded it on Facebook  She did not notice that the kid she supposed to look after pulled another kid, a child of her employer's friend, under the pool. The kid told that matter to her mother and said that instead of looking after the kid, the nanny was busy taking selfies, that's why she did not even saw what the kid did to him/her. She could have prevented the kid from pulling him/her under the pool. Joy's selfie caused her to lose her job.    Tip #4: Be mindful of your duties and do not prioritize doing selfies just to be updated with your social media posts. You did not go abroad just to take selfies. You are there to work and earn for your family.     It is very important that we have a smartphone and its primary use is to get in touch with our family back home. You can get updates on what happening to them in real time and vice versa. It is also important that you keep updated contact numbers of people that might help you in case of emergency.        Tip #5:  Keep your mobile phone updated of important contact numbers of the Philippine Embassy in your host country especially the assistance to nationals hotline, your recruitment agency, or any friend that may extend help in times of trouble.    Communication is very important. Nowadays, it is made easier by modern technology through the internet and calling and messaging apps that allow you to get in touch with your family and friends no matter how far you are. Maximizing the use of smartphones and social media to your advantage should come with a caution.  If we are not careful with our actions, we can be held liable and can even cause us greater things.    So enjoy being online and stay safe.   READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help  Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement  Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Can A Family Of Five Survive With P10K Income In A Month?    DTI Offers P5K To P200K To Small Business Owners    How Filipinos Can Get Free Oman Visa?    "No Homework On Weekends Policy" - Does it Apply to Private Schools?
  
Tip #5:
Keep your mobile phone updated of important contact numbers of the Philippine Embassy in your host country especially the assistance to nationals hotline, your recruitment agency, or any friend that may extend help in times of trouble.

Communication is very important. Nowadays, it is made easier by modern technology through the internet and calling and messaging apps that allow you to get in touch with your family and friends no matter how far you are. Maximizing the use of smartphones and social media to your advantage should come with a caution.
If we are not careful with our actions, we can be held liable and can even cause us greater things. 

So enjoy being online and stay safe.



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