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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Israel to Hire 1,000 Filipino Hotel Workers





Another good news to Filipinos who want to work abroad. Israel will now be allowed 1,000 Filipinos to work in the country's hotel industry! This is the effect of the agreement signed by Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Silvestre Bello III and his Israeli counterpart, Tourism Minister Yariv Levin last December 10.  Aside from the generation of 1,000 hotel jobs, the signed agreement will also benefit the Filipino caregivers in Israel. It said that exploitative placement fees that are being charged to Filipino workers would be reduced if not eliminated.   According to Levin the arrival of 1,000 Filipino workers in Israel is a big help in the current and severe staff shortage that affecting Israeli hotel industry inspire of tourism growth. He said that the primary problem of the tourism industry right now is the labor shortage. And with the agreement, he signed with the Philippines, the quota of foreign workers especially Filipinos in their hotel industry will increase. Levin hopes that this thing will solve labor shortage both in housekeeping and cleaning. Base on the data of Tourism Ministry there are 1, 550 vacant cleaning position in the country while jobs that require training including cooks and waiters has 1,600 unfilled positions. Levin said the industry has experienced difficulty in recruiting Israeli workers, regardless of wages. For his part, DOLE Chief said that this agreement is a welcome cooperation between the Philippines and Israel and that he is certain that additional agreements will push through. Bello explains that workers that will arrive in Israel will be English speakers and have completed a professional training program sponsored by the Filipino government. They will be employed directly by Israeli hotels and not through contractors. The additional workers will be deployed to the following regions; Dead Sea Tel Aviv and Central Regions Jerusalem and Northern Israel As of now there are around 28,000 Filipino living or working in Israel mainly as caregivers.  As of now, the following are jobs orders from Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) to Israel!
Another good news to Filipinos who want to work abroad. Israel will now be allowed 1,000 Filipinos to work in the country's hotel industry! This is the effect of the agreement signed by Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Silvestre Bello III and his Israeli counterpart, Tourism Minister Yariv Levin last December 10.

Aside from the generation of 1,000 hotel jobs, the signed agreement will also benefit the Filipino caregivers in Israel. It said that exploitative placement fees that are being charged to Filipino workers would be reduced if not eliminated.

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According to Levin the arrival of 1,000 Filipino workers in Israel is a big help in the current and severe staff shortage that affecting Israeli hotel industry inspire of tourism growth. He said that the primary problem of the tourism industry right now is the labor shortage. And with the agreement, he signed with the Philippines, the quota of foreign workers especially Filipinos in their hotel industry will increase. Levin hopes that this thing will solve labor shortage both in housekeeping and cleaning.


Base on the data of Tourism Ministry there are 1, 550 vacant cleaning position in the country while jobs that require training including cooks and waiters has 1,600 unfilled positions.

Levin said the industry has experienced difficulty in recruiting Israeli workers, regardless of wages.


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For his part, DOLE Chief said that this agreement is a welcome cooperation between the Philippines and Israel and that he is certain that additional agreements will push through.

Bello explains that workers that will arrive in Israel will be English speakers and have completed a professional training program sponsored by the Filipino government. They will be employed directly by Israeli hotels and not through contractors.

The additional workers will be deployed to the following regions;
  • Dead Sea
  • Tel Aviv and Central Regions
  • Jerusalem and Northern Israel
As of now there are around 28,000 Filipino living or working in Israel mainly as caregivers.

The following are jobs orders from Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) to Israel!


This article is filed under Filipino workers, hiring Filipino workers, hotel jobs, caregiver jobs, employment site, Filipina maids, jobs abroad, cleaning jobs, and housekeeping jobs. 

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