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Jobs for Spas in the Middle East Region

Posted by Admin on February 13, 2008

Hello Kabayans..below is an e-mail coming from one of our concern kababayan. Hope it helps. 

Hi,

I’m working in a consultancy company based in Dubai, specializing in the Health & Leisure industry. We are actually operating several Spas in the Middle East Region and anyone who would be sucessful to any positions we have shall be directly hired by us or any of clients. All hired candidates however will be contacted by a registered agency in the Philippines, to assist with the documentation and other processing especially with POLO. Basically the positions we seek for are from beauty, salon, spa, fitness or of same section.

Those who wish to apply, just kindly send your CV to recruitment@spa-resources-international.com. Kindly indicate this code in the subject line: JP-MEFIL

Thank you.

spa-resources-international.com.

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Filipino Hospitality Workers in-demand in Canada

Posted by Admin on June 24, 2007

Canada is currently experiencing shortage in tourism and hospitality workers such as food servers and housekeeping workers. According to some reports, Canadian employers consider hiring Filipino workers to fill the vacancy. For the 2007-08 season, Chemistry Consulting and Success Immigration has put up an office in Cebu, will be recruiting 300 Filipino. 

 The recruitment started in 2006 since then, they never stop seeking for Filipino workers to work in Vancouver Island’s west coast. They different channel of advertisement locally and across the country but still there’s a shortage of 10 to 20 workers. Read the rest of this entry »

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45 Filipino Engineers to Be Hired by a Company in Spain

Posted by Admin on June 22, 2007

Tecnicas Reunicas, S.A (TRSA), the largest engineering and construction company in the oil and gas sector of Spain, sought the permission of Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in Madrid to hire 45 Filipino engineers from the Philippines. The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) recently announced this development.

The TRSA has existing and forthcoming projects in different countries worldwide. The Saudi Basic Industries (SABIC) recently awarded the company the construction of the phenolics facilities project which will be implemented by Saudi Kayan Petrochemical Co. in Al-Jubail. The TRSA will facilitate the construction, engineering design, procurement, and the management of the project. 

This news is based on the report of Labor Attaché in Madid, Ramon T. Tionloc, Jr. to Labor Secretary Arturo Brion. According to Brion the efforts of the POLO in Madrid to provide jobs for Filipino engineers is in line with the DOLE’s goal to find high-end  and better paying jobs  for OFWs. 

In Tionloc’s report, he mentioned that POLO approved TRSA’s request to hire 45 engineers from the Philippines after studying the TRSA’s employment terms and conditions and finding it acceptable and favorable for OFWs. Read the rest of this entry »

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Pinoy Business

Posted by Admin on March 25, 2007

Working overseas is temporary, majority of OFWs going home “for good” are usually entering business. However, based on a study by the non-government organization Balikbayani, 76% of businesses put up by OFWs fail.

Seventy-six percent of businesses put up by overseas Filipino workers fail because the OFWs lack the skills, Foreign Affairs Assistant Secretary Luis Cruz said Thursday at the Dr. Alfredo J. Ganapin Advocacy Forum at the University of the Philippines. Read the whole report from Asian Journal.

I found wonderful blogs that will help you to escape on being included on 76%. These blogs shows step by step procedures on how to become successful pinoy entrepreneur. You can visit Entrepinoys and Pinoy Negosyo for more details.

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Agricultural workers needed in US

Posted by Admin on March 24, 2007

Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Chairman Carlito Puno today disclosed that the United States of America (USA) is in need of 5,000
agricultural workers to tend their farms.

Puno said they have already tapped some of the licensed recruitment agencies to conduct the pooling and possible recruitment of agricultural workers who could be sent to the US.

Once hired, each of the workers will have a 10-month working contract which may be renewed upon its expiration, Secretary Puno said. Read the rest of this entry »

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