OVERSEAS EMPLOYMENT REFERRAL PROCESS


Guide for Applicants

STEP 1
Overseas employment agencies recruit at the Metro Naga PESO anytime as announced through television or radio or posters PESO. Agency representatives conduct the interview and assess the applicants' qualifications. The usual documents required are: Bio-data with picture, NBI clearance, Birth Certificate, Employment/Training certificates, Professional/ skilled worker License andPassport.

STEP 2

The agency will ask applicants to fill-up the application form. Applicants prepare other required documents after the agency have assessed their qualifications.

STEP 3

Hired applicants needing financial assistance for their placement fee may avail of Metro PESO's Overseas Placement Assistance Program or may be referred to financing institutions/banks which offer financial assistance to overseas applicants.


Guide for Employers

STEP 1
Overseas employment agencies notify the Metro Naga PESO of their desire to conduct hiring for abroad by forwarding the following documents:
a.) Provincial Recruitment Authority (PRA) and
b.) Confirmed Job Order/s from principal employer/s Both must be duly approved by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)


STEP 2
Facilities and equipment of the Metro Naga PESO are provided to employers FREE OF CHARGE . To maximize number of applicants, agencies are encouraged to advertise in various local media.

STEP 3
Submit a Terminal Report as required under the PRA at the end of the recruitment period and a separate Deployment Report after the hiring period.

 

Local Job Vacancies
SCHEDULE OF OVERSEAS PROVINCIAL RECRUITMENT
Date
Agency
Position(s)
Destination/Country
October
11-22, 2004
Prosperous International Employment Agency Company
Domestic Helpers
Hongkong, Malaysia and Singapore

NOTE: Job Orders are based on Private Agencies request for Provincial Recruitment duly approved by Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).
   
TEN (10) DONTS TO AVOID
ILLEGAL RECRUITMENT
1. Don't Apply at recruitment agencies not licensed by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA). click here to search for licensed agencies
2. Don't deal with licensed agencies without job orders.
3. Don't deal with any person who is not an authorizes representative of a licensed agency.
4. Don't transact business outside of the registered address of the agency. If recruitment is conducted in the province, check if the agency has a Provincial Recruitment Authority (PRA) or coordinate with Metro PESO.
5. Don't pay more than the allowed placement fee. It should be equivalent to one month salary, exclusive of documentation and processing costs which is not more than five thousand (P 5,000.00) pesos.
6. Don't pay any placement fee unless you have a valid employment contract and an official receipt.
7. Don't be enticed by ads or brochures requiring you to reply to a Post Office (P.O.) Box, and to enclose payment for application forms and processing of papers.
8. Don't deal with Training Centers, Travel Agencies and Foundations who promise overseas employment.
9. Don't accept tourist or visitor's visas.
10. Don't deal with fixers.
- courtesy of Philippine Overseas Employment Administration

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