Who are the PESO Clients? The following persons are considered to be Public Employment Service Office (PESO) clients; Displaced Workers Employers Job Applicants Labor Market Information Users Migrant Workers Out of School Youth Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) Planners Researchers Returning Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) Students
Tags: Distressed OFW
September 24th, key representatives from LBC Express WLL Kuwait have gathered forces and resources together and visited distressed Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) at the Philippine Embassy shelter in Hateen.
ADVISORY ON REPATRIATIONS FOR THOSE GOING HOME TO THE PHILIPPINES WITH EXPIRED VISAS. (After getting travel documents from the Embassy and undergoing all procedures):
THE EMBASSY TACKLES LABOR: Case officer Mar Hassan speaks to the distressed workers at Wafra on their legal rights after relief goods had been given to them. The embassy tackles labor cases on top of its other concerns to assist the Labor Office under the Embassy-Labor Team Approach. ~ ConGen Raul Dado
AGENCY Sec Michelle Ballinan with two OFWs she rescued from abuse. Ms. Ballinan is one of the most active members of the Tripartite Action Center on Rescues and Repatriation, chaired by the embassy. [Source]
Below is snippet from an article titled Only in Kuwait 7 – written by Talal Al Ghannam, a Managing Editor at Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), and a columnist at Kuwaitimes. Mr. Talal articles mostly tackles about the plights of expatriates living and working in this small yet rich country – the State of Kuwait. Only in Kuwait…