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A work contract or an employment contract is an agreement between both the employer and the employee that sets out terms and conditions of employment. Although an agreement can be done verbally, if the worker is locally hired and employed only in the Philippines. However, a written employment contract is a must, if a company or an employer hired Filipinos to work and to be deployed abroad. Do:…

According to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), there are more than 10 million ethnic Filipinos living abroad and most of them are overseas contract workers (OCWs / OFWs). These OFWs send billions of dollars every year in personal remittances to their families back home. Though most of these OFWs had much higher income compared to their counterpart in the Philippines,…

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The Ministry of Interior Domestic Workers Department through its Director Mohammad Al – Ajmi, has announced the cancellation of more than 40 domestic labor offices in Kuwait, if they won’t comply with the requirements needed for continuous operations.

Good news to all OFWs in Kuwait whose Professional Regulation Commission license is nearly expired. The PRC Team is here for the incoming Special Professional Licensure Board Examination (SPLBE). The PRC Team will accept the RENEWAL of your Professional License on September 17, 2016 starting 8AM to 3PM at the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in Faiha. Renewal Fee: 3 KD (450.00 pesos) Penalty: 1.250 KD (180.00…

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Well – respected Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) advocate, Ms. Susan Ople together with some government agencies have urged the authorities to strengthen manhunt operations for illegal recruiters, in particular those who have already been identified and have standing warrants of arrests.