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Bureau of Local Employment Director Dominique Tutay says 1,693 have since applied for the required alien employment permit, while a list of 6,678 others who did not was given to immigration
'Give these students a chance by looking at their outputs, competencies, and skills developed under this program,' says Merly Crucillo, Naga National High School assistant principal for senior high school
PRESS RELEASE: McDonald's invites job-seekers to be part of the company as it eyes continuous growth this year
(UPDATED) Malacañang says it 'is seriously looking at this SWS survey,' and 'is continuously finding ways to improve the local employment situation'
Here is a round-up of some of the biggest events on the annual workers' holiday
'Bago niya pauwiin, tingnan muna niya ang unemployed sa Pilipinas. Sa Boracay nga, andami nang walang trabaho. Bigyan niya muna ng trabaho ang mga nasa Pilipinas,' says a professional who has worked in Kuwait for 35 years
Reporting mechanisms will be strengthened after Filipino labor officials in Kuwait failed to take action when domestic helper Joanna Demafelis was first reported missing
The Philippine Statistics Authority’s 2015/2016 Integrated Survey on Labor and Employment is on occupational shortages and surpluses and covers 12,926 establishments
Underemployment refers to workers wanting to spend more hours at work to earn more
The services sector still has the largest share in the employed population making up 27 9
The Labor Force Survey for July 2016 also shows unemployment at 5 4 the lowest since 2005
Senator Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr who says he will focus on workers rights if elected vice president vows to end contractualization
December is the Month of Overseas Filipinos Do you know enough about our country s bagong bayani ?
On appeal Dalquez’ death sentence stems from a murder conviction handed down by the Al Ain Court of First Instance last May 20
Bishop Gerry Vallo says the POEA should address the root cause of the problem – the failure of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office in Hong Kong to immediately act on complaints
When mothers go away to work abroad what happens to the children they leave behind?
Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Arsenio M Balisacan says lack of jobs and high poverty incidence remain the big challenges for a sustained and inclusive growth