Requirement of workers for overseas placement is premised on a POEA – approved accreditation of the foreign employer in a specified country of destination or job site.
We Collate and accept credentials of possible applicants that are based on the demand for skills and required number of positions, per POEA approval. The number of applicants readied has enough room for interview and selection by foreign employer or the designated recruitment officer. Manpower pooling of applicants is an option, in accordance with POEA procedures/requirements. Immediate job vacancies are met through print and broadcast ads;social media; provincial recruitment activities; job fairs and other reliable networking facilities.
Interview and test of applicants shall be per schedule and only within the facilities of the POEA-registered address. Depending on the volume and need of the foreign employer,this procedure, when conducted outside of the company’s legal premises, shall be undertaken pursuant to POEA rules. If and necessary train of applicants shall be conducted with TESDA and other authorized institution.
Selected are advised immediately. Signing of individual contract of employment follows. Per country of destination requirements, employment visas of selected applicants are worked out in close coordination with the foreign employers.
DOCUMENTATION OF SELECTED WORKERS AND DEPLOYMENT OF WORKER
The duly signed employment contract of selected workers shall be submitted to POEA for processing and issuance of the Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC). Almost simultaneously, the worker shall be briefed on the other important realities of an overseas employment stint. The selected applicant shall also attend the Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS) through any of the OWWA-accredited PDOS providers.
POST DEPLOYMENT CONCERNS
Our company’s task does not end n the deployment of the selected workers to the foreign establishments. The workers’ welfare while at the worksite shall be continuously monitored and attended to through a close coordination with specific employers. Periodic visits to the worksite/s may also be conducted. As the case may require, reports may also be sent to the concerned Philippine Overseas Labor Official (POLO), for all legal intents and purposes.