MANILA – A few nations around the world are getting regarded as work marketplaces for overseas Filipino staff (OFWs), the Philippine Abroad Labor Business office (POLO) in Lebanon reported on Friday.
Labor Attache Alejandro Padaen said they are on the lookout at Turkey, which is also less than the jurisdiction of POLO jointly with nations of Ga, Azerbaijan, and north Cyprus, as other work destination for Filipino personnel.
“Turkey is a very good prospect as an employment marketplace for our staff at the time almost everything has normalized,” he said in a digital discussion board.
The recent range of Filipino workers there is 4,000.
“Slowly, the range is growing considering that we have a frequent deployment there,” the POLO-Lebanon included.
Among the OFWs in the host nation are skilled employees, residence expert services employees (HSWs), and those people in the provider sector.
Padaen mentioned the minimum salary of HSWs is US$800 per thirty day period. The volume is virtually double the income of these staff in other nations.
“Recently, we approved a work buy for employees in a huge tuna manufacturing unit which is managed by a Filipino,” he reported.
Padaen reported, so considerably, they have accredited 11 international recruitment businesses (FRAs) for the deployment of HSWs.
“Another fantastic potential clients are Georgia and Azerbaijan simply because they have oil and fuel sector there. Despite the fact that we already have employees there, skilled and of course HSWs,” he included.
In Northern Cyprus, the OFWs who are already operating there are HSWs, cleaners, personnel in motels and doing the job in bazaars.
Padaen suggested Filipinos who are seeking to get the job done abroad to transact only with recruitment companies accredited by the federal government, or the Philippine Abroad Employment Administration (POEA). (PNA)