How to Hire Filipino Workers for Guam

Are you a Guamanian business owner or employer who wants to hire Filipino workers for your company? Subnet RTA, registered as Subnet Recruitment Training and Assessment Services Inc. on the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) website, has outlined the basic recruitment process that foreign recruiters have to follow in hiring Filipinos.

How to Hire Filipino Workers for Saipan

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (of which Saipan is the largest island) and the Philippines share a long history. The Philippines is a former US colony, while CNMI is currently under the US. Both were also ruled by the Spanish and the Japanese in different instances. Up to these days, the CNMI (Saipan specifically) and the Philippines have a good relationship with the former always opening jobs for workers coming from the Philippines. Are you a business owner in Saipan who plan to hire Filipino workers for your company? If your answer is affirmative, then this week’s feature is tailor-made for you.

How to Hire Filipino Workers for Macau

Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) released data in August 2018 revealing that the number of Filipino blue card holders in Macau increased to 10.6 percent, while the number of foreign domestic workers in the country rose to 8.4 percent, of which 53.1 percent were from the Philippines.

How to Hire Filipino Workers for Brunei Darussalam?

According to ASEAN Briefing, Brunei Darussalam is among the most popular destinations for foreigners looking for career opportunities in ASEAN. Over the years, the country has emerged as a wealthy economy fueled by the largest oilfields in Southeast Asia. With a growing economy and English as its business language, the number of foreigners including Filipinos looking to work in Brunei has increased significantly. Are you an employer in Brunei Darussalam who plans to hire Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs)? Then, here are the processes that you have to go through.

How to Hire Filipino Workers for Taiwan

“As a country which always respects the rule of law and human rights, including that of the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in Taiwan, the Taiwan government and its parliament have done their best to protect the 150,000 OFWs in Taiwan and have treated the OFWs equally the same as the Taiwanese nationals by law.” This was the statement of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) executive officer Peter C.Y. Pan after reports of alleged maltreatment abuses against some Filipino workers in Taiwan surfaced early this year.