Tuesday, November 22, 2022

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POEA's One-Stop Shop Helps OFWs Save Time, Costs, Effort

A one-stop service center established in Manila will make it easier and more efficient for Filipinos to obtain paperwork for work abroad. The center, located at the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration building in Mandaluyong City, and opened on Monday, was...

One-Stop Service Center For OFWs Opens at POEA

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is launching a one-stop shop for OFWs on Monday, August 15, where government frontline services are made accessible to Filipinos who are currently working or planning to work overseas. Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello...

Tips For OFW Registration and Mandatory Online OEC Appointment

Change has indeed come! Last August 8, 2016, POEA issued a resolution stating that some groups of OFWS are already exempted from securing the OEC starting September 15. These are vacationing OFWs who will return to the same employer and job...

POEA: No Need for OEC For Eligible OFWs

Labor and Employment Secretary Silvestre Bello III yesterday announced that the Governing Board of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, of which he is the Chairperson, has issued Governing Board Resolution No. 12, Series of 2016, exempting a group of...

First Time OFWs Required to Attend Pre-employment Orientation Seminar

The Governing Board of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA),has approved a resolution requiring all first time overseas land-based and sea-based worker-applicants to undergo mandatory Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS) through the PEOS Online website, at no cost. The PEOS is...

Common Questions About Balik Manggagawa (OEC)

What is a Balik-Manggagawa (BM) Online Processing System? BM Online Processing System is a web-based facility that enables the Balik-Manggagawa (BM) or vacationing OFW to apply online for Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) and have the approved OEC printed by him/her...

OEC Online Application

In an effort to streamline arrangement of returning overseas Filipino workers to the Philippines, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration has soft launched an online facility to apply for overseas employment certificate (OEC). The online facility -- accessible at http://bmonline.poea.gov.ph/ --...

Top 5 Reasons Why OEC Should Be Abolished

Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) is a piece of document that overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) need to present to the Immigration Department upon leaving the Philippines for work abroad. The primary purpose of OEC is to provide proof that as OFWs,...

POEA’s List of 50 Recruitment Firms With Bad Repatriation Records

Fed up with failed promises and repeated infractions, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration disclosed a list of 50 employment agencies who were unable to facilitate repatriation of distressed overseas Filipino workers. "Enough already. We are publishing the names of 50 recruitment...

What are Fees and Charges Applicants for Jobs Abroad Need to Pay?

Before you think of payments, you must check and double check your visa. Never allow the agency or foreign employer to give a visa different from the job being offered. Your visa is your protection as well as your...
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