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Protecting Overseas Filipino Workers

Last week, media outlets reported a World Bank study which praised the Philippines’ governance framework with respect to migrant workers. The report of the World Bank Group which was contained in their 2017 study entitled, “Migration to Opportunity: Overcoming Barriers to Labor Mobility in Southeast Asia” considered the Philippines as a model for policies concerning overseas workers.

SUPER Radyo DZBB 594 is back with its 7th wave of providing employment opportunities and business start-ups to thousands of job seekers and aspiring entrepreneurs through the DZBB Trabaho Negosyo Fair scheduled on Sept. 21 and 22 at Star Mall EDSA Shaw.

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Japan is now poised to hire at least 100,000 overseas Filipino workers (OFW) to address its worsening labor shortage amid its aging population.

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Operatives of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) arrested a Japanese businessman and his partner for allegedly duping job applicants who want to work in Japan.

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In his recent official trip to countries in the Middle East, President Rodrigo Duterte announced before the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) the creation of “Department of OFWs” – a national government agency that will be responsible for the design, production and delivery of services to Filipinos working abroad. Such services obviously include interventions on OFW problems like illegal recruitment, employer maltreatment, and criminal case convictions.

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A revamp in the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration is forthcoming to weed out personnel allegedly involved in extorting directly hired Filipino workers.

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