Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Trinidad and Tobago Needs Filipino Workers

Some Filipino professional workers are needed to fill vacancy mostly in medical and some in engineering positions in Trinidad and Tobago, the country also needs some construction workers.

In medical sector, the country needs doctors, dentist, microbiologists, ophthalmologists, nurse, neonatologies, nephrologists, anatomic pathologies and surgeon vitreo retinal.

Trinidad and Tobago also needs some draftsman and civil engineers in their engineering sector, some construction workers are also needed.

Working Condition

  • TT$9.00 per hour (approximately Php 73 per hour)
  • 40-hour workweek usually from 8 am to 4 pm
  • Time-and-one-half pay for the first 4 hours of overtime on a workday, double pay for the next 4 hours, and triple pay thereafter.
  • For Sundays, holidays, and off days, double pay for the first 8 hours and triple pay thereafter.
  • Daily rest periods and paid annual leave formed part of most employment agreements.

How to enter in Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago’s immigration laws do not exempt anyone from obtaining entry visas and work permit. So anyone who wants to work in Trinidad and Tobago must secure a work permit.

However, under the Free Zones Act, workers employed by approved enterprises engaged in free zone operations are not subject to work permit application procedures.

Trinidad and Tobago is one of the wealthiest countries in the Caribbean. It has large reserves of oil and gas, the exploitation of which dominates its economy. The country’s natural gas where much of it is exported to the US, is anticipated to overtake oil as its main source of revenue.

Please visit http://www.workabroad.ph/ for more job opening all over the world.

This article was first published in www.ofwguide.com on September 17, 2006

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