Friday, October 3, 2008

POEA not recruiting nor accepting applications for Canada

The Canada provinces of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta, and British Columbia which have signed a memorandum of agreement with the Department of Labor and Employment are recruiting Filipino workers through licensed recruitment agencies and not through POEA.

Applicants may submit their applications to recruitment agencies with approved job orders from Canadian employers. Recruitment agencies are not allowed to collect placement fees from workers bound for Canada.

Meanwhile, employers from British Columbia, which will conduct a pilot recruitment mission in Manila, are looking for long-haul drivers, food counter attendants, and hotel workers. Applicants for long-haul drivers must have at least two years experience, class 1 license or equivalent, and high school education at the minimum. Qualified applicants are requested to submit their documents to Omanfil International Manpower Corp., Manpower Resources of Asia, IPAMS, EDI Staffbuilders International Inc., and Dahlzen International Services, Inc.

Food attendants and hotel workers may submit their applications to any of the following top agencies: AG&P Company of Manila, Dahlzen International Services Inc., EDI Staffbuilders International Inc., EEI Corporation, Eligardi Enterprises Inc., Gatchalian Promotion Talents Pool Inc., Industrial Personnel & Management Services, Inc. (IPAMS), International Skill Development Inc., Manpower Resources of Asia Inc., Omanfil International Manpower Development Corporation, Philippine Hospitals and Health Services Inc., and Sangle Bernabe International Incorporated.

POEA

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

may alam po ba kayo na opening ng job order para sa mga caregivers sa canada? thanks. mike

OFWCorner said...

hi mike..thanks for dropping by..i suggest you browse www.workabroad.ph..maraming job openings dun, un iba may job order din..just call the agency para alam mo if urgent ba un opening nila..

Anonymous said...

yon mga agency sana na no placement fee na nagrerecruit sa canada,para sa mga caregiver, na nai-news lately, sinubukan ko po kasing pumunta sa agency sa manila , wala pa daw opening...sa workabroad.com na agency may placement fee po yata?

OFWCorner said...

have you seen this article http://balitangofw.blogspot.com/2008/03/list-of-recruitment-agencies-authorized.html i guess it can help..as far as i know according to POEA lahat ng filipino workers bound for canada should not be charged of placement fees..dahil ang canadian employer ang gagastos non..please check the article about that here..alam ko may nasulat din ako about dun eh..just browse the site..thanks..

Anonymous said...

hi there!i would like to know if those agencies that are listed below sre still accepting applicants going to canada???how will i know if its a licensed agency and approved by poea??i already checked it in poea list but i didnt found the name of that agency.thanks

OFWCorner said...

i got the list from the POEA website itself, follow this link:
http://www.poea.gov.ph/advisory/Advisory%20on%20Canada%20Employment%20Prospects.pdf

i suggest you call the POEA hotline at 722-1144 or 722-1155

Anonymous said...

Sir -

Do you have current listings of land-based agencies/companies that were hiring specifically for British Columbia for hotel and/or fine dining restaurant staff?


Reply would be higly appreciated.

Lorna

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