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 Post subject: JOB ORDER
PostPosted: Fri May 21, 2010 11:25 am 
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I was selected through bio data selection for a job in taiwan by an agency and I already paid for the authentication of my original documents for visa processing but when I check for the Job Order wla po ito sa POEA ang approved Job order para sa position "White collar engr"na kanilang ino offer.

Ang sabi ng agency which i quote

"White collar engr is Eco Visa,wlang broker,pero may POEA at Embassy.Di na kelangan job order kasi tapos na ang pooling.CLA na lang ang dumarating at contract"

Is these within the correct procedure of a licensed recruitement agency?, bec. as what ive learned from POEA website “Any recruitment agencies must seek first the approval of the POEA for
manpower request they received from the foreign employers”.

I really need advise.Please help.maraming salamat po


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 Post subject: Re: JOB ORDER
PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 2:34 pm 
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...well, maraming deviations kasi ang ibang agency pagdating sa proseso... hindi ko alam kung para mapadali o mas malaki ang kanilang masingil... minsan kung ano-ano pa ang sinasabi nilang proseso na hindi mo alam kung talagang alam ba nila o inookray lang nila 'yung kanilang mga aplikante (for whatever purposes other than magkapera, only them know why)... as an applicant, the most important to us is 'yung makaalis... minsan kahit na nga gumastos pa tayo ng higit sa ina-allow ng ating batas, ok na din, basta makaalis lang tayo... so, in all these things na sinasabi sa 'yo ng agency na "kakaibang" proseso nila, at bago ka tuluyang ma-windang sa kakaisip kung tama ba o hindi, the most important thing is 'yung maikuha ka nila (agency) ng exit clearances at OEC sa POEA... and I don't think they can do that without an approved JO...

...anyway, as much as possible, huwag kang magbabayad ng kahit ano (specifically "placement fee") without exit clearances and OEC from POEA... kung mapilit sila at gusto mong sumugal, bahala ka pero huwag na huwag mong kalilimutan na humingi ng resibo na magpapatunay na nagbigay ka sa kanila na pupuwede mo ding magamit kung saka-sakali at nangyari na nga 'yung pinangangambahan mo... regarding naman sa "eco-visa", you can join the disscussion here → Taiwan's Visas...


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 Post subject: Re: JOB ORDER
PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 2:44 pm 
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MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 06

SUBJECT : GUIDELINES ON THE DEPLOYMENT OF WORKERS UNDER SPECIAL HIRING PROGRAM FOR TAIWAN

Pursuant to POEA Governing Board Resolution No. 2 (Series of 2001), the following are the guidelines on the deployment of workers under the Special Hiring Program for Taiwan:

A. Definition
The Special Hiring Program for Taiwan is a facility within the POEA which handles the recruitment and deployment of workers directly without the participation of Taiwan manpower agencies and the Philippine licensed recruitment agencies. The Program is being implemented pursuant to the existing Memorandum of Understanding with the Philippines through the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) and the Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO).

B. Requirements for Employers Availing of the Program
1. The employer shall be required the following documents:

a. Brief Company Profile (indicating the nature of business, number of
employees, number of years in business, etc.)

b. Demand Letter / Manpower requirements indicating the qualification
criteria (education, age, gender, experience, skills certification/license,
etc.)

c. Copy of Company's Employment Contract for foreign worker indicating
the salary offer and other benefits

d. Council of Labor Affairs (CLA) Approval Letter

e. Target deployment date

2. All the above documents duly verified by the Manila Economic and Cultural Office - Labor Center (MLC) shall be submitted to the POEA that will then initiate the recruitment proceedings.

3. The MLC shall assist the POEA in the negotiation of recruitment agreement and contractual terms and conditions of employment offered by employers. Only those employers favorably endorsed by the MLC can avail of the Program and the MLC shall inform the employer of acceptance upon receipt of POEA’s confirmation.

4. Employer shall execute with the POEA a Recruitment Agreement pursuant to the existing MOU on the Special Hiring Program.

C. Employment Contract

The employer and worker shall adopt an Employment Contract consistent with the terms of agreement of the Manila Economic and Cultural Office / Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (MECO/POEA) with the Council of Labor Affairs/Employment, Vocational and Training Administration (CLA/EVTA). The parties may negotiate better terms and conditions of employment. The MLC/POEA will guide the workers in negotiation.

D. Recruitment and Documentation of Workers
1. Selection of workers
The employer has the authority to make the final selection of workers. Selection of workers may be done either by mail or personal interview in the Philippines or other means such as teleconferencing. Recruitment of workers for Taiwan employers shall be conducted in Metro Manila or in the region/s as preferred by the employer with the POEA Regional Center or POEA extension units exercising supervision over the special hiring activities.

2. Briefing of workers
Selected workers shall undergo the necessary briefing and required Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS) prior to their employment in Taiwan. The briefing will familiarize the workers on the company's terms and conditions of employment, technical peculiarities of the demands of the work and its environment unique to their employment with the employer and will also provide them with information on host country profile and orientation on values and attitudes for effective employment abroad. Documentary requirements, detailed procedures in processing of travel papers and itemized expenses of worker hired under the Program are also discussed during the briefing. During the PDOS, the workers are also are forewarned not to run away unduly from employer lest they be charged of criminal offense.

3. Medical Examination
Selected workers shall undergo medical examination prescribed by the employer and the host country and to be conducted by the hospitals/clinics accredited by the Department of Health (DOH) of Taiwan and the Philippines, POEA and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO).

4. Visa Processing
Workers who passed the medical examination shall submit the following documentary requirements to POEA for the issuance of visa by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO):

1. Valid passport
2. NB1 Clearance
3. Medical Certificate
4. Employment Contract
5. Copy of CLA Approval Letter
6. Pictures
7. Visa Fee
5. Processing of Employment Contracts and Issuance of Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC)
Upon release of the worker's visa, the POEA shall assist in the contracts processing and issuance of the Overseas Employment Certificate of hired worker. When necessary, processing of employment contracts and issuance of Overseas Employment Certificates of selected workers shall be undertaken in the regional offices of the POEA where recruitment was conducted in order to facilitate the documentation process.

E. Schedule of Fees
1. The following fees shall be borne by the employer:
a. Travelling expenses during interview in the Philippines (such as airfare, hotel accommodation, shuttle services, visa to the Philippines, etc.)
b. Advertisement cost for scarcely available skills
2. The following fees shall be borne by the worker:
Documentation costs which shall include cost of passport, NBI Clearance, medical examination, medicare premium, trade testing (if necessary) and visa (if not paid for by the employer).

Processing costs which include expenses for airfare, POEA processing fee and OWWA Membership fee shall be subject to negotiation between the employer and the worker through the assistance of POEA.


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 Post subject: Re: JOB ORDER
PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 2:46 pm 
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MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 19
Series of 2001

TO : ALL CONCERNED

SUBJECT : ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TAIWAN-BOUND WORKERS

Pursuant to Governing Board Resolution No. 5, Series of 2001 and further to Memorandum Circular Nos. 4 and 5, Series of 2001 on the New Hiring Guidelines for Taiwan-Bound Workers and Fees Chargeable to Workers Deployed to Taiwan, respectively, and in view of the new regulations issued recently by the Taiwan Council of Labor Affairs, the following guidelines are hereby issued on the deployment of Filipino workers to Taiwan:

I. Pre-Deployment Expenses
The placement fee to be collected by the Philippine recruitment agencies from the workers shall be maintained at one month salary exclusive of documentation cost, and shall be collected only upon signing of the employment contract.
The worker's documentation cost shall include cost of passport NBI clearance, medical examination, medicare premium, trade testing (if necessary) and visa (if not paid by the employer).

II. Required Forms for Visa and Work Permit Issuance
All workers and their deploying Philippine recruitment agency shall sign the required form "Fees and Salary Declaration of Taiwan Bound Workers" in person at the POEA. A copy of the declaration form stamped by the POEA is presented to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) as a requirement for the issuance of visa. Upon the worker's arrival in Taiwan, the original copy of the Declaration shall be given to the employer for application of work permit.
After the visa issuance, the worker must accomplish the form "Waiver: Foreign Workers Should Fully Understand the Related Regulations of the Employment Service Act". The original copy of the waiver shall be submitted for application of work permit.

III. Requirements for Processing of Worker Documents at POEA
a. Duly accomplished Information Sheet of the worker;
b. Individual employment contract based on the master employment contract;
c. Visa stamped on passport; and
d. Duly accomplished form on "Fees and Salary Declaration of Taiwan-Bound Workers".

IV. Employment Contract
The employment contract of all Filipino industrial workers shall indicate that provision of food and accommodation be governed by Taiwan's Labor Standard Law. The Council of Labor Affairs has allowed the inclusion of the food and accommodation in the monthly salary of the foreign worker. The amount representing the cost of food and accommodation shall be negotiable between the worker and the employer during the recruitment stage prior to deployment, ranging from zero to NT$4,000, and indicated in the employment contract. The agreed amount shall be deductible from the worker's salary, as necessary.

The employer or its authorized Taiwan manpower agency cannot amend or revise the employment contract once the worker arrives in Taiwan. Renegotiations for improvement in the employment terms and conditions may be undertaken by the worker and the employer during the renewal of contract or extension period.

V. On -Site Fees
All workers bound for Taiwan shall not pay any registration fee or introduction fee to the registered Taiwan manpower agency. The Taiwan manpower agency shall not collect any other fees from the worker except service and transportation fees in the amount of NT$1,800 monthly for the first year of employment; NT$1,700 monthly for the second year; and NT$1,500 monthly for the third year as service and transportation fees.

These new guidelines shall be prospective and shall not apply to workers with existing contracts in Taiwan. All issuance and forms inconsistent herewith are repealed and / or modified accordingly. This circular shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication in a newspaper of general circulation.


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 Post subject: Re: JOB ORDER
PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 2:59 pm 
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...wow! parang mas madaling kumuha ng memorandum d'yan sa Pilipinas? nasa Pilipinas ka na ba? :rollL


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 Post subject: Re: JOB ORDER
PostPosted: Wed Jun 16, 2010 8:09 am 
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@jdeluna

Ask ko lang po kung ano agency inaplayan mo for white collar job. thanks


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 Post subject: Re: JOB ORDER
PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 6:11 am 
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JOPMAN AGENCY.KAW ANO AGENCY MO,NASA TAIWAN KANA?ENGR DIN ANG POSITION?


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 Post subject: Re: JOB ORDER
PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 1:24 pm 
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How much ang offer dyan dude ng engineer?


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