GMA News reporter JP Soriano broadcast on 24 Oras in Friday that more than 100,000 work will be open soon in the country of Japan for Filipinos and other foreigner employees.
The Department of Labor and Employment or DOLE is set to connect a Memorandum of Understanding or MOU with Japan in November to open works for Filipinos in exclusive companies. With the possible positions are for nurses, architects and engineers.
Undersecretary Bernard Olalia says that during a press conference on September 8 that Filipinos will be ordered once the companies roll out the employment.
Commending the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration or POEA and the Department of Labor and Employment has informed them they would soon open the market for Filipino qualified and semi-qualified employees under the Technical Intern Training Program.
Currently, officials from both countries are planning the memorandum of understanding for the agenda, the report said.
“Kapag ito’y pinirmahan na, ‘yung MOU, magde-deploy tayo ng mga dalubhasang semi-skilled employees under this new order,” says Olalia.
“Under this course magde-deploy tayo for special institutions,” he concluded.
The broadcast said the Filipino employees in the South Korea who may be moved with the tensions including North Korea may help from these viable job openings.
“OWWA, POEA and DOLE are functioning together to arrange for any final repatriation for our OFW’s which will involve reintegration agenda,” said in the broadcast of Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III.
Despite the fact that there is no profession arrangement, concerned Filipino employees are motivated to constantly check the POEA websites for information’s, the broadcast declaim. – KBK, GMA News
Source: GMA NETWORK