President Duterte signed some P300 Billion worth of business agreements at the sidelines of Nikkei’s 25th International Conference on The Future of Asia, held in Japan last May 30 to 31. Ramon Lopez said, “The Department of Trade and Industry is consistently pursuing investments from all countries to provide decent employment opportunities to Filipinos." Read for more.

Transcom Worldwide Philippines

Transcom Worldwide Philippines has over P2M in rewards for Scouts

Transcom Worldwide Philippines has more than 200 positions open for Technical Support Representatives in their Mandaluyong office. They are offering P10,000 reward for each successful referral via the Recruitday Scouts.

Job application documents

No fees for official documents for first-time job seekers

the Republic Act No. 11261, also known as the First-Time Jobseekers Assistance Act was signed into law which exempts first-time job seekers from paying fees and charges for documents required for job applications. The documents covered are...

construction workers

Too Many Jobs, Not Enough Takers

This is not a problem that would normally be associated with the Philippines. However, recent reports have shown that there is indeed a shortage of skilled workers in the country. The country is currently experiencing an infrastructure boom, much of it because of the government’s Build, Build, Build Program. However, the project is experiencing some delays due to the labor shortage.

PWD at work

Increasing Inclusion for PWDs in the Workplace

Despite a large number of employment opportunities becoming available, most PWDs struggle to find work. But with the Senate Bill 1249, people with disabilities may have better chances of finding work. Read on for more.

Skilled Worker

Japan Opens Its Doors To Filipino Workers

Filipinos can now work in Japan as a Specified Skill Worker I or Specified Skill Worker II. The jobs that fall under the skills criteria include jobs in health care, building maintenance, food services, industrial machinery, electronics, food manufacturing, agriculture, hospitality, construction, shipbuilding, fisheries and aquaculture, parts and tooling and aviation. Read on for more.