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‘Neg. Occ. all set for
int’l food expo’

Representatives of two overseas recruitment agencies will be in Bacolod City today and next week for a special hiring activity for skilled workers to work abroad.

Moises de la Cruz, PESO manager, said yesterday that East West Placement Center Inc. personnel will have their interviews today at the Bacolod Business Inn for jobs in Saudi Arabia.

The agency needs stockers, merchandisers, assistant bakers, cooks, fitters, dispatchers, cleaning machine operators, marshal lane operators, storekeepers, air conditioner technicians, and conveyor operators, he said.

Representatives of France Asia International Inc., will conduct their initial interviews for domestic helpers on January 29 at the 2nd Floor, EL Court Building, 1st Lacson Street, he also said.

They need domestic helpers for Hongkong, Cyprus, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan, he added.

De la Cruz said applicants have to prepare their resume, work and training certificates, photocopy of their passport (if any), and 2x2 picture.

They also have to fill out the skills registry system form at PESO for work and skills profiling, he added.

He also reminded applicants to immediately report to their office if recruitment agencies ask for fees during interviews.

De la Cruz said there should be no collection of fees during interviews because applicants are not yet assured of job placements and terms and conditions about placement fees will only be agreed on among the agency, the employer, and the worker, when the applicant receives his job order.*LTG

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