The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) gave the go signal into a company in Japan to hire 1,000 Filipino workers for their in-flight catering service.
The main task of this job is to give food to people in train stations in Japan.
According to Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III, those Filipinos repatriated from Kuwait will be the priority of the company.
Bello also added that most Filipinos who went home from Kuwait were household service workers who has skills in cooking and cleaning, which just serves right for the job order.
On the other hand, Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) Administrator Bernardo Olalia, they are already having talks with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) for the job to be included in the list of skills for the technical internship training program.
“Ito iyong deployment process natin under the Japanese and Philippine agreement with the assistance ng atingmga agencies,” says Olalia.
POEA will endorse those repatriated OFWs from Kuwait to agencies that are holding the job order from Japan.
POEA advised those interested individuals to prepare the requirements.
It is also an added point to have a TESDA certificate for food preparation.
The recruitment will start in two months.
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