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Virgin Job Orders, Shady Rules & Money Making Scheme (Billion Peso Business) in POEA - Time to Investigate, Wake-Up Call !!!


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Here is an open letter to the POEA Administrator and the DOLE Secretary concerning the issues of Virgin Job Orders, Shady Rules and Money-Making Schemes supposedly happening within POEA


24 July 2018

Bernard Olalia
POEA Administrator

Silvestre H. Bello III
DOLE Secretary, Chairman

CC: ​ARISTODES R. RUARO, Deputy Administrator, Licensing and Adjudication
CC: VILLAMOR VENTURA S. PLAN, Deputy Administrator, Employment and Welfare
CC: LEVINSON C. ALCANTARA, OIC - Pre-Employment Services Office
CC: ARLEEN S. BASAS, OIC - Adjudication Office
CC: RIA CORAZON S. LANO, Director IV - Licensing and Regulation Office
CC: Sherilyn G. Malonzo, Director II-AIRB
CC: Rommelson E. Abbang, Chief Operations and Surveillance Division
CC: Lynda Llave, OIC, Licensing Branch
CC: Esteban Arnel O. Allarde, OIC - Adjudication Branch
CC: Marieta S. Labong-Dela Cruz, Director II, Recruitment and Regulation Branch


Dear Admin. Olalia,

We would like to bring to your attention the ongoing impalement of the agencies under probationary period which is covered under the new POEA rules revised on April, 2016.

We understand that POEA has a vital role in implementing the government policy of providing full protection to Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW). And allow us therefore to acknowledge both the POLO and POEA for serving the needs of our OFWs in and outside the Philippines.

However, this is a fitting opportunity to raise our concern about the POEA rules particularly the upgrading of a provisional POEA license to a full license to the recruitment agencies.

In the POEA revised rules, the provisional POEA license agency must acquire at least 100 Virgin Job Orders and deployed 100 workers within two (2) years of operations. The condition for a Virgin Job Order is from a foreign principal who have an existing business registered at their respective country with more than one (1) year and have never engaged with any recruitment agency in the Philippines.

In the previous POEA rules, the Virgin Job Order is for any foreign principal who have not worked with any recruitment agency in the Philippines as well as the foreign principals that are registered at the POEA and have deployed workers to any recruitment agency but found inactive for 6 consecutive months.

This a clear concern that Some Board Members​ deliberately find an opportunity to complicate the process of Virgin Job Orders and there’s a big loophole - who benefits from this revision made by the
POEA?

There are various countries who deploy workers overseas and their government has no conditional clause pertaining to Virgin Job Order in the recruitment industry. This is yet an another “Only in the Philippines”​ contorted ways. We have this poignant unattainable requirement which pretense corruption inside the POEA. In our opinion, the whole Virgin Job Order should be abolished and probationary license to regular license must be based on 100 deployment without imposing a conditional validity.

As a recruitment agency (provisional or with full license), the POEA mandates that a recruitment agency shall set up an escrow account to cover possible future liabilities arising from claims of overseas contract workers due to employment contract violations. The release of escrow which is deposited in a POEA-accredited bank is ordered by either the POEA or the National Labor Relations Commission.

Recruitment Agency spends so much resources and efforts just to set up its operations. As you are aware, any business has an incubation period. Most of the investment done for accruing the licenses, office setup, staffing, overseas marketing expenses, etc, the return of investment (ROI) is estimated in 4 to 5 years’ time.

Please allow us to outline below how challenging it is to acquire Virgin Job Orders considering the market conditions for the past 3 years. The labor market has been drastically slow, this can be seen on the total Job Orders and deployment of the existing agencies have acquired.

Having said that, how much more challenging in getting Virgin Job Orders?

1. Virgin Accounts have hesitations in working with provisional POEA license agency as there is no solid track record yet. This is especially when we go after the big companies. Vendor Registration requires an excellent track record and they usually ask some client testimonials which provisional agencies do not have.

2. In relation to item #1, some foreign principals try to use this opportunity to their advantage to get a favorable recruitment fees which leads the agencies to a compromising situation. Some may even demand to a free recruitment cost due to lack of track record and credibility. Indeed a tough competition on Virgin Job Orders. The new agencies are forced to take the orders due to the time constraint preset conditions set by POEA​. This is creating an unhealthy competition between the agencies and also an opportunity to compromise on the POEA deployment rules such as the documentation, insurance fees to be paid by the client and alike​. POEA has issued more than 100 provisional license to recruitment agencies in the past 2 years. That being said, getting Virgin Job Orders is really very tight competition in the market with all the agencies competing to get the total 10,000 Virgin Job Orders.​ Now the news is spread in the existing labor market that there are many agencies who are willing to take job orders free of cost from Philippines including free ticket provided by agencies for deployment​. ​Nevertheless to say the 100 Nos Virgin Job order scheme is adversely affecting the business ​of all the POEA licensed agencies.

POEA IS SETTING THE RULES AND FORCING THE AGENCIES TO BREAK THE RULES !!

3. Virgin Job Orders ideally comes from new market / country. This leads to another crucial step as we do not have POLO or Philippine Embassy in new market / country. The client with the help of the recruitment agency need to check the nearest POLO or Philippine Embassy that is within the jurisdiction of that particular country. Some clients may not be as cooperative because of this tedious process.

At times, POLO or POEA issues deficiencies which may also vary due to constant
changes in the rules. This back and forth, oftentimes prevents us in pushing through in getting a Virgin Job Order. Most recruitment agencies under provisional POEA license are doing every means possible and yet it will just be gone to be wasted. Currently, to accredit a Virgin Job Order from a new market is taking more than 3 to 4 months and much of the hurdles are faced at the POLO office nevertheless to point out upon verifying the documents and the delay at the POEA accreditation department now surpass more than 60 days.

On another note, we would like to know the stand and how POEA will address the following situations:

1. What will happen to the OFWs that has been deployed by the agencies with provisional license that has been expired and where not given the extension?

2. What will happen to the Virgin Job Orders and other principals that the expired agency acquired? If these foreign employers will just be taken granted, this will give a very bad impression with the Philippine Agencies​ & POEA.

3. During the probationary period the agencies are allowed to acquire any type of job orders. When an agency is suspended or canceled the other agencies can acquire these Job orders without assuming any responsibility on the deployment. The severity for deployment cases on Virgin Job Orders ​are more and the agencies are left out of business to handle this matter. POEA still can count on the escrow deposits and the Culprits​ inside POEA can make more money with various inside trading deals​. This is just an icing to the other ongoing corruptions happening inside the POEA.

Evidently, POEA is ridden with termites​ just waiting for an opportunity.

3. Currently there are more than 100 Recruitment Agencies that are under the provisional POEA license. On a rough estimate, the recruitment agencies spent 20M to 30M on its 2 years operations
(100 x PHP30M = PH 3 Billion ). As per the new rule, if the recruitment agencies do not comply the condition of a Virgin Job Order their license will be cancelled, and all their efforts gone in vain with huge financial implication on the agency owners. We have solid information that some group inside POEA is using this opportunity to get all the leads on their clients and sell to the different existing agencies. We are aware of this inside trade as this has been a practice for a very long time. A convenient way for the corrupt inside POEA to extort more money from several agencies.

4. Currently there are agencies who have requested for an extension since January, 2018​ of their provisional license but got denied based on the new rules. This has been the scenario for the last 8 months​. The licensing department is keeping a blind eye on this matter and deliberately delaying a
resolution ​with various burocatic reasons. Furthermore, the grievances of the agencies have been addressed by the Private Sector Representative, Ms. Estrelita S. Hizon​. She supports and recommends to the board to approve the request for extension of provisional license with a minimum number of 50 Virgin Deployment. If the respected board member in any way aware about the issues that the agencies are facing just to get the Virgin Job Order, she should recommend for an extension without any preset conditions. POEA should be aware about the intention​ behind this recommendation and request by this governing board member who also owns an agency business.

Moreover, we would like to bring this to your attention regarding a syndicate and their agents with the support of few Board Members, Directors and Officers from POEA threatening and extorting an exorbitant amount of money from the newly licensed agencies to fix the extension or to fix the provisional to regular license with various offers. All these point to the licensing department and the key decision makers there who are deliberately delaying an immediate resolution to end this money
making scheme at POEA. Any further delay, we will be forced to expose the names of the culprits benefiting from the 100 Virgin job order schemes.

We believe that your leadership on this matter would send a powerful message to the POEA that could prevent further mishap.

We respectfully ask you to urge the governing board members to uphold its responsibility to protect the OFWs as well as the recruitment agencies and employers, and to specifically ask POEA to take the following key steps:

● The condition in the provisional license pertaining to the 100 Virgin Job Orders should not be limited to 2 years or the Virgin concept should be completely abolished. There should not be a conditional clause of non-extension of license.

● There is a long back and forth thread about the issue and compliance between the agency and the employer. In this note, we made a lot of critical decisions because of the disruptive influence of requirements which we cannot able to see the importance of these requirements. It will only lead to employer’s decision not to hire a Filipino Workers that can result to significant rise of unemployment rate of Overseas Filipino Workers. To sum things up, it is a big risk because of this process and procedure. We believe that we are losing opportunities for the Filipino Workers because of the tedious procedure.

For some workers, going abroad is the only option. It can be improved significantly if only POEA can take a strong stand and commitment. Commitment in setting the rules by promoting Filipino Workers, providing fair rules to the recruitment agencies, and fast track the accreditation procedure. It’s very surprising that POEA is an ISO Certified organization and yet the turnaround time seems to be sluggish.

● We would also like to appeal for the revision on set rules for those agencies having provisional license where the 100 Virgin Job Orders are required. We believe that this is not vital in promoting Filipino Workers and getting employers across the globe.

The POEA must send a clear and powerful signal as the governing body that protects the interest for all the concerning parties as state above. We sincerely hope that we have conveyed a very exigent matter that needs your speedy action.

We are expecting an immediate intervention on the extension of the provisional license of these recruitment agencies who are not just affected but are also being exploited by the POEA Officials pertaining to the 100 virgin Job order scheme.


Sincerely,

Dalisay T. Bernal

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215 comments:

  1. Oh no.I felt the frustration with the situation and we need to resolve this right away. CALLING MR. BEN TULFO!

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    1. #BITAG na dapat toh eh.

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  2. With the current situation of the philippines inflation rate many filipino workers would want to immediately be deployed abroad to earn for their family. I hope the administration of POEA would hear the plea of the agencies and Support the fast track deployment of OFWs.

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    1. I agree, if we lose the employers with good employment offers, baka walang pinoy na makapag ibang bansa.

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    2. Mahalaga pa naman ang remittance ng OFW sa bansa

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  3. Another money making move of some corrupt people. Calling Duterte administration please.

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    1. Tatay Digong please take action.

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    2. ipa-tokhang na ang corrupt. I'm sure malaki mababawas sa populasyon.

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    3. Before this gets to Duterte, Mr. Ruaro clean up your mess, stop this extortion process.

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  4. This business is full of shit! We are constantly facing competing demands to other nationalities, sooner or later we will replace by Indian, Nepalese, Bangladeshi, etc. because of this system. How come we can get job orders from employers where this institution is eating our opportunities, delaying the process to get money. When greed comes in, logic comes out!

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    1. I don't see anything close to the full story but your opinion makes a lot of sense though

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  5. POEA admin Mr. Olalia should really investigate and act fast on this matter. Should we call on the media and Duterte administration before you take action on this?

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    1. That's true here with the huge exception that all cases cited are a matter of a court decision

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    2. Cut the red tape and revise your rules. End of story!

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  6. I agree with this everything is getting complicated there in poea and nothing will move without any payment any process to be done fast you have to pay money submitting job order taking 2 months for approval if u need fast approval u have to pay or suspension or cancel the agencies for any reason just to get money and open it again Corruption everywhere and times 10 now pleasee save this country save this poor people facility deployment for them to go and earn money and survive

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    1. In any government body sa pinas this usually happens. maswerte lang sila kasi mga ibang lahi naloloko nila dito sa POEA.

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    2. Mr. Olalia should really check yung mga bulok na sistema ng staff nya.

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  7. Lots of Agencies are suffering with this issue POEA should abolish the Virgin Job Order system !!

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    1. If I were to ask, POEA should please agencies more than anything else not the agencies please POEA. Why? Because if it's not for agencies POEA is nothing. Agencies are the ones promoting Filipino workers across the globe!!! Big check!

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  8. Bernadette SantiagoSeptember 6, 2018 at 2:47 PM

    I guess someone should really look into this situation. Why do they need a 100 to issue a new license again, and if they cannot be able to provide such does it mean they have to pay an amount just to get a license.not right.

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    1. Unfortunately YES they have to pay if they want that license done in a jiffy.

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    2. Sad truth ma'am di ba?

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  9. Kung sa NAIA may laglag bala sa POEA may laglag pera. Kawawa naman mga aspirant Filipino workers, ang dami trabaho at employers nakukuha ng mga agencies pero ang mga anay sa POEA ang sumisira sa pagunlad nito, bakit pa kasi kaylangan pahigpitin ang proseso e malinaw na oportunidad na ito sa atin mga Pilipino.

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    1. You nailed it Sir

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    2. Pera pera ang lingwahe ng mga ito

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    3. I strongly agree with you sir

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    4. Balutan na din natin sila ng plastic para di malaglagan ng pera haha.

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    5. Kakadaan ko lang sa poea kanina morning. Sabay nabasa ko to! Ang lungkot nang building na yun hindi man lang irenovate sana pati mga tao renovate nyo nadin

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  10. I understand the frustration of the people who wrote this open letter. I think other agencies should be able to understand the sentiment of the author of this letter. A 100 job orders is no joke. The most stable agencies can provide maybe but for small or start up agencies it can be a bit of a hassle.

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    1. That's why some of the employers are backing out from getting filipinos because of these requirements.

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  11. Sana POEA can finally be able to change their policies for agencies who are renewing or applying for license. Maybe you can make ammends naman with the agencies at hindi yung pag walang maprovide na 100 virgin job orders eh hingi nalang ng payment. If that is the case cut the 100 job orders requirement and just sell the license ar a certain price instead of extorting money.

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    1. Make ammends? I don't think they would do that, it's a dirty game they play.

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  12. I'm working in recruitment agency, the rules and regulations ng POEA ay tlga pahirap sa mga agencies. Dapat yung mga inaappoint may agency background so they will know how tough the competition sa abroad to get employers across the globe. Imagine yung mga marketing agents shinoshowcase ang capability ng mga Filipino workers, initially all good then pag dating sa pag accredit ng employer sa poea dito na nadidismaya mga emoloyers becase no. 1 ang tagal ng proseso no
    2 ang dami requirements. Yung mga employers mga business minded yan mga yan so time is really important to their business operations. Paki bilisan sana yung pag approve ng mga emoloyers at the same time mag focus sa POLO na sumuri ng employers, pag nasa poea na ang mga documents sana naman mabilis na maaprove. Not to mention pa dyan yung multiple accreditation policy, dapat dyan iabolish nadin kasi wala naman tulong yan policy na yan. Pinapahiraan nyo lang mga agencies na sila ang gumagawa ng paraan para mapromote ang mga filipino workers.

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    1. I'm also an OFW who usually coordinate with agencies sa pinas pag nagpapahanap employer ko dito sa Qatar. I can attest talagang malaki ang 100 job orders na hinihingi nila eh minsan naman 50 or less pa ang kaya ibigay ng employer namin.

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  13. 100 agencies @ 10,000 virgin Job order these agencies need to contact more than 100,000 clients in order to get this done.The bad competition and unhealthy business practice desperate business deals.
    The above letter is highly appreciated. Time for POEA admin to stop this nonsense & expose the syndicate.

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  14. So this is what it's all about. I didn't know POEA could do such things. I think that the policy is quite unrealistic.

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  15. Not good! Sino kaya yung mga nanghihingi. I'm sure they earned alot!

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    1. Someone already name dropped Mr.Ruaro and his accomplice.

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  16. There's no smoke without fire!!! :) extort pa more! kaya hindi umaasenso ang pinas....

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  17. That's the reason why yung agency ko is taking so long to deploy me! Ito pala yung nabanggit nila na reason! My gosh POEA kayo pala ang dahilan ng delay.

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    1. Ganito rin yung case ng amo ko, nag back out kasi sa tagal ng proseso may monkey business pla nagaganap

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  18. Because of the inflation rate siguro kaya nanggigipit din ang mga nang extort na yan!

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  19. redtape! excessive bureaucracy that turns to money making! help the OFWs, Admin please step up on this matter and abolish this rules - OFW from Qatar

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    1. Halos lahat ng sangay ng gobyerno may ganito! Pero ibang klase dito sa POEA

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  20. As an OFW, kung sakali na hindi makapagrenew agency ko paano kami na dineploy nila dito sa ibang bansa?

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  21. @BadBoyBawang dapat sa mahuhuli nagextort ipa tawan ng warrant of arrest para sama sama na sila ni Trillanes

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  22. I have a friend who owns an agency, sad but true. Whatever is written un this letter is the exact same sentiment of my friend. This should not be the case for people who outs up businesses and makes and effort to help deploy filipinos.

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    1. Yes brother. This is the exact same sentiment I felt. Thank you for sharing. This should not be the case of applying for a license for agencies.

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  23. Combining wisdom with modern application! this is what we need inside POEA. We are left behind with other countries in deployment process. You'll never hear an employer complains to Overseas Filipino Workers, BUT for the process of deployment, documentation, and procedures! We need to revamp the rules and regulations.

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  24. I GUESS THAT WAS THE FIRST RED FLAG, THEY COMPLICATE THE PROCESS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE IN DEALING WITH THE AGENCIES AND EMPLOYERS AND GET MONEY ON IT. 2017 WHEN I WORKED AS EXECUTIVE SECRETARY TO MY BOSS (SAUDI NATIONAL AND OWNER OF THE COMPANY) WHO ABOUT TO GET FILIPINO WORKERS IN OUR PARTNER AGENCY BUT UNFORTUNATELY BECAUSE OF THE LONG PROCEDURE, BACK AND FORTH DOCUMENTATION AND THE HELL OF WAITING, MY BOSS WAS FRUSTRATED AND CANCELLED THE VISA FOR FILIPINO, INSTEAD HE GOT WORKERS FROM BANGLADESH AND INDIA. ON THIS OPEN LETTER IT SHOWS THAT UNTIL NOW THERE IS NO PLAN OF ACTION OR CHANGES OF POLICY... STILL THE SAME, HOPE THE ADMINISTRATOR WILL LISTEN AND MAKE SHARP DECISION ON THIS MATTER.

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  25. This is a pain in the neck! Agencies are the helpers that support POEA in promoting Filipino Workers, but how come POEA makes things difficult to the agencies??? It doesn't make sense at all. If this were not from agencies then POEA would gain nothing. It's like bitting someone's hand that feeds you.

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  26. This is NO GOOD! Our agencies are helping filipino workers to have a job and now how come that POEA will do such things to the agencies???? Needs to be fix ASAP!

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  27. Admin Olalia, the ball is in your court! Clean this mess. #OpportunitiesForOFW #ReviseTheRules

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    1. Yet the government continues to delay. Hmmmp

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  28. Worst case scenario, employers would stop hiring Filipino because of this filthy rules

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  29. John Michael ZapantaSeptember 7, 2018 at 7:57 AM

    Kudos sa nag open letter! Pati pla sa POEA dami kabalbalan! Opportunity na mawawala pa sa mga kababayan natin dahil sa corruption at proceso! Para kayo mga butaw! Iniipit ang mga agencies para maglabas ng pera at ma approve ang job orders na hawak nila. Sino ang naiipit? Mga banyagang employers at mga ofws.

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  30. POEA Should Investigate Mr. Aristodes R Ruaro. Deputy Admin Licensing & Adjudication. Every agency know he take favours and it’s an open secret he have his agents collecting money.

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    1. I really vouch on this comment and he is the money making Mr. Aristodes Ruaro. Now for the first time ever please investigate this guy who is hunger for money and exploit agencies for his benefits. Marami kami taga agencies na pinagkaperahan! Mr. Ruaro, create your own luck through hardwork not by extortion

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    2. Finally someone name dropped! I work for an agency and yes he is one of the culprits for extorting money!

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    3. Finally expose na din sya! marami allegations about his guy from POEA! We wanna make sure to reach out for all of those who still missing out about the hanky panky business of the Deputy Admin Licensing & Adjudication.

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    4. Grabe may mga nabasa nga ako na links about extortion sa POEA and its almost billions. Grabe affected cguro talaga sila ng inflation rate kaya para paraan sa pagkita ng pera.

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    5. Yun lang name drop na! Naku kawawa ka naman sir pag nagkataon. Trabaho kasi ng malinis.

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    6. May mga alipores pa sya na nagcocollect ng pera. Patay kayo kay digong pag nagkataon sir! Ingat!

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    7. Kinakailangan mailantad si Ruaro na siya ay isa sa sira na opisyal na pera sa pagnanakaw mula sa mga ahensya

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    8. Work clean Mr. Ruaro. Is your salary not enough to fund the lifestyle you have?

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    9. This deputy really crossed the line! Nobody cant deny here that you are doing unethical business. Your name carries a potent amount of money from the agencies who you took advantage through your position and influence in POEA. It makes my claims sound objective and rationale but it is what it is, rid off the parasite in this government now!

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    10. Oh no Mr. Ruaro your reputation is at stake here. Man up! Work clean.

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    11. share nyo ito sa facebook guys! para sumikat!

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    12. How about give him amnesty? but the amnesty is voided - Trillanes

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    13. Donald Trump ApprenticeSeptember 7, 2018 at 8:41 PM

      Deputy Ruaro... YOU'RE FIRED!!!!

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    14. It's predecessor's footsteps

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    15. For too long dishonest individual has profited at the expense of undermining the integrity of professional and public life in this country

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    16. Kahit sa agency namin yan din sinasabi sa kanya

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    17. Ruaro and his accomplice are like rotten tomatoes they could spoil the good ones, better throw them out the trash.

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    18. Boom Exposed! ano kaya masasabi ni Sir Ruaro?

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  31. Ruaro need to be exposed he is one of the corrupt official looting money from agencies

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  32. He uses his power and position as to levarage and take advantage our resources! this is a big trap for us in the recruitment business - #RealTalk

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    1. This is nothing but shame

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  33. Good Day mga Sir and Ma'am, I'm here to share my sentiment on this letter. I was a Marketing Agent from one of the reputable agencies in the Philippines. My job back then was to acquire business to promote Filipino Workers to the foreign employers. It was a dignified and honorable job almost that you're able to represent OFWs, providing efficient and qualified Filipino workers. Presenting to the employers was really a rewarding job for me almost that I know that Filipino can stand out in terms of quality of work, work ethics, trusthworthy and who always wear smile even the going gets tough thus the foreign employers really look upon us "Filipino". It was like selling a hot cakes (pardon for a lack of better words) but it's really easy to sell our services but there's always a big BUT! and you know what is it? it's about the POEA/ POLO procedures and requirements! this time employers were disappointed about the long and tedious process. To make the long story short, employers want Filipino workers but they don't want our system in the deployment procedure. Why it takes that long to process the application or register the company of the employers? POLO can do its customer due diligence as simple as that, when they finally checked and approved, what the hell is the long process going on in the registration phase in the POEA??? Don't you ever thought about us (as marketing agent) got a real deal to the employers that could open doors to Filipino workers who want to work abroad hoping for financial freedom. I salute to this open letter and I hope that our government could see the real value of this.

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    1. I can see why you feel like that. Something similar has happened to me before and I felt the same way.

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    2. Easy money kasi talaga gusto nila.

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    3. Utang na loob, ayusin nyo mga taga POEA

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    4. admin,it's time to review your policy... sirang sira n kayo

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    5. Parang last week agencies sa FAILON NGAYON ang pinaguusapan ngayon extortion na. Ano ba POEA!

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    6. I don't think that they think about the consequences of their actions. Money is money. Mr. Ruaro greediness is next to ugliness! haha

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  34. Recruitment AgenciesSeptember 7, 2018 at 10:36 AM

    We are like a piggy bank that every body wants to rob

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  35. I think We need a major surgery in POEA officials and its rules and regulations. Abolish this baseless policy. Admin Olalia, we expect you to resolve these issues.

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  36. These are but a few examples of money making business inside POEA!

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  37. This represents a way to ring fence ‘loss of opportunities’ against corruption and liabilities and also for the POEA organisation regain the trust of agencies and OFWs.

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  38. AGENCY: 100 Job orders for you

    POEA: I'm happy to put you in queue

    AGENCY: What?? how long does it take to approve?

    POEA: It depends how much can you offer. Money talks!

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    1. The bigger the Offer the faster it gets! Give them a billion they can get it done for you upfront. #Moneytalks

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    2. I will decide without even blinking hahaha

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    3. Iba din ang diskarte dito! Ang tindi

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  39. Advance magisip mga corrupt sa POEA! The faster you can learn the faster you can earn! pa bitag na yan kay Sir Ben Tulfo in Action..

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  40. Thanks, it is great that you alerted us to this issue and I really hope that our President Duterte and Senate will investigate on this situation. Abolish this POEA Virgin Job Orders rules and money making scheme!!!!!!!!

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  41. It might sound completely over the top, leading to a loss of confidence of agencies to work on getting more employers overseas. I know others my fellow recruitment agency owners who have been in your situation and what they did? they can't help but to send money to the officials to get the license renewed and maintain the job orders they have. This is how the agencies cover up the inefficiency of the POEA. The long process and documentation are seriously bad! Admin Olalia, make a strong investigation on this and fix the sentiments of the agencies about the unjustifiable procedures!

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  42. YourWorkSoundsFamiliarSeptember 7, 2018 at 12:59 PM

    Just like any other government body. Why oh why can't you work clean and have to ask for money. Buti pa mga MMDA nagagalit na pag nagbbigay ng lagay.

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    1. Mahirap talaga pag yan na ang personality ng tao, Yung pagiging sugapa sa pera kahit saan mo ilipat yan ganun at ganun din.

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  43. Ito nanaman issue ng POEA may nabasa nako na article just like this. Ano ba yan, papasilaw nanaman sila sa kaperahan!

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  44. Nobody argues if someone agrees with them so for the agencies don't dare tolerate those leeches, moneysucker inside POEA. If they asked for money say NO to them as simple as that! this is a signal of mutual respect. Maybe agencies feed those greedy officials. You might be part of it to blame

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    1. @Don Marino, maybe you don't know what are you talking about about the real situation on this business. POEA has the upperhand to terminate, cancel, not renewing license or suspend agencies. POEA corrupt officials taking advantage of the situation and ask for money and leave the agency no choice. If the agency would not follow to the money making scheme then it's the end of its license and it cost them more than you ever thought. My point is , investigate the officials who ask for money and also develop the process, simplified, and systematize to avoid corruption along the way.

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    2. Doing otherwise will seem! anyways, I'm a pro OFWs as my dad has been in Korea for decades. clean the mess as possible! spread love and peace! give thanks sa mga bagong bayani ng PILIPINAS!

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  45. That is where the bottle neck is located inside the POEA....haaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyssss!!! @_@ our job orders have been pending for months and eventually our client decided not to pursue getting Filipino workers because of the indefinite time given by the POEA on approving the orders. May forever sa POEA! :-) OMG

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  46. Bigyan nyo naman ng courtesy ang mga ahensya na nagpapakahirap humanap ng mga employers sa lupalop ng mundo para ibida ang mga pilipino Tapos ganon ganon nalanag!!!??!!! GRABE SYA gumagawa kayo ng sistemang bulok para makapangikil at manggipit!! kami mga ofw ang naiipit! eeh kung wala mga employers wala na kukuha saatin e san na tayo mag tatrabaho?? dito sa pinas?? pano yan ang baba ng pasweldo dito sa atin di na natin maayos ang buhas natin dito, pag asa ay mag abroad dahil sa palitan malaki ang naipapadala ng mga ofw sa kanila mga pamilya. MAHIYA NAMAN KAYO!!!! bwiset!

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    1. Sa HR recruitment department ako nag ttrabaho dito sa UAE, kapag sa ibang bansa kami kumukuha ng worker tulad sa india ,egypt at pakistan napaka bilis lang ng proseso wala na che che bureche!

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  47. all work together towards a shared goal {STOP CORRUPTION} Abolish POEA rules in virgin job orders and multiple accreditation.

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  48. This open letter makes me feel sick!

    Now, let's focus on describing it in a way where I felt the importance of duties of the sector.

    The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) is an agency of the Government of the Philippines responsible for opening the benefits of the overseas employment program of the Philippines. It is the main government agency assigned to monitor and supervise recruitment agencies in the Philippines.

    It's a crystal clear that the main function of POEA which is "responsible for opening the benefits of the OFW or promoting opportunties for filipino workers to work abroad -- ang linaw diba? the question then, how can the POEA gets employers across the globe? the answer mainly through agencies! though there are instances that government directly discuss and deal the job opportunities to the government of the foreign countries but again the main bloodline is through agencies!

    On this note, agencies provide the big market share to POEA in promoting Filipino workers, now, what the sentiment all about is to keep an open door policy for those agencies who are doing their best and not stopping them by restricting the policies without any sense at all. Could you imagine, an agency who would venture to this business spend a huge amount of money in order to get clients across the globe? so why the POEA prevents or limits them? POEA should act to check the employers about how legit it is and also the welfare of OFW but if the agency for example submit job orders meaning they are submitting job opportunities to the Filipino workers.

    POEA makes a complicated process on what basis? POEA should focus on the welfare of OFW, monitoring of Agencies and Employers but how come they spend more on approving job orders and renewing license of the agency who would like only promote Filipino workers?

    Let's avoid pointing finger at anyone specifically but PLEASE listen and stop this baseless rules and deal with chronologically underperforming staff in doing their duties.

    CHANGE IS COMING!!!

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    1. Good job for being politically correct. I hope all thoughts turn into things eventually. ***POEA admin please check this out****

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    2. Never blunt, on point! this letter serves as weapon to fight against extortion

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  49. Kakapanood ko lang last week ng Failon Ngayon about POEA, at nagsalita pa si Mr. Olalia. I hope admin ma work out mo po ito

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  50. Tatay Digong to the rescue. Wait lang kayo may araw din kayo boss

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  51. It's a form of gas lighting (manipulation) in order to get money! this is a serious matter and an eye opening moment to everyone especially for OFWs!

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  52. Lorena Marie QuimbaoSeptember 7, 2018 at 5:42 PM

    Shame on you mga corrupt sa poea naturingan pa naman kayo mga officials. Pano ba kayo napadpad dyan??? Paberna ko kayo ������

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  53. Sobra naman pang gigipit ito sa mga recruit agencies mga bossing! Read my lips.... f*%& $#@+/$$$$

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  54. I'm an entrepreneur and I'm planning to start my own recruitment agency soon but these concerns made me worried about the left and right corruptions and disruptive policy, as I've heard to my friends from the industry money eaters are the officials and majority are in the management positions. Change the rules please admin,this business will open a huge opportunity to many filipino workers and we know the fact that Philippines is the human capital in the world so let's capitalise the strenght of Filipino workers and amend the rules according to ethical standard. Protect the agencies admin Olalia.

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    1. Sir we feel you, but we hope that you will not be fully discouraged to start a business in the philippines, we are all hopes that this will change.

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  55. Wag nyo hintayin mga investors mawalan ng tiwala mag invest sa pinas lalo na ang mga agencies na karamihan mga expatriates ang partners.IMAO!!!!!!

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  56. Assalamualaikum brothers & sisters. Wag ppasilaw s pera. If u want change, change urself first... POEA needs to change many areas,its people and its policy. What is the relevance of 100 virgin job orders for the probational license to become full license?please explain? And yet you require the start up agencies to deployed 100 workers in a year or so? Don't rush them because it might cause them find unqualified employers or worse push them to deal with the employers in providing free of charge fees that the workers would suffer for placement fees. This is a wrong practice to condition the start up agencies. Give them enough time,let them breath for a while and help them simplified the process of registering their employers and also their license. If you cant see the implication of this then it means you are doing a corrupt business inside POEA. Papahirapan nyo mga agencies para gipitin at kumapit sa patalim at magbigay ng pera para ma approve ang kanila license at mga naka bitin na job orders.

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    1. Strongly agree....Inshaalaah all these dirty rules would end soon

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    2. Agree! iba talaga kapangyarihan ng pera eh

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  57. Whether the POEA is doing it knowingly or unknowingly this must be stop!

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    1. The government believes that bribery and corruption have no place in a modern econony. These proposals demonstrate our determination to be at the forefront of international efforts

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    2. Imbistigahan na!!!

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  58. For many agencies this can be a bitter pill to swallow though this is the dirty game and for you to survive you have yo play their games. Salute to this open letter, hoping to expose those irregularities and money making schemes. The Senate should investigate this issue.

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  59. #RaffyTulfoInAction

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  60. Philippine Overseas Extortion Administration!!!!Hahahahhahahhhh BbooOOOOOOHHHHHHH

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  61. URGENT-IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED! ALL CAPS PARA INTENSE! PRDu30 ITO NA PO ANG NEXT TARGET NINYO SIR ANG AYUSIN ANG BULOK AT MADUMING SISTEMA NG POEA!!!

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  62. I hope Mr. Olalia will respond swiftly and decisively on these issues.

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  63. I wudnt suRprIse the corRupt guys in PoEa aRe now snEakiNg oFf thE sitUatiOn . Dnt juSt ScraTch uR heAds whEn U cAught OfF GuArD! WTF!

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  64. Dapat wala ng POEA

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  65. We are on the transition economies and it certainly true thay OFWs suffer most from corruption made by the POEA officials by prohibiting the job orders and so the licensing of agencies. Corruptions involving duputies,evaluators,rank and file officers! All these might probably directed by the management.

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  66. The same holds for its promised to tighten the controls on the employers listing but the system is in even worse shape.

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  67. Corruption is like a deadly virus. It had no boundaries. We need to fight it wherever it is found.--> POEA

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  68. Administrator Olalia, create a pathways that give your staff tools to engage and participate in identifying the root of these anomalies.

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  69. This should be brought into tri-media by all means. It's a wake up call!!

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  70. Mag kaisa sana ang recruitment agencies at OFWs para mabago ang pamamalakad ng poea

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    1. OFW people power!!! Game!

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    2. Bangon pilipinas! Pati ba naman sa poea may mga anay din pla

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  71. Sa mga comments damang dama ang pagkadismaya ng mga kabayan natin. Huli na mga modus ninyo! Last nyo na yan!!

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  72. We should share this sa FB and other social media accounts. Spread the word.

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  73. Money makes the world go round!

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  74. Let this be an eye opener for us OFW and to the recruitment agency industry

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  75. Send them to the senate for investigation

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  76. Someone should go to POEA and expose this under the table system

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  77. Calling the immediate attention of Admin Olalia. We are in the recruitment agencies for years and this issues have been draining our operations; it's really a burden to us the rules and its people behind this corruptions

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  78. Mr. Ruero your ass is on the line YAhhooooooOO!!

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  79. I click on a headline because a single word strikes me uo! that's POEA! and it's making money ouf of the pocket from agency owners! What a shame you have these hungry hippos to eat qll grass on the land!

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  80. It provides a sense of togetherness whenever I read the opinions of the people who have the same sentiments. I hope this advocacy would reach to the office of the President.

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  81. WTF is happening??????????

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  82. Gosto ko ko makta SinasaBon ni Ser #RaffTufo Ang mga Corrupt Officiales ng Poea....pop corn plz ^^,

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  83. Start the ball rolling in investigation and get rid off the perpetrator inside POEA! KLAS!!

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  84. This corruption issue has taken from developing Philippine economy, you POEA staff should understand that without job orders no opportunity comes in for filipino workers. This is major disruptive to the growing community for OFWs. For sure it is taking place at all levels inside the POEA government.

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  85. There are several issues in accreditation. For one, the nature of accreditation only puts pressure on those employers who are willing and able to undergo the tedious process. It has implications on the employability of Filipinos to safeguard and check their employers which is agreeable and fair to do so by POEA & POLO;however,problems complicates when officers of these entities involve in corruption. The authority has the capability to procastinate the process and in order for them to facilitate your accreditation, as agency you need to pay a huge amount of money if you don't want delays or disapproval of your accreditation. This is the ugly truth happening in POEA

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  86. Let's get this taken care of right now. POEA management is the obvious department to start to clean corruption and extortion that lead to a dead air process of licensing renewal and accreditation of foreign companies. When large chunk of documentations and gray timelime then corruption takes place. Give them money to solve issues back and forth but if you don't,you would end up like a headless chicken waiting and wondering without any results until your documents expire and your foreign employer does back out on your agreement and if you are a newbie player in the industry who happens to look after your probationary license then you are more likely at large to the corrupt people.This situation had really happened to my dear friend who lost his interest to invest in his humble agency.

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  87. I guess what I got into marketing is my passion in acquiring business. I'm working in a land based agency to get clients from Saudi Arabia, my clients are really enthusiasts to hire Filipino workers. I spent most of my energy on optimizing and reinventing manpower models and processes to fast track our business transactions with my clients. However,as far as my efficiency and dedication to get clients,I can't control the part where I have to register my client to the POEA. In this phase, problems and complains rise from the clients as it takes time plus the heavy documentations requiring from my clients. Not to mention the problem where POLO has different requirements compare to POEA. After compliance of my clients then deficiency comes back and forth, even though it supplied but it's actually mess up at the emd of the day. I don't know who are the staff of POEA/POLO, where they came from? What industry? I don't know. I only know the fact that they are incompetent and the y don't know systems at all no formal trainings I guess for their jobs which cause direct impact on the timeline process! Now, after I read the open letter, I felt frustrated tk the fact of corruption which I know it adds on the delays and disapprovals of client's registration. Clients are in the sunk cost fallacy they have no choice but to bear the dirty and long procedure

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    1. Let us hope for the best that the policy will be ammended and that the rotten ones be gone from that department.

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  88. None of the policy in the government can ever be perfect and no one expects it to be. But corruption is totally different story! Mr. OLALIA check your staff

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  89. Halata tlga na may naggapanp na kurapsyon. Kaya ang tagal ma approve ng mga documento nag hhintay lang ng lagay

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    1. Kasi naniniwala sila na "Money makes the world go round"siguro.

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  90. Abolish the POEA rules on virgin job orders! Wala naman valid reason tong policy na ito. Pano nyo naisip yung ganito sistema?

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  91. It is still plagued by rampant corruption

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  92. Working OFWs and Recruitment agencies who've entrusted officials in POEA to spend a portion of their hard earned salary as taxes and for the benefit of the collective good in promoting jobs, now violate the trust by these corrupt POEA officials.

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  93. Without a doubt, proven itself the corruption in Philippine Overseas Employment Administration. I'm not alleging this. It is a proven fact.

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  94. Filipino Jobs overseas and opportunities are stolen by its POEA officials. They delay, prevent and cancel these job orders given by the recruitment agencies in a way to extort money!

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  95. It seems the administrator seems to refuse to address corrupt officials who steal funds from agencies,give him the attention to push him terminate his corrupt staff and abolish the said 100 virgin job orders

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  96. Another corrupt government sector :-(

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  97. Slash Government Regulations,Cut Red tape, and Prosper -- Steve Hanke

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  98. Someday soon wawalan nalang tayo ng trabaho sa ibang bansa dahil sa mga balasubas na ito.. pera pera nalang lahat yung mga nakaupo dyan na walang ginawa kondi magisip ng paraan pano makakahuthot hindi umiisp ng paraan pano mapapagaan at mapapabilis ang trabaho at pagpasok ng mga foreign employers sa ating banda. Justice for OFWs!!

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  99. Dapat palitan ang mga nakaupo sa pwesto nila yung may nga background sa manpower industry hindi yung kung sino2 lang ilalagay nila na wala naman alam kundi magnakaw

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    1. Palitan nadin pati mga nakatayo. Lol

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  100. Job overseas is associated with higher levels of GDP in accordance with the remittance of OFWs,now it yields smaller and smaller gains because of inhibitions of the culprit government officials. In other words, you put a heavy weight on the potential growth of our country. Hindi nakakatulong ang pamamalakad nyo, nagpapahirap lang kayo!

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  101. The easiest way is the simplest! Alisin na yan mga conditions na yan sa pag renew ng license. Look! How can you imagine POEA requires agency whose probationary license will be only become full license if agency could provide 100 new job orders from new foreign employers? And should deployed workers in 2 years time??? Again whether 1 or 100 orders yan still it's a job order that tantamount to opportunity for Filipino workers. Where's the logic??? It's absolutely a trash policy and unnecessary conditions! You abuse our industry! Kawawa naman kami mga taga agency

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  102. This process of POEA for accrediting foreign employers involves both expense and delays with unfair amount of back and forth between the agency and foreign employers in complying documents and deficiencies which absolutely garbage! It often takes far longer and the sad part foreign employers were dissapointed with timeline. Should the administrator responsible for this?... it's a big YES!!!

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  103. As far as I am concerned if the company has provided all necessary requirements why do you need to ask for money for faster processing. Isn't it that The president has already requested for fast processing of documents. Nasilaw nanaman sa pera.

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  104. Extortion is the key to fast processing of license. This should be published on newspapers and social media accounts para mas mapansin yung plea ng agencies and most of all para mapatalsik na sila!

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  105. It was anticipated that this would put significant low in the numbers of job orders available in POEA. Downsizing is inevitable if this wouldn't stop

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  106. BAKIT MAY PROVISIONAL LICENSE???? HINDI BA PWEDE ISANG LICENSE LANG ANG GAMIT AS LONG AS VALID YUNG LICENSE AY ENOUGH NA YUN.???? MAIINTINDIHAN KO PA IF DRIVER'S LICENSE ANG USAPAN EH NA MAY STUDENT,NON-PRO AT PROFESSIONAL LICENSE. PERO ITO USAPAN POEA TO E HINDI NMAN ITO SKILLS NG TAO KUNDI PERFORMANCE NG AGENCY NA DAPAT DI SA GANITO KINOKONDISYON ANG AG3NCY DAPAT SA PAG SUNOD NILA SA PATAKARAN SA OFW SA PAGMOMONITOR NITO. HINDI KO MAKITA YUNG NEED PA NG PROVISIONAL LICENSE BAGO ITO MAGING COMPLETE LISENCE!

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  107. I guess that's how it really goes here in the philippines, or in any other country, malas lang kasi mas prominent sya dito sa philippines, Mr. Ruaro your name has been dropped I guess your career is super at stake this time. I guess this hasn't reached him yet cause if it did, there would be people commenting here defending him.

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  108. Look at this Admin Olalia! This really needs an investigation!

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  109. I understand that rules and policies are there for a reason, it is only right that we have strict rules upon issuing a license. But I don't think that adding more complicated things like issuing a provisional license medyo pahirap na yan, kasi after all na nag comply sila sa requirements still you won't approve of a license na maayos, plus the fact that they might have complied to all the requirements then for faster transactions mag extort nalang ng pera. tsk! epic fail yan POEA.

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  110. Revamp this requirements,or else it would be a loss to many filipino workers who dream to work overseas!

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  111. Baka yan ang solution nila sa inflation rate ngayon, EXTORTION!

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  112. How can we encourage investors or employers who can give 100 job orders, when they can pretty much tell the process inside POEA. corruption at its finest.

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  113. Talamak ang lagayan dyan sa poea hindi palakasan. Basta may pera ka lahay ng gusto mo may katapat na deal! Provisional license pwede nila gawin full license kahit hindi macomply ng agency ang walang basihan kondisyon ng renewal! Meron pa dyan yung mga papaso na ang lisensya tlga iipitin ka,hindo aaprubahan yung mga J.O. ng isang agency hanngang sa paexpire na ang lisensya at mawala na sya ng choice kundi maglagay. -True Story based from experience sa agency business

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  114. So disappointing ang mga greedy people, such a shame, there are some businessmen who can see this article and losing interest that can benefit and promote the OFWs, just because of these rotten tomatoes. saklap!

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  115. Only in the Philippines! EXTORTION nga at its finest mga freh!

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  116. Mr. Olalia please take action on this, prove to us that you are worth to be the admin of POEA.

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  117. First of all thanks to this open letter. It's really a big help for us working in the recruitment agency reading comments with mutual thought on the challenges we are facing in the poea guidelines. I wish this will serve as steps towards fighting of corruption and revise the policy and requirements. I believe that agencies are the ones who truly help the promotion of Filipino to work abroad. Give us appropriate procedures without supressing our job orders from our clients by delaying the documentation or not.renewing our license. We are representing Philippine labor to the investors/ companies, help us levarage our position to showcase our credibility in commiting to our clients in terms of time frame and documentation. Simplify the rules make the procedure of registration as easy as 1 2 3.

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    1. POEA has lot of things to catch up. Napag iiwanan na tayo ng ibang asian countries. Foreign employers always compare us to other neighbor countries in terms of fast deployment,machanism and procedures

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  118. Corruption is really rampant in the Philippines sad but true.

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  119. when Mr. Ruaro sees this he'll probably deny it. very common scenario for people who got exposed by their nitty gritty play.

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  120. Sino na dito nakapunta sa POEA located sa EDSA mandaluyong? Ang traffic sa lugar na ito kasi sobrang dami ng tao nagppunta,dinaig na ang prc pero kala ko karamihan ng mga tao nandoon ay mga applicante ofw or mag aabroad, kaya naisipan ko bumaba at mag apply at magbakasali nadin. Pagpasok ko sa loob bumungad agad sakin mga fixer na nag bbenta ng lagayan ng passport at tapos pag pasok sa gate si manong guard,ask sakin ng guard saan ako punta?sabi ko mag iinquire lang ng trabaho abroad. Malaman laman ko yung isa tao na halos kasabayan ko pumasok ang sabi nya ay mag aayos sya ng sss at pag ibig. Narealize ko na ang dami ng tao hindi sa mga ofw kundi sa mga ibang ahensya.ng.gobyerno.punta. of mapapansin ninyo kumokonti ang bilang ng ofw gawa ng wala ng job hiring sa pinas nagkakaubusan na dahil pla ito sa mga opisyal na corrupt. Opinion lang.

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