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POEA opens one-stop shop for overseas workers - Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines - Filipinos hoping to work overseas can now secure all their required documents from a one-stop shop. Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the government is setting up one-stop shops around the country where all government front ...and more »

Filipino workers in Saudi company want to go home - Bulatlat

“We are enduring the fact that we have to be away from our families to provide for their needs. But now, we have lost everything.” By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO Bulatlat. MANILA – Overseas Filipino workers working in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia are asking the ...and more »

One-stop service center for OFWs opens for business - Rappler

The one stop service center is expected to serve as many as 2000 to 3000 OFWs everyday. Photo by Don Kevin Hapal. MANILA, Philippines – In response to President Rodrigo Duterte's orders to streamline government services, the Department of Labor and ...and more »

First one-stop shop for OFWs now open - GMA News

A one-stop shop is now open for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) where they can avail of all government frontline services. Launched on August 15, the One-Stop Service Center for OFWs (OSSCO) is located at the ground floor of the Philippine Overseas ...and more »

6 PHL labor officers in Riyadh seek early recall amid criticisms - GMA News

Six Filipino labor officers in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, have asked Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III to allow them to take an "early end of tour of duty" following criticisms on their performance in attending to the stranded OFWs there. In a letter to ...and more »

OFW groups divided over one-stop shop - Davao Today

DAVAO CITY — Various groups of overseas Filipino workers differ over the one-stop service center for OFWs with some saying that this is a positive move, while some see it as a move that will intensify the government's labor export policy of sending ...and more »

OWWA, Migrante clash over cash aid for stranded OFWs - GMA News

A pro-OFW group on Monday accused the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) of defying orders to distribute cash aid for all distressed OFWs in Saudi Arabia, but the agency was quick to deny this. In a statement, Migrante International said of ...and more »