Set to fly home OFWs in Saudi

September 21, 2019
THE Department of Labor and Employment has said the government is ready to repatriate about 50,000 Filipino workers from areas affected by the weekend bombing of oil plants in Saudi Arabia should the situation worsen in the world’s top oil exporting country.

Distressed Overseas Filipino workers brought home

August 23, 2019
Aside from the cash assistance provided by the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, the returning workers were also welcomed by officers of the Coalition of Licensed Agencies for Domestic and Service Workers (CLADS), the biggest country-specific organization of recruitment agencies, the Philippine Recruitment Agencies Accredited to Saudi Arabia (PRAASA) and the Overseas Placement Association of the Philippines (OPAP) who gave each worker additional cash of P1,000 and bags of groceries for their families.