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349 hired on the spot in job fair
by Carlito C. Dar / PIA

The Department of Labor and Employment-led Labor Day Jobs Fair at the Baguio City National High School drew 2,401 registrants with 349 hired-on-the-spot (HOTS).

Of the total applicants that registered, 1,723 applied for local jobs while 678 applied for work abroad. 

A total of 1,839 of the applicants were near hires or those who just need to submit a documentary requirement or go for a final interview; 160 jobseekers were referred to the Department of Trade and Industry for business opportunities and 47 were referred to the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority for free skills training.

With the jobs fair anchored on the slogan, “Trabaho, Negosyo, at Kabuhayan,” the DTI-Cordillera also conducted a business forum at the venue to provide aspiring entrepreneurs with the needed information and on other related government services that they can avail.

DTI also set up a negosyo center along with the one-stop-shop government center joined in by various regional line agencies.

In line with the “Build, Build, Build” program of the government, 12 contractors of the Department of Public Works and Highways also set up booths to hire skilled workers for their projects.

Job applicants also enjoyed some perks with Tesda in partnership with technical-vocational institutions providing free health and wellness services such as haircut, massage, and manicure/pedicure.

Government-assisted micro, small and medium enterprises also had product display.

The jobs fair opened with a short program with DOLE-Cordillera Director Exequiel Ronnie Guzman and Asst. Regional Director Jess Atal, DTI Director Myrna Pablo, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration Director Manuela Peña, Mayor Maurio Domogan, and Rep. Mark Go.

During the program, OWWA distributed livelihood checks worth P20,000 each to 11 beneficiaries of the agency’s “Balik Pinas, hanapbuhay” program, a livelihood assistance package intended to provide immediate relief to returning distressed Overseas Filipino Workers.

DOLE also distributed livelihood assistance amounting P372,825 for the various livelihood undertakings of 19 program beneficiaries.

 
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Domogan conferred hall of fame plum for CSWD progs

Over 3T hired on the spot in job fair

Few barangays complied w/ profile requirement – council

Employers told to enlist domestic workers

Bank deposits reach P12.7 T in 2018

Bar passers urged to join gov’t

Urban gardens can add to Baguio’s tourist attractions

DOLE, OWWA release P1 M livelihood aid to CAR OFWs

DTI plans sessions to help local exporters become world-class

1.9 enrollees eyed in free TVET program

NYC assures wise mgmt of SK funds

Engineers asked to be transparent in dealings

CCTV footage of City Hall robbery suspect released

Lack of quorum cancels city council session for 2 weeks

CBAO to make inventory of city building available by Dec

Night earthquake drill to be done in Baguio as safety plan

Brigida Eskwela in city, May 20-25

Designation of action officer for special bodies proposed


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