If you are a foreign company or individual that is interested in hiring Filipino workers, you will have to work thru a government-licensed agency to select and process the workers.
The Philippine government closely monitors the activities of companies engaged in the deployment of workers for jobs in other countries. Every Filipino worker has to go thru a process that will ensure he is registered with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), that he has read his rights as a worker in the destination country, and that he knows where he is going and what he is getting into. This process is administered for the worker by a licensed agency.
ABBA as a licensed agency will perform for a foreign company all
activities needed in hiring and eventually deploying workers:
sourcing for applicants, advertising for vacancies, interviewing and
pre-qualifying candidates, processing the selected candidates,
giving them orientation and facilitating their departure.
There are different documentation requirements for foreign companies, depending on where these companies are domiciled, but generally, two important documents are asked. One is the Special Power of Attorney appointing Abba as the foreign company’s representative in the Philippines for its manpower needs. The second is the submission of proof that the foreign company is authorized or has the capability to recruit workers in the Philippines.
The fees of Abba vary, depending on the number of workers required, the length of time that the workers will be processed, and the complexity of the requirements. Generally,
we will ask questions about a number of things before we quote our prices.