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Tulungang Abante-Ople tagumpay

Mga Kwentong OFWs: OMBE NASAGIP! Sa pamamagitan ng Blas Ople Center nasagip ng mga tauhan ng Overseas Worker Welfare Administration-Philippine Overseas Labor Office (OWWA-POLO) sa Jordan ang isang overseas Filipino worker (OFW) na umano’y minaltrato ng kanyang employer. Mistulang natanggalan ng tinik sa lalamunan at kaba ang mag-asawang Rose, 45, at Jhon Ombe, 50 naninirahan sa no. 1858 Oro B ... Read More »

Ople Center appeals to gov’t to launch nationwide manhunt for illegal recruiters

August 26, 2016 OFW advocate Susan Ople called on law enforcement agencies in partnership with the Department of Justice, the Department of Interior and Local Governments and the Department of Labor and Employment to intensify its manhunt for illegal recruiters, particularly those with pending warrants of arrest. The Ople Center recently referred a case involving more than 200 victims of ... Read More »

OFW advocates, recruitment industry seek Senate, House to probe new monopoly on medical tests for Kuwait-bound OFWs

August 15, 2016 Labor advocate Susan Ople urged the labor committees of the Senate and House of Representatives to look into a new medical certification scheme for Kuwait-bound OFWs that charges nearly triple the costs of prevailing medical tests and limits the number of eligible clinics to only seven Metro Manila-based medical centers. The head of the Blas F. Ople ... Read More »

POEA Chief deserves praise, not ouster

The country’s biggest and well-established organizations in overseas employment expressed their full support to the leadership of Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz and Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), rejecting calls for their immediate ouster. The Philippine Association of Service Exporters, Inc (PASEI), the OFW Family Party-List, Philippine Migrants Rights Watch, Pinoy Expat Bloggers Awards (PEBA), ... Read More »

NGO wants stiffer penalties on labor attaché linked to cover-up of frustrated rape of OFW

February 21, 2014 Labor advocate Susan Ople called on the Department of Labor and Employment to reconsider its decision to merely impose a one-month suspension without pay on a labor attaché accused of covering-up the frustrated rape of an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW). Describing the decision an “insult to all OFWs”, Ople noted that the offense was far greater than ... Read More »

PHL EMBASSY REMINDS FILIPINOS TO CARRY IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENTS, PASSPORTS

From the Department of Foreign Affairs 16 January 2014 – The Philippine Embassy in Kuala Lumpur reminded Filipinos in Malaysia to fully complete their immigration documentation and always carry proper identification documents in light of the Malaysian Government’s announced crackdown on undocumented foreign nationals starting January 21. “We would like to remind our nationals to make sure that their immigration ... Read More »

Financial Fitness 101: A Day of Inspiration

Para sa mga OFW at kapamilya ng OFW, matutong mag-impok, magpalago ng pera, at pangalagaan ang kinabukasan ng pamilya.  Sumali sa Financial Fitness 101: A Day of Inspiration sa August 24, 2012 sa Laurel House, Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City simula alas-8 ng umaga.   Tumawag sa 833-5337 o pumunta sa link na ito para magparehistro: http://www.bizwhiz.com.ph/financial-fitness-for-ofws.html Read More »

Modern Slavery

By Susan V. Ople (Published in Philippine Panorama, Dec. 23, 2012)   What is the difference between forced labor and human slavery? Forced labor and slavery is defined by the Anti-Trafficking Act of 2003 as the extraction of work or services from a person by means of enticement, violence, intimidation or threat, use of force or coercion, including deprivation of ... Read More »