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Sunday, February 5, 2017

7 THINGS TO KNOW WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN


JAPAN has started hiring Filipino Housekeepers (household workers), but only for certain strategic economic zones (starting in KANAGAWA and OSAKA prefectures). 

Currently,there are only 2 licensed Philippine agencies with approved job orders for Filipino housekeepers issued by the POEA, (Magsaysay and Studio Kay International Corp.) 
Therefore, be wary of unlicensed recruiters, travel agents, consultancy firms, training centers which might be promising moon & stars, relative to this opportunity. Beware! They are not authorized to recruit and deploy workers for Japan.

If you are applying for housekeeping jobs for Japan, here are 7 things you need to know:
JAPAN has started hiring Filipino Housekeepers (household workers), but only for certain strategic economic zones (starting in KANAGAWA and OSAKA prefectures). Currently,there are only 2 licensed Philippine agencies with approved job orders for Filipino housekeepers issued by the POEA, (Magsaysay and Studio Kay International Corp.) Therefore, be wary of unlicensed recruiters, travel agents, consultancy firms, training centers which might be promising moon & stars, relative to this opportunity. Beware! They are not authorized to recruit and deploy workers for Japan. If you are applying for housekeeping jobs for Japan, here are 7 things you need to know: 1) NO Placement fee. 2) Training fee (Japanese language, culture, values) here, and in Japan, is @ NO cost to selected/hired workers 3) Maximum 3 years contract. 7 THINGS TO KNOW WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN 4) LIVE-OUT arrangement (dorm or staffhouse provided by Japanese Accepting Org.) 5) flexible work hours, with guaranteed 35 paid hours per week, and 1 day off weekly. 6) JPY905/hour as salary. 7) Statutory deductions in Japan, are deducted from salary: ~ applicable taxes & insurances ~ housing expenses ~ utilities Refrain from doing transactions from any recruitment agencies with policies not compliant with the abovementioned terms and conditions. Be smart! Do not be a victim. Source: Memo Circular issued & EC for Housekeepers approved by POEA last year
1) NO Placement fee.


JAPAN has started hiring Filipino Housekeepers (household workers), but only for certain strategic economic zones (starting in KANAGAWA and OSAKA prefectures). Currently,there are only 2 licensed Philippine agencies with approved job orders for Filipino housekeepers issued by the POEA, (Magsaysay and Studio Kay International Corp.) Therefore, be wary of unlicensed recruiters, travel agents, consultancy firms, training centers which might be promising moon & stars, relative to this opportunity. Beware! They are not authorized to recruit and deploy workers for Japan. If you are applying for housekeeping jobs for Japan, here are 7 things you need to know: 1) NO Placement fee. 2) Training fee (Japanese language, culture, values) here, and in Japan, is @ NO cost to selected/hired workers 3) Maximum 3 years contract. 7 THINGS TO KNOW WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN 4) LIVE-OUT arrangement (dorm or staffhouse provided by Japanese Accepting Org.) 5) flexible work hours, with guaranteed 35 paid hours per week, and 1 day off weekly. 6) JPY905/hour as salary. 7) Statutory deductions in Japan, are deducted from salary: ~ applicable taxes & insurances ~ housing expenses ~ utilities Refrain from doing transactions from any recruitment agencies with policies not compliant with the abovementioned terms and conditions. Be smart! Do not be a victim. Source: Memo Circular issued & EC for Housekeepers approved by POEA last year
2) Training fee (Japanese language, culture, values) here, and in Japan, is @ NO cost to selected/hired workers.

JAPAN has started hiring Filipino Housekeepers (household workers), but only for certain strategic economic zones (starting in KANAGAWA and OSAKA prefectures). Currently,there are only 2 licensed Philippine agencies with approved job orders for Filipino housekeepers issued by the POEA, (Magsaysay and Studio Kay International Corp.) Therefore, be wary of unlicensed recruiters, travel agents, consultancy firms, training centers which might be promising moon & stars, relative to this opportunity. Beware! They are not authorized to recruit and deploy workers for Japan. If you are applying for housekeeping jobs for Japan, here are 7 things you need to know: 1) NO Placement fee. 2) Training fee (Japanese language, culture, values) here, and in Japan, is @ NO cost to selected/hired workers 3) Maximum 3 years contract. 7 THINGS TO KNOW WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN 4) LIVE-OUT arrangement (dorm or staffhouse provided by Japanese Accepting Org.) 5) flexible work hours, with guaranteed 35 paid hours per week, and 1 day off weekly. 6) JPY905/hour as salary. 7) Statutory deductions in Japan, are deducted from salary: ~ applicable taxes & insurances ~ housing expenses ~ utilities Refrain from doing transactions from any recruitment agencies with policies not compliant with the abovementioned terms and conditions. Be smart! Do not be a victim. Source: Memo Circular issued & EC for Housekeepers approved by POEA last year
3) Maximum 3 years contract.

JAPAN has started hiring Filipino Housekeepers (household workers), but only for certain strategic economic zones (starting in KANAGAWA and OSAKA prefectures). Currently,there are only 2 licensed Philippine agencies with approved job orders for Filipino housekeepers issued by the POEA, (Magsaysay and Studio Kay International Corp.) Therefore, be wary of unlicensed recruiters, travel agents, consultancy firms, training centers which might be promising moon & stars, relative to this opportunity. Beware! They are not authorized to recruit and deploy workers for Japan. If you are applying for housekeeping jobs for Japan, here are 7 things you need to know: 1) NO Placement fee. 2) Training fee (Japanese language, culture, values) here, and in Japan, is @ NO cost to selected/hired workers 3) Maximum 3 years contract. 7 THINGS TO KNOW WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN 4) LIVE-OUT arrangement (dorm or staffhouse provided by Japanese Accepting Org.) 5) flexible work hours, with guaranteed 35 paid hours per week, and 1 day off weekly. 6) JPY905/hour as salary. 7) Statutory deductions in Japan, are deducted from salary: ~ applicable taxes & insurances ~ housing expenses ~ utilities Refrain from doing transactions from any recruitment agencies with policies not compliant with the abovementioned terms and conditions. Be smart! Do not be a victim. Source: Memo Circular issued & EC for Housekeepers approved by POEA last year7 THINGS TO KNOW WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN
4) LIVE-OUT arrangement (dorm or staffhouse provided by Japanese Accepting Org.)

JAPAN has started hiring Filipino Housekeepers (household workers), but only for certain strategic economic zones (starting in KANAGAWA and OSAKA prefectures). Currently,there are only 2 licensed Philippine agencies with approved job orders for Filipino housekeepers issued by the POEA, (Magsaysay and Studio Kay International Corp.) Therefore, be wary of unlicensed recruiters, travel agents, consultancy firms, training centers which might be promising moon & stars, relative to this opportunity. Beware! They are not authorized to recruit and deploy workers for Japan. If you are applying for housekeeping jobs for Japan, here are 7 things you need to know: 1) NO Placement fee. 2) Training fee (Japanese language, culture, values) here, and in Japan, is @ NO cost to selected/hired workers 3) Maximum 3 years contract. 7 THINGS TO KNOW WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN 4) LIVE-OUT arrangement (dorm or staffhouse provided by Japanese Accepting Org.) 5) flexible work hours, with guaranteed 35 paid hours per week, and 1 day off weekly. 6) JPY905/hour as salary. 7) Statutory deductions in Japan, are deducted from salary: ~ applicable taxes & insurances ~ housing expenses ~ utilities Refrain from doing transactions from any recruitment agencies with policies not compliant with the abovementioned terms and conditions. Be smart! Do not be a victim. Source: Memo Circular issued & EC for Housekeepers approved by POEA last year
5) flexible work hours, with guaranteed 35 paid hours per week, and 1 day off weekly.


JAPAN has started hiring Filipino Housekeepers (household workers), but only for certain strategic economic zones (starting in KANAGAWA and OSAKA prefectures). Currently,there are only 2 licensed Philippine agencies with approved job orders for Filipino housekeepers issued by the POEA, (Magsaysay and Studio Kay International Corp.) Therefore, be wary of unlicensed recruiters, travel agents, consultancy firms, training centers which might be promising moon & stars, relative to this opportunity. Beware! They are not authorized to recruit and deploy workers for Japan. If you are applying for housekeeping jobs for Japan, here are 7 things you need to know: 1) NO Placement fee. 2) Training fee (Japanese language, culture, values) here, and in Japan, is @ NO cost to selected/hired workers 3) Maximum 3 years contract. 7 THINGS TO KNOW WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN 4) LIVE-OUT arrangement (dorm or staffhouse provided by Japanese Accepting Org.) 5) flexible work hours, with guaranteed 35 paid hours per week, and 1 day off weekly. 6) JPY905/hour as salary. 7) Statutory deductions in Japan, are deducted from salary: ~ applicable taxes & insurances ~ housing expenses ~ utilities Refrain from doing transactions from any recruitment agencies with policies not compliant with the abovementioned terms and conditions. Be smart! Do not be a victim. Source: Memo Circular issued & EC for Housekeepers approved by POEA last year
6) JPY905/hour as salary.

JAPAN has started hiring Filipino Housekeepers (household workers), but only for certain strategic economic zones (starting in KANAGAWA and OSAKA prefectures). Currently,there are only 2 licensed Philippine agencies with approved job orders for Filipino housekeepers issued by the POEA, (Magsaysay and Studio Kay International Corp.) Therefore, be wary of unlicensed recruiters, travel agents, consultancy firms, training centers which might be promising moon & stars, relative to this opportunity. Beware! They are not authorized to recruit and deploy workers for Japan. If you are applying for housekeeping jobs for Japan, here are 7 things you need to know: 1) NO Placement fee. 2) Training fee (Japanese language, culture, values) here, and in Japan, is @ NO cost to selected/hired workers 3) Maximum 3 years contract. 7 THINGS TO KNOW WHEN APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN 4) LIVE-OUT arrangement (dorm or staffhouse provided by Japanese Accepting Org.) 5) flexible work hours, with guaranteed 35 paid hours per week, and 1 day off weekly. 6) JPY905/hour as salary. 7) Statutory deductions in Japan, are deducted from salary: ~ applicable taxes & insurances ~ housing expenses ~ utilities Refrain from doing transactions from any recruitment agencies with policies not compliant with the abovementioned terms and conditions. Be smart! Do not be a victim. Source: Memo Circular issued & EC for Housekeepers approved by POEA last year
7) Statutory deductions in Japan, are deducted from salary: 
~ applicable taxes & insurances
~ housing expenses 
~ utilities

Refrain from doing transactions from any recruitment agencies with policies not compliant with the abovementioned terms and conditions.
Be smart! Do not be  a victim.


***Please be reminded that jbsolis.com/Thoughtskoto is not in anyway connected to any recruitment agencies that hire people for Japan deployment. You can contact the POEA directly for info on how to apply.

Source: Memo Circular issued & EC for Housekeepers approved by POEA last year.

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