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The Public Employment Service Office in Bacolod City has posted available jobs for domestic services crew personnel to work at Mc Donald’s, Kuwait.

PESO manager Moises de la Cruz, said yesterday that Blazing Star International Manpower Services will conduct its initial interview tomorrow at the PESO.

He said Blazing Star is one of the agencies that has been conducting jobs fair with them and has deployed workers abroad.

De la Cruz also reminded other recruitment agencies planning to conduct jobs fair to go through their office to make sure that applicants are guided and will not become victims of illegal recruitment.

He assured all applicants that when they apply during jobs fair at PESO, no fees are collected and they are protected from illegal recruiters.

Meanwhile, applicants must bring their resumé, diploma, transcript of records, employment and training certificates, and passport (if any) for the interviews.

De la Cruz discouraged applicants from wearing shorts and slippers when applying.*LTG

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