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Sixty companies
joining jobs fair

Sixty overseas and local companies will join the jobs fair of the Bacolod Public Employment Service Office on June 15 and 16 at Robinsons Place-Bacolod as part of the city’s 74th Charter Day celebration, Moises de la Cruz, PESO manager, said yesterday.

De la Cruz said pre-registration is on June 13 and 14 at Robinsons Place, and they will be joined by 20 recruitment agencies for the overseas jobs and 40 local companies on the jobs fair.

Applicants must bring their resumes, transcripts of records, employment and training certificates, passports, and other documents, he said.

Applicants must pre-register so they can be accommodated first on the day of the activity, he added.

The recruitment agencies are Al-Alamia International Manpower Services, Blazing Star IMS, Anchor IMS Inc., Concorde International Human Resources Corp., EEI Corp., France Asia International Inc., Surefeast Manpower Services, Landbase Human Resources Comp., Lead Resources Management Corp., MMML Recruitment Services Inc.;

Mori International Agency Corporation, Victoria Services Inc., SK International Manpower, STD Overseas Manpower Services, YWA Human Resource, Jones International, Pisces International Placement, East-West Placement Center Inc., Golden Legacy Jobmovers Corp., and Mitch International.

Local companies are San Miguel Brewery Inc., Panasiatic Solutions, Universal Robina Corp.-Sugar Division, Lopez Sugar Corp., Teletech Customer Care Management, RD Pawnshop, World of Fun, Fast Cargo Logistics Corp., Toyota-Bacolod, Merci Bread and Pastries, Bong-Bongs, Aldrtz Corp., Max’s Restaurant, The Travel Lounge, Philam Life, and Teleperformance-Bacolod.

The jobs fair is in partnership with the Department of Labor and Employment and ABS-CBN-Bacolod, he added.

De la Cruz also said there is a shortage of qualified applicants for service crew for Middle East countries, adding that they are conducting skills trainings for service crews to address the problem.

PESO is also sponsoring trainings on restaurant management, culinary arts, bartending, housekeeping, and carpentry with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority and VMA Global College, he added. *LTG

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