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Work from home OFWs in the Philippines will not be eligible for ‘Balik Manggagawa’ OECs


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Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) states that Philippine-based OFWs working from home will not be qualified as returning workers.

The POEA administrator Bernard Olalia elucidated that those overseas workers who are currently under the work-from-home set up with their overseas boss would not be eligible for Balik-Manggagawa if they plan to apply for employment certificates. 

Image Credit: Philippine News Agency

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