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DOLE launches OFW Watch apps to report abuse online

Manila, Philippines (November 28, 2019) - Myra Miguel is working as household workers for 6 years in the Middle East. She said that the work is very hard but she is willing to endure it but the salary is not enough or not even meet the minimum wage and he cannot ignore it.

The Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said that the government always has a program to protect overseas workers.

Because of the variety of apps, we have now, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) launches a new app for OFW's concerns. They can use the app if they have issues need to report.

The app has a wage calculator where they can track down their salary including Overtime, a day off, holidays and night shifts for them to know how much salary they will get monthly.

 According to Rose Manaog an OFW wife, she is now more confident for her husband because of the application. She said the app has a complete list of officials where her husband can seek help if there is a problem.

In a few weeks, the application will be available to all smartphones but in the meantime, the android smartphone can only download this app.

The recruitment agencies promise to have seminars for OFW's how to use the application.


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