OVP initiates job platform for Filipinos affected by pandemic


Vice President Leni Robredo addresses the media after the Supreme Courtroom, sitting because the Presidential Electoral Tribunal, introduced its newest motion in relation to the electoral protest filed by Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos. — CHARLIE VILLEGAS / OVP

The Workplace of the Vice-President (OVP) has once more initiated a program to help Filipinos left unemployed by the coronavirus pandemic — this time a platform for job listings free for each job seekers and employers.

Vice-President Leni Robredo on Thursday introduced the OVP has partnered with tech firm Elevatech Options to construct the web site Sikap.PH, calling the initiative “BAYANIHANAPBUHAY.”

“The aim of this initiative is to supply a platform that may make it simpler for our countrymen who’ve misplaced their jobs as a result of pandemic to search for different job alternatives,” Ms. Robredo stated in Filipino on her Fb publish. 

Ms. Robredo, who is understood for collaborating with civil society organizations and native enterprises by means of her AngatBuhay program, stated this system was the results of her talks with numerous employers together with EMS Providers Philippines, Inc., D.M, Consunji Inc., Heaps’a Pizza, Get Philippines, Empire East Land Holdings, and Solarwinds Software program Asia PTE LTD- Philippine department, amongst others accomplice organizations and corporations. 

In response to the VP, candidates on the lookout for job openings ought to proceed to the web site and click on “Join as a employee,” whereas employers who wish to publish their job vacancies ought to ship their contact particulars to the e-mail tackle bayanihanapbuhay@ovp.gov.ph

As of press time, the Sikap.Ph web site posted openings within the finance, meals, actual property, enterprise outsourcing, and companies industries. 

For the reason that pandemic started, Ms. Robredo’s workplace has launched a number of packages to assist numerous sectors deal with the lack of their livelihoods. In June, Ms. Robredo introduced that her workplace tapped households of drug conflict victims to assist in the manufacturing of native private protecting gear. —  Kyle Aristophere T. Atienza


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