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14 & 15 APRIL 2011 * 1.5 days - starts at 9am
EDSA SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, MANDALUYONG CITY
Clear all the confusions regarding the New Overseas Employment law which took effect on May 6, 2010. This new law that replaced RA 8042 has critical impact on all land and sea-based recruitment agencies and their insurers. It serves as the new bible of the overseas manpower industry.

Expert practitioners and authorities in government will help you understand what you must know so you can completely align your policies, procedures and processes in doing business the right way.

This special 1.5-day seminar is a comprehensive guide to the official interpretation and implementation of the new law that is also known as Republic Act 10022. We will feature salient provisions and highlight the changes, present actual cases and updated POEA rulings, give you valuable advice, priceless insights, and share with you best practices remedies and solutions to problems and challenges one encounters in the fulfillment of and compliance with this new law.

Whether you have an existing recruitment business or are planning to put up one, this program will definitely benefit you and your organization!

   ONE-TIME SEMINAR
Limited Seats Only, Pre-Registration Required

   REGISTER NOW
   Avail of Early Bird and
   Group DISCOUNTS


   Contact Person: Zennie Escudero
   Manila lines (+632) 556-8968 or 69
   Manila Telefax (+632) 842-7148 or 59
   Cebu lines (+63 32) 512-3106 or 07
   Email: zennie@cgbp.org
   Check: http://www.cgbp.org

Lecturer 1: Atty. Ferdinand A. Tan, has written many books and is the co-author of the newly-published Handbook on Overseas Employment and Pleadings. He is an expert in the field of overseas employment with over 17 years of solid experience as a practitioner serving numerous local and international recruitment agencies. He is a professor, special lecturer and legal office director at San Sebastian College and teaches law in other prestigious educational institutions in the Philippines.

Lecturer 2: Atty. Jone B. Fung, CPA, is the co-author of the Handbook on Overseas Employment and Pleadings. He is currently the officer-in-charge of POEA’s Anti-Illegal Recruitment Branch. He was formerly the OIC of Legal Research, Docket and Enforcement Branch and OIC of Operations & Surveillance Division, Anti-Illegal Recruitment Branch at POEA. As a lawyer and a CPA, he has held positions in the government and private sector as a corporate lawyer, legal officer and internal auditor.

    A MUST Attend For:

      • Recruitment Agencies
      • Insurers
      • Lawyers
      • NGOs in overseas employment
      • Stakeholders in the overseas
        employment industry and those who
        want to go into this business

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   Seminar Investment is P12,500
   inclusive of Meals, Resource Kit, &
   Certificate of Attendance
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R.A. 10022: THE NEW OVERSEAS EMPLOYMENT LAW

Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines
1.5 days - starts @ 9am, April 14 & 15, 2011


Course Outline

I.   REPUBLIC ACT 10022

     A. What is RA 10022?
     B. Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR)
     C. Declaration of Policies

II.  SALIENT PROVISIONS

     A. Definition of Terms
          • OFWs or Migrant Workers
          • Regular/ Documented Workers
          • Irregular/ Undocumented Workers
          • Head or Manage
          • Non-Licensee
          • Contracted Workers

     B. Deployment Policy of Migrant Workers
          1. Allowing the deployment of OFWs only in countries where the rights of Filipino migrant workers are protected
          2. Positive and concrete measures

     C. Certification Requirements
          1. DFA Certification
               a. Effectivity of IRR
               b. Status quo deployment period

          2. Implementation by POEA
               a. Based on the DFA certification
               b. Based on the POEA GB Resolution
               c. Coverage of agency-hired workers
               d. Payment of premiums by the recruiter
               e. For accidental or natural death, permanent total disablement
               f. Inter-agency committee headed by the Insurance Commission to craft necessary rules and regulations
               g. Schedule of Insurance Premiums on Compulsory Insurance Coverage for Agency-hired OFWs

          3. Optional Coverage of Compulsory Insurance
               a. Name hires
               b. Returning Workers
               c. Government hires

     D. Illegal Recruitment
          1. Amended Paragraphs of Section 6, RA 8042
               a. Paragraph (a) Insertion of the word “acknowledge”
               b. Paragraph (c) “act of reprocessing worker”
               c. Paragraph (e) “who has formed, joined or supported, or has contracted or is supported by any union or workers’ organization”
               d. Paragraph (k) “for any other reasons”
               e. Paragraph (l) “contracted worker”
               f. Paragraph (n) new paragraph: To allow a non-Filipino citizen to head or manage a licensed recruitment / manning agency

     E. Other Prohibited Acts

     F. Persons Criminally Liable for the Offenses

     G. Increase of Fines and Penalties
          1. Simple Illegal Recruitment
          2. Crimes involving economic sabotage
          3. Other prohibited acts
          4. Who may initiate IR cases?
               a. Labor Secretary
               b. POEA Administrator or their duly authorized representatives
               c. Any aggrieval person (Rule VI, Sec.5)
          5. Sufficiency of Complaint
          6. Legal Assistance During Trial and Preliminary Investigation
          7. Mandatory Repatriation of Underage Migrant Workers
               a. License of recruitment / Manning agency
               b. Fine 500T – 1M
               c. Refund of fees in full
               d. Refund independent of payment of damages
          8. Money Claims
               a. Effect of Illegal Termination and/or Deduction
               b. Effect of Final and Executory Judgement

     H. Roles of OE Stakeholders
          1. Role of POEA
          2. Role of OWWA
          3. Role of LGUs
          4. Role of DOH

     I. Membership Screening of POEA and OWWA Boards


III. LIABILITY/IES OF EMPLOYER AND THE LOCAL AGENCY
     (POEA Rulings on Recruitment Violation Cases)

     A. ADMINISTRATIVE
          1. Against the agency
               a. Grounds/prohibited acts/other prohibited acts
               b. Penalty

          2. Against the employer
               a. Grounds
               b. Penalty

               A.1.REMEDY/IES IN CASE OF ADVERSE DECISION
                    1. FROM POEA
                         a. Requirements
                         b. Period

                    2. FROM THE SECRETARY OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT
                         a. Requirements
                         b. Period

                    3. FROM THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
                         a. Requirements
                         b. Period

                    4. FROM THE COURT OF APPEALS
                         a. Requirements
                         b. Period

               A.2.How to avoid violations of the law on overseas employment and POEA regulations

     B. MONETARY LIABILITY
          1. Under R.A. 8042 as amended by R.A. 1022

          2. REMEDY/IES UNDER THE LAW AND NRLC RULES
               a. FROM THE LABOR ARBITER
                    1. Requirements
                    2. Period

               b. FROM THE NLRC
                    1. Requirements
                    2. Period

               c. FROM THE COURT OF APPEALS
                    1. Requirements
                    2. Period

          3. EFFECT OF SEC. 7 OF R.A. 10022 ON THE SERRANO CASE RULING

          4. How to avoid monetary liability?

     C. CRIMINAL LIABILITY/IES
          1. UNDER R.A. 8042 AS AMENDED BY R.A. 100022

          2. REMEDY

          3. How to avoid prosecution?

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SEMINAR FEE PER PERSON: P 12,500 (Fee covers Meals, Resource Kit, Certificate of Attendance)

GET AS MUCH AS 15% DISCOUNT! AVAIL OF ANY OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:

Less 5% for early registrants (on registrations made on or before March 24, 2011)
Less 5% for early payment (if made on or before April 4, 2011)
Less 5% for group registration (minimum of 3 participants)

REGISTER NOW to avail of Early Bird and Group DISCOUNTS
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