Public Employment Service Office (PESO)

VISION

To carry out full employment and equality of employment opportunities for all, and for this purpose, to strengthen and expand the existing employment facilitation service, machinery of Municipality of Capas thru Public Employment Service Office (PESO).

MISSION

To initiate and collaborate with all stakeholders and complement DOLE employment programs and services towards gainful employment to all Filipino Jobseekers.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Encourage employers to submit to the PESO on a regular basis list of job vacancies in their respective establishments in order to facilitate the exchange of labor market information service to jobseekers and employers by providing employment services to jobseeker both for local and overseas employment and recruitment assistance to employers.
  2. Conduct regularly a Local Recruitment Activity (LRA), Special Recruitment Activity (SRA) for local and overseas employment.
  3. Maintain a data base of applicants through PESO Employment Information System (PEIS) for job matching & posting and referral.
  4. Perform other programs of DOLE and attached agencies like OWWA, TESDA and POEA.

DIRECTORY / EMERGENCY HOTLINE

Name Contact Number
PESO Office (045) 925 – 0154 loc. 305 (045) 491 – 3840
MERLY S. BUMAGAT 09478917866
RACHELLE V. MANGUERA 09985683661
JOMER G. LAZARO 09101805152

PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES

A. LOCAL RECRUITMENT ACTIVITY (LRA)

             – Activity conducted at PESO Office wherein local employment has    been offered to jobseekers who wish to apply and is convenient on their part because the interview was done at the PESO office and no need for them to go to the said company or agency for initial interview & screening.

 B. SPECIAL RECRUITMENT ACTIVITY (SRA)

            – Overseas employment has been offered in this activity wherein licensed agencies accredited at POEA conduct recruitment at PESO office and likewise no need for jobseekers to go their agency site for the initial interview & screening.

C. SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR EMPLOYMENT OF STUDENTS (SPES)

                  – is an alternative for students to be gainfully employed while waiting for another school year to open. It is an employment program initiated by the Department of Labor & Employment to help poor but deserving students pursue their education by encouraging their employment so that they earn income to augment or pursue their education. 60% of their total salaries or wages will come from the LGU Counterpart while the other 40% will be through education vouchers to be paid by the Department of Labor & Employment.

 D. LABOR EMPLOYMENT FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS (LEGS)

                – Graduating students of vocational and baccalaureate courses who would sooner or later join the labor force are given orientation on labor & employment matters which aims to prepare the students in the world of work. The program will help graduating students become familiar with DOLE’s services on employment facilitation, worker’s protection and social security coverage for the employees.

 E. PRE-EMPLOYMENT ORIENTATION SEMINAR (PEOS)

                  – orient jobseekers on the matters relating to employment both local & overseas.  This seminar aims to help the jobseekers to be more competent and confident when they get on with their job hunting expedition.

 F. CAREER GUIDANCE COACHING (CGC)

                  – is widely accepted as a powerful and effective method of helping to bridge the gap between education and the world of work. It is a means of assisting grades 11 & 12 in making appropriate and judicious career, training and educational choices that enable them to develop their potential and have access to work opportunities that are compatible with their interests, values and abilities.

G. PESO Employment Information System (PEIS)

                  – contains the profiles of all persons and employers that registered through the National Skills Registration Program of the Department of Labor and Employment. It shows information on the qualifications and skills of the applicants as well as the job vacancies of registered employers. This registry is maintained and updated by all participating PESO’s nationwide.

H. OWWA Migrant Desk

                  – provide appropriate assistance to OFWs & their families and bring its programs & services closer to its OFW clientele. Protect the interest and promote the welfare of OFWs in recognition of their valuable contribution to the overall development effort.

I . Community Based Training Program (CBTP)

                  – The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) provide skills training to provide a better opportunity and engage them in sustainable wage & self-employment.

J. DOLE INTEGRATED LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM

  • Negosyo sa Kariton (Nego-Kart) provide the vendors with services that will enable them to increase, upgrade and diversify their products and services and market the same to more buyers or customers. Such services cover the acquisition of a vending cart and accessory of livelihood tools; provision of working capital for procurement on production of marketable goods or services.          
  • Kabuhayan Starter Kits – consists of package of services that will provide target beneficiaries – informal sector workers – both skills training and the necessary tools to enable them quickly start a livelihood activities and become self-employed in areas such as cosmetology, massage therapy, carpentry, dressmaking & others.
  •  COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT (CED) – assistance granted to a certain group or association that engaged in a certain business or livelihood undertaking.

K .TULONG PANGHANAPBUHAY SA ATING DISADVANTAGED WORKERS (TUPAD)

                  -provide emergency employment to qualified beneficiaries/workers and were given the opportunity to earn wages at par with a minimum wage salary and at the same time help the local communities in its cleaning, clearing & declogging of canals.

L .GOVERNMENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (GIP)

                  – fresh or newly graduates of vocational or college course who will work in government to gain experience in the field of public service. They will be given 75% stipend on their salary.

M. JOB FAIR

                  – a recruiting event where jobseekers meet with multiple employers both local and overseas employment. The company representative will provide information about general career opportunities as well as specific details on current openings..

JOB OPENING & REQUIREMENTS

  1. SAVEMORE MARKET
    • Store Operations (Cashier, Stock Clerk, RDU Clerk, Bagger)
      • 4 -year Course Graduate or any 2-year course or atleast 2 years in college (undergraduate)
    • Office Assistants (Accounting, Treasury, Human Resources)
      • Female
      • Graduate of BS Accountancy, Financial/Management Accounting, Accounting Technology, Banking & Finance, Psychology, Human Resource Management & other Business-related courses
    • Customer Assistant
      • Atleast 5’4” in height
      • 4-year Course Graduate
      • Female
      • Preferably Single
      • Willing to be trained in the different divisions of Store Operations & Support Teams
  2. iQor
    • Customer Service Representative
      • Atleast High School Graduate
      • 18 years old above
      • Male or Female
      • Can speak and understand basic English
      • Knows basic computer operation
SCHEDULE of Activities (October 2 – 6, 2017)
Activity Date Time
1.    Office Hours Monday – Friday (except Holidays) 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
2.    Local Recruitment Activity (LRA) – Savemore Market Oct. 3 – 4, 2017 Tuesday – Wednesday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
3.   Awarding of Salaries of TUPAD Regular (30 Beneficiaries) October 5, 2017 Thursday 1:00 pm – onwards