How to Start and Manage an International Recruitment Agency
About the Seminar
Remittances from Overseas Filipino Workers play a big part in our country’s economy. This is because the demand for Filipino laborers is still high and workers who want to go abroad are still in abundant in the Philippines. Thus, the business of an international recruitment agency is very attractive but at the same time highly regulated by government. Therefore, owners and employees should be aware of the business and legal intricacies of operating an international recruitment agency.
• To enable the participants to have knowledge on how to start and manage an international recruitment agency
Who Should Participate
• Those who want to put up their own international recruitment business.
• Those who are employed or planning to be employed with an international recruitment agency
I. Overview of Industry
a. Relevant Statistics showing Demand for OFWS
b. Factors Affecting Supply of Labor
c. Difference between Local Recruitment Agency and International Recruitment Agency
II. Steps to Organize the Business and Acquire License
a. Sole Proprietorship/Partnership/Corporation
b. Foreign Equity
c. Minimum Capitalization
d. Disqualified Entities
e. Proof of Financial Capacity
f. Proof of Marketing Capacity – New Market (Virgin Job Order)
g. Surety Bond and Escrow
h. Office Space
i. Other Requirements
j. Types of License
III. Recruitment Process
a. Rules and Regulations (POEA)
b. Strategies on Sourcing
c. Interviewing and Screening of Applicants
e. Endorsement to Principal
f. Agent Management
IV. Marketing Strategies
a. Sourcing Clients and Promotion
b. Initial Customer Contact and Proposal Presentation
c. Closing the Sale
d. Job Order Accreditation
V. Operations (Process Flow)
c. Customer Service
VI. Sources of Income
a. Placement Fees
b. Service Fee
c. Other Sources of Income
VII. Cost Breakdown
a. Fees paid by Worker
b. Fees paid by Principal
c. Fees paid by Agency
VIII. Operating Expense Budget
IX. Operational Cost Analysis
X. Legal Concerns
a. Illegal Recruitment
b. Other common legal issues
c. Strategies for Settlement – Insurance
XI. Billing and Collection
a. Preparation of Service Invoice
b. Collection Process
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9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Php 3,000.00 per person (inclusive of snacks, lunch, seminar kit, handouts, certificate of attendance)
10% Discount if FULL AMOUNT is paid at least five (5) days before the event.
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- On-site payment (CASH only)
- Company checks are accepted, provided that they are received at least five (5) banking days before the event.
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