Decent and productive employment for every Filipino worker. This is the vision by which the DOLE continues to live by. Every day, we seek the promotion of gainful employment opportunities, advancement of workers' welfare, and maintaining of industrial peace. Working at DOLE takes you places: at worksites around the country and at our overseas posts in countries where we find OFWs. At DOLE, we attend to the needs of employees and employers alike, promoting harmonious, equitable, and stable employment relations that assure equal protection for the rights of all concerned parties. We optimize the development and utilization of the country's human resources. We are forerunners in international forums that push for just and human working conditions.
Like you, we are people-centered, values-driven, professional, responsive, and passionate about our work.
Whether you are a new graduate or a professional who wants to work for the government, DOLE welcomes you. We believe that your talents and skills will help us continue to move closer to our vision.
So visit our website and explore endless opportunities of professional and personal development in a career in our organization.
We believe that you bring with you unique skills and talent that can help improve and develop our work, whether you are a new graduate or a professional who wants to work for the government. We are actively seeking the best talent to join our organization.CENTRAL OFFICE Services Administrative Service as of 22 February 2017 Financial Management Service as of 04 May 2017 Financial Management Service as of 16 January 2017 Financial Management Service as of 05 January 2017 Human Resource Development Service as of 04 May 2017 Internal Audit Service as of 04 May 2017 Internal Audit Service as of 05 January 2017 Information and Publication Service as of 08 May 2017 Information and Publication Service as of 27 March 2017 Legal Service as of 13 February 2016 Legal Service as of 12 January 2016 Legal Service as of 15 November 2016 Planning Service as of 04 May 2017 Bureaus Bureau of Local Employment as of 21 April 2017 Bureau of Local Employment as of 04 April 2017 Bureau of Local Employment as of 25 March 2017 Bureau of Local Employment as of 10 March 2017 Bureau of Local Employment as of 07 March 2017 Bureau of Labor Relations as of 20 March 2017 Bureau of Labor Relations as of 03 January 2017 Bureau of Labor Relations as of 07 November 2016 Bureau of Working Conditions as of 22 March 2017 Bureau of Working Conditions as of 26 January 2017 Bureau of Workers with Special Concerns as of 17 November 2016 International Labor Affairs Bureau as of 09 March 2017 International Labor Affairs Bureau as of 04 March 2017 International Labor Affairs Bureau as of 12 January 2017 National Reintegration Center for OFWs as of 09 January 2017 REGIONAL OFFICES DOLE-National Capital Region as of 03 May 2017 DOLE-National Capital Region as of 12 April 2017 DOLE-Regional Office No. 3 as of 27 February 2017 DOLE-Regional Office No. 3 as of 19 January 2017 DOLE-Regional Office No. 5 as of 19 January 2017 DOLE-Regional Office No. 5 as of 08 September 2016 DOLE-Regional Office No. 6 as of 04 May 2017 DOLE-Regional Office No. 6 as of 19 January 2017 DOLE-Regional Office No. 6 as of 02 November 2016 DOLE-Regional Office No. 10 as of 09 March 2017 DOLE-Regional Office No. 10 as of 19 January 2017 DOLE-Regional Office No. 11 as of 30 August 2016 ATTACHED AGENCIES Employees' Compensation Commission (ECC) Institute for Labor Studies as of 07 November 2016 National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB) National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC) National Maritime Polytechnic (NMP) National Wages and Productivity Commission (NWPC) Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC) Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) Downloadable Forms/References: CSC Accredited Training Institutions as of December 2015 Personal Data Sheet (PDS) CSC Form 212, revised 2017 PDS-Attachment to CS Form 212 - Work Experience Sheet Guide in Filling Up the PDS
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) continues to look for individuals who can join us fulfil our vision of decent and productive employment for every Filipino worker in the following areas of our work:
Our Services are responsible for providing advice and support services relating to their respective areas of concern, so as to ensure Department’s efficient, effective and economical operations.
Our Bureaus primarily perform policy and program development and advisory functions for the Department in the administration and enforcement of laws along their respective areas of specialization.
DOLE Regional Offices
What our Bureaus develop and enforce, our Regional Offices implement. The men and women in our Regional Offices continue to provide economical, efficient, and effective services to the people in coordination with local government units. Our offices are located strategically in the Philippine archipelago for easy access to labor and employment services.
Visit the Quick Links in our home page to check the career opportunities offered by our regional offices.
DOLE Attached Agencies
DOLE’s 12 attached agencies assist in promoting gainful employment opportunities, advancement of workers’ welfare, and maintain industrial peace. Our attached agencies initiate policies, programs, researches, conduct effective conciliation and mediation and speedy labor or industrial settlements, as well as administer certifications that benefit employees and employers, helping companies put safe, healthy, and conducive work places.
Visit the Quick Links (clickable; linked to page) in our home page to check the career opportunities offered by our attached agencies.
"It's all to do with the training: you can do a lot if you're properly trained."
- Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain
In DOLE, every employee is valued. We help each other grow and develop to the fullest potential. We think of training as an important part of career development of all our employees, and they come in different sets. Training takes the form of on-the-job training, job enrichment, and structured training both locally and overseas. Informal learning sessions, such as sharing of what one has learned in a recently-attended training of co-employees, also take place.
As soon as you enter DOLE, you will undergo an induction program. DOLE also gives core training programs for technical and administration positions, supervisors and middle managers, and directors. We also take into consideration the future of the Department by honing the knowledge, skills, and attitude of the finest people of the organization through the DOLE Next Gen of Leaders, our management succession program.
To match our training programs and initiative, the Department also offers scholarships for completion of Bachelor’s, Graduate, or Post-Graduate studies, as well as attendance to review classes or refresher courses. Scholarships could either be of local and foreign.
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Prevailing Wage Notice
CNMI Department of Commerce wage survey http://www.wia.gov.mp/downloads/2014_PWWAS_061715_FINAL.pdf. was published on June 17, 2015. The issue date is the date used by OFLC to calculate the two year validity of the survey. The PWS expires June 17, 2017.
USCIS Fraud Notice:
Employers who abuse the H-1B visa program negatively affect U.S. workers, decreasing wages and job opportunities as they import more foreign workers. To further deter and detect abuse, USCIS has established an email address REPORTH1BABUSE@USCIS.DHS.GOV which will allow individuals (including both American workers and H-1B workers who suspect they or others may be the victim of H-1B fraud or abuse) to submit tips, alleged violations and other relevant information about potential H-1B fraud or abuse. Information submitted to the email address will be used for investigations and referrals to law enforcement agencies for potential prosecution.
Report US Immigration Fraud to ICE: Phone: 1-866-347-2423 (1-866-DHS-2-ICE) Individuals can also report allegations of employer fraud or abuse by submitting Form WH-4 to the US Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: USCIS Will Accept CW-1 Petition for Fiscal year 2018 Beginning April 3, 2017. Details here
Employee Rights in the CNMI:
USCIS has reached the CW cap for FY 17
The Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007 (Public Law 110-28) CNMI application timetable:
The next increase unless there is a delay will be on September 30, 2017 and every year thereafter at $.50 increase which will bring the CNMI federal minimum wage to $7.05 per hour until it reaches the applicable US federal minimum wage.
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 29, 2016
THE CNMI DEPARTMENT OF LABOR OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY ISSUES THE FOLLOWING
N.M.I. ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CHAPTER 80 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, SUB-CHAPTER 80-20.1 EMPLOYMENT RULES AND REGULATIONS § 80-20.1-210(C)(3) Exemptions from Workforce Participation §80-20.1-215(b) Particular Construction Project. Exemptions issued prior to this notice remains in effect until their expiration date.
This moratorium notice shall be in effect until such time that the CNMI Secretary of Labor publishes a new notice on this matter.
Employee Rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act
Now Hiring section: highlighting employer's hiring programs
MSHA’s Educational Field and Small Mine Services Group (EFSMS) to conduct training sessions
Actions to Improve Chemical Facility Safety and Security.
Your rights as a whistle blower
Effective January 1, 2015, all employers under the jurisdiction of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration will be required to report all work-related fatalities within eight hours and all in-patient hospitalizations, amputations and losses of an eye within 24 hours of finding out about the incident.
Click here to open the Notice to Employers to Comply Document dated April, 2015
The CNMI’s current minimum wage of $6.05 an hour will increase by another 50 cents to $6.55 an hour on Sept. 30, 2016.
It's the Law: Effective January 31, 2014, all JVAs must be posted on the CNMI DOL Website at www.marianaslabor.net.
For More Information contact WIA Division at 664-1704/05/07/08.
CNMI College and Career Ready Definition:
A CNMI student is college and career ready when he/she has achieved proficiency in academic standards, acquired essential skills for lifelong learning, and has the ability to transition into higher education and/or the workforce through an on-going process of wayfinding for meaningful engagement.
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