I get a lot of emails from employers and Filipino workers telling me how Onlinejobs.ph changed their lives.
But this…is different.
Here’s a conversation I had last week with my oldest child, Austin. He was sent to the Philippines for his mission with the Church of the Latter-Day Saints and assigned to a remote island in the Philippines.
Here’s what I learned.
1. The Philippines does very little exporting. Individual islands do even less exporting. When you don’t export anything, you have no money coming in, just money going out to buy goods.
2. They solve this problem by exporting people.
3. Exporting people destroys families.
The Philippines government has actively encouraged workers to go find work overseas and send money home. The problem is it doesn’t account for the emotional and mental toll it takes on a culture that deeply values family ties. It doesn’t consider the strained and broken relationships brought about by distance and neglect.
But with every OFS, we know:
That’s one family where the mom or dad doesn’t have to leave the island so that they can make enough money to support themselves.
That’s one family where the kids can grow up with both parents. They don’t have to go through the pain of homesickness and separation.
That’s one family where the grandparents can just enjoy their grandkids. They don’t have the added burden of being full-time parents when they’re old and retired.
When you hire an OFS, you’re doing a lot of good. You’re helping families and communities. Be proud of that.
And, look. About 98% of the people on OnlineJobs.ph are honest, hard working, loyal people. They just want to find work to support their family.
Finding trustworthy people IS NOT HARD!
Either post your job today at OnlineJobs.ph or use my www.OneVAAway.com challenge to post your job today.
Either way it’s a win-win-win-win-win-win.
Your family wins.
Your business wins.
Their family wins.
Their community wins.
Stop kicking the can. Hire someone.
If you have questions about “can I hire THIS kind of person”, just respond to this email. It comes to me.