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WELCOME TO MOTHER’S WAY!

Established on December 20, 2000, Mother’s Way Overseas Manpower Specialist Corp. President Mary Mei Victorino set out a vision for a recruitment agency whose concern for its clients is summed up exactly in a mother’s aphorism: “To serve with one mind and one heart”.

Secure your future and be worry free, let MOMS do its way…

Thus from the very start, Ms. Victorino lived up to the kind of service that Mother’s Way has been known for since its founding – by providing foreign employers with Filipino workers who are preferred for their competence, skills, and flexibility and who are acknowledged the world over for their invaluable contribution to business growth and competitiveness.

Duly-licensed and authorized by the Philippine Overseas Employment Agency Administration (POEA) to recruit and deploy Overseas Filipino Workers. Mother’s Way Overseas Manpower Specialist Corp. has gained recognition and established an outstanding track record and experience in the deployment of the Filipino Workers to Kuwait, Qatar, Lebanon, Oman, Dubai, U.A.E., Macau, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Negotiations are on-going for the company to deploy nurses and other skilled workers to the United States of America, Ukraine and Spain.

The management and staff of the company are known for their professionalism, integrity, and capability in the business of overseas recruitment. The company’s main office is in Manila Philippines. It has twelve (12) regional branch offices nationwide, assuring employers of a year-round supply for their various manpower needs. read more.

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The ESSENCIA ASSESSMENT CENTER PHIL. CORP. is a business entity, organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Philippines, duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as a domestic and stock corporation and accredited by the TESDA Skills competency Assessment Center for Filipino Household Workers. The main purpose of our company is to ensure the deployment of the most qualified Filipino Household Workers in conjunction with the Policy laid under the 2002 POEA Rules and Regulations. Read more
Due to the high demand of manpower there is a need to develop competitive worker for the industry both local and abroad. Exemplary belief that in continuously training and development of our workforce we will maintain and remain not only competitive in their chosen skills but also they will serve as the model for the next generations. Read more

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