132 are ‘HOTS’ in CDC’s Jobs Fair ‘16

CLARK FREEPORT— One hundred thirty two applicants were ‘hired on the spot’ (HOTS) while hundreds of others were up for tests and interview in the recent Clark Freeport Jobs Fair participated in by 84 locators held beside the tennis court at the Parade Grounds here. 
In a report submitted to CDC President and CEO Noel F. Manankil, AVP for External Affairs Department of CDC (CDC-EAD) Rommel C. Narciso said of the 1,020 job seekers who trooped the recent job fair, 132 were hired on the spot, 269 others were qualified for tests/examinations and the other 2,227 were scheduled for further interview.
More than 9,000 jobs from various locators in Clark are still available as per data at the EAD.
Narciso said the one-day event is a project of the CDC, in partnership with Clark Investors and Locators Association (CILA), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Region III, Public Employment Service Offices (PESO) of Pampanga.
Some of participating companies in the jobs fair were, Amertron Inc., Comclark COAM Philippines Inc., Super Shopping Market Inc., Service Resources Inc., H3 Technology, Iqor Philippines Inc., GNGN Eikaiwa Phils., Inc., Fully Advanced Manpower Solutions Inc., Ausphil Solution Corp., BSD Trade Service Corp., Ivoline IBT Core Inc., Innoven Contents Center Inc., Maxim De Humana International Inc., Youtech Phils., Inc., Clark Data Center Inc., Mimosa Cityscapes Inc., Talking Net Global Education Inc., ZGETCARE Systems, Inc., among others.
As a continuing initiative to address issues on job mismatches, the CDC, SCADC, TESDA, various Colleges/Universities and local government units in Pampanga have formally collaborated to prepare training needs assessments. A proposed program is the Dual Training System that will match the labor market with present and future needs of industries.
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