Good opportunity awaits Filipinos as Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL), the largest cruising company announced its expansion.
In line with this, the company said that it will specifically hire 30,000 Filipinos to help.
RCL Chairman and CEO Richard D. Fain traveled all the way to the Philippines to have an on-hand inspection of the facilities for the companies future employees.
“We have two things going on – fleet expansion and 9 ships on order and that will continue and we are building out base here we will now be doing many functions here,” Fains said.
The RCL partnered with Philippine Transmarine Carriers (PTC) for this development. Under this partnership the PTC will be charged in the recruitment and streamline processes. The RCL, on the other hand, will provide training and education.
The available jobs for RCL’s expansion are waiters, chefs, room attendants or house keepers, technicians, carpenters and electricians.
The RCL is currently building a direct hiring office in Manila to fasted the hiring process.
In an interview with ABS-CBN News, Fain said Filipino employees stood among the rest of the nation because they are hospital, can speak English and hard-working.
“Our Filipino employees are terrific and we are looking forward in expanding,” said Fain.
Gerard Borromeo the CEO of PTC said one of the benefits of the employees of the RCL is a housing in a subdivision in Cavite.
“They have earned good money and we feel that the best symbol for that effort is to put it to a home,” said Borromeo.
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