CONTACT INFORMATION


Public Employment Service Office

  • PESO
  • 4th Floor, Civic Center Building A, City Hall Compound
  • 8988-4242 loc. 8435
  • PEmploymentSO@quezoncity.gov.ph

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT


The Quezon City Public Employment Service Office was created to effectively and efficiently implement employment generation and related services through Quezon City Ordinance No. Sp – 1307, S-2003 – the Institutionalization of QCPESO Ordinance.

PESO pursues the following objectives:

  • To provide quality service in order to lessen the time and cost incurred by applicants in their job search;
  • To provide reliable information to job-seekers and employers on labor market trends, and for local policymakers;
  • To promote industrial peace and synergize the productive sectors e.g workers and employers towards economic development.

VISION

Creating Quezon City as a city that provides reliable and sustainable employment facilitation services that contributes to the City’s poverty alleviation, and for economic development.

MISSION

To facilitate equal employment opportunities to the city’s constituents thru Job Matching and Coaching, employability enhancement and referrals for livelihood or training, and promotion of industrial peace thru tripartism.

DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY


MR. ROGELIO L. REYES, MCD
City Government Department Head III
PESO Manager
Tel. No. 988-42-42 loc. 8435

DIVISIONS:

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT DIVISION
JOE ALEX G. MACABULOS, MPA
Assistant Head for Employment Services
Tel. No. 988-42-42 loc. 8437
qcpesoemploymentdivision@gmail.com

MIGRATION SERVICES DIVISION
DJOHANNA DELIA G. RAVELO
Assistant Head for Migration Services
Tel. No. 988-42-42 loc. 8436/8439
qcpeso.mrc@gmail.com

SPECIAL PROGRAM DIVISION
BRIGGS DIONISIO C. NAVARRA
Officer-In-Charge
Tel. No. 988-42-42 loc. 8436/8439
qcpeso.specialprojectdivision@gmail.com

LABOR MARKET INFORMATION SYSTEM DIVISION
MARIA TERESA A. GUARDIANO
Officer-In-Charge
Tel. No. 988-42-42 loc. 8439
qcpesolmisdivision@gmail.com

LABOR RELATIONS AND STANDARDS DIVISION
ATTY. EDMUNDO R. BACATAN
Officer-In-Charge
Tel. No. 988-42-42 loc. 8436/8437/8439
qcpesolrsd@gmail.com

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
LEYRA F. VELASCO
Officer-In-Charge
Tel. No. 988-42-42 loc. 8436/8437/8439
qcpesoad.section@gmail.com

SERVICES


* Referrals for Local and Overseas Employment
– Tulong Alalay sa Taong May Kapansanan (TULAY 2000)
– Rural Works Program

* Recruitment Assistance for Employers
– Processing, recruitment and matching of the skills and qualifications of persons with disabilities (PWDs) with the manpower requirements of prospective employers

* Employment Information and Guidance Services
– Work Appreciation Program
– Special Program for Employment of Students
– Vocational and Career Guidance Program

* Job Fairs

Requirements for Availment of Services

Work Appreciation Program. This is one of the components of Kabataan 2000, the President’s Youth Work Program being implemented by the Department of Labor and Employment. Its objective is to expose the youth to actual work situations to provide them with opportunities to appreciate work and develop proper work ethics.

Requirements from Participants/Beneficiaries:
– Must be 18-25 years old
– Must be unemployed
– May be in-school of out-of-school
– Must be physically fit

Requirements from Private Employers:
– Any person, private entity or establishment
– Regardless of employment size
– Willing to provide training opportunities for work appreciation
– Willing to pay a stipend equivalent to 75% of prevailing wage rates

Special Program for Employment of Students. This program is another component of Kabataan 2000. It is mandated by Republic Act No. 7323, “An Act to Help Poor But Deserving Students Pursue Their Education by Encouraging Their Employment During Summer and/or Christmas Vacations, through Incentives Granted To Employers, Allowing Them to Pay Only Sixty Per Centum (60%) of Their Salaries or Wages and the Forty Per Centum (40%) through Education Vouchers to be Paid by the Government.” The DOLE Secretary is designated by this law as SPES Program Director.

Requirements from Participants/Beneficiaries:
– 15-25 years old
– If student, enrolled during the current school year/term or during the
school year/term immediately preceding the summer vacation
– If drop-out, intends to continue/resume his/her studies
– Parents’ combined annual income after tax must not exceed P36,000
– If student, obtained passing grade during the current school year/term
– If drop-out, obtained passing grade in the last school year/term attended

Requirements from Private Employers:
— Has employed at least 50 workers at any time in the past 12 months

Job Fairs. This program provides a venue for the instant matching of job seekers and job openings. It reduces the job search costs of job seekers as well as the recruitment costs of employers.

Requirements from Applicants:
– Bio-data or resumé with recent ID picture
– School credentials
– Barangay, NBI & police clearances
– Certificate of training or employment, if any

Requirements from Employers/Agencies:
– Letter of intent to participate in the program
– Company profile
– Business permit
– DOLE permit to operate (for local employment agencies)
– POEA permit to operate (for overseas employment agencies)
– Listing of job vacancies or openings

Rural Works Program. This is a stop-gap measure intended to address the adverse effects of trade liberalization and globalization by providing job placement in community-based, labor-intensive infrastructure projects. The title of the project for implementation in the Calendar Year 2003 is “Cleaning of Creeks and Drainages (Declogging and Desilting).” The targeted areas are: Talayan Creek in District I, Tullahan Creek in District II, Pasong Tamo Creek in District III, and Arayat Creek in District IV.

Manpower Requirements: 24 per Project
– 12 out-of-school youth
– 10 laborers (displaced workers)
– 2 foremen (displaced workers)

Requirements from Applicants:

For out-of-school youth
– Accomplished DOLE bio-data form (available at IRO Office)
– Resident of a barangay near the project area/site

For displaced workers
– Bio-data
– Barangay clearance
– Resident of a barangay near the project area/site

Tulong Alalay sa Taong May Kapansanan. This is a special employment program for persons with disabilities (PWDs). As mandated by Republic Act No. 7277, the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons, this program provides tax incentives for participating employers.

Requirements from Participant/Beneficiary PWDs:
– Must meet the required skills and qualifications for the position

Requirements from Private Employers:
– DOLE certification that qualified PWDs are under their employ during the taxable year, stating the full name, status, address and Taxpayer
Identification Number (TIN) of each such employee
– DOLE and DOH certifications as to the disability, skills and
qualifications of the PWDs employed
– Evidence of actual payment of salaries or wages, deductions and withholding taxes of the employed PWDs

Resources


QC-PESO SERVICES 2020
PESO CITIZEN'S CHARTER 2019