A construction company has partnered with the Pasay City government in hiring 1,000 skilled and unskilled construction workers.
Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano thanked Shollen Construction and Development Corporation president Sam Sarita for coordinating with the city government for the hiring of construction workers.
Rubiano said the applicants must be Pasay residents and must submit their applications at the city’s Public Employment and Services Office (PESO).
She said the PESO will help in the processing of the applications of those interested to work.
The mayor said the hiring of skilled and unskilled workers is a big help for the city residents, especially those who were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.