My wife has a interview with a company that wont tell her the name or the details until the interview, shes in the Philippines is it safe?
This person texted her saying that she has a interview in a starbucks in Makati City, They wont tell her the company name or any details until the interview which is at 6:20 PM Monday, something about this doesn't feel right and I'm worried about her safety, I know she needs a job right now but this doesn't sound right at all, Just based off of not giving a company name makes want to urge her not to go, what do you guys think?
- TorukoLv 610 months ago
That conduct from a USA based company violates US Labor Law.
Multi-national companies are exempt from US Labor laws. I've
been employed west of Hawaii overseas. I could quit at any time
or if my hire was terminated the law required paid transport back
to the nearest USA mainland. With paid rest facility after any 12
hour period of transport. With a paid meal on arrival and before
departure. Multinational's tend to bend whatever laws they are
obliged to respect overseas by bribery or worse. Meaning your
wife becomes their chattel on arrival. Subject to any direction
and punishment. She may see pets obtain better treatment.
Address any foreign embassy located in Washington D.C, to
request a list of US Corporations authorized to operate in
their nation. Its a free service. Then choose what would be
best for USA hire to work overseas protected by labor laws.
A process I've done twice with success using snail mail and
penciled postcards. Be polite. Be brief. Never pay anything
to obtain service from corrupt foreign embassy staff in D.C.
My parent worked overseas for 3 decades with no grief in
USA based corporations. Go figure.
- 10 months ago
ARE YOU INSANE? Of course it is dangerous!! who would think otherwise??? and I am someone who travels and does business in the Philippines for the last 3 years. Even if it is her own country, you would be nuts to allow her to go, and she would be setting herself up to be kidnapped or something if she did go. The thing is it doesn't matter what country she is in. She would be stupid to do that even if she was in the United States!
BEING THAT THIS QUESTION WAS ASKED MONTHS AGO, I am curious to know what the outcome was. Is she still alive?
- Anonymous10 months ago
Becareful China has taken over the Philippines it could easily be the chinese placing those ads
- 11 months ago
RUN LIKE HELL! YOUR WIFE would likely be a victim of prostitution. TRUST YOUR GUTS!
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- 11 months ago
Just tell her when to walk away from the interview.
- SharkLv 711 months ago
no don't let her go
- conley39Lv 712 months ago
No, if you can't get details before you go it's a scam
- artherLv 512 months ago
It sounds shifty go with her. When it proves to be shifty make sure you punch the crap out of the turn out so it doesn't do it again.
- 12 months ago
MONEY IS HER GREED
- 12 months ago
I am not a professional but this might be a setup business in which the owners rip everyone off for as much as possible and then abandon the company. However, on the other hand, it could be completely safe