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Public Employment Services Office


Provincial Public Employment Service Office (PPESO)


      To promote full employment and equality of employment opportunities for the Lagunense.


       Consistent to the K2 kinse kumpleto Program kontra sa hirap at gutom, its vision is the attainment of a decent and productive employment for the workforce of the Lagunense.


The Public Employment Service Office (PESO) is a non-fee charging multi-employment service facility or entity established or accredited by DOLE in Local Government  Units (LGUs), state University and Colleges (SUCs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), and Community-Based Organization (CBOs), pursuant to Republic Act 8759 otherwise known as the PESO ACT of 1999, and its Implementing Rules and Regulations.

The PESOs are linked to the Regional offices of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Bureau of Local Employment (BLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) for coordination and technical supervision, and to the DOLE central office, to constitute the National Employment Service Network.

Formerly, the Provincial Public Employment Service Office is just a division of the Provincial Social Welfare and Development office (PSWDO) known as the Employment Service Division headed by Mr. Ramon Cambel as the PESO Focal and Mr. Ernesto M. Montecillo, the Provincial Social Welfare Officer and also the PESO Manager. On January 2010, the PESO became a sattellite office under the office of the Governor. Sometime in March 2010 Ms. Mary Jane Banasihan - Corcuera took office and is now the Provincial PESO Manager.


(a)  Encourage employers to submit to the PESO on a regular basis a list of job vacancies in their respective establishments in order to facilitate the exchange of labor market information services to job seekers and employers by providing employment services to job seekers, both for local and overseas employment, and recruitment assistance to employers;

(b)  Develop and administer testing and evaluation instruments for effective job selection, training and counseling;

(c)  Provide persons with entrepreneurship qualities access to the various livelihood and self-employment programs offered by both government and non-government organizations at the provincial/city/municipal/barangay levels by undertaking referrals for such programs;

(d)  Undertake employability enhancement training/seminars for jobseekers as well as those who would like to change career or enhance their employability.

(e)  Provide employment and occupational counseling, career guidance, mass motivation and values development activities;

(f)   Conduct pre-employment counseling and orientation to prospective local and overseas workers;

(g)  Provide reintegration assistance services to returning Filipino migrant workers; and

(h)  Perform such functions as willfully carry out the objectives of this Act.



General Objective:

(a)  Ensure the prompt, timely and efficient delivery of employment service to the constituents of Laguna and provision of information on DOLE programs.

Specific Objectives:

(a)  provide a venue where people could explore simultaneously various employment options and actually seek assistance they prefer;

(b)  Serve as referral and information center for the various employment services and programs of the Provincial Government, DOLE and other government agencies present in the area;

(c)  Provide clients with adequate information on employment and labor market situation in the province; and

(d)  Network with other PESOs within the region on employment for job exchange purposes.