[Resolved] primrose sea foods — JOB OFFER LETTER FROM PRIMROSE SEA FOODS
Hi I got below email is this fake or true kindly suggest me.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF RECRUITMENT OFFICER (C.R.O)
PRIMROSE SEAFOODS 1245 Rogers Way,Kamloops, British Columbia,
Canada V1S 1R9.
OFFER LETTER FROM PRIMROSE SEA FOODS:
1.0:There will be no interview since this is manpower job where any body
is fit to work, Primrose Sea Foods Co.Ltd, Have appointed you and found
you qualified as one of the expatriates to resume work as soon as
possible. A copy of your APPOINTMENT LETTER has been forwarded to Canadian
Embassy New Delhi India.
1.1: DATE OF RESUME:
You are requested to resume work in the office on 30/10/2010
2.0: JOB LOCATION: Primrose Sea Foods 1245 Rogers Way, Kamloops, British
Columbia, Canada V1S 1R9
2.1: JOB TITLE/DESCRIPTION: FISH PACKING (JOB CODE NO-002/935STOR/508/KJK10).
3.0: WORK PERIODS:
Mondays to Fridays, Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm with break period between
12.00noon to 2.00pm. Expatriates are entitled to a one (1) month paid home
3.1: SALARY INDICATION:
Monthly Salary o[censored]SD $ 2,500.00, (Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars)
Salary can be transferred to any Bank or Country of your choice and all
transfers must be made in conformity with the existing tax situation in
Hazard/Inconveniences allowance, 5% of Basic salary.
Entertainment allowance? 5% of Basic salary.
All allowances are paid weekly and locally in USD$ equivalent at the
existing exchange rate.
4.0: PAID HOME LEAVE:
All expatriates are entitled to a one (1) month paid home leave, which can
be taken once at a time or two (2) weeks apart one different period.
All expatriates shall be entitled to a leave allowance (in USD$) of an
additional 100% percent of their basic salary.
Free and free tickets to cover the span of their home leave. *
**********No allowances on leave period.
5.0: SAFETY AND SECURITY:
Safety and Security of personnel Local/Foreign) and Facilities on Job
Locations and Communities are not small issue, and have been seriously
considered to ensure and assure hitch free operations.
All operations on Job Location are designed to adhere strictly to the
Health Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy as applicable in the job
All expatriates are entitling to a free and mandatory safety courses on
Job Locations to be delivered by qualified safety and environment experts.
All safety wears shall be provided by the Company at Job Locations e.g.
Gloves, Shoes etc. at applicable in the job location.
6.0: MEDICAL/HEALTH SERVICE FACILITIES AND INSURANCE PLAN FOR FAMILY:
All expatriates shall be entitled to a comprehensive health care service,
which are to be administered by Medical Experts on Job Locations.
In a case of emergency situation, an expatriate will be flown to his home
country or any country suitable for the best medical attention.
This decision can be influenced by the findings of the Company's medical
experts, unless the expatriate in question states otherwise.
After three (3) months of service all expatriates will be entitled to a
Health Service Insurance Plan (HSIP) for family. The Health Service
Insurance Plan is designed to Cover only three (3) members of your family.
The Health Service Insurance Plan (HSIP) allowance can also be paid to the
expatriates at the rate of $500.00 per family member per month ($1000.00
per month) which can be transferred on monthly basis without being
subjected to tax.
7.0: FEEDING AND ACCOMMODATION:
Accommodation and feeding shall be provided for all expatriates by COMPANY.
All cuisine (Intercontinental/Continental) will also be provided.
An official vehicle shall be provided on 24 hour daily basis to all
expatriate for local transportation.
A round trip flight ticket to cover the span of your contract engagement
will be provided and delivered to you on the completion of your relevant
travel documents and
7.2: ADDITIONAL SERVICES:
Recreational/Sports Facilities shall also be made available at the
disposal of all expatriates with no expenses to be incurred.
Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service will also be made available to all
expatriates by the company laundry and dry cleaning unit.
8.0: TELECOMMUNICATION/INTERNET FACILITIES:
There are standard telecommunication facilities and internet services at
the disposal of all expatriates, and same shall be accessible to all
personnel (Local/Foreign) without any charge or expenses to be incurred.
Cellular Phones can be obtained by expatriates from the Local
dealers/Service Providers in London, but must be used in accordance with
the safety regulations on Job Locations.
9.0: FAMILY STATUS ARRANGEMENTS:
Family status arrangements can only be applied after at least three (3)
months of service. The Application of family status arrangement indicates
that an expatriate
will be entitled to a free visa and air fare for his wife or Spouse or any
other family member which is to be Provided by the Company through the
Expatriates who intend to travel with their wife/spouse within the first
three (3) months of contract engagement will have the cost of visa and air
fare being borne by them and can only be reimburse after three (3)months
There will be no interview since this is manpower job where any body is
fit to work excepting at the health and management sector where the
company required at least first degree holders in job related.
10.1: Interview on arrival is designed to facilitate a cordial
relationship between expatriates and firm as well as the organizational
structure with respect to the project scope. Interviews are also designed
to ascertain claims on working experiences and academic/educational
qualifications, and Should any claim be found wanting the affected
expatriate would be deported and such done in conformity with the legal
provision? Among reasons for interview on arrival is to establish
expatriates area of interest considering the project scope in order to
facilitate an efficient division of labor on Job Locations with respect to
the organization structure.
10.2: Only expatriate who are satisfactorily committed with their genuine
interest and ability to travel established will have their information
sent to the Canada Embassy to Enable them meet with our representatives
for the necessary assistance before they embark on travel for the
commencement of work.
All expenses incurred in relation to this Job/Contract Engagement Process
are liable to reimbursement within 72hours on arrival. Such expenses
include cost of obtaining medical certificate, Immunization/shots in the
case were an expatriate gets such service from a special or personal
doctor. Cost of obtaining Job Contract Engagement papers and Travelling
Documents. Cost of transportation to the embassy on the date of
appointment if found satisfactorily committed.
A prove of payment in form of an official receipt will facilitates a
prompt reimbursement of all claims/expenses. With respect to the expected
time line of the project take-off ensure the processing of all travelling
Document/immigration particulars etc. in record time.
If the conditions stated above are acceptable to you, you are hereby
directed to contact Dr. Collin Smith for processing of your relevant
documents/immigration particulars to facilitate your travel to Canada for
commencement of work.
VISA/WORKING PERMIT PROCESS:
Primrose Sea Foods have mandated a reliable agent to assure immediate visa
processing for all appointed applicant coming from China, India, Pakistan
and Thailand round the Asia to avoid delay causes by visa processing.On
this note you are requested to follow any instruction giving to you by the
agent or Embassy when applying for visa,You are responsible for any
charges that can come across when applying for visa while company is
responsible for your air-ticket.
You are hereby advice at this stage to contact Mr. Joseph Caron. (via
email) BY sending a scan copy of your international passport and photo ID
for processing of your contract engagement papers review and endorsement
before commencing the procurement of your relevant travel/immigration
papers to enable us ascertain your commitment to the project take-off. Due
to the sky-scraping number of applicant that we have on our database, all
appointed applicants are given seven (7) days to comply with every
requirement demanded by the Embassy to get they VISA. All employee that
are unable to meet the seven (7) days deadline given will automatically be
disqualified with all personal information deleted from our database for
Contact the agent via e-mail using the contact details bellow:-
Mr. Joseph Caron.
TEL: 0091-[protected], E-mail: [protected]@canadiansembassy.com
SHANTIPATH CHANKYAPURI,NEW DELHI -110021.INDIA.
******The Canada Embassy has also been informed in this regard for office
record; your present location and a day-time telephone number would also
be required for sake of efficiency and correspondence.
After travel schedule/arrangement has been concluded by the embassy, you
will obtain a Travel Pass Identification Number (TPIN) which you will
forward to our company bank for one month upfront payment to meet Basic
Travel Allowance (B.T.A) and other financial constrains that may arise
before you arrive Canada.
The job programmed Schedule will be made available in due time (no distant
time). As a mark of commitment, Primrose Sea Foods Co.Ltd will be
responsible for 80% of your total travel expenses while you will be
responsible for 20% only.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING.
******Your contract agreement will be sign and send to you via DHL Courier
Service as soon as we confirm that you apply for your visa, This is a
provisional appointment; final acceptance is subject to applicant meeting
the company requirement.
For any query or question, please contact our 24 hours customer care
services via Tel: +[protected]. Incase of conjunction in network please
keep trying till you are put through.
Mr. Ferdinand Maultaschl
Primrose Sea Foods
Complaint marked as Resolved Aug 13, 2020