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26 Re: floating status in bpo industry on Tue Dec 11, 2012 11:24 pm

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The employee can be considered awol and terminated


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27 Re: floating status in bpo industry on Wed Dec 12, 2012 9:47 am

Patok


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how do you do due process on that?

attyLLL wrote:The employee can be considered awol and terminated

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28 Re: floating status in bpo industry on Sat Dec 15, 2012 1:53 pm

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send notices to his house. first rtw, then nte, then termination


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29 Re: floating status in bpo industry on Wed Apr 19, 2017 11:36 pm

romarcr003


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Is there a way to avoid this? This kind of practice is just so unfair. Kasi you have been in the company for so many years. Me for instance is already at 12th year. They even have been putting sites abroad, they transferred the account where I belong dun sa site na un tapos after transferring the account we are being put on floating status. Its a bad strategy to force employees to resign para maka-avoid sila ng mga back wages. I hope makita ito ng mga law makers natin to amend the existing law.

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30 Re: floating status in bpo industry on Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:55 am

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unfortunately its in the law. you could try and write your congressman or partylist representative para they can amend the law

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31 Re: floating status in bpo industry on Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:19 am

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romarcr003 wrote:Is there a way to avoid this? This kind of practice is just so unfair. Kasi you have been in the company for so many years. Me for instance is already at 12th year. They even have been putting sites abroad, they transferred the account where I belong dun sa site na un tapos after transferring the account we are being put on floating status. Its a bad strategy to force employees to resign para maka-avoid sila ng mga back wages. I hope makita ito ng mga law makers natin to amend the existing law.

There are business needs.

And putting you on floating status in a way keeps options open for you that they may find work for you elsewhere in the organization.

If there really is nothing for you in 6 months, you will be given separation pay.

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32 Re: floating status in bpo industry on Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:26 am

romarcr003


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council wrote:
romarcr003 wrote:Is there a way to avoid this? This kind of practice is just so unfair. Kasi you have been in the company for so many years. Me for instance is already at 12th year. They even have been putting sites abroad, they transferred the account where I belong dun sa site na un tapos after transferring the account we are being put on floating status. Its a bad strategy to force employees to resign para maka-avoid sila ng mga back wages. I hope makita ito ng mga law makers natin to amend the existing law.

There are business needs.

And putting you on floating status in a way keeps options open for you that they may find work for you elsewhere in the organization.

If there really is nothing for you in 6 months, you will be given separation pay.

Pero kasi ang point ko is 6 months is way too long. Hindi yan kakayanin ng isang family man / bread winner na walang income ng ganyan katagal. Ok fine, walang work then at least pay me na lang to all the years that I have worked so that I can look for another job in another company. So siguro ang pinaglalaban ko na lang dito is yung compensation.

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33 Re: floating status in bpo industry on Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:18 am

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unless may mag amend nyan.. wala tayong magagawa.. ganyan ang sabi nang batas.. so it's either you wait for 6 months, then pag di ka nila nabigyan nang work, then that's the time they will pay you separation pay.. pag di ka makakapag hintay and makakita ka nang ibang work, then you will have to resign..

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