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26 Re: termination without written notice on Mon Oct 22, 2012 8:45 pm

naivetotheend


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what if the original employer decides to hide or insist that he/she doesn't have the money to pay the damages, what's going to happen?

what is the next step i should take in order to prevent that?

TY!

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27 Re: termination without written notice on Sun Oct 28, 2012 5:08 pm

naivetotheend


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does the labor arbiter have the power to revoke or suspend their DOH accreditation or business permit if the company decides not to pay after the decison has been made?

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28 Re: termination without written notice on Thu Nov 08, 2012 7:37 pm

naivetotheend


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repost ko lng po.
1. what if the original employer decides to hide or insist that he/she doesn't have the money to pay the damages, what's going to happen?

what is the next step i should take in order to prevent that?

2. does the labor arbiter have the power to revoke or suspend their DOH accreditation or business permit if the company decides not to pay after the decison has been made?

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29 Re: termination without written notice on Fri Nov 09, 2012 9:11 pm

attyLLL


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no, the arbiter does not have that power.

if they don't pay, then the sheriff has to look for properties in their name


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30 Re: termination without written notice on Sun Nov 11, 2012 1:38 pm

Hi good afternoon I want to ask if may makukuha pang back pay ang tatay ko sa company. Nag abroad kase siya and iniwan ung work nya sa makati without filing of resignation the thing is he worked sa makati for 8 years and walang binigay ang company.

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31 Re: termination without written notice on Sun Nov 11, 2012 2:25 pm

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if you are talking about separation pay, he forfeited that by abandoning his work


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32 Re: termination without written notice on Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:55 pm

naivetotheend


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hi atty, i received the decision yesterday. it says that i am illegally dismissed but i will only be awarded separation pay (15k) because i was only employed on that company for only 4.5 months.

1. tama po ba yung award sa akin ay ganun lng? kse i read sa labor code na ang reliefs for illegally dismissed ay 2:backwages and reinstatement/separation pay
2. pwede po bng i appeal ang ibinigay sa aking award to include backwages?
3. paano po ang proseso ng appeal sa nlrc?

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33 Re: termination without written notice on Fri Nov 16, 2012 12:25 pm

ebongski


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attyLLL.yesterday po my dumating skin position paper from my prv company.valid p b uun since last sept 17 hindi cla nk attend ng hearing at kmni lng ang ngbgay ng position paper and request for decision..tnx

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34 Re: termination without written notice on Sat Nov 17, 2012 1:44 pm

attyLLL


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naive, i can't be commenting on the merits without reviewing everything, but you are entitled to appeal within 10 days

ebong, answered your other post


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