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what are the rights of a Project-Based Employee?

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Arresto Menor
we are a project-based employee for almost 3 yrs now.. the project still ongoing and usually every 3 months we signed for the continuation of the contract. We payed for minimum wages, no benefits, no incentive leaves just a 13th month pay..

I want to know if is there something wrong about our situation? do we have the right to become a regular employee?

Last edited by francside174 on Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:47 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : for clarification.,)

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Arresto Menor
need someone to answer. . . tnx

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Pedro Parkero

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normal lang ang project employment. as a rule, ang project employee (PE) ay may karapatan na magtrabaho sa kumpanya hanggang sa katapusan ng proyekto. so kapag natapos na ang proyekto, matic din na tapos ang trabaho. liban na lang kung sunod sunod na may proyekto ang kumpanya at palagiang kinukuha ang serbisyo ng PE, dito nagkakaroon ang PE ng karapatan na kunin/papagtabahuin sa mag proyektong makukuha ng kumpanya. dahil dito ang PE ay nagiging REGULAR project employee. tulad ng ibang klase ng empleyado, ang PE ay entitled sa 13 month pay, SIL, at iba pang benefits....

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a project should be distinct from a the rest of the business of the employer. continuous hiring can be a basis for regularization.

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