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1 INDEMNITY BOND on Wed Dec 05, 2012 3:40 am


Arresto Menor
Hello! Here is the case, in the contract, there's a stipulation that "the indemnification shall only be payable should employment be terminated: 1) for just cause by the employer, or 2) without just cause by the employee.

Now, they are terminating the person for not meeting the "metrics", and running after the whole amount of the "indemnity bond". The demand letter says payment must be made for "breaches of agreement", aside from that they are holding the back pay and deduct it to the whole amount of the bond. Is that even fair? It wasn't a gross neglect, right? What are the possible moves for this? Thank you!

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2 Re: INDEMNITY BOND on Wed Dec 05, 2012 9:37 pm


imo, that is not proper. the remedy is to file a money claim at nlrc

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