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Daily salary rate for outsourced employee

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1 Daily salary rate for outsourced employee on Wed Jan 23, 2013 2:28 pm

ChrisBaldos


Arresto Menor
Hi here's the scenario:
I was employed in Company A (employer) with 26 days (monday-saturday) of work per month.
Then outsourced to Company B (client) with only 22 days (monday-friday) of work per month.
We follow the client schedule but receiving employer daily rate computation.
Example:
Employer
Dec 1-15, 2012
Days of work = 13

Client
Actual days of work = 10

I'm receiving payslip that is based on 13 days computation which I believe decreases my daily rate and its badly reflect on my regular OT.
Is this legal?

I'm a Project based employee

TIA
Chris

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2 Re: Daily salary rate for outsourced employee on Wed Jan 23, 2013 3:55 pm

Patok


Reclusion Perpetua
you should clear that sa employer mo.. since you were assigned sa company b, you became a daily paid employee.. syempre yung pinasok mo lang don ang babayaran.. pero yung rate.. dapat ni clear mo sa employer bago ka nag start sa company b.

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3 Re: Daily salary rate for outsourced employee on Wed Jan 23, 2013 4:33 pm

stargazer


Arresto Mayor
Do you have a job contract with your company stating that you will receive a monthly salary or a daily rate?

Kasi kung monthly salary nakalagay sa contract mo, iregardless kung 5 days ka lang pinapasok sa client nyo, they still need to pay you as whole months worth of salary. In some cases, employers with outsourced employees requires their employees to report to their company on Saturdays just to complete the required hours/days of work.

It's better to check your contract and clarify with your employer.

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