"no work, no pay" falls in Labor code??
i only see this one
according to LABOR CODE BOOK THREE- Conditions of Employment
RULE 4 - Holidays w/ pay
SECTION 2. Status of employees paid by the month. — Employees who are uniformly paid by the month, irrespective of the number of working days therein, with a salary of not less than the statutory or established minimum wage shall be paid for all days in the month whether worked or not.
so where does this "no work, no pay" rule??
No-work no pay rule generally applies to all employees, regardless of their status, whether regular, casual, fixed-term, contractual, or piece-work.
The above and underlined provision presupposed that working day FALLS on a REGULAR Holidays wherein the employee has an OPTION :
1.not to work AND PAID or
2.to work AND PAID WITH ADDITIONAL compensation.
Therefore, regardless the employee worked or did not work that day(regular holiday), still she/he be paid accordingly to his/her monthly salary without deductions.
It would be different if the employee makes an absences, here, the no work no pay rule applies. It is incumbent or difficult upon the employer to pay an employee who makes daily absences, the full amount of his/her salary without deductions.
and what is the difference of monthly paid and daily paid employees???
Monthly paid = SALARY earner
Daily Paid = WAGE earner
i'm confuse cuz my previous employeer paid me whole during holy week even black saturday, but this new employer of mine didn't pay my special holidays like Dec 24 and Dec 31 even if i DID NOT absent the days before and after the holidays.
Your second employer did not observed the labor code. You can question that to Labor arbiter.