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1 probationary employee awol on Sun May 05, 2013 1:29 pm

mackyiane


Arresto Menor
Magandang araw po sana matulungan nyo po
Ako po ay isang licensed pharmacist sa isang company. Nakaka 2 months plang po ako ng probee pero di na po ako pumasok dhil sa malayo po at nahihirapan po ako sa biyahe araw araw sa work ko. May pinirmahan po akong contract sa knila na pag once na nag awol daw ako pwed daw po nila pa revoked lic ko.... ang tanung ko po sa inyo posible po ito? Di ko na rin po narecieved iyong 1 month salary ko dhil late na din sila magpasahod. Pinagtatakhan ko lang kung bakit wala po akong narerecived na notice galing sa hr namin. The day before i leave the work nagpa alam ako sa superviaor ko na baka hnde na ako pumasok.sa tingin nyo po ba ok pa rin ba or pwed pa ako magsubmit ng resignation letter para mging formal? Sana matulungan nyo ako

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2 Re: probationary employee awol on Sun May 05, 2013 8:13 pm

attyLLL


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i recommend you talk to them and negotiate a proper exit. they cannot revoke your license by themselves, but they can file a complaint at PRC


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3 Re: probationary employee awol on Mon May 06, 2013 7:10 am

mackyiane


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Atty LLL anu po ba iyong sinasabi nilang administrative charges? Kabilang po ba dito ung pang aawol ko? Plan ko po pumunta now sa office namin para magkaliwanagan po sana lang mginh ok ang outcome.

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4 Re: probationary employee awol on Mon May 06, 2013 11:47 pm

mackyiane


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Help nman po ulit. Kagagaling ko lang sa HR knina and den sabi nila i nid to pay doon sa service commitment nmin. Ito po kasi nakalagay sa contract ko ;

1. The employee to undergo the training conducted by the HR etc. Not exceeding 2 weeks of 8 hrs. Per day at a total cost of 60k the amount of which includes such as oder incidental expenses which was incurred during the training.


2. That the employee who resigns before complete 1 year shall obligate to pay the employer the proportionate cost of the training or training damages and related expenses or watever amount they may assessed.


Ito po question atty;

1. 60k po ba ung bond ko sa knila na babayaran? Or 60 k po iyong worth ng training?


2. Anu po iung sinsbi na incidental expenses? Kaya po ba ganun kamahal training namin na umabot ng 60k. Di nman po kami na accident so liable pa rin ba ako doon?


3. Or ung babayaran ko lang is ung training fee?


Sana tulungan nyo po ako para sa susunod na pagbalik ko doon ay alam ko na ang ryt ko as an employee. Para po kasing malabo ung nakalagay or is this thier way to deciet and thretned sa mga new employee.

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5 Re: probationary employee awol on Tue May 07, 2013 7:25 pm

attyLLL


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admin charges can refer to internal to the company or at the PRC

read up on bonds on the forum. imo, they should not be paid


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6 Re: probationary employee awol on Sat Jul 13, 2013 11:14 am

alrakeiram


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good day atty., probationary employee palang po ako and pumirma po ako ng 3 months contract pero nung mag 2 months na po hindi na po ako pumasok pero binasa ko naman po ng maigi ung contract wala nman pong nakalagay na bind,, and ngayon may bago na po akong trabaho, and hindi ko na po nilagay sa work experience ko yung dati kong company,, kapag nalamam po ba ng bagong kong company na nagawol ako sa dating pinasukan ko.. may karapatan po ba sila na tanggalin ako? considering na hindi ko na siya kinonsider sa working experience since hnd ko nman po tinapos ung contract

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7 Re: probationary employee awol on Sat Jul 13, 2013 11:21 am

alrakeiram


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and one thing pwede ko po ba magamit ung batas na resignation without notice? since the day before ako umalis ininsulto ako ng boss ko and pinahiya.. serious insult po

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8 Re: probationary employee awol on Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:51 pm

vane


Prision Mayor

its your employer's discretion na if they will dismiss you or not for not declaring your previous company.

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9 Re: probationary employee awol on Tue Jul 30, 2013 10:15 pm

Yonic


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Atty. I have some queries and I hope for them to be answered. I was a newly grad when I applied for this job as a Paralegal. This is my first job and two months nako. First month pa lang gusto ko na talaga mag resign. Hindi po Ito kabilang sa termination by an employee with just cause. I tried to give it a chance pero second month and sure na talaga akong I want to quit. Hindi napo talaga ako masaya sa work and sa work environment. Since probationary status pa lang ako and hindi pa ganun katindi ang pending duties ko, I'm thinking of going AWOL kasi ayoko na talaga mag render pa ng another month upon giving a resignation letter if possible. My concerns:
1) is it likely for the corporate lawyer na magpa file ng case against AWOL employees
2) can my future employers detect my AWOL history based sa nahulugang SSS, PhilHealth, etc Kung di ko I-declare ang previous job?
3) are there other possible ways for my future employers to detect my history Kung di ko na I-declare yun as experience aside from what's stated in #2?
4) personally, which you think would be better based on my case, go AWOL or serve the 30-day notice?

Thanks in advance Atty!

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10 Re: probationary employee awol on Sat Aug 03, 2013 1:47 pm

attyLLL


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depends on he lawyer, but he can
yes, they can see that in the sss records, but not why you left
you can negotiate an exit


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