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1 Termination on my pregnancy on Fri May 31, 2013 10:48 am


Arresto Menor
Good Day,

I was served Termination papers the other day due to misconduct - i swore and was caught on the recording, but you can actually barely hear it - but i am currently 5 months pregnant, is their action acceptable? Also, 2 months ago a friend of mine was caught with the same offense - his worse, its an actual client whom he cursed, while mine was another employee within the company - but they just moved in a non-voice lob. I am pleading them to the same thing for me considering my situation, they declined and firmly said no. Are these actions all legal? Anything i can do for me to keep my job? May laban pa ba aq? Embarassed Sad Thank you.

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2 Re: Termination on my pregnancy on Fri May 31, 2013 5:17 pm


Arresto Menor
every action must be documented. If you will be terminated by your employer their must be basis for the grounds of your offense. if you commit the said misconduct your are saying and the penalty is termination then you will be terminated by your employer; however, this must be done in due process. they should give you notice of offense, chance to explain your side and probably hearing to clear things up. if your termination paper was served immediately and there is no due process then it's illegal termination. You can file a case at NLRC.

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3 Re: Termination on my pregnancy on Fri May 31, 2013 7:15 pm


Arresto Menor
i was given dpf last week and had the chance to clear things up, i guess what im really asking is, baket yun isang agent ganun din ang kaso pero anjan pa xa. mas mabigat pa yun sa kanya kasi yun actual na customer ang namura nya samantalang aq co-agent lan. bakaet xa nailipat nila ng lob aq parang ayaw nila gawin sa akin yun samantalang nakikiusap na aq plus buntis nga aq.

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4 Re: Termination on my pregnancy on Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:30 pm


what did you say exactly? was it in jest or you were angry at someone.
were you on a call? did the client hear it?
don't focus on what they did to the other one.

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5 Re: Termination on my pregnancy on Fri Jun 07, 2013 10:47 am


Arresto Menor
i whispered "bitch". afaik, i said it out of anger to the rep i talked to, i thought he was gone and i thought i was on mute. the actual american client did not hear it, just my co-worker on the phone and he filed a complaint. now i am on forced vl because our director agreed for me to send a plea. i talked to him and he asked me to write a letter stating my mistake and my plea (and promises of course) and then he will discuss this with the company lawyer. i was informed that head of hr will talk to me tomorrow morning. i recall my director stating something about humanitarian reason. my 2 argument here i guess is that first, i am pregnant and i have a lot at stake. my benefits, salary and even my raise will go away (yes i was supposed to be appraised almost 6 mos ago and still haven't got it). secondly, i know you said not to focus on what they did to the other agent but hey, we have the same case and how come he was reinstated.

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