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EFFECTIVITY OF TERMINATION

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1 EFFECTIVITY OF TERMINATION on Mon Jun 03, 2013 3:50 am

hark the herald


Arresto Menor
I was hired as a provationary employee in April , 2013. I know that I signed a contract that anytime my employer may terminate my employment. My employment was terminated May 29, 2013, barely 2 months form the date I signed my employment contract. I was given a notice of terminatiopn on the same date (May 28, 2013) and told me that it was my last day in the company becousae of poor performance.

Is this legal? I was not given a change to defend myself and I was not given the 30-day notice, I thoguht that it was unfare that they just terminate me and sent home.

Can I sue my former employer? and on what grounds?. I hope to hear from you soon, Thanks.

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2 Re: EFFECTIVITY OF TERMINATION on Mon Jun 03, 2013 1:14 pm

Patok


Reclusion Perpetua
probi ka pa lang kasi at nakalagay sa contract mo anytime within that probi period pwede ka ma terminate.. iba ang case kung regular employee ka na..

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3 Re: EFFECTIVITY OF TERMINATION on Tue Jun 04, 2013 6:50 am

attyLLL


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my opinion is that a probationary employee has security of tenure during the probationary period, and any termination due to cause has to undergo due process.

you can file a complaint for illegal termination at nlrc, but as to expectation of an award, the max will be completion of the probi period, or 4 months of salary.


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