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Notice of Temporary Shutdown

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1 Notice of Temporary Shutdown on Thu Sep 05, 2013 6:17 pm

pulencio99


Arresto Menor
Sir/Ma'am,
Gusto ko lang po ng enlightenment kung ano po ang naaayon according to our labor laws.
The company where I am currently working got burned last May 31, 2013. 40% of its facility was gutted by fire.
After a day, the company sent a notice to its employees that it advised DOLE of Temporary Shutdown not more than 6 months.
Ang question ko po, meron pa ba kami dapat i-claim sa company or we'll just have wait & see.
Ano po dapat ang naayon sa labor law natin in terms of employee claims & ano pa ang obligation ng company sa kanilang mga empleyado?
Thank you po in advance & God bless.

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2 Re: Notice of Temporary Shutdown on Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:46 am

Patok


Reclusion Perpetua
kung lugi ang kumpanya.. ano ibabayad sa inyo? I suggest you look for a new job and move on.

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3 Re: Notice of Temporary Shutdown on Fri Sep 06, 2013 10:59 am

pulencio99


Arresto Menor
Patok wrote:kung lugi ang kumpanya.. ano ibabayad sa inyo? I suggest you look for a new job and move on.
Thanks po.

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4 Re: Notice of Temporary Shutdown on Sat Sep 07, 2013 8:50 pm

attyLLL


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suspension for operation for not more than 6 months is legal and allowed under the labor code.

it's a tough situation. if they call you back and you do not, you will be considered resigned. but if it lasts for more than 6 mos, you will be entitled to separation pay


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