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want to resign but have a contract for 3 yrs

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1 want to resign but have a contract for 3 yrs on Fri Sep 27, 2013 9:54 pm

satchmu214


Arresto Menor
gud day, im new here. i just signed a contract in an institution here in cebu. Ive signed a 3 yr contract. but ive noticed that the institution has poor management. in fact, every year they would hire new employers because of their management. what should i do? i want to resign. but my employer keeps on threatening me that if i do, they will revoke my license and they would make me pay 100k.
our working days is mon-fri but whenever there are activities on weekends and we were not able to attend under circumstances they would deduct 3 days on our salary, are they following the labor code? im willing to send the copy of my contract.. i really need a legal advice.. they keep on threatening us.

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HR Adviser


Reclusion Perpetua
Why are you on a three year contract? are you a project employee or is it a a training bond?

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satchmu214


Arresto Menor
thats the term po sir..aftr 3 yrs pa po ang regularization..its a school po and i am a non-teaching staff.. i dont think they follow the regulations of the labor code.

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HR Adviser


Reclusion Perpetua
If you are not trained, you can render 30-days resignation. But to be sure, have your contract reviewed by an ATTY to check fin prints in the contract

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satchmu214


Arresto Menor
but its not right if they ask money from the employee without due process? they wont sign the resignation letter f d employee make a letter notarized by an attorney that he will pay the certain amount and threatens to revoke the license

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alexisbantilan


Reclusion Perpetua
Probationary period should be 6 months only not 3 years. I think there's some irregularities in the employer side. File a complaint first.

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karl704


Prision Mayor
regularization for teachers is 3 years

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satchmu214


Arresto Menor
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this is the 2nd page of the contraact
i am not a teaching staff but i have loads of subjects to teach nor have prof ed units or license to teach. is it legal? and not well compensated for the extra work

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