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Breach of employment contract - Please help

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1 Breach of employment contract - Please help on Thu Nov 14, 2013 8:21 pm

chkrich


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I bring the contract premature. After working with this certain company for 2 months, i decided to resign because of unfair demand of work. At sobra na yung stress at pressure ng work at di na ako masaya. So, di ko natapos yung 2years contract ko, now am i liable for any repayment sa company ko for resigning my job? Upon reading our contract walang certain amount na nakalagay in case na di matapos yung contract eto lang nakita kong clause "may be required to make repayment of the costs and damages incurred by the School as a result of the same." Ang tanong po, sa ganitong sitwasyon magkano ang dapat bayaran o dapat nga ba ako magbayad? Overseas employment po ang contract na ito. Pls. advice. Thanks.

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Patok


Reclusion Perpetua
ask your employer sila mag co compute nyan.

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chkrich


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@Patok.. dapat ko talagang bayaran yun? Usually po ba aling part ang babayaran ko? yung magagastos nila for replacement ko o yung buong contract na di ko natapos? anu po ba ang general rules regarding fixed term contract?

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Patok


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depende lahat yan sa contract.. yung iba kung may training involve pinababayaran yung cost nang training.. so depende talaga sa employer mo yan.. talk to them.

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