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1 Employment bond on Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:25 pm

prayerson1


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hi, i just wanna ask about my employment bond. i signed a 2 year contract with P100,000 bond.now i wanted to resign for a better opportunity, i am now working for almost 1 month. what can i do to break the employment bond?

it's okay to me if i wont get any COE or certificates. thank you for your response.

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2 Re: Employment bond on Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:28 pm

alexisbantilan


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prayerson1 wrote:hi, i just wanna ask about my employment bond. i signed a 2 year contract with P100,000 bond.now i wanted to resign for a better opportunity, i am now working for almost 1 month. what can i do to break the employment bond?

it's okay to me if i wont get any COE or certificates. thank you for your response.

Considering a one month stay, IMO Its ok not to get COE.
But if the company will sue you for 100k bond, you will obliged to pay it.
Only you can contest the bond to reduce to little amount because you have one month stay only.
Just render 30 days notice.

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3 Re: Employment bond on Tue Feb 04, 2014 2:40 pm

pinayguru


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I have same inquiry, I signed the JO with 6 months equivalent salary bond but the actual work has disconnection/ dis-alignment in job description of said position so I filled 30 days notice of resignation. Do I need to pay the 6 months bond?

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4 Re: Employment bond on Tue Feb 04, 2014 4:37 pm

HR Adviser


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Pinay, were you able to undergo training?

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5 Re: Employment bond on Tue Feb 04, 2014 5:46 pm

pinayguru


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No training during my stay only Knowledge transfer although its poor quality.

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6 Re: Employment bond on Wed Feb 05, 2014 9:20 am

HR Adviser


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Just push through with your 30-days resignation notice. Don't worry with the bond. They have to file it in court before they can claim it from you

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7 Re: Employment bond on Mon Feb 10, 2014 8:14 am

prayerson1


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if i get terminated in the job or AWOL , are they still going to obliged me to pay the bond ?

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8 Re: Employment bond on Mon Feb 10, 2014 5:44 pm

HR Adviser


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Only the court can compel you to pay. but just don't go AWOL. the company claim for damages on top of your bond if you do so

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9 Re: Employment bond on Tue May 06, 2014 8:33 am

Skyrice76


Arresto Menor
Hello There,
I have this Problem with my contract also. That is so fishy the time i read it and stupid for me to sign it. here is my problem Miss/Mr HR.
I signed a training contract (BOlded) on a call center outsourcing comp.with a P.304 salary per day. the contract estates states that as follows:
1. your performance will be reviewed on a monthly basis. However, your status as a Trainee is good for 6 months. Your contract can be renewed depending on the performance evaluation set by the company.
2. You will be in a bond of 1 year to the company and for any reason of non-complacence or employee leaving the service for what reasons what so ever you shall pay a equvalent of P30,000 by way of agreed liquidated damages and agrees to pay the same without any proof of actual damages suffers by the Company.
------which i think is insane for my salary of P304 per day in 6 days a week and in grave yard shift.
i read the other form regarding employment bond and i think that i am no longer liable for the one year bond because the contract i signed is only for 6 mons and clearly the bond over laps a expired contract right. natpos ko namn ang 6 mos sa kanila and i said na hindi na ko mag rerenew ng contrat for permanet. pero sabi nila automatic na daw un.
is it a case of UNJUST ENRICHMENT?
i already talk with all my workmate unanimous poh ang opinyon sa company.
i just what to know your opinion and advise.

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