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1 Change in Organization on Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:10 pm


Arresto Menor
Greetings! im not good in legality or such regarding labor code in the PH. so here it goes, i currently working for this company for almost 10 years already. On the 4th year i was promoted to supervisor of "Logistic Department", my question now is, the said Department has been REMOVED so in terms of PH labor code what should legally happen? What happen to us is we where transferred to another department "Quantitative Department" and as for me i my title was changed to "analyst" 2nd from rank&file. no change in salary and benefits yet. but based on my understanding Level and Title is 2 different things, and any of these are present (1) Change of Salary & Benefits (2) Change of Level is under "constructive dismissal". Can you guys give me some insight? thank you so much.

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2 Re: Change in Organization on Thu Oct 02, 2014 1:05 pm


Reclusion Perpetua
Nothing wrong so far.

You were moved/transferred to another job because your previous position was removed and is no longer existent. No diminution in benefits and you still have a job.

Change of level can be because of reclassification. You may be supervisor of Logistics but might not have the equivalent skills to be supervisor in Quantitative, so it is logical that you start below.

No constructive dismissal there so far.

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3 Re: Change in Organization on Thu Oct 02, 2014 2:42 pm


Arresto Menor
Thank you council for your prompt response. Yes you are correct. But how would my CoE and records looked now?, is it kindda shows that ive been demoted since from Supervisor now an Analyst? (no offense on analyst level job) or should my CoE it should indicate im still in a Supervisory Level? Many thanks man!

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