terminated due to absences
1 terminated due to absences on Thu Jan 07, 2016 4:40 pm
2 Re: terminated due to absences on Thu Jan 07, 2016 7:10 pm
If there are no more training classes for you to catch up then the company can terminate your employment without need for any hearing or notice to explain.
5 Re: terminated due to absences on Fri Jan 08, 2016 12:03 pm
6 Re: terminated due to absences on Fri Jan 08, 2016 12:20 pm
sir nilo, yours was quick, i am scheduled next feb 10.
i guess ill have to wait.
its saddening coz prior to this company, the previous one i stayed for 5years. and this termination would definitely be a bad sight on my resume.
7 Re: terminated due to absences on Fri Jan 08, 2016 1:51 pm
Something like -
- That I understand that the threshold for attendance is 98% of the required work hours for the whole
duration of Class room Training and Academy Bay.
- That in cases where I would not be able to report to work or come in on time, proper notification will be given at least 2 hours prior to the shift.
- That I will provide the necessary documents required as justification for my absence/tardiness
- That I do not incur more than 2 instances of Tardiness throughout Classroom Training and Academy Bay
- Should I incur either less than 98% attendance or more than 2 instances of Tardiness regardless of the total duration of lost hours, I will not be endorsed to Operations.
8 Re: terminated due to absences on Fri Jan 08, 2016 7:44 pm
File a complaint as you were illegally dismissed.
9 Re: terminated due to absences on Fri Jan 08, 2016 7:48 pm
10 Re: terminated due to absences on Fri Jan 08, 2016 7:56 pm
The duty of the employer here is to validate and verify the supporting documents. If valid, the employer cannot terminate an employee by this reason.
13 terminated due to absences on Wed Jan 13, 2016 3:05 am
I was also terminated for gross and habitual negligence, I was absent for 3 consecutive days because I was sick. I furnished them copies of my med cert and notified for the incurred days. The company didn't honor it and I was tagged as NCNS even I had personally appeared on the 3rd day and the 2 prior days also has med certs. According to the HR, it won't be considered as excused because I wasn't confined in an ER.
As what I can remember this policy isn't on the contract I signed and this was just sent via email for the company's attendance policy.
1) An employee who will call in sick during this period should present a valid medical certificate from a hospital accredited by our current HMO provider, regardless of the number of days of absence. Failure to present a valid medical certificate to substantiate claims for absence due to medical or health reason shall warrant the imposition of the appropriate corrective action.
2) Unsubstantiated reasons for non-medical or non-health related absences during these days shall warrant the imposition of the appropriate corrective action. Absences before and/or after one’s day(s) off or plotted Vacation Leave falling within declared critical work days shall warrant the imposition of the appropriate corrective action.
3) Any other excuse except for the following is considered unacceptable reasons for missing work, even if supporting document is provided:
· Sickness resulting to hospital confinement – shall be supported by a medical certificate
· Having contagious illness – shall be supported by medical certificate
· Bereavement leave – shall be supported by death certificate
· Emergency leave – shall be supported by valid documentation
· Sent home recommended by the Company nurse –applies to employees who reported to work but given a recommendation to rest at home by the company nurse due to their health condition. If additional days of rest is required, a medical certificate is needed.
4) For cases that require Medical Certificate issued by a hospital accredited by our HMO, the all information below is required:
· Doctor’s complete name, license number and contact information
· Diagnosis, exploratory laboratory tests (if applicable)
· Required number of day/s rest and the doctor’s recommendation for treatment
· Fit to work clearance
Kindly advise if this policy confirms to the labor law.
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