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1 HMO benefits delayed on Wed Jan 13, 2016 10:47 am

scytheMaster25


Arresto Menor
Here's my situation. It is stated in my contract that upon regularization, I will receive all the benefits which includes HMO.

The thing is, I was regularized last January 2, 2016 and based on the conversation I had with the HR (January 12), he is still not sure if I can get it on January 15 and I already spent more than 5000 pesos for the checkup, tests etc.

Is there a breach of contract on their part? As it is stated in my contract that I will have the HMO benefits upon regularization?

May habol din ba ako sa nagastos ko? pede kaya mareimburse un? sayang din po kasi ung pera and since technically speaking benefits ko na po dapat siya starting Jan. 3.

Thanks
Looking forward for you response/reply

Thanks



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2 Re: HMO benefits delayed on Wed Jan 13, 2016 11:04 am

council


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When did you spend this 5000 pesos?

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3 Re: HMO benefits delayed on Wed Jan 13, 2016 11:11 am

scytheMaster25


Arresto Menor
council wrote:When did you spend this 5000 pesos?

On the week of January 6. And I'm supposed to have my follow up check up today and Still can't use the benefits that I should have. I really don't know what to do with the HR

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4 Re: HMO benefits delayed on Fri Jan 15, 2016 2:08 pm

Blacknight02


Arresto Menor
It depends to you if you want to pursue to get reimbursement, that may include filing a case against them in NLRC (Not a good idea as this may put you in bad situation with your employer.

Also, it is a company initiative benefits, it is not mandated, so it the employer argue that they are processing your HMO, you should wait.

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5 Re: HMO benefits delayed on Fri Jan 15, 2016 5:24 pm

scytheMaster25


Arresto Menor
Blacknight02 wrote:It depends to you if you want to pursue to get reimbursement, that may include filing a case against them in NLRC (Not a good idea as this may put you in bad situation with your employer.

Also, it is a company initiative benefits, it is not mandated, so it the employer argue that they are processing your HMO, you should wait.
Thank you

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