Quit claim for selective employees
1 Quit claim for selective employees on Sat Aug 13, 2016 8:36 pm
7 Re: Quit claim for selective employees on Sun Aug 14, 2016 7:19 pm
8 Re: Quit claim for selective employees on Sun Aug 14, 2016 8:32 pm
Sweet Mona Liza Boctot wrote:Thank you for your explainations sir. So if the others were given out of gratis and we did not, what can I do? Should I just accept the fact that my employer did not have any gratitude on me considering my services rendered? I dont understand why I was not able to receive. In fact, I have outstanding ratings in my evaluation for the past 8 years. What can I possibly do to claim what ia due to me?
Your employer may or may not have gratitude, but that is not the point.
He wants to give something to someone, and that is not against the law. Neither is not giving something to anyone else.
He did not promise to give you anything so he is not obliged to do so. If he wants to give away something then that is his option.
You can claim what is due you if it is a legally required payment. If it is not, then there is nothing you can do.
And eventually the question comes back - why do you know of such information? That is private between the employer and employee. Same as salary information - details of those should not be discussed between employees.
If someone asks you about money you receive, ano ang pakialam nila? Same with your situation - someone gets some additional money - it is not your concern.
9 Re: Quit claim for selective employees on Sun Aug 14, 2016 9:22 pm
RELEASE WAIVER AND QUITCLAIM
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
That I, __________________, Filipino, of legal age, a resident of __________________, and formerly employed with __________________, do by these presents acknowledge receipt of the sum of __________________, Philippine Currency, from _____________________ in full payment and final settlement of the (financial assistance or separation pay, overtime pay, salary or salaries, wage or wages, commutable sick and vacation leaves, gratutities or any kind of compensation or emoluments) due to me or which may be due to me from ____________________ under the law or under any existing agreement with respect thereto, as well as any and all claims of whatever kind and nature which I have or may have against ________________, arising from my employment with (and the termination of my employment with ______________________.
In consideration of said payment, I do hereby quitclaim, release, discharge and waive any and all actions of whatever nature, expected, real or apparent, which I may have against _______________, its directors, officers, employees, agents and clients by reason of or arising from my employment with the company. I will institute no action, whether civil, criminal, labor or administrative against _________________, its directors, officers, employees, agents and clients. Any and all actions which I may have commenced either solely in my name or jointly with others before any office, board, bureau, court, or tribunal against _________________, its directors, officers, employees, agents and clients are hereby deemed and considered voluntary withdrawn by me and I will no longer testify or continue to prosecute said action(s).
I declare that I have read this document and have fully understood its contents. I further declare that I voluntarily and willingly executed this Release, Waiver and Quitclaim with full knowledge of my rights under the law.
*******CAN THIS DOCUMENT BE USED IF THEY WANTED TO GIVE THEIR EMPLOYEES SEPARATION PAY OUT OF GRATIS?
10 Re: Quit claim for selective employees on Mon Aug 15, 2016 7:07 am
That is a generic / standard quitclaim form for employees leaving the company.
Separation pay is not a gratis (or gratuity) issue. It is a legally required payment to an employee.
Generally a quitclaim is a legal document to ensure that -
1. the employeR will not make any further claims against the employeE
2. the employeE will not make any further claims against the employeR
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12 Re: Quit claim for selective employees on Mon Aug 15, 2016 12:23 pm
"I declare that I have read this document and have fully understood its contents. I further declare that I voluntarily and willingly executed this Release, Waiver and Quitclaim with full knowledge of my rights under the law."
With this situation sir, do we have any legal basis to run after our past employer?
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