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RA No. 8972 "Solo Parents' Welfare Act of 2000"

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curiousgurl


Arresto Menor
What are the requirements needed in order to get an exemption from DOLE from the so called "flexible work schedule" of solo parents. We are running a hospital which is operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The employees cannot just leave their post without somebody to take over. They need to follow their pre-approved schedule and must be on time when coming in for work due to the nature of their work.

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attyLLL


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have you discussed this matter with the employee? does she have the dswd id card of a solo parent? isn't there a way to handle this with the employee through proper scheduling?

you will have to inquire at DOLE. that is not a common request.


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ticklebuds


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Need advise please. Would a girl be considered as solo parent if she bears a child out through "in vitro fertilization"? She has this medical condition that led to removal of her right ovary. Now her left ovary, which is her only chance to produce a child is also in brink of being removed as per doctors advise. Just worried that my job/employment in a private company would be affected. Please enlighten me on this. Thank you very much and God Bless!

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attyLLL


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yes, you will still be considered a solo parent


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ticklebuds


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[quote="attyLLL"]yes, you will

Maraming salamat po for your quick reply. So it means I just have to produce medical records so that I could be issued a Solo Parent ID. What about my job? Would my case be grounds for termination? thanks so much ... your insights are greatly appreciated

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attyLLL


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no, that would not be a basis for termination. in vitro is recognized by law as a legal way of having a child. you can look up at dswd how to get a solo parent id


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