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1 Paying Bond Contract on Thu Nov 03, 2016 5:37 pm

black


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Hi,

Currently nagresign ako sa company since i'll be going to New Zealand which will give me more opportunities. On my contract, naka bond ako for 2 years, if ever mag reresign ako kailangan ko mag bayad ng base salary X 3.

I am willing to pay naman but in installment for 6 months as i do not have the capacity to pay it in 4 months. anu po ba ang pwedeng gawin dito? 6 months talaga ang kaya ko.

Any advise?

Thanks In Advance!

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2 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Thu Nov 03, 2016 8:28 pm

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Buti pumayag pa sila ng 4 months. Generally any amount is due and demandable immediately.

Pag tumagal kasi madalas hindi na nagbabayad (o nakakabayad) ang may utang.

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3 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Fri Nov 04, 2016 3:55 pm

black


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anu po ba yung mga possible na mangyayari pag hindi ko binayaran?

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4 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Fri Nov 04, 2016 4:16 pm

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black wrote:anu po ba yung mga possible na mangyayari pag hindi ko binayaran?

depende sa kung ano ang ikakaso sa iyo, pwedeng multa, o kung meron silang mahanap na dahilan, kasuhan ka ng estafa o anumang criminal offense, at pwede kang magka-record sa NBI.

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5 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Sat Nov 19, 2016 3:17 am

sandstorm413


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Hi I need help on my training bond.

I was sent abroad for a month and signed a service agreement that will expire in Nov 8, 2018. I just got back from the 'training' abroad and wants to resign because of the following reasons:

1. I have hypothyroidism and found out a week after the training that I now have a fatty liver (I've had bloodtests before that shows normal liver enzymes). And has been suffering from fatigue since I got back from the training.
2. The stress and hostility of the work environment has taken its toll on my physical health- fatigue, insomnia, acid reflux, tension headache etc.

When I signed the contract last September, I asked for a copy of it but I was not given one. I did not follow up again as advised by a law student friend. But I know that in the contract it states that if the reason for resignation is due to health reasons, they will not collect the bond. In your opinion, will my current state of health be enough reason to leave the company?

I also I mentioned 'training'. For me, I was not really trained because I already have the experience on the tools they are using. I am even the one training the new hires and creating documentations. Also while staying abroad, we did not have time for lunch and breaks. Please advise on the best course of action. I will also seek medical advice from my endocrinologist.

Thank you
-Sandstorm

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6 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Sat Nov 19, 2016 7:08 am

johnlocke1290


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I also I mentioned 'training'. For me, I was not really trained because I already have the experience on the tools they are using. I am even the one training the new hires and creating documentations. Also while staying abroad, we did not have time for lunch and breaks. Please advise on the best course of action. I will also seek medical advice from my endocrinologist. wrote:

Still your company invested on you regardless if you learned something or not.

When I signed the contract last September, I asked for a copy of it but I was not given one. I did not follow up again as advised by a law student friend. But I know that in the contract it states that if the reason for resignation is due to health reasons, they will not collect the bond. In your opinion, will my current state of health be enough reason to leave the company? wrote:

It is best to have a copy of your contract so you can review it better. You can always resign for any reason, but be mindful of giving an advance notice of at least 30 days or depends on what is stated in the contract. Just present a medical certificate to prove your case.

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7 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Mon Nov 21, 2016 1:26 pm

sandstorm413


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Thanks for the reply John Locke. Should I get the med cert from my private endocrinologist? My friend mentioned about public medical doctor. Please advise. Thanks!

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8 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Mon Nov 21, 2016 2:03 pm

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sandstorm413 wrote:Thanks for the reply John Locke. Should I get the med cert from my private endocrinologist? My friend mentioned about public medical doctor. Please advise. Thanks!

Usually they'd want a document from a public / government physician.

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9 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Mon Nov 21, 2016 2:13 pm

sandstorm413


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Thank you sir. But the public physician would not know my medical history. Should I get one from my endocrinologist first then go see a public doctor? Thanks!

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10 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Mon Nov 21, 2016 8:41 pm

sandstorm413


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Hello, sorry for asking too many questions. I got a copy of the contract. But the employer did not sign it. Is it still binding?

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11 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Mon Nov 21, 2016 9:05 pm

lukekyle


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ano ang proof mo na iyan ang contract mo and not just something you typed up by yourself?

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12 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Mon Nov 21, 2016 9:10 pm

sandstorm413


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Sir I just got it from the HR office. I also have a scanned copy sent to my work email just minutes ago.

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13 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Mon Nov 21, 2016 9:28 pm

sandstorm413


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Also my manager did not forward the contract to me. It was forwarded to his email on Sep 21, 2016. When I signed that contract I asked for a copy of it but he brushed me off saying 'bibigyan naman kayo nyan.' And further said 'Bakit ang tagal nyo pirmahan yan, i-memorize nyo ba yan?', when me and my colleagues were reading the contract.

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14 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Mon Nov 21, 2016 11:51 pm

lukekyle


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so no proof?

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15 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Mon Nov 21, 2016 11:53 pm

sandstorm413


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There is proof. As I said, the HR guy sent the scanned copy of the contract to my work email. He also printed the same and handed to me.

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16 Re: Paying Bond Contract on Tue Nov 22, 2016 12:03 am

lukekyle


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unless meron kang papel saying that what they handed you is YOUR contract.... right now it is just a standard employment contract, unsigned.
If they acknowledge it naman then you dont have a problem or maybe nakasulat sa email something like "im forwarding you your employment contract"

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