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Inquiry on moonlighting while on floating status

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chibitamaru


Arresto Menor
Good day everyone!

Can I inquire if this situation means that I'm moonlighting?

I'm currently connected to a BPO company, that I love so much. I'm in a supervisory position and I do not want to leave but unfortunately I'm placed in a temporary floating status, because my program closed. I'm only paid for 1 week it's been 3 weeks now and I need to earn temporarily somehow to put food on the table.

I was thinking of taking a temporary job in another BPO company with the same position but will most likely leave if my current company can find another place for me.

Is this moonlighting?

Thanks in advance!

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lukekyle


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if malaman ng current employer na nag work ka for another, he doesn't need to hire you na

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Patok


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Better resign and accept the new job.

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mishael032409


Arresto Mayor
Yes thats moonlighting since youre still technically connected sa current employer mo. Just resign na lang.

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Jadis

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moonlight
verb
: to work at a second job in addition to your regular job

intransitive verb
: to hold a second job in addition to a regular one

Other forms: moon·light·ed; moon·light·ing
moon·light·er noun

Examples
She is a secretary who moonlights as a waitress on weekends.

Origin: back-formation from moonlighter.
First use: 1957

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HrDude


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Jadis wrote:
moonlight
verb
: to work at a second job in addition to your regular job

intransitive verb
: to hold a second job in addition to a regular one

Other forms: moon·light·ed; moon·light·ing
moon·light·er noun

Examples
She is a secretary who moonlights as a waitress on weekends.

Origin: back-formation from moonlighter.
First use: 1957

Anong point mo?

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Jadis

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It is considered moonlighting. That was the question was it not?

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river03


Arresto Mayor
mga sirs,

pag nag-moonlighting meron po bang sanction pag nalaman ni employer?

thanks po.

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Jadis

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Read your employment contract or company rules and regulations.

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