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1 Employment Cash Bond on Thu Feb 01, 2018 10:59 pm


Arresto Menor
Hi, Good day!
I need your advise or someone who have knowledge about this matter.
Fresh grad po ako.
Nagwork po ako as Manager Trainee
I decided to resign because of health issue and because of the management.
2 contract po yung pinirmahan ko
Yung isa may cash bond na 25k if magreresign ako ng wala pang two years sa service need ko yun isettle pero di po na explain sakin about dun pinabasa lang tapos sign na agad
Yung isa according sa contract if magreresign ako need ko mag render ng 30days. Eh kaya nga ako nagresign kasi nagkakasakit na ako nag eextend po ako walang bayad yung OT yun kasi diniscuss nung job offer di ko naman choice mag OT pero kailangan sabi ioffset ko nalang pero di ka rin makagamit ng offset. Tapos di rin ako nakakakain on time di ko rin namamaximize yung 1hr break ko. Ang sabi kasi ng Doctor if magtutuloy tuloy na di ako nkakain ontime baka maging ulcer na daw kaya idecided to resign.
Tapos yung 1st salary po for 15days di pinasahod kasi sabi po assurance lang daw po baka umalis agad sa trabaho. Makukuha daw po yun pag nagresign na.
Nung kinausap ko na po yung boss ko sabi nya iindicate ko daw sa resignation kung kelan ko isesettle yung bond at yung 30days na service pa.
I hope matulungan nyo ako kahit medyo magulo po explanation ko.
Thank you

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2 Re: Employment Cash Bond on Fri Feb 02, 2018 7:41 am


Reclusion Perpetua
30 days notice is required by law. kailangan mo irender yan pag nag resign ka. otherwise, you will be considered as AWOL

Bond is usually if for the training that they invested in you. since you signed your contract, you agree to abide by it, then you also agree to pay for it in case you resigned earlier.

hope this helps.

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3 Re: Employment Cash Bond on Fri Feb 02, 2018 6:38 pm


what do you want to happen? if you just walk away and refuse their demands, they will have to file a case against you to collect. very few employers will do that because they have to justify themselves before a court. Your loss would be your last pay

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