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60 days retention?

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1 60 days retention? on Sat May 12, 2018 4:10 pm

admiralbulbasaur


Arresto Menor
Good day po, bale explain ko lang po yung situation. Nag start po ako sa new job ko last week then during my orientation sabi po sakin if may magreresign is 60days daw po ang retention period nila dahil mahirap daw mahanap sa market yung position namin nakasaad din po siya sa contract which I signed dahil tingin ko okay naman ang company. Then eto nga after 1week nag-iisip na po ako lumipat ng work, ang tanong ko po eh if enforceable po ba yung 60days retention period nila? Dahil willing naman po ako mag render ng 30days wag lang 60days.

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2 Re: 60 days retention? on Sat May 12, 2018 11:57 pm

lukekyle


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yes enforceable sya dahil pumirma ka. pero kausapin mo since 1 week ka pa lang naman, useless na pajabain nila dahil wala ka naman masyadong iturn over.

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3 Re: 60 days retention? on Sun May 13, 2018 12:10 pm

admiralbulbasaur


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Thanks sir

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4 Re: 60 days retention? on Wed May 16, 2018 7:15 pm

attyLLL


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I don't believe this has been decided by the Supreme Court. In my opinion, employee contracts are covered by public interest and hence no provision of law can be set aside by through a contract of adhesion, especially one which is forced upon the employee on a take it or leave it basis.


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5 Re: 60 days retention? on Thu May 17, 2018 8:54 am

lukekyle


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law kasi states "at least one month" which brings me to believe that longer may be acceptable if both parties agreed to it upon hiring. but yes i do agree that i have yet to find a conclusive ruling whether a period longer than 30 days can be enforced

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6 Re: 60 days retention? on Wed May 30, 2018 4:39 pm

admiralbulbasaur


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Hello po, bale update lang sa case ko:

Bale gumawa po ako ng resignation letter (Letter A) para sa HR at Head na sinasabe na hanggang May 31 na lang ako bale 2weeks notice po yun then nailagay ko din dun na hindi ko na kukunin ang sahod at COE ko para kapalit ng sobrang urgency ng pagreresign ko, syempre hindi pumayag ang Head namin at ayaw din niya ng hindi babayaran yung araw na pinasok ko so nagbigay po ako ng panibagong proposal, formal resignation na sya (Letter B) na hanggang June 14 na lang ako bale 30days notice na siya, pinag-isipan yun ng Head namin and pumayag na sya at nag-agree na din yung CEO na mag-compromise w/o being penalized dahil 2weeks pa lang naman daw ako. So ayun nabigay ko na yung letter then after a week nagbigay na yung HR namin ng "Application for Resignation" i-aattach dun yung resignation letter sa likod, ang kinagulat ko po..yung Letter A pa din ang inattached ni HR bale binura nya lang yung May 31 at ginawa nyang June 14, same letter na nagsasabi na hindi ko na kukunin ang sahod at COE ko iniba lang nya ang date. So hinanap ko sa HR yung Letter B, hindi daw nya alam at itanong ko daw sa Head ko kung nasaan. Pagka-approach ko sa Head ko kung nasaan ang Letter B ang sabi nya sa akin ay nasa HR daw, so ayun nasa HR nga dahil and Head ko na mismo nagtanong sa kanila kung nasaan. Then yung tamang resignation letter na ang naiattached ko sa Application ko, ang problema ko lang po baka kasi hindi ibigay ng HR yung sahod ko? May karapatan po ba sila dun? Gusto nya kasi na penalty ko daw yun for not following the 60days notice period, eh pumayag na nga ang Head at CEO na 30days notice period na lang.

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7 Re: 60 days retention? on Thu May 31, 2018 8:46 am

attyLLL


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if they refuse to pay your salary, your recourse is to file a money claim at dole or nlrc


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8 Re: 60 days retention? on Thu May 31, 2018 9:22 am

admiralbulbasaur


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attyLLL wrote:if they refuse to pay your salary, your recourse is to file a money claim at dole or nlrc

pero yung argument kasi ni HR is hindi daw ako nagcomply sa 60days nila, while yung CEO at yung Manager ko is approved na nila ang 30days notice period. So magbabawas pa po ba sila ng damages sa backpay ko? Which is almost 6weeks at never pa ko sumahod.

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9 Re: 60 days retention? on Thu May 31, 2018 10:30 am

lukekyle


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tell them na approved na ng CEO yung 30 days. If ayaw talaga ibigay then you have to file sa NLRC. Sila na ang magdetermine if pwede na ang 30 days or you need to follow yung contract

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