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Sudden change of length of contract.

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1 Sudden change of length of contract. on Fri Jul 06, 2018 2:33 pm

khrissr10


Arresto Menor
Nag-apply ang wife ko as a Teacher sa isang private school here in Manila. Medyo maraming unfair labor practices at issues sa kanila.

After more than a month of staying in that school and after all the troubles we've gone through ngayon pa lang sya makakapirma ng contract. Inabisuhan sya ng HR na may mga Teachers na good for 1 semester only ang contract at ang iba naman ay full 1 year.

Now my question is, if ever ba na biglang good for 1 semester lang ang lumabas sa contract nya instead of 1 year na initial offer sa kanya ay may habol sya?

Iniisip ko kasi that's the easiest way for them to get rid of my wife dahil nung nag-advise kasi sya about her possible pregnancy last month ay tinutulak na sya into resignation at gumagawa sila ng paraan for constructive termination. And now na confirmed pregnant nga si wife baka yun naman ang gamiting reason para hindi na tuparin ang initial agreement na 1 year contract.

Ang alam ko kahit no written contract as along as there's a verbal agreement ay okay lang.

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2 Re: Sudden change of length of contract. on Fri Jul 06, 2018 8:45 pm

attyLLL


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oral contracts are valid, the problem is proving them in case of conflict. There are different labor rules for teachers in private schools under the DECS manual for private schools


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