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Non payment of SSS, Philhealth and Pagibig fund

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cn_chel


Arresto Menor
Please give me an advice. The company that I work for hasn't remited SSS, philhealth and Pag-big fund for the last 12 months even though they deducted every month. I am currently finishing my 30-day notice since I filed my resignation. I am also surprised that they asked me to give a 30-working-day notice(excluding weekends). So I have to wait for one and a half month. What should I do?
I will appreciate your advice. Thank you po.

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attyLLL


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write a letter to your admin/finance and inform them that your remittances are not posted in SSS. You can request for copies of their payments to SSS.

did you agree to the 1 1/2 notice period? if not, you are only required to give 30 days notice.


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cn_chel


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Unfortunately, I agreed to the 1 1/2 months because we were led to believe that was mandated by the law. The company I work for admits that they haven't paid SSS, philhealth and pag-ibig fund. I read in the Labor Code that there are some cases that the employee doesn't have to serve the 30-day notice. Can I consider non-payment as one of those conditions? Thanks> Smile

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attyLLL


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i don't believe non-remittance can be directly considered an analogous situation, but you can argue it, at your own risk.


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cn_chel


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Thanks sir. Smile

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JEANETTEBARBOZA


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Hi guys! what will i do? my employer paid me less for my SSS maternity reimbursement.

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JEANETTEBARBOZA


Arresto Menor
supposed to be my benefit is 22,333.33 but they paid me 15,000 only.

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attyLLL


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how did you compute it?


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JEANETTEBARBOZA


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Company po namin nagcompute. Nagulat na lang ako my 15thousand na binibigay sa akin, Yun daw ang ni reimburse ng SSS. Nakita ko nga po yung voucher na galing SSS. 15,000 lang. Nakita ko po thru online inquiry sa SSS na 22,333.33 ang dapat po ibigay ng SSS. Paano ko po kaya makukuha yung kulang dun sa naibigay ng SSS...?

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attyLLL


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i recommend you first inquire at the sss


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khittie


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in cases of the company not paying sss salary loan on time.. is the member going to be marked as deliquent payer even if in y payslip, company id deducting my monthly amort but when i check sss online, no payment posted ever?

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