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IS THE EMPLOYEE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE TRAINING TO REPLACEMENT DUE TO PRE TERMINATION OF CONTRACT

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dampachi


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Atty. Ask ko lang po kung legal ba n magprovide ang employee ng training sa replacement niya because she pre-terminated her contract? hoping for your immediate response. thank you

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attyLLL


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what you are required is to provide 30 day notice so if you are asked to train your replacement within that period, then it is ok.


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dampachi


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thanks po atty. ask ko lang po what if ung replacement was approved 5 days before or on the date of the effectivity nung 30 days notice, then isa sa requirements ng company is to provide atleast 2 weeks training. ok lng po b iextend ung stay nung employee? and one thing pa po, what if hindi siya nakahanap ng replacement, may right po b ang company na ihold ung employee n magreresign?

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no,the company cannot force the employee to remain beyond the 30 days unless he is willing.


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