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Resignation and Terminal Leave

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1 Resignation and Terminal Leave on Sun Jul 31, 2011 5:54 pm

toone14


Arresto Menor
Sir/Madam,

I would like to know if it is okay to have have my resignation effective 60 days after the date filed and having the last 30 days as terminal leave? I have more than 90 days accumulated SL/VL so I want to use them so I can still get paid by my company and help me thru the transition to the new company

How long should a backpay given to a resigned employee?

Hope to receive a response soon.

Thanks.

Regards,

Toone

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2 Re: Resignation and Terminal Leave on Tue Aug 02, 2011 4:57 am

council


Reclusion Perpetua
toone14 wrote:Sir/Madam,

I would like to know if it is okay to have have my resignation effective 60 days after the date filed and having the last 30 days as terminal leave? I have more than 90 days accumulated SL/VL so I want to use them so I can still get paid by my company and help me thru the transition to the new company

How long should a backpay given to a resigned employee?



1. Terminal leave is a management prerogative if it's not in your company handbook.

2. backpay should be given within reasonable time - quote a broad term, could be within 30-90 days.

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3 Re: Resignation and Terminal Leave on Tue Oct 04, 2011 9:09 pm

toone14


Arresto Menor
Followup questions :

I already resigned and have rendered my 30 days notice. My questions is what steps should I take in order for me to get my backpay, SSS, PAG-IBIG, BIR and Philhealth to be updated.

After I resigned I found out that SSS contributions where not remitted and my loan was not paid eventhough all where deducted from my salary. I was with the company for almost 10 years and almost 4 years of contribution was not remitted to SSS.

Also I noticed that my ITR has a discrepancy it seems that in 2010 they paid a smaller amount of tax compared to 2009 eventhough I got an annual increase every year.

I read on thread here that a 30-90 days is acceptable period for the release of back pay. But that's not the case some of my former colleagues who also resigned haven't received their back pay and it's been more than 5 months. Do you think we can report it to the labor department? Can we file a class suit? We now have a total of 9 people who resigned and have issues with backpay, sss, pagibig, bir and philhealth.

Thank you in advance hope to hear a feedback from you.

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4 Re: Resignation and Terminal Leave on Wed Oct 05, 2011 7:09 pm

attyLLL


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yes, you can all file a money claim at nlrc for your last pay.

you can even file estafa cases for non-remittance of your sss contributions.


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