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payday was late, no contract signed----help!!!

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gineanne16


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i was hired as a Customer Service Associate (CSA) at Derm Factor Essentials. The issues are, our pay for 11 days cut-off period was not yet released. (supposed to be last 10/28/2011 since it's a long weekend) but the company says that it is their standard procedure to release the payment 1st day of work after the holiday or after the weekend if the payday falls on weekend and holidays.
but we have not signed any contract nor we have discussed anything about this. I demanded a contract to be signed but they said "just wait".. i've been working at their company for more than a month..

i've also learned that the company was deducting sss,philhealth,pag-ibig contributions from their CSA's even without submitting any requirements. so how will they know our sss,philhealth,pag-ibig numbers if we haven't submitted any of those yet? and their reasons are:
"ANDITO LANG SA COMPANY YUNG DEDUCTIONS. BY THE TIME NA MAG RESIGN, IBABALIK DIN yUN."

they were also deducting P100.00 every payday as CASH BOND but this was not discussed.

i do hope to receive feedback from you regarding this matter. Thank you!!
God bless.. Very Happy




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attyLLL


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deductions for statutory benefits are really meant to begin from day 1, but they can be liable if they are not remitting them within 30 days from collection.

this cash bond is not legal.

there is no requirement to give out salaries before a long weekend. what is in the law is that the next pay not be more than 16 days from the last pay date.


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gineanne16


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thank you..
another thing that i wanted to clear or to consult is about our travel allowance.. we are considered as field personnel but the company is not providing any travel allowance nor a service car for us.. is it ok? the major problem here is that we haven't sign any agreement or contract yet... they said that we are under observation for 3 months, after that, that's the time we'll have a contract signing. is this ok?

thank you so much!!

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do you mean that if you have to travel to a client, you have to pay for it yourself and you cannot reimburse?


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gineanne16


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yes sir.. we are entitled to SHOULDER our TRAVEL EXPENSES.. we are actually visiting gov't offices.. one time we had this event in Bicutan and Taguig, and i'm from Bulacan.. we have a service car but we can't use that because the service is just for the machines and for those officers whose actually being given allowances....

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attyLLL


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entitled? do you mean forced? and you cannot reimburse? keep a record of all your travel expenses and request for a reimbursement


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