When work is suspended because of a natural or man-made calamity, should employer pay employees for the man-days lost?
The state of calamity due to COVID-19 was extended for one year in the Philippines. Can employees still invoke the right to refuse work?
Period leaves for women became a debatable issue among leaders, some believed it’s a step towards inclusivity, others saw it as drawback.
DO 209 CAMP outlines how the Gov’t will help employees who were affected by the measures to contain COVID-19 in the Philippines
I’ve been receiving Qs since companies are now reopening. Can employee refuse work because of COVID-19? Can an employer sanction the employee?
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Department of Health (DOH) issued memorandum 56 to help companies mitigate the threat of COVID-19 or the 2019 Coronavirus
DOLE’s Advisory 6 s. 2020 mandates employers to release final pay in 30 days and COE in 3 days.
DOLE issues Advisory 04 series of 2020 to detail employers responsibility to prevent and control the spread of 2019-nCov ARD in the Philippines
Atlanta based Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) wants to scale up the conversation about diversity in the workplace, to include formerly incarcerated individuals.
In case you missed it, DOLE has issued Labor Advisory 02 s. 2020 for the payment of wages on Chinese new year, a special holiday in the Philippines.
Telecommuting, under RA 11165, in PH is now a law. Private companies are encouraged to make arrangements with employees to work in an alternative workspace.
Ending endo is akin to relationship status- it’s complicated.