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Founder, Labor Law PH
I believe in mentoring. I am a product of my mentors who have shared to me their wisdom, insights, experience, skills, and knowledge. I am thankful to them. As my little way of paying it forward, I share my knowledge, skills, and experience through this website.
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I also mentor those who want to improve and update their Labor Law knowledge and skills through our Memberships – where we provide weekly content to improve your labor law knowledge and skills, as well as via our in-depth Masterclass – where I teach Labor Law as how it is taught to law students in law schools.
From the founding of Labor Law PH in 2015, and 6 years in the running, I remain and continue to be thankful for our audience, supporters, and students. In 2021, and via Google Analytics, we reached record numbers of: 841,270 pageviews, 651,949 sessions, and 486,857 users.
Truly, thank you, thank you!
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The principal violates the rule against control whenever it involves, interferes, or insert itself in the management or administration of
There are cases when the employer is required to submit proof, there are cases when it is the employee. Let’s
May employees who have baseless complaints file a labor case? Let’s discuss.
What should be the content of a resignation letter? Do you need to include thank you and words of appreciation?
What if the employer asks for a 60-day resignation render but it is not in the employment contract? What if
At-will employment means that an employer can terminate the employment of an employee – at any time. Is this allowed
What if the pregnant woman employee herself asks that her maternity leave benefits are deferred or paid only after her
Mindsets and attitudes towards data privacy in the workplace are primarily driven by the culture of an organization on how
What is the difference between daily-paid and monthly-paid employees? Let’s discuss.
Is it okay to extend probationary employment even if there is a limit under the Labor Code? Let’s discuss.
What is Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHS) Compliance? Let’s discuss.
What is DOLE regularization and why it matters? Let’s discuss.
The employee was a radio broadcaster and production manager hired by the employer, a radio broadcasting company, for its radio
The employee – a College Dean – initiated a constructive dismissal case after she refused to be transferred from her
The employee – a Lawyer hired as an Assistant Vice-President and Head of the Pensions Department – filed a case
The employee was hired as a medical representative and then became a product manager of the employer, a pharmaceutical company.
With the rising prices of gas and the still ongoing pandemic, there is clamor from many sectors for the adoption
1. Concept and effects of tendering a resignation letter Philippine National Construction Corporation v. NLRC, PNCC Toll Operations Employees and
1. Due process despite crime Commission of a crime does not do away with due process. When an employee physically
1. Concept The crime or offense should be against the person. Simply stated, crimes against the person presupposes bodily harm
1. Confidential employees In Cruz v. Citytrust Banking Corporation, the confidential employee – a Micro Technical Support Officer – was
1. Concept Loss of confidence applies to specific employees only. The ground of loss of confidence refers to “a condition
1. Conviction of a crime In Concepcion v. Minex Import Corporation, the rule was reiterated that conviction was not required
1. Concept Fraud is deceit. The commission of fraudrefers to “any act, omission, or concealment which involves a breach of
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