Cases: Service Incentive Leave

These are the related Labor Law Cases or Jurisprudence.

1. Covered employees

a. Covered employees

1) Rank-and-file employees

Ramil v. Stoneleaf Inc.G.R. No. 222416, 17 June 2020[BACKGROUND]On June 7, 2009, [the employee] was hired as a Spa Supervisor and Massage Therapist at respondent’s establishment, Stoneleaf Spa and Wellness Center. Respondent Stoneleaf, Inc. (Stoneleaf) paid [the employee] a monthly salary of P10,000.00 and P100.00 per massage service rendered. [The employee] was also an incorporator/director in Stoneleaf’s Articles of Incorporation.In January 2010, [the employee] inquired about the payment of contributions for Social Security System (SSS), Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (Philhealth), and Pag-Ibig Fund [Pagtutulungan sa kinabukasan: Ikaw, Bangko, Industriya at Gobyerno Fund] (Pag-Ibig), which were necessary in processing the spa’s permit. She also questioned the deduction of 12% value-added tax from her commission. As a result, she got the ire of Stoneleaf President, respondent [J.P. De Guzman].On August 27, 2012, Stoneleaf’s receptionist/cashier, [J. Abarquez], was on official leave, and [the employee] took over her duties. In the afternoon of that day, a regular client came in for massage service. However, the service was not recorded in the computer as required by company procedure. After closing of business day, [the employee] reported to De Guzman through a short messaging system (SMS) that there were only three clients, when i...

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