Sagun v. ANZ Global Services and Operations (Manila), Inc. (2016)

Sagun v. ANZ Global Services and Operations (Manila), Inc. (2016)

Sagun v. ANZ Global Services and Operations (Manila), Inc., G.R. No. 220399, August 22, 2016, Perlas-Bernabe, J.: 1. Background • [The employee] was employed at Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Electronic Data Processing (Philippines), Inc. (HSBC-EDPI) when he applied online for the position of Payments and Cash Processing Lead at respondent ANZ Global Services and…

Abasolo v. NLRC (2000)

Abasolo v. NLRC (2000)

CASE DETAILSCase Title                          Abasolo v. NLRCCitationG.R. No. 119475, November 29, 2000Penned byDe Leon, Jr., J. 1. Background • [The Company] La Union Tobacco Redrying Corporation (LUTORCO), which is owned by private respondent See Lin Chan, is engaged in the business of buying, selling, redrying and processing of tobacco leaves and its by-products. Tobacco season starts…

Inocentes v. R. Syuco Construction, Inc. (2019)

Inocentes v. R. Syuco Construction, Inc. (2019)

Inocentes v. R. Syuco Construction, Inc., G.R. No. 237020, July 29, 2019, Inting, J.: 1. Background • [The Complainants were hired as construction workers.] • [The Company is engaged in the business of construction.] a. Complainants’ position • [The Complainants] claimed that [the Company], a construction corporation, employed them as construction workers with shifts from…

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation v. Chrysler Philippines Labor Union (2004)

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation v. Chrysler Philippines Labor Union (2004)

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation v. Chrysler Philippines Labor Union, G.R. No. 148738, June 29, 2004, Callejo, Sr., J.: 1. Background • [The Company] Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is a domestic corporation engaged in the assembly and distribution of Mitsubishi motor vehicles. • Chrysler Philippines Labor Union (CPLU) is a legitimate labor organization and the…

University of Santo Tomas (UST) v. Samahang Manggagawa ng UST (2017)

University of Santo Tomas (UST) v. Samahang Manggagawa ng UST (2017)

University of Santo Tomas (UST) v. Samahang Manggagawa ng UST, G.R. No. 184262, April 24, 2017, Perlas-Bernabe, J.: 1. Background • [The Complainants – represented by their union – were engaged to perform various maintenance duties within its campus, i.e., as laborer, mason, tinsmith, painter, electrician, welder, carpenter.] • [The Company was a university engaged…

Constructive Dismissal

Constructive Dismissal

Summary ▪ Constructive dismissal refers to a quitting because continued employment is rendered impossible, unreasonable or unlikely; as, an offer involving a demotion in rank and a diminution in pay. ▪ Constructive dismissal is a form of illegal dismissal. 1. Concept “Constructive dismissal” – refers to “[a] quitting because continued employment is rendered impossible, unreasonable…

Agabon Doctrine

Agabon Doctrine

1. Concept “Agabon doctrine” – refers to jurisprudential rule that the dismissal of employees for just causes or authorized causes but without observance of procedural due process will be upheld subject to the employer being liable for nominal damages. (See: Agabon v. NLRC, En Banc, G.R. No. 158693, 17 November 2004) Otherwise stated, so long…