General Labor Standards

General Labor Standards

Labor standards refer to legally-mandated benefits required to be given to the employees by the employer or, in some cases, by the Government. Summary ▪ Labor standards refer to legally-mandated benefits required to be given to the employees by the employer or, in some cases, by the Government. ▪ In order for a benefit to…

Cases: Premium Pay

Cases: Premium Pay

The following are the related or relevant Labor Law Cases or Jurisprudence on the topic. 1) Covered and excluded employees Peñaranda v. Bagana Plywood CorporationG.R. No. 159577, 03 May 2006[The complainant-employee] was a member of the managerial staff, which also takes him out of the coverage of labor standards. Like managerial employees, officers and members…

FAQ: Premium pay

FAQ: Premium pay

1. In General See: FAQ: Statutory Monetary Benefits. The above FAQ covers frequently asked questions with their answers (FAQ) involving statutory monetary benefits in terms of general application, i.e., the questions and answers apply to all forms of statutory monetary benefits, including this current benefit. Thus, the following questions and answers are specific only to…

Cases: Holiday pay

Cases: Holiday pay

1. Covered and excluded Clientlogic Philippines, Inc. v. Castro G.R. No. 186070, 11 April 2011 [RESOLUTION] [The employers] argue in the main that, as a team supervisor, [the employee] was a member of the managerial staff; hence, he is not entitled to overtime pay, rest day pay, holiday pay, and service incentive leave pay. x…

FAQ: Holiday pay

FAQ: Holiday pay

1. In General See: FAQ: Statutory Monetary Benefits. The above FAQ covers frequently asked questions with their answers (FAQ) involving statutory monetary benefits in terms of general application, i.e., the questions and answers apply to all forms of statutory monetary benefits, including this current benefit. Thus, the following questions and answers are specific only to…