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Working conditions

Working conditions refer to the environment and terms/conditions of employment. 1. Coverage The provisions of [herein] shall apply to employees (“covered employees”) in all establishments

Primer: Safe Spaces Act

Summary Gender-based sexual harassment in the workplace involve unwelcome sexual advances, requests or demand for sexual favors or any act of sexual nature. The offender

Primer: Anti-Sexual Harassment Act

Summary ▪ Sexual harassment may be committed in a work-related/employment environment or in an education/training environment. ▪ The offender may be one who has authority,


1. Concept As used in R.A. 11165, the term “telecommuting” refers to a work from an alternative workplace with the use of telecommunications and/or computer


Summary ▪ Broken-time schedule refers to one where the work schedule is not continuous but the work-hours within the day or week remain. ▪ The

Gliding or Flex-Time Schedule

Summary ▪ Gliding or flexi-time schedule refers to one where the employees are required to complete the core workhours in the establishment but are free


Summary ▪ Flexi-holidays schedule refers to one where the employees agree to avail the holidays at some other days provided there is no diminution of

Rotation of Workdays

Summary ▪ Rotation of Workdays refers to one where the normal workdays per week are reduced but should not last for more than six months.

Rotation of Workers

Summary ▪ Rotation of Workers refers to one where the employees are rotated or alternately provided work within the workweek. ▪ The employer shall notify

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Proposed Employees Rest Law

A bill seeking to prohibit employers from disturbing employees rest is a good measure. It may need some properly defined exceptions, though. Let’s discuss.

Premium Pay

Premium pay is an additional pay provided to a covered employee who renders work during non-work days, such as a rest day or a special non-working day.

Other Causes by DOLE

DOLE D.O. 147-15 recognizes “Other Causes” as grounds for employee termination under Rule I-A, viz: “Section 6. Other Causes of Termination. In addition to Section 4, the employer may also terminate an employee