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Digest: Inocente v. St. Vincent Foundation for Children and Aging, Inc. (2016)

Inocente v. St. Vincent Foundation for Children and Aging, Inc.G.R. No. 202621, 22 June 2016

[The employer] St. Vincent Foundation for Children and Aging, Inc., is a non-stock, non-profit foundation engaged in providing assistance to children and aging people and conducting weekly social and educational activities among them. It is financially supported by the Kansas based Catholic Foundation for Children and Aging (CFCA), a Catholic foundation dedicated to promoting Christian values and uplifting the welfare of the children all over the world. Respondent [Ms.] Menguito is St. Vincent’s President/Directress (collectively, they shall be referred to as respondents).

In 2000, St. Vincent hired Zaida as Program Assistant; it promoted her as Program Officer the following year. Zaida, then single... Zaida’s duties as program officer included the following: monitoring and supervising the implementation of the programs of the foundation, providing training to the staff and sponsored members, formulating and developing program policies for the foundation, facilitating staff meetings, coordinating and establishing linkages with other resource agencies and persons, as well as preparing St. Vincent’s annual program plan and budget, and year-end reports.

In 2001, Zaida met Marlon… Marlon was then assigned at St. Vincent’s Bataan sub-project. In 2002, Marlon was transferred to St. Vincent’s sub-project in Quezon City. Zaida and Marlon became close and soon became romantically...

 



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