The employee – a Lawyer hired as an Assistant Vice-President and Head of the Pensions Department – filed a case for constructive dismissal after experiencing varying degrees of difficulties and discrimination in the company. In response, the employer claimed that the employee refused to be transferred and re-assigned as the Assistant Vice-President of the Legal Department.
Labor Law Case: The Philippine American Life and General Insurance Co. v. Gramaje, G.R. No. 156963, 11 November 2004
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