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Authorized Causes | Members Only

Authorized cause refer to “those instances enumerated under Articles 298 [Closure of Establishment and Reduction of Personnel] and 299 [Disease

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Cases on: Fraud

1. Conviction of a crime In Concepcion v. Minex Import Corporation, the rule was reiterated that conviction was not required

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Cases on: Loss of Confidence

1. Confidential employees In Cruz v. Citytrust Banking Corporation, the confidential employee – a Micro Technical Support Officer – was

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Cases on: Resignation

1. Concept and effects of tendering a resignation letter Philippine National Construction Corporation v. NLRC, PNCC Toll Operations Employees and

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Cases on: Willful disobedience

1. Transfer of employees Transfer of employees is a management prerogative. Running a business is filled with difficulties and challenges,

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Commission of a Crime

1. Concept The crime or offense should be against the person. Simply stated, crimes against the person presupposes bodily harm

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Disease | Members Only

Disease – refers to medical conditions that comply with the standards below. DOLE D.O. 147-15 provides for the standards to

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Fraud

1. Concept Fraud is deceit. The commission of fraudrefers to “any act, omission, or concealment which involves a breach of

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