Nicolas and De Vega Article on When do You Get your Final Pay When You Resign

When do You Get your Final Pay When You Resign?

This article discusses when you get your final pay when you resign. It discusses recent labor department issuances. Ultimately, you get your final pay within 30 days from resignation.

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On Bona Fide Occupational Qualification Can You Be Dismissed Based on Your Weight Nicolas and De Vega Law Offices Image

On Bona Fide Occupational Qualification: Can You Be Dismissed Based on Your Weight?

This article discusses if weight is a valid occupational requirement, and whether companies can impose certain qualifications employment requirements.

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Interesting Philippine Cases on Pregnancy Out of Wedlock Nicolas and De Vega Law Offices

Can an Employee be Dismissed due to Pregnancy Out of Wedlock?

This article answers the question “can an employee be dismissed due to pregnancy out of wedlock?” by providing three (3) cases decided by the Philippine Supreme Court.

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What Do You Get When You Resign?

This Article applies to voluntary employee resignation. It discusses what an employee who resigns will actually receive from the company upon resignation.

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How to Resign Properly in the Philippines

If an employee is unhappy with his work or would like to seek greener pastures, the normal recourse is to resign. In San Miguel Properties v. Gucaban (G.R. No. 153982, 18 July 2011), the Supreme Court had the occasion to define resignation as follows: “Resignation — the formal pronouncement or relinquishment of a position or […]

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Philippine Labor Law: Types of Employees

In any business venture, there are two resources which must be considered: capital and labor. Every businessman knows the saying “to make money, you have to spend money.” Every business entails a bit of risk-taking. The ability and the willingness to take certain calculated risks are almost always essential for every business venture to succeed. […]

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Employee Benefits under Philippine Laws

Listed below is a summary of the mandatory benefits and provisions for employees in the Philippines under the Labor Code and special laws: 1. Minimum wage = P537.00 per day (in NCR) as of 22 November 2018 2.  13th month pay (after 1 month of service) = 1/12 of the total basic salary earned by […]

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