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The 1-2-3-4 of a Four-Day Work Week in the Philippines

Every employee needs a break every now and then due to the stress and pressure encountered every day at the office. There are times where we just want an additional day off to keep us efficient and productive at work. With the new house bill being passed, would the additional hours of work be more beneficial for employees in order to have a longer weekend? 4 days + 4 hours The current labor code requires a maximum of 6-days of work [...]

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Heads Up Tax Payers, The TRAIN is Coming

As per the table of tax comparisons in Asia, Philippines is tied with India for having the highest tax rate based on taxable profit at 30%. Kånken Rucksäcke This fuels the argument that the “poor becomes poorer, and the rich becomes ultra-rich.” This is why currently, the majority of consumers – who are taxpayers at the same time – find it hard to strike a balance between budget and expenses. bns gold However, this inequity is expected [...]

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Age Doesn’t Matter According to this Law

Age discrimination is one of the reasons why employment is difficult to find in the Philippines. In some cases, aging employees are denied of promotions or even forced to take early retirement. Christian Louboutin Pas Cher Biased companies require applicants to put their exact age before considering their application to be qualified. ffxiv gold bottes timberland Now, it’s time that we end this practice. Here some things you need to know about Republic Act No. adidas [...]

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How To Deal With Employee Confidentiality Breaches

As an HR professional, keeping personal and company information confidential is extremely important. ugg bottes Nike Roshe Run soldes Committing confidentiality breaches can compromise your company in two ways: It can destroy business relationships. Revealing confidential information opens you up to lawsuits. Not only that, it also destroys the company’s reputation in the marketplace and the industry. It can lead to criminal acts. When the information falls into the wrong hands, it can lead to discrimination, fraud, theft, and [...]

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The Most Important Employee Rights at the Workplace

Ruby works at one of the many call centers in Metro Manila. Her monthly salary is 7,500 pesos or 288.46 pesos per day for every 26 working days. adidas messi Her fellow office worker Daryl gets 8,000 pesos a month. Compared to what he receives, Ruby’s salary is not much to provide for her three children’s needs. nike air max 1 Both might not know that the daily minimum wage in Metro Manila is actually 481 pesos. Also, Ruby [...]

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