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Salary Increase base sa labor code
« on: June 23, 2012, 04:42:42 PM »
Tanong ko lang, Paano ba ung salary increase sa mga empleyado. May sinasabi ba sa Labor Code na dapat may  yearly increase ang manggagawa? Ano ba nakasaad sa Institution?


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Salary Increase base sa labor code
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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2012, 04:43:54 PM »
As far as salary is concerned, ang yearly salary increase po, depende yan sa usapan ninyo nang inyong employer, kung walang usapang, dapat magbayad lang ang employer nang minimum wage, pero di sya obligado magbigay nang yearly salary increase, as long as within the minimum wage ang sweldo niyo... ang medyo malungkot pa nito, kung less than 10 pa, maari pang kahit below the minimun wage, PERO DAPAT APPROVED UN NANG REGIONAL TRIPARTITE WAGE PRODUCTIVITY BOARD.


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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2012, 04:48:55 PM »
kung ikaw ay empleyado nang pribadong kompanya or tao at pasok kayo sa definition nang "Employer-Employee Relationship", ibig sabihin ang iyong employer ay obligadong ibigay sayo ang mga benefits na naayon sa Labor Code of the Philippines. Yun nga lang, huwag mong gawin basihan ang benefits na nakukuha nang mga empleyado nang ibang kompanya, dahil kahit na mas mataas ang kanilang benefits kumpara sa nakukuha mo sa employer mo, maaring pasok pa rin ang mga benefits mo sa labor code, dahil sa ang minimun benefits ay kung ano lang ang nasusulat sa LABOR STANDARDS.

Ang Labor Standards ay isang bahagi nang Labor Code kung saan nasusulat ang mga minimum mandatory benefits na dapat ibigay nang employer sa kanyang employee. Ang mga sumusunod ay ilan sa mga mandatory benefits na dapat maibigay sa mga employee:

(1) Minimum Monetary Wage
(2) 8 Hours a day (plus 1 hour break)
            - Overtime Pay
            - Night Differential Pay
(3) 1 day a week rest day
           -Holiday Pay
           - Rest day Pay
(4) Service Incentive Leave convertible to cash
(5) Maternity / Paternity Leave
(6) Service Charge Share
(7) Health and Safety Standards
(8 ) At iba pang benefits na nasusulat sa Book III at IV nang Labor Code of the Philippines. (maaring makita ang complete text nang Labor Code of the Philippines sa website nang Department of Labor and Employement, www.dole.gov.ph)

Sa kalahatan, ang lahat ng mga compensation / benefits na naayon sa Labor Standards ay obligadong ibigay sa inyo nang inyong employer, labag man ito sa kanilang kalooban, at hindi rin puwedeng sabihin nang employer ninyo na ayos lang sa inyo ang mas mababang benepisyo, kahit na may pumirma pa kayo para sa mas mababang benepisyo. PERO kung naibibigay naman lahat nang benefits ayon sa Labor Standard, yung nga lang kulang ito para sa mga pangangailangan ninyo o  mas maliit ito kumpara ibang kumpanya, ang maari ninyong gawin ay maki-pag-negotiate sa inyong employer, yun nga lang, dapat parehas na kayo na mag-agree sa pag-taas nang benefits.

Para naman sa mga empleyado nang gobyerno, ang minimum compensation / benefits ninyo ay nakasulat sa mga Civil Service Laws, yun nga lang kung gusto ninyo nang pag-taas, hindi kayo puwede makipag-negotiate sa head nang agency, ang dapat ninyong gawin ay makipag-usap sa kongreso or sa Pangulo nang Pilipinas.

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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2012, 04:56:18 PM »
Parang wala yatang nakalagay about salary increase sa labor code? Meron nga ba?

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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2012, 04:58:04 PM »
Parang wala yatang nakalagay about salary increase sa labor code? Meron nga ba?

Eto po yung Labor Code of the Philippines


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Labor Code of the Philippines
PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 442, AS AMENDED
A DECREE INSTITUTING A LABOR CODE THEREBY REVISING AND CONSOLIDATING LABOR AND SOCIAL LAWS TO AFFORD PROTECTION TO LABOR, PROMOTE EMPLOYMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND INSURE INDUSTRIAL PEACE BASED ON SOCIAL JUSTICE

PRELIMINARY TITLE

Chapter I
GENERAL PROVISIONS

Art. 1. Name of Decree. This Decree shall be known as the "Labor Code of the Philippines".

Art. 2. Date of effectivity. This Code shall take effect six (6) months after its promulgation.

Art. 3. Declaration of basic policy. The State shall afford protection to labor, promote full employment, ensure equal work opportunities regardless of , race or creed and regulate the relations between workers and employers. The State shall assure the rights of workers to self-organization, collective bargaining, security of tenure, and just and humane conditions of work.

Art. 4. Construction in favor of labor. All doubts in the implementation and interpretation of the provisions of this Code, including its implementing rules and regulations, shall be resolved in favor of labor.

Art. 5. Rules and regulations. The Department of Labor and other government agencies charged with the administration and enforcement of this Code or any of its parts shall promulgate the necessary implementing rules and regulations. Such rules and regulations shall become effective fifteen (15) days after announcement of their adoption in newspapers of general circulation.

Art. 6. Applicability. All rights and benefits granted to workers under this Code shall, except as may otherwise be provided herein, apply alike to all workers, whether agricultural or non-agricultural. (As amended by Presidential Decree No. 570-A, November 1, 1974)

Chapter II
EMANCIPATION OF TENANTS

Art. 7. Statement of objectives. Inasmuch as the old concept of land ownership by a few has spawned valid and legitimate grievances that gave rise to violent conflict and social tension and the redress of such legitimate grievances being one of the fundamental objectives of the New Society, it has become imperative to start reformation with the emancipation of the tiller of the soil from his bondage.

Art. 8. Transfer of lands to tenant-workers. Being a vital part of the labor force, tenant-farmers on private agricultural lands primarily devoted to rice and corn under a system of share crop or lease tenancy whether classified as landed estate or not shall be deemed owner of a portion constituting a family-size farm of five (5) hectares, if not irrigated and three (3) hectares, if irrigated.

In all cases, the land owner may retain an area of not more than seven (7) hectares if such landowner is cultivating such area or will now cultivate it.

Art. 9. Determination of land value. For the purpose of determining the cost of the land to be transferred to the tenant-farmer, the value of the land shall be equivalent to two and one-half (2-1/2) times the average harvest of three (3) normal crop years immediately preceding the promulgation of Presidential Decree No. 27 on October 21, 1972.

The total cost of the land, including interest at the rate of six percent (6%) per annum, shall be paid by the tenant in fifteen (15) years of fifteen (15) equal annual amortizations.

In case of default, the amortization due shall be paid by the farmers' cooperative in which the defaulting tenant-farmer is a member, with the cooperative having a right of recourse against him.

The government shall guarantee such amortizations with shares of stock in government-owned and government-controlled corporations.

Art. 10. Conditions of ownership. No title to the land acquired by the tenant-farmer under Presidential Decree No. 27 shall be actually issued to him unless and until he has become a full-fledged member of a duly recognized farmers' cooperative.

Title to the land acquired pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 27 or the Land Reform Program of the Government shall not be transferable except by hereditary succession or to the Government in accordance with the provisions of Presidential Decree No. 27, the Code of Agrarian Reforms and other existing laws and regulations.

Art. 11. Implementing agency. The Department of Agrarian Reform shall promulgate the necessary rules and regulations to implement the provisions of this Chapter.

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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
« Reply #5 on: April 05, 2017, 09:25:25 AM »
how about contractualization? ano ba nakasaad about contractualization? Entitled ba sa increase ang mga contractor?

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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
« Reply #6 on: April 05, 2017, 09:26:13 AM »
Taxable po ba ang Yearly Bonus?

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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
« Reply #7 on: April 18, 2017, 08:49:34 AM »
@mothertouch, dapat hindi taxable ang yearlybonus.

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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
« Reply #8 on: May 07, 2017, 06:46:06 AM »
@mothertouch, dapat hindi taxable ang yearlybonus.

How about mid year bonus? dapat ganun din?

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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
« Reply #9 on: June 06, 2017, 10:49:21 AM »
dapat wala ng tax ang midyear at annual bonus. kasi ang dami dami na natin gbinabayaran diba?

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Re: Salary Increase base sa labor code
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