Did you know?

To the people who are counting the exact date when the 6th month is due when it’s time to ask people back to report from their floating status:

180th day

The Supreme Court recognizes the use of 180 days when computing for 6 months. Just be careful you don’t exceed on this date.

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5 thoughts on “Did you know?

  1. Ms. Tina thank you po sa mga advice mo.,nakakatulong po ng malaki sa akin ang mga kaalamang ito., Ang tanong ko po., Paano po yong mga empleyado na wala man lang po kahit ano na abiso ang aming employer. Hindi po namin alam ang totoo naming status sa Company.. Hindi din po kami nakakuha ng ayuda sa Company.,sa hindi nmin alam na dahilan.,kung bakit hindi po kami na aaproved ng Dole at SBWS.. Sana po ay mabigyan niyo po ng linaw at sagot ang aking mga katanungan..

    1. Wait for the 6th Month of Floating. Then ask your company for separation pay.

      Unless you are a Contractual Employee and you fell to end of contract. Hope this helps!

  2. Miss Tina, kasama po ba sa bilang ng 6months ung 2months na ECQ mula March 17 to May 15? May 16 po kasi nagstart operation ng company..

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