13th Month Pay in the Philippines

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The 13th Month Pay Law Presidential Decree No. 851 issued on December 16, 1975 requires all employers to pay their employees a 13th month wage. What is 13th month pay? All employers are required to pay their rank-and-file employees thirteenth-month pay, regardless of the nature of their employment and irrespective of the methods by which … Read more

Philippines Compensation and Benefits

The Labor Code of the Philippines, otherwise known as Presidential Decree No. 442, governs all employee-employer relations, their rights, and obligations. Payroll, Salary Compensation, and Benefits in the Philippines as provided under the Labor Code of the Philippines and other relevant laws Wage and Wage-Related Benefits Overview – At least the minimum wage per region … Read more

Employee Resignation Letter

The Labor Code of the Philippines mandates a 30 day notice period to the employer. ART. 300. [285] Termination by Employee. – (a) An employee may terminate without just cause the employee-employer relationship by serving a written notice on the employer at least one (1) month in advance. The employer upon whom no such notice … Read more