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Please Stop Using the 'Going In A Different Direction' Pretext to Fire People: An Open Letter To Anybody's Boss

Dear Anybody’s Boss,

Please do not ever again fire or otherwise deny someone employment under the tired old pretext of “going in a different direction with this role” (or any of its cousins, e.g. 193 more words


You Just Got Me Fired For Being Autistic Again! -- Another Open Letter to a Man Who Raped Me

Hi Fritz,

Well, congratulations, your evil plot to destroy me for being autistic is working. Remember that dream job I found miraculously last October?[1] 1,369 more words

Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Labor Laws: Illegal Dismissal, Procedural Due Process, and Twin-Notice Rule

In the case of Erector Advertising Sign Group, Inc. and Amoroto vs. NLRC (G.R. No. 167218, July 2, 2010), the Supreme Court reiterated the basic requirements for the legality of an employee’s dismissal, to wit: 369 more words

Lectures And Notes

Industrial Timber Corporation v. Ababon (G.R. No. 164518)


Petitioner Industrial Timber Corporation (ITC) was leased a plywood plant located at Butuan City for a period of 5 years by Industrial Plywood Group Corporation (IPGC). 705 more words

Case Digests

Eurotech Hair Systems v. Go (G.R. No. 160913)


Respondent Antonio Go was the operations manager of Eurotech Hair Systems, a domestic corporation engaged in the manufacture and export of wigs and toupees, and was responsible for the manpower planning to meet the company’s monthly production targets. 439 more words

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Cornista-Domingo v. NLRC (G.R. No. 156761)


Philippine Veterans Bank was placed under receivership and as a consequence, adopted a retrenchment and reorganization program. The Union (Philippine Veterans Bank Employees Union) challenged the legality of this program before the SC, and while the case is pending, the Monetary Board ordered the liquidation of the Bank. 641 more words

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Lone union in call center protests illegal dismissal and union harassment

The Unified Employees of Alorica (UEA), the lone union in the BPO industry, together with the BPO Industry Employees Network (BIEN) held a picket protest in front of the Alorica site in Exportbank in Makati City to expose and oppose the ongoing illegal dismissal, discrimination and efforts at union busting done by the Alorica management. 429 more words

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