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Three Basic Labor Law Principles in an Illegal Dismissal Case

A constructive discharge is “quitting because continued employment is rendered impossible, unreasonable or unlikely, as, an offer involving a demotion in rank and a diminution in pay.” 464 more words

Opinions

UNFAIR AND UNREASONABLE ANTI-DRUGS POLICY OF CORPORATION

While the adoption and enforcement by petitioner corporation of its Anti–Drugs Policy is recognized as a valid exercise of its management prerogative as an employer, such exercise is not absolute and unbridled. 1,583 more words

Administrative Law

HEART PREVAILS OVER REASON IN ILLEGAL DISMISSAL CASE?

Citing its upright intention to preserve the respect of the community toward the teachers and to strengthen the educational system, private respondent submits that petitioner’s actuations as a teacher constitute serious misconduct, if not an immoral act, a breach of trust and confidence reposed upon her and, thus, a valid and just ground to terminate her services. 1,271 more words

Labor Law