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hapimomi

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Re: Kasambahay Bill
« Reply #60 on: September 03, 2013, 11:58:28 am »

when do we start paying for the benefits of our kasambahay (ie. SSS, philhealth,pagibig) is it immediately upon hiring or will i wait for months before i pay for her benefits? i mean, di ko kasi alam kung magtatagal sya if i pay for her benefits agad agad, what if 3mos lang sya? pls someone enlighten me po.thanks
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Re: Kasambahay Bill
« Reply #61 on: September 05, 2013, 12:41:08 am »

when do we start paying for the benefits of our kasambahay (ie. SSS, philhealth,pagibig) is it immediately upon hiring or will i wait for months before i pay for her benefits? i mean, di ko kasi alam kung magtatagal sya if i pay for her benefits agad agad, what if 3mos lang sya? pls someone enlighten me po.thanks

as far as i know after a month po.
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Re: Kasambahay Bill
« Reply #62 on: September 05, 2013, 11:44:06 am »

ganon ba, thanks Bry♥Shey for the reply

We talked to our kasambahay, we gave her 500 increase after her 6th month (3500 na salary niya ngayon) instead of paying for her benefits, sabi kasi ng hubby ko pag tumagal sya ng 1 yr saka na lang sya ikukuha ng SSS and other benefits, sa ngaun kasi we dont know kung magtatagal sya ng 1 yr sa min bec may family sya sa province at madalas umuuwi sya dun pag may mga emergencies like baha sa kanila or may sakit un anak, mas need niya un increase kesa SSS for now. Ok naman sa kasambahay namin un ganon ng tinanong ko sya pero worried pa rin me kasi baka magreklamo pa sya pag meron magsulsol sa kanya. Mag 1 yr sya sana sa January 2014, ilang months na lang naman ang hihintayin niya kung sakali.
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Re: Kasambahay Bill
« Reply #63 on: October 29, 2017, 08:06:01 pm »

Yung maid namin, 6 years na samin, 6 years na rin akong napupuno, pinalayas ko na. Aba nagdedemand ng separation pay. Kasama ba yon sa kasambahay bill?
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Re: Kasambahay Bill
« Reply #64 on: November 03, 2017, 12:48:21 pm »

Yung maid namin, 6 years na samin, 6 years na rin akong napupuno, pinalayas ko na. Aba nagdedemand ng separation pay. Kasama ba yon sa kasambahay bill?

ito: http://www.manilatimes.net/kasambahay-entitled-separation-pay/132530/

Insofar as separation pay is concerned, a househelper is not entitled to receive such benefit if he or she was terminated on any of the causes enumerated under Section 34 of RA 10361, for the very reason that the law does not afford them such benefit. These causes are as follows: (a) Misconduct or willful disobedience by the domestic worker of the lawful order of the employer in connection with the former’s work; (b) Gross or habitual neglect or inefficiency by the domestic worker in the performance of duties; (c) Fraud or willful breach of the trust reposed by the employer on the domestic worker; (d) Commission of a crime or offense by the domestic worker against the person of the employer or any immediate member of the employer’s family; (e) Violation by the domestic worker of the terms and conditions of the employment contract and other standards set forth under this law; (f) Any disease prejudicial to the health of the domestic worker, the employer, or member/s of the household; and (g) Other causes analogous to the foregoing. In the same manner, a househelper will not be afforded any separation pay if he or she resignes or initiates the termination of the employment contract, unless such benefit is expressly provided for under his or her employment contract.

On the other hand, a kasambahay is entitled to such compensation, which he or she has already earned plus the equivalent of fifteen (15) days work, by way of indemnity, if he or she has been unjustly dismissed from employment. But it bears stressing that any unpaid salary due him or her not exceeding the equivalent fifteen (15) days work will be forfeited if the kasambahay leaves his or her employment without justifiable reason. In addition thereto, the employer may recover from the kasambahay the costs that he has incurred as deployment expenses, if any, if the service has been terminated within six (6) months from employment (Section 32, RA 10361).
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