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If you applied for a Philippines passport before without the aid of travel agencies, you probably know how long the queue could be at the old DFA office.
It saves time and keeps you away from enterprising fixers.
Basically, the but there are passport fees which are payable later.
Regular Processing: P950.00 (25 working days) Rush Processing: P1,200.00 (15 working days) Additional fee for lost passports that is still valid: P200.00 Delivery: P120 (optional) With the new system, it eliminates long queue because only applicants who have appointments can be admitted during the allotted time.
A fraction of at least 6 months shall be considered as one whole year. An employee terminated based on installation of labor-saving devices or redundancy is entitled to at least one-month salary or to at least one-month salary for every year of service, whichever is higher.
However, only the employee’s last continuous years of service should be considered in the computation (See Carandang vs. (See Article 283, Labor Code) For termination based on retrenchment to prevent losses and closure of business, the employee affected is entitled to at least one month salary or 1/2 month salary for every year of service, whichever is higher.
For readers who are not familiar or confused with this relatively new appointment system, continue reading.
Company practice may likewise be used as basis for computation, if such practice has been established for years and has already ripened into a demandable right.
In the absence of contract or agreement, or when the existing agreement or policy provides for a lower benefit, separation pay shall be computed based on the provision of the Labor Code.
(.) An employee terminated for health reasons (disease) under Article 284 should be paid separation pay equivalent to at least one-month salary or to at least one-month salary for every year of service, whichever is higher.
In case of illegal termination, separation pay has been consistently computed at one month salary for every year of service. It simply means that the employee is entitled whichever is higher of the employee’s: In the above example, the employee is entitled to P12,000, the higher amount.