Wednesday, February 24, 2016

END OF SERVICE BENEFITS OR END OF SERVICE GRATUITY FOR WORKERS IN UAE

Sa mga taga UAE, hindi daw ibibigay sa inyo o hindi niyo makukuha ang inyong End of Service Gratuity or End of Service Benefits kung may paglabag sa mga ito:

No ESG will be given on the following grounds, according to the law firm Clyde & Co:
• Termination during probation or on its expiry.
• If the worker has adopted a false identity or nationality or submitted forged certificates or documents.
• If a worker makes a mistake causing substantial material loss to the employer provided the employer notifies the relevant labour department within 48 hours of the accident.
• If the worker disobeys instructions regarding industrial safety or the safety of the workplace provided the instructions have been issued in writing and are posted conspicuously in the workplace in a language accessible to the employee or explained to him orally.
• If the worker does not perform his basic duties under the contract and persists in violating these despite being investigated and receiving a written warning notifying him of termination in the event of repeat offences.
• If the worker reveals his employer’s trade or business secrets or confidential information.
• If the worker is finally sentenced by a competent court for an offence involving honour, honesty or public morals.
• If the worker is drunk or under the influence of an illegal drug during work.
• If while working the worker assaults the employer or his manager or a colleague.
• If the worker is absent from work without a valid reason for more than 20 non-consecutive days or more than 7 consecutive days.

HOW TO COMPUTE END OF SERVICE BENEFITS AWARD or END OF SERVICE GRATUITY FOR WORKERS IN DUBAI OR United Arab Emirates of UAE as per the UAE Ministry of Labour

A. Remuneration for the purposes of this benefit is the remuneration payable on termination of employment excluding all allowances and benefits in kind but including commission if this is an integral element of remuneration.


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A. Remuneration for the purposes of this benefit is the remuneration payable on termination of employment excluding all allowances and benefits in kind but including commission if this is an integral element of remuneration.



WORKING AT THE COMPANY FOR (1) ONE YEAR TO 3 YEARS

The employee will receive 1/3 or 33% of his one month latest salary every year of service EXCLUDING ALLOWANCES.

WORKING AT THE COMPANY FOR (3) THREE YEARS TO 5 YEARS

The employee will receive 2/3 or 66% of his one month latest salary every year of service EXCLUDING ALLOWANCES.

WORKING AT THE COMPANY FOR (5) FIVE YEARS TO 9 YEARS

The employee will receive 21 days pay of his latest salary every year of service to the company EXCLUDING ALLOWANCES.

WORKING AT THE COMPANY FOR (10) TEN YEARS or MORE 

The employee will receive 30 days pay of his latest salary every year of service to the company EXCLUDING ALLOWANCES.

WORKING AT THE COMPANY FOR (26) YEARS 
The employee will receive 2 months pay of his latest salary every year of service to the company EXCLUDING ALLOWANCES.
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HOW TO COMPUTE END OF SERVICE BENEFITS AWARD or END OF SERVICE GRATUITY FOR WORKERS IN DUBAI OR United Arab Emirates of UAE as per the UAE Ministry of Labour
- See more at: http://www.jbsolis.com/2016/02/how-to-compute-end-of-service-benefits-uae.html#sthash.c9NWBHNl.dpuf
HOW TO COMPUTE END OF SERVICE BENEFITS AWARD or END OF SERVICE GRATUITY FOR WORKERS IN DUBAI OR United Arab Emirates of UAE as per the UAE Ministry of Labour - See more at: http://www.jbsolis.com/2016/02/how-to-compute-end-of-service-benefits-uae.html#sthash.c9NWBHNl.dpuf
HOW TO COMPUTE END OF SERVICE BENEFITS AWARD or END OF SERVICE GRATUITY FOR WORKERS IN DUBAI OR United Arab Emirates of UAE as per the UAE Ministry of Labour - See more at: http://www.jbsolis.com/2016/02/how-to-compute-end-of-service-benefits-uae.html#sthash.c9NWBHNl.dpuf

KILALA N'YO PALA, BA'T AYAW N'YONG HULIHIN?

MAG ISIP NA TAYO PILIPINAS . . .

Monday, February 22, 2016

Syria's war : inside and outside of Syria's borders

SA MGA KABABAYAN NATIN NA MALAPIT SA KAGULUHAN NG GITNANG SILANGAN, MAG INGAT PO AT NAWAY GABAYAN TAYO NG PANGINOON...

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

KUNG HINDI SI DUTERTE AT MARCOS, SINO?

Duterte taps kin of drug syndicate victims in antidrug drive
Presidential aspirant and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has assigned relatives of drug syndicate victims from Bicol to spearhead his advocacy against drugs and crime in the country, the Federalismo Alyansa ng Bicol said on Tuesday.
Duterte has designated Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption chair Dante Jimenez and former undersecretary for Bicol affairs and Masbate Vice Gov. Mario Espinosa “to spearhead his activisms” while he is campaigning for the upcoming national elections.
Jimenez and Espinosa both belong to families with members who have been killed by drug syndicates.


Jimenez and Espinosa welcomed their assignments, saying Duterte was the right kind of leader who could wage an effective campaign against drugs.
“The reason why I embrace the antidrugs advocacy is the fact that the spread of this menace should be stopped by all means; now that we have found a leader who has put at stake his reputation and life for this cause, I believe that we Filipinos should rally behind what Mayor Duterte has started,” Espinosa said.
“The only way to fight these problems on drugs, crime and corruption is by having a leader who can sustain a no-nonsense campaign against these criminal elements ruining not only the well-being of our people but the future of our country, as well,” Jimenez added.
Duterte and his running mate Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano previously vowed to wipe out drugs and crime in their first six months in office if ever elected in the upcoming polls.

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Bongbong Marcos backs death penalty for drug trafficking

MANILA — While Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. believes that there is no quick fix to the country’s drug problems, he is supporting the death penalty for those involved in the illegal drug trade.
Marcos pointed out on Tuesday that solving the country’s drug problem has become complex, adding that it should be seen, not only as a police problem but as a societal problem as well.
The vice presidential hopeful, who led the oath-taking of at least 1,000 members of the We Parents organization in Pasig City, said the different sectors of society, organized in groups like the “We Parents,” should come together to help solve one of the country’s biggest problems.

“We need all sectors of society to come together, starting from the parents. [We should focus our efforts in] the values formation of the children and strengthening the Filipino family. I think the solution lies in a strong family that the child can depend on,” Marcos said.
During his speech at Barangay Maybunga’s covered court, Marcos said that “92 percent of barangays in Metro Manila have been affected by the illegal drug problem.”
“This is alarming not only because of the crime related to it but also because [drug dealers] want to prey on our children, who are our country’s future… If they will prey on our children, it’s like they’re destroying our future,” Marcos told residents of the city that was once in the limelight because of its “shabu tiangge.”
Marcos said the negative effects illegal drugs have brought to society have convinced him to support the death penalty for the traffickers.
“Because of the scale of damage they inflict [to society], I think they deserve the death penalty,” he said.