COMPANY POLICY DIRECTING EMPLOYEES TO TAKE DOWN THEIR EMPLOYMENT AFFILIATION ON SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS - IS IT VALID? This is a challenging inquiry. LLQ refers to Labor Law Questions, a series in this blog. When resolving labor law issues, this is the framework to use: 1) Management Prerogative; and 2) Labor Law. 1. Management Prerogative … Continue reading LLQ: May an employer prohibit employees from showing their employment affiliation online?
INSTILL DISCIPLINE, LEADERSHIP, AND NATIONHOOD. In case our Congress is in need of ideas for a bill that could be passed into a law, the following is proposed. Summary No exams and grading up to 4th Grade in Basic Education. Policy Improve youth education and development Instill discipline, leadership, and nationhood Framework Basic education up … Continue reading Law Idea: No exams and grading up to 4th Grade in Basic Education
PHILIPPINE MATERNITY LEAVE HAS NO CAP. Reading into Republic Act No. 11210 or the 105-Day Expanded Maternity Leave Law, it was interesting (and somewhat surprising) to note that limit on maternity leave use to the first four pregnancies have been removed. Yes, maternity leave may be used for every pregnancy. The following are the key … Continue reading 105-Day Expanded Maternity Leave Law (RA 11210)
PHILIPPINE ESPORTS IS HERE. There is no going back. eSports has arrived. It has set-up shop in the Philippines who have world-class and talented gamers dominating the international arena. Globe Telecom's entry into the eSports business through a partnership with globally-renowned group Mineski is further proof that eSports is about to level up further. With … Continue reading eSports Law and its Compliance System
IT IS NOW A DEPARTMENT ACCREDITATION CENTER The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has mandated and so ordered that the following suppliers of goods or services should be accredited by it: Contractors and Subcontractors under DOLE Department Order No. 174, Series of 2018 Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) OSH Consultant