Training: Labor Law for Business Protection
DATE: March 24,2020 | April 24,2020 | May 21,2020 | June 24,2020 | July 24,2020 | August 26,2020 | September 21,2020 | October 29,2020 | November 23,2020 | December 15,2020
DURATION: 9 am to 4 pm
VENUE: 3rd Floor Poweraire Bldg. 1320 Filmore Street Cor. Gil Puyat Brgy Palanan Makati City
SPEAKER: ATTY. MAJELLA THERESA LEVISTE GALLEVO-BAMBO B.S., M.B.A., J.D., R.E.B., I.C., N.P.
ATTY. MAJELLA THERESA LEVISTE GALLEVO-BAMBO B.S., M.B.A., J.D., R.E.B., I.C., N.P.
“Maje” is a lawyer by profession. She is a member of Integrated Bar of the Philippines, Batangas Chapter. She obtained her Juris Doctor (JD) and Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree as a Dean’s Lister from Far Eastern University De La Salle University and as part of the pioneer batch of the said Dual Degree Program. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Economics, Major in Development Economics degree in the University of the Philippines Los Baños, graduating as Cum Laude and in the top 5% of the graduating batch of UPLB, paving her way to be a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, an international honor society recognizing only the top students. During high school, Maje was a Rotary Exchange student to Canada, where she graduated from with Highest Honors.
She has been part of and was connected with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Siguion Reyna Montecillo & Onsgiako Law Offices, the law office of then-Vice President Noli De Castro – Andres Marcelo Padernal Guerrero & Paras Law Offices, Globe Telecom, Inc., Seaoil Philippines and Accenture, Inc. as their legal associate and/or company lawyer.
For years, Maje has been a member of various organizations including the UPLB Economics Society, the Junior Philippine Economics Society, the UP Student Volunteers Alliance, the Rotaract Club of Calamba Central, JESSUP Debate Team, Singles for Christ Meralco Chapter, JCI Perlas Pasay, JCI Senate Philippines and Silver and White Toastmasters Club, wherein she handled different positions as an officer – from being the President and part of the Board of Directors to be a Consultant and General Legal Counsel. Maje has given talks and conducted seminars in these and for these different organizations. With an untiring desire to make herself a better person, she constantly strives to look for opportunities to develop herself and her environment, whether at work or during leisure activities. As such, she is likewise a licensed Real Estate Broker, Licensed Insurance Agent, a Commissioned Notary Public and a certified International Association for Contract and Commercial Management (IACCM) Practitioner in the Advanced Curriculum.
Maje is also a trainer by passion. She conducts different pieces of training, ranging from soft skills such as but not limited to effective and assertive communications, lgal and business writings, customer service, leadership and development skills.
At present, Maje is a sole practitioner with her own law office, the MTLGB Law Office, located at Sno. 35 San Pioquinto, Malvar, Batangas, catering to various clients – ranging from individuals to corporations – for which she acts as their litigating and/or corporate counsel. As a true advocate of justice and the law, she conducts and gives legal seminars, such as but not limited to Gender and Development, Magna Carta of Women, Violence Against Women and Children (VAWC), Breastfeeding Laws, Labor Standards and Relations Laws, Human Rights Laws, Senior Citizen’s and PWD Laws, Corporate and Business Laws, Legal Framework and Drafting Contracts, to varying audiences.
Maje is currently serving the JCI Senate Philippines Pasay Chapter as its President. She’s likewise serving the Rotary Club of Malvar and U & I Professionals Club of Malvar as Vice President.
Part of the unexpected but costly expense incurred by the company or an employer is litigation arising from claims due to illegal dismissal/termination. This frequently happens when employers, through any of its Human Resources or Administration Managers act whimsically as they are not knowledgeable of the usual practices and requirements of the Law. Employers may always disengage the services of any of its employees in instances where an employee is grossly unwanted due to grave misconduct or any other just or authorized causes enumerated by the law but such must be done properly and in accordance with the generally accepted principle of law and practices.
Expenses arising from these cases may cost the employers BIGTIME as this includes Attorney’s fees, back wages, separation pay, damages etc. and hence, must be prevented only when proper knowledge has been acquired. This can happen anytime and hence not seasonal and learning this is imperative. Stay out of this trouble by learning the right procedures, rules and regulations as mandated by the Department of Labor and Employment, the proper way of dealing with employees and many more! This is recommended for Human Resources and Labor relations practitioners, officers in management positions, Entrepreneurs handling employees and anyone interested in this discipline.
- Constitutional Foundation
- Section 18, Article 2 – Promotion of Welfare
B. Section 12, Article 2 – Preferential use of Filipino labor
C. Section 3, Article 13 – Full protection to labor
D. Section 9, Article 2 – Promotion of Full Employment
E. Section 1, Article 13 – Promotion of Social Justice
- Statutory provisions giving life to constitutional principles on labor
- Article 3, Labor Code
B. Article 211, Labor Code
C. Article 4, Labor Code
III. Concept of Employer-Employee Relationship
B. Engagement or hiring
C. Control test
D. Payment of Wages
E. Power of Dismissal
- Forms of Employment
- Regular employee
B. Probationary employee
C. Casual employee
- Kinds of Employees Under the Labor Code
- Rights of the Employer and Employee
1. Legal Basis of Employee’s Security of Tenure
2. Management Prerogatives
o Right to dismiss workers
o Right to transfer
o Right to re-assign workers
o Right to promote and not to promote
o Right to demote
o Right to discipline erring employees
o Right to abolish and create positions
o Prescribe working methods, time, place, manner and other aspects of work
VII Guideposts on Valid Dismissal of an Employee
- Substantive Due Process
• Just Cause
• Authorized Cause
1. Determining the Proper Ground
2. Applying the Procedural Due Process
- Procedural Due Process
• Notice to Explain
• Hearing / Conference
• Final Notice of Dismissal=
VIII. Preventive Suspension
- Hazards of Terminating an Employee
3. Moral Damages
6. Attorney’s Fees
XII. Jurisdiction over labor cases
- Jurisdiction of Labor Arbiter
C. Concept of Single-Entry Approach (SENA)
D. RA 11396 – An Act strengthening conciliation-mediation as voluntary mode of settlement of labor dispute
- PROCEDURE IN LITIGATION
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