Philippines Employment Law Masterclass 2023
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• Day 1: 9am to 5pm (Includes 1hr break at 12nn)
This course will provide lawyers, human resource professionals, executives, and employers in general guidance on key legal and compliance considerations in the Philippines, especially since new ways of working become increasingly embedded as the pandemic begins to recede.
This course is designed for
Human Resource Practitioners
Industrial Relations Practitioners
Line Mangers/ Executives
Professionals with responsibility of overseeing employees
1. Employing in the Philippines
The basics: governing law, security of tenure and categories of workers
2. The Employment Relationship
Management prerogative, labor standards and employee entitlements and benefits
3. Employee Protection
Work discrimination and harassment
Mental health in the workplace
4. Termination of Employment
Just Cause for Termination
Authorized Cause for Termination
5. Remote Working and Working Onsite
Telecommuting and Work-From-Home
Vaccination and other health and safety requirements
6. Unions and Work Councils
7. Recent developments and Pending Legislation
Rashel Ann c. Pomoy
V&A LAW Villaraza & Angangco
Ms. Pomoy represents domestic and international clients on all aspects of employment and industrial relations. She provides clients with timely and accurate advice, delivered in the most comprehensible manner. Ms. Pomoy frequently assists clients in drafting employment policies, handbooks, releases and severance agreements, as well as non-competition agreements.
Ms. Pomoy also has extensive experience litigating single and multi-plaintiff cases before the National Labor Relations Commission on a wide range of employment issues.
Ms. Pomoy has conducted seminars and lectures, local and international on Philippine labor law. Ms. Pomoy is a co-author of the Philippine chapter of the Tenth and Eleventh editions of the Employment Law Review.