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  • Guide to Valid Job Contracting and Subcontracting 2nd Edition

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    The subject matter of job contracting and subcontracting is a trick territory for businesses their owners. Understanding the technical sides of it are left to the experts and practitioners.

     

    Nonetheless, even experts find the topic challenging. This book is intended to help companies, business owners, managers, expats, and HR practitioners navigate through the “treacherous waters” of job contracting and subcontracting.

     

    While the word “treacherous” used to describe it may be strong the association to it is justified by the fact that engaging in contracting is very technical. A single mistake, regardless of intentions, of the parties will be catastrophic.

     

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    Imagine, for instance, a big company contracting hundreds of workers with what it thought was a legitimate contract, which due to technical errors the
    authorities suddenly found the relationship a labor-only contracting. The said scores of employees of contractor will become regular with the principal. This will surely blow the pay grade of the company out of proportion. The correction and/or adjustments needed will be enormous and costly.

     

    This work provides not just laws, rules, and regulations. It gives perspective, insight, and the bird’s-eye view of the situation to serve as a map to the right direction. It tackles D.O. 174, Series of 2017 which superseded D.O. 18- A. The DOLE Advisory 01, Series of 2017 providing exceptions. Relevant rules such as D.O. 19, D.O. 13, and D.O. 198, among others.

     

    Also, R.A. 11058 and relevant decisions of the Supreme Court on the matter, most especially, on off-detail status in a 2019 case, Bognot vs. Pinic International (Trading) Corporation/CD-R King, et al., (G.R. No. 212471, March 11, 2019). Can individuals with unique skills and talents engage in contracting without registration under D.O. 174? The author discussed the answer in this work.

     

    Salient points of D.O. 174 include the substantial capital of P5 million, shortened validity of the registration, concepts of temporary off-detail, expiration of service agreement, termination for just cause, authorized cause, and not due to expiration of service agreement and their implications.

     

    This book is a compliance guide, first and foremost, to help businesses in their quest to achieve their objectives the legal way and without accidentally falling in the traps of technicalities.

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  • Compensation Boss: 13th Month Pay Calculator Employees Version

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    Product Description (in English) – Compensation Boss
    13th Month Pay Calculator; See Product Description in Filipino / Tagalog below

     

    This product is intended for employees as users giving them opportunity to have a hassle-free way to approximately compute their 13th month pay.

    This features a file saved in Excel Microsoft 365, Version 16.54. User has to have such specification or its equivalent. The file offers quick way to determine 13th month pay by simply inputting the basic salary earned per payroll (“kinsenas at katapusan”).

    Results are computed automatically. Bonus sheets include redundancy separation pay calculator for both daily paid and monthly paid employees.

    Retrenchment pay calculator, retirement pay calculator, and the service incentive leave (SIL) pay calculator. At an introductory price of just PhP59.00, this will be a big help to workers who need to have an immediate answer to their approximate 13th month pay benefits.

     

    Product Description (in Filipino / Tagalog)

     

    Ang produktong ito ay dinisenyo para sa mga empleyado upang mabigyan sila ng pagkakataon na magkaroon ng mabilis at epektibong paraan upang alamin ang halaga ng kanilang makukuhang 13th Month Pay na benepisyo.

     

    Ang produktong ito ay naka-save sa file na Excel Microsoft 365, Version 16.54. Ang bibili at gagamit nito ay dapat mayroong nasabing specification, application, o programa sa kanyang kompyuter o katumbas nito. Ang nasabing file ay nagbibigay nang mabilis na paraan upang alamin ang 13th Month Pay na makukuha sa pamamagitan lamang ng pag-encode o pag type ng halaga ng basic salary na kinita kada sahod (“kinsenas at katapusan”).

     

    Ang resultang makukuha ay kaagad na kinakalkula. May bonus sheets na kasama para sa pag-kompyut ng separation pay para sa mga empleyadong arawan ang sahod at buwanan.

     

    Mayroon ding Retrenchment pay calculator, retirement pay calculator, at service incentive leave (SIL) pay calculator. Ang introductory price na PhP59.00 ay malaking tulong para sa mga manggagawa na kailangan magkaroon ng mabilisang sagot sa halaga ng 13th month pay benefits na makukuha.

     

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  • Non-APOR Driver / Fetcher Certification Soft Copy

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    This is a suggested soft copy template saved in Word File and editable in Word Document involving the Philippine National Police (PNP) declaration to require non-APOR fetchers / drivers of the APOR individuals to present a certification before the checkpoint personnel, among other requirements.

     

    As a background, on July 29, 2021 the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) issued Resolution No. 130-A, Series of 2021 placing the NCR under Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) for the period August 6-20, 2021.

     

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  • Release, Waiver and Quitclaim Resigned Standard – Soft Copy Editable Template

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    This is a soft copy product template, save in Word File and editable in Word Document containing the important provisions needed for the release of employer from liability and the waiver and quitclaim of the employee of all claims against the company.

     

    This is called a standard version because this contemplates ordinary situation where the employee simply claims the final pay and executed this along with it. Ordinary situations
    include death of employee, the one claiming is not the employee, the employee is retired and hospitalized and the one claiming is a relative or family member, the employee died of gunshot, etc.

     

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  • Release and Waiver Retirement Standard – Soft Copy Editable Template

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    This is a soft copy product template, save in Word File and editable in Word Document containing the important provisions needed for the release of employer from liability and the waiver and quitclaim of the employee of all claims against the company.

     

    This is called a standard version because this contemplates ordinary situation where the employee simply claims the final pay as a result of retirement and executed this along with it. Extraordinary situations include death of employee, the one claiming is not the employee, the employee is retired and hospitalized and the one claiming is a relative or family member, the employee died of gunshot, etc.

     

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  • Sample Project Employment Contract (English Version) – Soft Copy Editable Template

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    CONTRACT FOR PROJECT EMPLOYMENT
    SOFT COPY DESCRIPTION

    This is a soft copy template saved in Word File and editable in Word Document.

     

    This contains the sample terms, conditions, clauses, and provisions of the contract described.

     

    See the Description below to view the Contents of this soft copy template.

     

    Project employment is an exception to the rule on regular employment if all the requisites are complied with.

     

    A project employee under now Article 295 of the Labor Code, as amended, is one whose employment has been fixed for a specific project or undertaking, the completion or termination of which has been determined at the time of the engagement of the employee. (Herma Shipyard, Inc. vs. Oliveros, G.R. No. 208936, April 17, 2017)

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    Art, 295. Regular and Casual Employment. –The provisions of written agreement for the contrary notwithstanding and regardless of the oral agreement of the parties, an employment shall be deemed to be regular where the employee has been engaged to perform activities which are usually necessary or desirable in the usual business or trade of the employer, except where the employment has been fixed for a specific

     

    Project or undertaking the completion or termination of which has been determined at the time of the engagement of the employee or where the work or service to be performed is seasonal in nature and the employment is for the duration of the season.

     

    A sample contract will help employers to overcome the technicalities of this form of employment. This template is easy to edit using the Word application. This version is using MS Office 365.

     

    Salient points of this template are:

    1. Parties
    2. Whereas Clause
    3. Commencement of project
    4. Scope and duration
    5. Duties and responsibilities clause
    6. Completion clause (Phase or entire project)
    7. Automatic termination upon completion
    8. Salary / Wage and benefits
    9. Project bonus (not mandatory under the law but is an indicator of project employment)
    10. Voluntary signing clause
    11. Data privacy consent clause

     

     

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  • Sample Casual Employment Contract (English Version) – Soft Copy Editable Template

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    This is a soft copy template saved in Word File and editable in Word Document.

     

    This contains the sample terms, conditions, clauses, and provisions of the contract described.

     

    See the Description below to view the Contents of this soft copy template.

     

    Casual employment is one of the exceptions to the regular employment provisions under Article 295 of the Labor Code, as amended.

    The Labor Code states that the provisions of written agreement to the contrary notwithstanding and regardless of the oral agreement of the parties, an employment shall be deemed to be regular where the employee has been engaged to perform activities which are usually necessary or desirable in the usual business or trade of the employer, except where the employment has been fixed for a specific project or undertaking the completion or termination of which has been determined at the time of the engagement of the employee or where the work or service to be performed is seasonal in nature and the employment is for the duration of the season.

     

    An employment shall be deemed to be casual if it is not covered by the preceding paragraph: Provided, That any employee who has rendered at least one year of service, whether such service is continuous or broken, shall be considered a regular employee with respect to the activity in which he is employed and his employment shall continue to exist.

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    For casual employment to exist, the position occupied by the employee should not be usually necessary or desirable in the usual trade or business of the employer.

     

    What is “usually necessary and desirable?” It is a position without which an employer cannot pursue his operation or business.

     

    For instance, in a software development company that sells applications and development services, a computer programmer position is usually necessary and desirable. Without the programmer, the company cannot come up with the product to sell to the market.

     

    But in an insurance firm, computer programmer may not be necessary since the company can still sell insurance products without the programmer. Hence, the programmer in this case may be hired on project employment basis only.

     

    Now, in crafting the contract for casual employment, the employer should bear in mind the following:

     

    • The employment shall not be usually necessary and desirable in the usual trade or business of the employer
    • The employment is limited in scope with respect to the activity in which he is employed
    • The employment shall not exceed one year. If it does, the employee is considered regular with respect to such activity.
    • The contract shall clearly indicate the date of termination or termination upon completion of activity
    • Compensation and benefits
    • Data privacy consent clause
    • Duties and responsibilities
    • Place of posting and transfer

     

    The sample template is editable in Word 365 in 8.5’ x 13’.

     

    There are other helpful contract templates available that can assist employers in running their human resource matters such as the following:

    • Contract for Probationary for Daily Paid Employee in English – View sample contract here
    • Contract for Probationary for Monthly Paid Employee in English
    • Contract for Project Employment  English Version  – View sample contract here
    • Employment Contracts Package (English and Filipino) – View sample contracts here
    • Contract for Casual Employment in English
    • Contract for Casual Employment in Filipino
    • Contract for Probationary Employment for Daily Paid Employee in Filipino
    • Contract for Probationary Employment for Monthly Paid Employee in Filipino
    • Contract for Part-Time Employment in English
    • Contract for Part-Time Employment in Filipino
    • Contract for Seasonal Employment in English
    • Contract for Seasonal Employment in Filipino
    • Contract for Regular Employment Daily Paid in Filipino
    • Contract for Fixed-Term Employment in English
    • Contract for Fixed-Term Employment in Filipino

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  • Sample Contract for Part-Time Employment (English Version) – Soft Copy Editable Template

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    This is a soft copy template saved in Word File and editable in Word Document.

     

    This contains the sample terms, conditions, clauses, and provisions of the contract described.

     

    See the Description below to view the Contents of this soft copy template.

     

    A part-time employee is one who is engaged to perform services for a shorter period of time than those considered as normal in the establishment. This type of employee may undergo probationary period. The probation period of a part-time employee shall be equivalent to the hours it takes a full-time employee to complete a six- month probationary period.

     

    Thus, a part-time employee can be a regular employee also. Acquiring a regular status is not dictated by the amount of time per day one has to render service.

     

    An employee can acquire regular status when the term of his contract shows that he is engaged in a regular or permanent status; when the term of his employment indicates that he is employed for an indefinite period; when he continues to perform work or services even after the expiration of the probationary period, and when he performs work or services usually necessary or desirable in the usual business or trade of the employer.

     

    One’s regularity of employment is not determined by the number of hours one works but by the nature and by the length of time one has been in that particular job. (Perpetual Help Credit Cooperative vs. Faburada, G.R. No. 121948. October 8, 2001)

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    Now, in crafting the contract for part-time employment, the employer should bear in mind the following:

    • The employment is for part-time employment only
    • The contract shall clearly indicate the date of termination or termination upon completion of activity
    • Compensation and benefits
    • Data privacy consent clause
    • Duties and responsibilities
    • Place of posting and transfer
    • Office Decorum

     

    The sample template is editable in Word 365 in 8.5’ x 13’.

    There are other helpful contract templates available that can assist employers in running their human resource matters such as the following:

    • Contract for Probationary for Daily Paid Employee in English – View sample contract here
    • Contract for Probationary for Monthly Paid Employee in English
    • Contract for Project Employment  English Version  – View sample contract here
    • Employment Contracts Package (English and Filipino) – View sample contracts here
    • Contract for Casual Employment in English
    • Contract for Casual Employment in Filipino
    • Contract for Probationary Employment for Daily Paid Employee in Filipino
    • Contract for Probationary Employment for Monthly Paid Employee in Filipino
    • Contract for Part-Time Employment in English
    • Contract for Part-Time Employment in Filipino
    • Contract for Seasonal Employment in English
    • Contract for Seasonal Employment in Filipino
    • Contract for Regular Employment Daily Paid in Filipino
    • Contract for Fixed-Term Employment in English
    • Contract for Fixed-Term Employment in Filipino

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  • Data Privacy Consent Undertaking with SPA for HMO – Soft Copy Editable Template

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    This is a soft copy template saved in Word File and editable in Word Document.

     

    This contains the sample terms, conditions, clauses, and provisions of the contract described.

     

    See the Description below to view the Contents of this soft copy template.

     

    This is another template from LVS which makes employer’s or business owner’s life a lot easy. This is editable in Word document as it was written using the Word 365 software.

    Data privacy law is probably one of the hallmark legislations in the country protecting the personal information of individuals transacting with any entity.

     

    The Data Privacy Act of 2012 (DPA) declares that it is the policy of the State to protect the fundamental human right of privacy, of communication while ensuring free flow of information to promote innovation and growth. The State recognizes the vital role of information and communications technology in nation-building and its inherent obligation to ensure that personal information in information and communications systems in the government and in the private sector are secured and protected.

     

    It is a practice for some companies to provide the health coverage for its employees in the form of a health card provider or Health Maintenance Organization (HMO). As a matter of procedure, employees would undergo medical checkup, operation, diagnosis, etc. and the results are made available only to the employees involved.

     

    In certain cases, the HMO and/or medical facility/entity would refuse to provide the company or employer a copy of the results as the same may violate the DPA. The medical information may form part of the protected personal information or sensitive personal information.

     

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    As defined by law, “personal information” refers to any information whether recorded in a material form or not, from which the identity of an individual is apparent or can be reasonably and directly ascertained by the entity holding the information, or when put together with other information would directly and certainly identify an individual.

    Further, “sensitive personal information ” refers to personal information:

     

    (1) About an individual’s race, ethnic origin, marital status, age, color, and religious, philosophical or political affiliations;

     

    (2) About an individual’s health, education, genetic or sexual life of a person, or to any proceeding for any offense committed or alleged to have been committed by such person, the disposal of such proceedings, or the sentence of any court in such proceedings;

     

    (3) Issued by government agencies peculiar to an individual which includes, but not limited to, social security numbers, previous or current health records, licenses or its denials, suspension or revocation, and tax returns; and

     

    (4) Specifically established by an executive order or an act of Congress to be kept classified.

    As a rule, the processing of sensitive personal information and privileged information is prohibited. There are exceptions under the law, to wit:

    (a) The data subject has given his or her consent, specific to the purpose prior to the processing, or in the case of privileged information, all parties to the exchange have given their consent prior to processing;

    (b) The processing of the same is provided for by existing laws and regulations: Provided, That such regulatory enactments guarantee the protection of the sensitive personal information and the privileged information: Provided, further, That the consent of the data subjects are not required by law or regulation permitting the processing of the sensitive personal information or the privileged information;

    (c) The processing is necessary to protect the life and health of the data subject or another person, and the data subject is not legally or physically able to express his or her consent prior to the processing;

    (d) The processing is necessary to achieve the lawful and noncommercial objectives of public organizations and their associations: Provided, That such processing is only confined and related to the bona fide members of these organizations or their associations: Provided, further, That the sensitive personal information are not transferred to third parties: Provided, finally, That consent of the data subject was obtained prior to processing;

    (e) The processing is necessary for purposes of medical treatment, is carried out by a medical practitioner or a medical treatment institution, and an adequate level of protection of personal information is ensured; or

    (f) The processing concerns such personal information as is necessary for the protection of lawful rights and interests of natural or legal persons in court proceedings, or the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims, or when provided to government or public authority.

     

    While it appears that in an employer-employee relationship, the information obtained from the employee is in relation to such employment, there is a need to have a clear consent to process the information on the part of the employer. Hence, if the information is shared by the employee with the medical facility and the results are generated, the employer can be authorized by the employee to have such copy.

     

    This should be in the form of an express consent since an individual’s health is a sensitive personal information under the law which can only be processed if there is an express consent by the data subject.

     

    Thus, the sample template will be very helpful where the employee gives consent for the company to process the sensitive personal information obtained by the health provider in an HMO setting.

     

    This form is better used with the document proving authority of the company to its duly authorized representative to obtain said information and all other records in relation thereto.

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  • Release, Waiver & Quitclaim Terminated Standard

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    I, MS. ANNE DERSTUD, of legal age, Filipino, and a resident of BLND45, Kopi St., Villamor Airbase, Brgy 183 Pasay City, after having been duly sworn to in accordance with law, do hereby depose and state, that:

     

    1. On June 17, 20___ I was validly TERMINATED for just cause on account of my violations of the law, company rules, policies, and procedure;

     

    1. For and in consideration of the receipt of the amount of FIFTY THOUSAND PESOS (PhP50,000.00), as my final pay, which is a full and complete settlement of all salaries and employment benefits which includes but is not limited to last salary due, monetized Service Incentive Leave (SIL), 13th month pay, and other benefits;

     

    1. I acknowledge the receipt of the abovementioned sum representing full satisfaction of all emoluments and compensation that I may be entitled to under the law, contract, or company policy for the service I have rendered for the Company;

     

    1. I acknowledge the validity of my dismissal/termination from service. I do hereby release, remiss and forever discharge XYZ Corporation, Savrasa Werpa and the companies’ officers, directors employees, managers, agents, and representatives, from any and all liabilities, damages, claims which may now or in the future arise as a result of my work with the company.

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    1. If found hereinafter that there would be any other sums that I am entitled to, prior to this, or in the future, that the amount I mentioned above which I herein duly received, shall constitute as full and final settlement for such;

     

    1. I hereby voluntarily, freely and unconditionally declare that I have no further claims or right of action, whether past, present, future or contingent, of whatever nature and hereby waive any and all claims and causes of actions or judgments of any tribunal I may have in my favor of or against the Company its officers, directors, representatives, agents and assigns including but not limited to, matter of DISMISSAL, for lack of cause of action, arising from my employment and the cessation thereof;

     

    1. I will institute no action, whether civil, criminal, labor or administrative against the company its directors, officers, employees, agents and clients. Any and all actions which I may have commenced either solely in my name or jointly with others before any office, board, bureau, court, or tribunal against the company, its directors, officers, employees, agents and clients are hereby deemed and considered voluntary withdrawn by me and I will no longer testify or continue to prosecute said action(s) and that the same shall be dismissed;

     

    1. I execute this Release, Waiver & Quitclaim voluntarily and freely, without any force, duress, improper pressure, or intimidation from anyone and with full understanding of the contents hereof duly explained to me in language that I understand.

     

    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my signature this 22nd day of July 20___ in the City of Makati.

     

     

    1. ANNE DERSTUD

    SSS ID: 12345

    TIN: 6789

     

    Signed in the Presence of:

     

    _____________________                               _________________________

     

    ACKNOWLEDGMENT

     

    REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES              )

    CITY OF _________________                       ) S.S.

     

     

    BEFORE ME, a notary public for and in the City of _______________________________, personally appeared the above and presented to me her competent evidence of identity shown above and affirmed to me that this Release, Waiver & Quitclaim, consisting of two (2) pages, including this page where acknowledgment is written, is his own, free, voluntary act and deed.

     

    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my seal and signature this ______ day of July 20___ in the City of ______________________.

     

     

    Doc. No.: ______________;

    Page No.: ______________;

    Book No.: ______________;

    Series of 20___

     

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  • Contract for Probationary Employment Daily Paid Employee – Soft Copy Editable Template

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    CONTRACT FOR PROBATIONARY EMPLOYMENT

    SOFT COPY DESCRIPTION

     

    This is a soft copy template saved in Word File and editable in Word Document.

     

    This contains the sample terms, conditions, clauses, and provisions of the contract described.

     

    See the Description below to view the Contents of this soft copy template.

     

    A probationary employee is one who, for a given period of time, is being observed and evaluated to determine whether or not he is qualified for permanent employment.

     

    A probationary appointment affords the employer an opportunity to observe the skill, competence and attitude of a probationer.

     

    The word probationary, as used to describe the period of employment, implies the purpose of the term or period (Enchanted Kingdom, Inc. vs. Verzo, G.R. No. 209559, December 09, 2015).

     

    While the employer observes the fitness, propriety and efficiency of a probationer, to ascertain whether he is qualified for permanent employment, the probationer, at the same time, seeks to prove to the employer that he has the qualifications to meet the reasonable standards for permanent employment. (41Escorpizo v. University of Baguio, 366 Phil. 166, 175-176 (1999).)

     

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    The concept of probationary employment was, thus, introduced for the benefit of the employer to provide him with ample time to observe and determine whether a newly hired employee has the competence, ability and values necessary to achieve his objectives.

     

    Probationary employment shall not exceed six (6) months from the date the employee started working, unless it is covered by an apprenticeship agreement stipulating a longer period. The services of an employee who has been engaged on a probationary basis may be terminated for a just cause or when he fails to qualify as a regular employee in accordance with reasonable standards made known by the employer to the employee at the time of his engagement. An employee who is allowed to work after a probationary period shall be considered a regular employee.

     

    Employers should be careful in crafting probationary employment since any ambiguity shall be resolved in favor of labor (Art. 4, Labor Code). Such favor means regular employment since it offers a better status of the employee.

     

    It bears noting as well that an employee who was not informed of the reasonable standards for regular employment shall be deemed as regular from day one. Thus, it makes better sense when these standards are included in the contract.

     

    As held in Buiser vs. Leogardo, an probationary employment may also be extended upon mutual consent of the parties. This means that instead of terminating an employee who failed the trial period he is given a chance. Now, to avoid ambiguity, the employment contract should already provide a clause for this just like what is found in this template.

     

    A sample contract will help employers to overcome the technicalities of this form of employment. This template is easy to edit using the Word application. This version is using MS Office 365.

     

    Salient points of this template are:

     

    1. Parties
    2. Whereas Clause
    3. Commencement of probationary employment
    4. Extension Clause
    5. Termination of Employment
    6. Place of Posting
    7. Duties and responsibilities clause

    • Reasonable Standards Metrics
      i. Performance
      ii. Punctuality/Attendance
      iii. Behavior
      iv. Teamwork
      v. Initiative
    • Periodic Evaluation
    • Passing Clause

    8. Compensation and Benefits
    9. Office Decorum
    10. Non-compete Clause
    11. Training Expenses
    12. Data privacy consent clause

     

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  • Release, Waiver and Quitclaim Third Party Shot Dead – Soft Copy Editable Template

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    DESCRIPTION OF RELEASE, WAIVER & QUITCLAIM FOR NON-EMPLOYEE WHO WAS SHOT DEAD 

    This is a soft copy template saved in Word File and editable in Word Document.

     

    This contains the sample terms, conditions, clauses, and provisions of the contract described.

     

    See the Description below to view the Contents of this soft copy template.

     

    This form contemplates a situation where there are claimants against the company for the alleged death caused by its security contractor who shot dead the individual or third-party individual. There are other situations where death may be caused to third party.

     

    The challenge always is how to craft a document that will legally improve the protection of the company against any lawsuit if it intends to extend a helping hand to the relatives of spouse of the deceased.

     

    The relative and/or spouse here is the one claiming damages against the company. While the company has several defenses in this case, the company may decide to buy peace and provide financial assistance.

     

    In doing so, the release thereof should be documented to prevent any further action from the claimant against the company or its officers. Thus, a Release, Waiver & Quitclaim may be executed by the spouse, common law partner, or any person acting in behalf of the interests of the deceased person.

     

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    The draft template here addresses the following concerns:

     

    • The claimant should release and remiss the company and its officers from any claim;
    • The claimant clearly states the relationship to the deceased;
    • The claimant does not make any statement that will incriminate or establish criminal liability against the alleged actor or any person acting for the company;

     

    The following terms are stated:

     

    • Claimant is of legal age,
    • Residence of the claimant
    • Declaration of claimant as the duly authorized representative of the family for and in behalf of the deceased person
    • Name of the deceased person
    • Relationship of the claimant to the deceased person such as being the common law partner / spouse, etc.
    • Description of the incident without specifying any suspect or declaring liability;
    • Decision of the company to release the fund due for the above deceased as well as financial assistance;
    • Statement of release, remiss and forever discharge of the company, its stockholders, Directors, Officers, President, Treasurer, executives, managers, employees, representatives and any other persons working or dealing for and in behalf thereof, from any and all liabilities, damages or injuries caused to claimant and his family or may be caused, as a result of the service not having materialized, and for any other such liabilities, damages or injuries which may now or in the future arise as a result thereof;
    • If found hereinafter that there would be any other consequential or resulting damage, liability or injury, whether actual, moral, exemplary or in any other form of damage, not evident as of that time, that the amount given shall constitute as full and final settlement for such damage, liability or injury;
      Statement of voluntary, free and unconditional declaration that the claimant and his family have no further claims or right of action, whether past, present, future or contingent, of whatever nature
    • Statement of waiver of any and all claims and causes of actions or judgments of any tribunal;
    • Statement not to institute any action, whether civil, criminal, labor or administrative against the company, its directors, officers, employees, agents and clients;
    • Statement that any and all actions which may have been commenced are deemed and considered voluntary withdrawn by me and he will no longer testify or continue to prosecute said action(s); and
    • Statement that the claimant fully understands all the statements made.

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