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  • Employee Leave Benefits

    2.38 out of 5

    Title: Employee Leave Benefits

     

    Relatively new laws have been passed such as the ten (10)-day VAW-C leave for victims of violence and the recently enacted two (2)-month gynecological leave.

     

    The author explain these benefits in interesting fashion and easy-to- read format. Likewise, he discusses important issues on Paternity. Solo Parent’s and Service Incentive Leave Benefits, among others.

     

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    99.75
  • Guide To Valid Dismissal Of Employees (The HR Practitioner’s Handbook)

    2.77 out of 5

    Title: Guide To Valid Dismissal Of Employees (The HR Practitioner’s Handbook)

     

    The book by Atty. Elvin B. Villanueva provides a refreshing and analytical insight on the matter with a twist of Human Resource outlook. His works, the HR Guide Series, which includes the “Guide to Valid Dismissal of Employees” and the “Guide on Employee Compensation and Benefits,” provide a compelling lineup of various topics on labor and human resources.

     

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    400.00 320.00
  • How to Pass The Bar Exams

    0 out of 5

    Title: How to Pass The Bar Exams

     

    In this book, the author shares his story, anecdotes and events that transpired prior during and after 2009 bar exams. He details how personal life, work and other things affect the preparation for bar exams. He shares the right mental attitude that one should have to conquer this most trying exam in the country. He shares his own inventory of review materials, list of books per subject, six month review calendar, pre-week calendar and even daily/or hourly routine showing work and review schedules.

     

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    325.00
  • Employee Transfer & Demotion

    4.00 out of 5

    Title: Employee Transfer and Demotion

     

    The book provides updated answers to the most pressing questions on employee transfer and demotion. This is must-have for employers who would want to make the right decision and avoid or minimize labor disputes.

     

    This work will guide the practitioners and business owners in navigating the treacherous terrain of transfer and demotion. Questions regarding timing of transfer, acts to avoid, lateral position, location, and rank are concisely discussed in this work. The dos and don’ts in demotion are also clearly and completed explain.

     

    The concepts are easy to understand making this book an important arsenal in every HR practitioner or business owner’s library.

     

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    347.00
  • Guide on Wage Order and Minimum Wage

    2.50 out of 5

    Title: Guide on Wage Order and Minimum Wage

     

    This work provides a comprehensive discussion on wage orders with regard to the mechanics of issuance, coverage and resolution of certain issues like the wage distortion.

     

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    370.00
  • Gabay sa mga Karapatan ng Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW)

    2.58 out of 5

    Title: Gabay sa mga Karapatan ng Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW)
    Author: Atty. Elvin B. Villanueva
    Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    ISBN: 978-971-011-130-5
    No. Of Pages: 185
    Size: 6″x9″
    Edition: First Edition, 2010
    Size: 6″x9″
    Binding: Softbound

    395.00
  • Real Estate Practice In the Philppines

    2.33 out of 5

    Title: Real Estate Practice In the Philppines

     

    The book discusses the scope of real estate practice in the Philippines. With the passage of R.A. 9646 transferring the regulatory power over real estate practice to the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC), new mechanics involving licensing, registration, and real estate operation by an individual practitioner and corporation.

     

    This books explains the requirements and qualifications for practitioner’s exam, revocation of license, reinstatement and re-issuance of licenses. It also answers the question on real estate practice of foreign individuals.

     

    This book is a helpful guide for real estate companies, developers, aspiring brokers, appraisers, consultants and students of real estate practice. It provides a comprehensive insight for real estate companies, developers, agencies and firms in educating their practitioners and updating their knowledge on the subject.

     

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    399.00
  • Human Resource Forms, Notices and Contracts Vol. 1

    2.29 out of 5

    Title: Human Resource Forms, Notices & Contracts Made Easy

     

    This book provides 157 samples of employment contracts (probationary, seasonal project and casual), notices to explain covering various offenses, actual notices of dismissal, suspension and warning, among others. All the sample templates are written in English.

     

    The forms used on this book are very important for HR practitioners as they are the ones needed in communicating to employees the terms of employment and due process. They are important evidentiary documents as well in case disputes on dismissal, employment benefits and other matters involving employer-employee relationship reach the labor courts.

     

    These sample forms were designed following the principles laid down in the Labor Code, as amended as well as recent labor jurisprudence. Important principles on just causes of dismissal, five-day notice rule on notice to explain, preventive suspension and the conduct of hearing/conference prior to dismissal are also discussed here.

     

    This book will help HR practitioners in discharging their role as the hub for the maintenance of industrial peace and harmony. Not only that this will help avoid costly mistakes in the event of labor disputes but will also help express the policies and principles of company.

    The English forms and templates contained in this book are listed below.

     

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

     

     

    Pages

     

    I………. Introduction ……………………………………………………. 1

    II……… Chapter I: Pre-hiring forms ………………………………. 3

    A….. Sample Application Form …………………………. 5

    B….. Sample Application Letter by Employee ……. 21

    C….. Employment Checklist …………………………….. 23

    III…….. Chapter II: Contracts at point of hiring …………….. 27

    A….. Employment Contracts ……………………………. 27

    B….. Contract for Probationary Employment ………. 45

    C….. Contract for Regular Employment …………….. 69

    D….. Contract for Casual Employment ………………. 75

    E….. Contract for Project Employment ……………… 85

    F….. Contract for Seasonal Employment …………… 96

    G…. Contract for Fixed Term Employment ………. 105

    H….. Contract for Part Time Employment ………… 113

    I…… Transfer of Employees …………………………… 121

    IV…….. Chapter III: Forms Used During Employment ….. 125

    A….. Notices to Explain ………………………………… 129

    Sample notices to explain (where imposable penalty is a warning) for the following offenses      131

    i…… Violation of company policies on …………………… 132

    1….. General Cleanliness ……………………………… 132

    2….. Littering ………………………………………………. 133

    3….. Smudging ……………………………………………. 134

    4….. Disorderly Filing ……………………………………. 135

    5….. Designated dining areas ………………………… 136

    ii….. Attendance …………………………………………………. 138

    1….. Unauthorized undertime ………………………… 138

    2….. Violation of coffee break schedule ………….. 139

    3….. Violation of lunch break schedule …………… 140

    4….. Abandoning post ………………………………….. 141

    iii…. Unauthorized absences ………………………………… 142

    1….. Absence without leave (AWOL) ………………. 142

    2….. Failure to give notice for sickness ……………. 144

    iv…. Punctuality/Time-keeping …………………………….. 146

    1….. Tardiness …………………………………………….. 146

    2….. Failure to log-in ……………………………………. 148

    3….. Failure to log-out ………………………………….. 149

    v….. Knowingly punching timecard or logging in attendance for other employees 150

    vi…. Unauthorized alteration made on one’s timecard or attendance sheet            151

    vii… Unauthorized alteration made on other’s timecard with consent of such employee    153

    viii.. Unauthorized alteration made on other’s timecard without the consent of such employee     154

    ix…. Unauthorized removal of one’s timecard or attendance sheet             155

    x….. Unauthorized removal of another’s timecard or attendance sheet       157

    xi…. Unauthorized concealment of one’s timecard or attendance sheet     158

    xii… Unauthorized concealment of another’s timecard or attendance sheet           159

    xiii.. Intentional destruction of one’s timecard or attendance sheet            161

    xiv… Intentional destruction of another’s timecard or attendance sheet      162

    xv…. Dress Code ………………………………………………….. 164

    1….. Without uniform ……………………………………. 164

    a….. Reporting for work not in prescribed dress code       164

    2….. With Uniform ………………………………………… 165

    a….. Reporting for work not in prescribed uniform (barong or blouse)      165

    b….. Reporting for work not in prescribed uniform (pants or skirt) 167

    c….. Reporting for work not in prescribed uniform (blazer)           169

    xvi… Identification card ……………………………………….. 171

    1….. Failure to wear ID card ………………………….. 172

    2….. Refusal to wear ID card ………………………….. 173

    3….. Deliberate destruction of ID card …………….. 175

    4….. Deliberate mutilation of ID card ……………… 176

    5….. Alteration of entries in the ID card …………… 176

    6….. Concealment of one’s ID card ………………… 177

    7….. Concealment of another’s ID card …………… 179

    8….. Unauthorized and improper use of ID card .. 180

    xvii.. Loitering …………………………………………………….. 182

    1….. Loitering in unrestricted area ………………….. 182

    2….. Loitering in restricted area ……………………… 183

    xviii. Insubordination ……………………………………………. 184

    1….. Refusal to subject oneself to annual physical examinations        184

    2….. Refusal to subject oneself to executive checkup             186

    3….. Refusal to abide by auditing procedure ……. 187

    4….. Refusal to abide by security and safety regulations         188

    5….. Refusal to transfer to another assignment …. 190

    6….. Refusal to perform one’s task …………………… 191

    7….. Refusal to render overtime work ………………. 192

    8….. Refusal to report for holiday work …………….. 194

    9….. Refusal to issue disciplinary action to subordinate          195

    10… Refusal to obey lawful orders of Superior ….. 196

    11… Refusal to give information in a company investigation  198

    Sample notices to explain (where imposable penalty is suspension)          199

    i…… Attendance …………………………………………………. 202

    1….. Unauthorized undertime ………………………… 202

    2….. Knowingly punching timecard or logging in attendance for other employees     204

    ii….. Insubordination ……………………………………………. 205

    1….. Refusal to transfer to another assignment …. 205

    iii…. Willful breach of trust (with mitigating circumstance) 207

    1….. Misappropriation of fund ………………………… 207

    Sample notice to explain (where imposable penalty is dismissal)   209

    1….. Notice issued for abandonment of work ……. 211

    2….. Notice issued for willful breach of trust …….. 214

    Sample notice to explain (where imposable penalty is dismissal with preventive suspension)    216

    1….. Notice to explain for Serious Misconduct with preventive suspension     211

    2….. Notice to explain for offense involving Willful Breach of Trust    214

    Sample notice of hearing/conference ………………………. 222

    – Instances where hearing is not necessary ………. 224

    – Tips in conducting the hearing/conference …… 225

    1….. Hearing for offense involving Willful Breach of Trust       228

    2….. Hearing for offense involving serious misconduct            229

    B….. Notice imposing disciplinary action (warning) ….. 231

    i…… Violation of company policies on …………………… 233

    1….. General Cleanliness ……………………………… 233

    2….. Littering ………………………………………………. 234

    3….. Smudging ……………………………………………. 235

    4….. Disorderly Filing ……………………………………. 237

    5….. Designated dining areas ………………………… 238

    ii….. Attendance …………………………………………………. 240

    1….. Unauthorized undertime ………………………… 240

    2….. Violation of coffee break schedule ………….. 241

    3….. Violation of lunch break schedule …………… 243

    4….. Abandoning post ………………………………….. 245

    iii…. Unauthorized absences ………………………………… 246

    1….. Absence without leave (AWOL) ………………. 246

    2….. Failure to give notice for sickness ……………. 248

    iv…. Punctuality/Time-keeping …………………………….. 251

    1….. Tardiness …………………………………………….. 251

    2….. Failure to log-in ……………………………………. 253

    3….. Failure to log-out ………………………………….. 254

    v….. Knowingly punching timecard or logging in attendance for other employees             255

    vi…. Unauthorized alteration made on one’s timecard or attendance sheet            257

    vii… Unauthorized alteration made on other’s timecard with consent of such employee    258

    viii.. Unauthorized alteration made on other’s timecard without the consent of such employee     260

    ix…. Unauthorized removal of one’s timecard or attendance sheet             262

    x….. Unauthorized removal of another’s timecard or attendance sheet       263

    xi…. Unauthorized concealment of one’s timecard or attendance sheet     265

    xii… Unauthorized concealment of another’s timecard or attendance sheet           266

    xiii.. Intentional destruction of one’s timecard or attendance sheet            268

    xiv… Intentional destruction of another’s timecard or attendance sheet      269

    xv…. Dress Code ………………………………………………….. 271

    1….. Without uniform ……………………………………. 271

    a….. Reporting for work not in prescribed dress code       271

    2….. With Uniform ………………………………………… 272

    a….. Reporting for work not in prescribed uniform (barong or blouse)      272

    b….. Reporting for work not in prescribed uniform (pants or skirt) 274

    c….. Reporting for work not in prescribed uniform (blazer)           277

    xvi… Identification card ……………………………………….. 278

    1….. Failure to wear ID card ………………………….. 278

    2….. Refusal to wear ID card ………………………….. 280

    3….. Deliberate destruction of ID card …………….. 281

    4….. Deliberate mutilation of ID card ……………… 283

    5….. Alteration of entries in the ID card …………… 285

    6….. Concealment of one’s ID card ………………… 287

    7….. Concealment of another’s ID card……………. 288

    8….. Unauthorized and improper use of ID card .. 290

    xvii.. Loitering …………………………………………………….. 293

    1….. Loitering in unrestricted area ………………….. 293

    2….. Loitering in restricted area ……………………… 294

    xviii. Insubordination ……………………………………………. 296

    1….. Refusal to subject oneself to annual physical examinations        297

    2….. Refusal to subject oneself to executive checkup             298

    3….. Refusal to abide by auditing procedure ……. 300

    4….. Refusal to abide by security and safety regulations         301

    5….. Refusal to transfer to another assignment …. 303

    6….. Refusal to perform one’s task …………………… 305

    7….. Refusal to render overtime work ………………. 307

    8….. Refusal to report for holiday work …………….. 308

    9….. Refusal to issue disciplinary action to subordinate          310

    10….. Refusal to obey lawful orders of Superior ….. 312

    11….. Refusal to give information in a company investigation 313

    C….. Notice imposing disciplinary action (suspension). 315

    i…… Attendance …………………………………………………. 315

    1….. Unauthorized undertime ………………………… 315

    2….. Knowingly punching timecard or logging in attendance for other employees     317

    ii….. Insubordination ……………………………………………. 318

    1….. Refusal to transfer to another assignment …. 318

    iii…. Willful breach of trust (with mitigating circumstance) 320

    1….. Misappropriation of funds ………………………. 321

    D….. Notice of Dismissal ………………………………………. 324

    i…… Notice of Dismissal for Abandonment ………. 324

    ii….. Dismissal Notice for Serious Misconduct ….. 330

    iii…. Dismissal Notice for Willful Breach of Trust.. 341

    V….. Note on the next Volume/s of HR Forms, Notices and Contracts Made Easy   346

     

    499.75
  • Real Estate Exam Reviewer: Subdivision and Condominium Development

    2.75 out of 5

    Title: Real Estate Exam Reviewer: Subdivision and Condominium Development

     

    This book provides excellent reference on everything about real estate development and concepts. The discussion focuses on subdivision and condominium project presenting relevant regulations, rights of real state buyer, obligations of developer/owner, registration of practitioners, etc.

     

    This work proves to be more than just a reviewer for those who aspire to become real state practitioners. It can be a comprehensive guide for everyone interested in real estate like project developers, real state practitioners, and even curious industry onlookers. Real estate buyers can also derive knowledge on standard development requirements and their rights as clients.

     

    The presentation is reader-friendly utilizing multiple headings to direct the readers to the gist of the discussion per subject matter.

     

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    535.00
  • Guide on Employee Compensation and Benefits Vol. 2, 2nd Ed.

    2.44 out of 5

    Title: Guide on Employee Compensation and Benefits Vol. 2 Second Edition

     

    Guide on Employee Compensation and Benefits, Second Edition 2015 contains important discussion on 13 th month pay, 14 th month pay, Christmas and other bonuses. It also contains current information on rules on payment of wages, withholding of wages, wage deductions, employment bonds, as well as employee compensation on account of disability, injuries and death, among others. Also incorporated in this edition are recent decisions of the Supreme Court on the 13th month pay, bonuses, allowances and payment of wages. This edition presents newly promulgated rules and regulations on the above topics.

     

    This book will prove helpful to all HR practitioners and professionals on employee or labor relations to achieve industrial harmony and productivity.

     

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    595.00
  • Real Estate Exam Reviewer: Brokerage

    0 out of 5

    Title: Real Estate Exam Reviewer: Brokerage Practice

     

    Real Estate Brokerage is an exciting field in real estate practice. It can make or break the registered practitioner insofar as career selling in real estate is concerned.

     

    This book is aimed in that direction. That is to provide the platform for an effective review on the subject matter. It is intended to provide the much-needed information regarding brokerage practice.

     

    Also included are discussions on capital gains tax in relation to selling, amortization factors, monthly amortization, present value computation, discounting, deferred sale, installment sale, among others.

     

    There are basic forms used in brokerage transactions to familiarize reviewees on the practical side of the principles being discussed.

     

    This book has single primary purpose: help aspirants prepare and pass the exam to become a licensed, registered and responsible real estate practitioner.

     

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    678.00
  • Real Estate Exam Reviewer: Legal Aspects of Real Estate Sales

    2.64 out of 5

    Title: Real Estate Exam Reviewer: Legal Aspects of Real Estate Sales

     

    This work will be an aspiring broker’s or even other real estate practitioner’s best friend in preparing for the rigorous exams. This book will also help existing practitioners to know the intricacies of selling real estate broker.

     

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    688.00
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