Tag - Due Process in Employee Discipline

Due Process Required in Employee Dismissal

The post below is based on the book Guide to Valid Dismissal of Employees (pp. 38-41) Due process under the Labor Code involves two aspects. These are the substantive and the procedural. Substantive due process refers to the ground for dismissal. It is the justification, the reason or the “why” aspect. For example, under Article 282, an employee may be dismissed for theft, fraud or gross and habitual neglect of duty. While in Article 283, an employee may be terminated [...]

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