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Sample Maternity Leave Policy under the Expanded Maternity Leave Law

The company has to implemented the provisions of R.A. 11210 or the Expanded Maternity Leave Law and its IRR. Below is the sample maternity leave policy which a company may adopt illustrating compliance with the mandate: General Principles The company adheres to the policy of the law granting protection to and promoting the rights and welfare of working women, taking into account their maternal functions, and to provide an enabling environment in which their full potential can be achieved. Coverage Any pregnant [...]

Department Advisory No. 01, Series of 2019 (DOLE) or the Guidelines on the Computation of Salary Differential

On July 4, 2019, the Department of Labor and Employment issued the guidelines on the computation of salary differential of female workers during her maternity leave and its criteria for exemption pursuant to R.A. 11210 and its IRR. View the PDF Copy of DOLE D.A. 01, Series of 2019 here. Draft Your HR Forms, Notices and Contracts with Ease Using HR Forms 1 Soft Copy (150+ Editable Templates in Word) According to the said advisory, the employer shall pay the [...]

DOLE Department Advisory 01, Series of 2019 PDF or the Guidelines on the Computation of Salary Differential for Expanded Maternity Leave

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) issued Department Advisory 01, Series of 2019 or the “Guidelines on the Computation of Salary Differential of Female Workers During her Maternity Leave and its Criteria for Exemption pursuant to Republic Act No. 11210 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations.” HR Forms and Contracts Soft Copy (150+ Editable Templates in Word Document)

Expanded Maternity Leave Salary Differential for Daily Paid Employee

The Expanded Maternity Leave Law (EMLL) requires employer to pay the salary differential of covered employees. R.A. 11210 expanded the benefit by generally increasing it to 105 days subject to additional days under certain situations. To qualify for the grant of maternity leave benefit, the female worker must meet the following requirements: She must have at least three (3) monthly contributions in the twelfth-month period immediately preceding the semester of childbirth, miscarriage, or emergency termination of pregnancy. In determining the female [...]

Taxability or Non-Taxability of the Salary Differential Under Expanded Maternity Leave Law

R.A. 11210 expanded the benefit by generally increasing it to 105 days subject to additional days under certain situations. Recently, the Implementing Rules and Regulations has been issued by the Department of Labor and Employment. Under Section 2 of the IRR, the following benefits are granted under the 105-day Expanded Maternity Law (EMLL) in the private sector: One hundred five (105) days for the live childbirth, regardless of the mode of delivery, and additional fifteen (15) days paid leave if [...]

Expanded Maternity Leave Credits Allocation in both the Private and the Public Sectors

Expanded maternity leave benefits to a female employee may be allocated up to seven (7) days to the child’s father or to an alternate caregiver, as the case may be. Related: Expanded Maternity Leave Articles; Expanded Maternity Leave Law R.A. 11210; Expanded Maternity Leave and its IRR (PDF); SSS Circular 009-2019;  Section 6 of R.A. 11210 provides that any female worker entitled to maternity leave benefits may, at her option, allocate up to seven (7) days of said benefits to the [...]

Legal Basis of Deduction of Mandatory Contributions from the Salary Differential Under the Expanded Maternity Leave Law (EMLL)

Legal basis of deduction of mandatory contributions on account of implementation of the expanded maternity leave law may be found in the new SSS law, the EMLL, amended PhilHealth and the Pag-Ibig law. In this post, the old rates under older laws cited may be shown but these may have already been amended. But the point of citing them here is to show the provision supporting the act of deduction. So just ignore the rates if not current as [...]

Salary Differential Computation Under Expanded Maternity With Sample Daily Pay of P1,150 Net of Mandatory Contribution

Salary differential under the expanded maternity law should be paid by the employer. The salary differential is the difference between the full pay and the SSS maternity benefit. Related: Expanded Maternity IRR PDF SSS Circular 2019-009 Sample Computation Based on NCR Minimum Wage To illustrate, if the covered employee is based in NCR, the following is the computation following SSS’ sample presentation: Full Pay (FP) = [(daily rate x factor) / 12] x maternity period in months Where: Daily rate Net of Mandatory Contributions – [...]

Expanded Maternity Leave Salary Differential Computation

Expanded maternity leave requires employers to pay the salary differential between the full pay and the SSS maternity benefit. Related: Expanded Maternity IRR PDF SSS Circular 2019-009 To illustrate, if the covered employee is based in NCR, the following is the computation pursuant to SSS: Full Pay (FP) = [(daily rate x factor) / 12] x maternity period in months Where: Daily rate – P537 Factor – 313 Maternity Period – 3.5 months (105 / 30 = 3.5) Thus: Full Pay          = [(P537 per day x 313 [...]

Expanded Maternity Leave SSS Circular 2019-009

Expanded Maternity Leave or the R.A. took effect March 11, 2019. Recently, the SSS issued Circular 2019-009 or the Guidelines in the Payment of the Maternity Leave. Below is the PDF of this Circular (original copy not mine): Advertorial: Draft and Formulate Your HR Forms, Notices and Contracts with Ease. Purchase Editable Soft Copy (in Word File) of HR Forms 1 Soft Copy

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