The Philippine Labor Code is a piece of legislation that governs employment and labor relations in the country. The Act was promulgated on May 1, 1974. It includes several provisions beneficial to labor and employers. The law bans the compulsory dismissal of private employees without valid cause and ensures the right to self-organization and security of tenure. It also protects employees from sexual harassment, exploitation and physical violence. However, it has many shortcomings.
Exploitation and abuse
One of the major problems that most Filipinos encounter with their jobs is the fact that they do not understand how labor law works. This may be a major drawback. Not understanding the code can lead to exploitation and abuse. Even if you are aware of the laws, it is difficult to file a complaint in the labor agencies if you are unaware of them. If you want to file a complaint, you must first learn all about the law and the rights of employees.
The Philippine Labor Code was revised in 2004 and has a number of implementing rules and regulations that govern the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees. The Philippine government must ensure that Filipino workers are carefully selected for employment abroad. The term “worker” refers to any member of the labor force. Recruitment and placement is the process of advertising for, canvassing, hiring, transporting, or placing people in jobs. Furthermore, placement involves advertising for, and promising employment