The employer claimed that it dismissed its employee for just cause because the latter assaulted a co-employee within company premises. Did the Supreme Court agree with the employer’s claim?
The employer asserted that its business was slowing down and that it dismissed the complainant on the ground of redundancy. Was the complainant’s dismissal found valid?
Why was the dismissal of this employee declared to be illegal despite proof of her violation of company policy?
Find out why this employee was declared to have been illegally dismissed from employment even when witnesses of the employer testified to the employee’s violation of company rules.
The National Labor Relations Commission modified the computation of reliefs of backwages and separation pay to an illegally dismissed employee, in view of her rejection of an alleged offer of reinstatement by the employer. Was this modification sustained by the Supreme Court?
Find out whether the complainants (who were hired by a foreign company) were granted their claim of illegal dismissal allegedly done by its local subsidiary.
Whether an expletive constitutes serious misconduct that warrants a dismissal from employment will depend on the context of the phrase’s use.
An Overseas Filipino Worker executed an Addendum that modified his employment contract. Can he be bound by the same?
In justifying their act of blocking the gates of the employer, the strikers stated that they did so only for collective self-defense because the guards of the employer used unnecessary force in dispersing them. Was this justification accepted by the Court?
The respondent in a complaint for illegal dismissal pointed out that a different person was the employer of the complainant. Did the Supreme Court uphold respondent’s claim?