Perez v PT&T - En Banc Felix B Perez and Amante G Doria petitioners v Philippine Telegraph and Telephone Company and Jose Luis Santiago Respondents

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En Banc Felix B. Perez and Amante G. Doria, petitioners, v. Philippine Telegraph and Telephone Company and Jose Luis Santiago, Respondents GR No. 152048, April 7, 2009 Facts: Felix Perez and Amante Doria were employees of the Shipping section Philippine Telegraph and Telephone Company (PT&T). They were dismissed from their jobs because of the anomaly on the increase of freight costs for goods and the tampering of shipping documents. Prior to the dismissal, petitioners were on preventive suspension for 30 days. Labor arbiter found that the 30-day suspension and dismissal were both illegal. PT&T brought the case to the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC). NLRC reversed the decision of the labor arbiter, indicating that the dismissal was just and they were accorded due process. Court of Appeals affirmed NLRC’s decision, however, indicated that petitioners were dismissed without due process. Issue: Whether or not the accused were given two notice requirement in accordance with
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