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Labor Relations Human Resource Management
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Labor Relations Labor relations is that branch of labor law that regulates the activities of labor organizations and prescribes the modes and machinery for settlement of labor disputes, including collective bargaining, and the modes and procedure for terminating an employment. (Source: Labor Code of the Philippines) Labor law is about employer-employee relationship.
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Elements of Employer-Employee Relationship 1. Selection and engagement of the employee; 2. Payment of wages; 3. Power of dismissal; 4. Power to control the employees’ conduct.
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Statutory Classification of Employees 1. According to rank; 2. According to nature of engagement.
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Types of Employees According to Rank 1. Managerial – those vested with powers or prerogatives to lay down and execute management policies and/or to hire, transfer, suspend, lay-off, recall, discharge, assign, or discipline employees. 2. Supervisory – those who, in the interest of the employer, effectively recommend through the use of independent judgment, the laying down and execution of execution of management policies or the hiring, transfer, suspension, lay-off, recall, discharge, assignment, or discipline employees. 3. Rank-and-file – those who are neither managerial nor supervisory.
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Types of Employees According to Nature of Engagement 1. Regular – those engaged to perform activities which are usually necessary or desirable in the usual business or trade of the employer. 2. Non-Regular – those engaged to work: a. For a specific project or undertaking i.e. project employees b. For a particular season i.e. seasonal employees c. For a fixed-term i.e. fixed-term employees; or d. For a trial period i.e. probationary employees. 3. Casual – those hired to perform activities which are not usually necessary or desirable in the usual business or trade of the employer.
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The Rights of Workers 1. Right to a Living Wage 2. Right to Humane Conditions of Work 3. Right to Self-Organization 4. Right to Engage in Concerted Activities 5. Right to Collective Bargain 6. Right to Present Grievances to the Employer 7. Right to Participate in Policy and Decision-Making Processes 8. Right to Security to Tenure
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