Ellen plays games on her tablet during her break time. She gets 6 hours of sleep every day but has breaks whenever she finishes chores early. Her mother also works as a domestic helper for the same family. She mops the floors, dusts the shelves, refills the water bottles, and makes sure everything is clean and where it is supposed to be.

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The law is considered as landmark labor and social legislation which entitles household service workers to have mandatory social benefits, including 13th-month pay, five days annual service incentive leave, and a one whole day uninterrupted weekly rest period.

Karina Perida-Trayvilla. They help us with our daily house chores and they share the love with our children. The information material, in the form of a fan, will be mass produced in English and Filipino language. Bisaya and Ilokano language versions are also on its way. The front portion of the fan shows the coverage of Kasambahay law, the minimum wage of the household service workers per region, employment contract provisions, and employable age. Labor Advisory No. Bello III ang mga employers na mahigpit na ipatupad ang Batas Kasambahay upang maprotektahan ang mga household service workers.

Sa nasabi ring aktibidad pinasinayaan ang bagong information material na lilinang sa kamalayan ng mga household service worker sa bansa hinggil sa kanilang mga karapatan at benepisyo. Ang batas ay tinaguriang landmark labor at social legislation na nagbibigay sa mga household service workers na magkaroon ng mandatory social benefits, tulad ng 13th-month pay, five days annual service incentive leave, at isang buong araw na pahinga kada linggo. Tinutulungan nila tayo sa pang-araw araw na gawaing bahay at inaalayan rin nila ng pagmamahal ang ating mga anak.

Ang inilunsad na information material ay sa pamamagitan ng isang pamaypay na ilalabas sa bersyon ng lengguwaheng Ingles at Pilipino habang isasalin rin ito sa lengguwaheng Bisaya at Ilokano. Ang harapang bahagi ng pamaypay ay nagpapakita ng mga nasasaklaw ng Batas Kasambahay, ang minimum wage para sa mga household service workers kada rehiyon, mga probisyon sa employment contract, at employable age.

Batay sa Labor Advisory No. General Luna St.


Batas Kasambahay: A law exploited

The product is already in the wishlist! HR Practitioners, both new and veterans will find this work useful in understanding and keeping up with the latest rules, doctrines and principles on labor standards. The subject matter of compensation and benefits is among the edgy topics which most HR practitioners, business managers, and even owners find challenging. As always, anything that deals with human psychology on pay, rewards, motivation, and equity requires full attention and creative solution. Read more.. This work discusses the labor standards most particularly the exceptive rules where most practitioners are often blindsided. The rules and doctrines are tackled with illustrations and sample computations.


Batas Kasambahay – Law Governing Employers and Their Househelp or Domestic Workers

The Batas Kasambahay requires an Employment Contract be executed between the domestic worker and the employer before the commencement of the service in a language or dialect understood by both of them. The Employment Contract must include the duties and responsibilities of the domestic worker, period of employment, compensation, authorized deductions, hours of work and proportionate additional payment, rest days and allowable leaves, board, lodging and medical attention, agreements on deployment expenses, if any, loan agreement, termination of employment and any other lawful condition agreed upon by both parties. If employment of the domestic worker is done through a private employment agency, these documents are mandatory and should be paid for by the employment agency. It is the obligation of the employer to register his or her domestic worker in the Registry of Domestic Workers in the barangay where the employer resides.

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