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jomai

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About Clearance
« on: May 25, 2010, 11:29:18 AM »
Sisses help.

Baka may makasagot namn sa inyo ng mga tanong ko regarding sa clearance ko from my previous employer. My last day of work from them was last March 11, 2010, I served the 30 days notice policy nila, meaning Feb 9 pa lang nag file na ako ng resignation. Then, I have to turnover mga work loads ko, for the whole month of April 2010 every saturday eh nandun ako sa office nila para lang magturnover at gawin ang pinagagawa ng comptroller nila. Then, fast forward sa May 2010, aba, wala man lang feedback sa clearance ko, nangulit na ako, pinapunta uli ako dun last May 15, may pinagawa uli sa mga files para daw mapirmahan na nya clearance ko. So umabot uli ng 1 week wala pa rin feedback, ang HR walang magawa kasi sa comptroller daw napending. Eto na, nagtxt ako sa VP ng company, mayamaya nagtxt ang comptroller at sinabing marami pa daw akong iniwang pending na trabaho... kamusta naman yun? Ano ba dapat kong gawin mga sisters, kailangan ko na kasi yung Employment Certificate ko plus pa syempre yung back pay ko na hindi naman na kalakihan. Advice pls...

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2010, 12:44:56 AM »
Sis - una, iyun resignation mo ba merong noted ng effectivity date? Kasi ang transition mo was supposed to happen during the 30-days you were rendering it. Kung meron, may proof ka ba na bumabalik ka pa after ng effective date ng resignation mo? Kung meron, dapat pabayaran mo iyun days na iyun. Tapos, kung ayaw, reklamo mo sa NLRC. Naku, mas malaki makukuha mo sa damages.
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jomai

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2010, 09:59:22 AM »
Hi sis, may effectivity date yung resignation ko, at meron din akong proof na bumabalik ako after ng date na yun. Salamat sis ha, atleast kahit paano eh medyo nakagaang sa loob ko yung [textspeak!] mo, sana nga maayos na eh..

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2010, 02:57:00 PM »
in this case na you badly needed the clearance, kahit alam mo namang ginawa mo ang mga dapat, the best thing to do is talk to the comptroller directly, kung baga i-personal mo yung approach, kausapin mo na lang and tell her na na turn over at na serve mo na rin naman ang mga dapat, tapos seek help ka rin sa HR...para mas mapadali...if ever may sabihin na date if when ka dapat bumalik for the clearance at certification, let them put it in writing.

pag di pa rin umubra , tsaka ka na mag next step sa reklamo or yung sa NLRC (although lets say na karapatan mo naman yan, at nasa tama ka naman)...try mo muna ayusin baka pwede pa- para less hassle

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #4 on: May 29, 2010, 10:04:38 PM »
When you turned over your work, did someone sign your clearance?  Of is the comptroller the only person who signs the clearance.

Another time, you can always get a copy of your COE.  It is against the law for a comapany to deny you this request.  Your HR should know that.  Kaya lang, the certificate might mention that you are not yet cleared lang.  But at least it is proof that you were an employee under them

jomai

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #5 on: May 31, 2010, 08:46:10 AM »
Sis dimplesgon,
I was at my previous employer last saturday, humingi na ako ng tulong sa HR and even passed a complain letter, pati request for COE, sis for the last 2 months personal na nga ang approach ko, pumupunta pa ako dun sa office nila, nagtetext pa nga ko sa kanya, kaya lang hindi ko talaga maintindihan ang gusto nya eh.

Sis christine00900,
After my turnover, yung pumalit sa akin nagsign sa clearance ko. Then every department head also has to sign, 2nd to the last na pipirma yung Comptroller after nya yung HR Director, yung comptroller na lang talaga hinihintay sis, wala naman daw akong problema sa HR sabi nung head ng HR.

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #6 on: May 31, 2010, 10:07:48 PM »
^Mukhang there's really no other choice except for you to talk to the comptroller.  Although Ive experienced people like him before in previous jobs.  SIla yung mga hindi masyado organized and sometimes they don't even know what to do anymore.   :(

jomai

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #7 on: June 03, 2010, 12:00:12 PM »
sisses... paadvice naman, nag email yung comptroller sa previous work ko, asking me to do a task kasi part pa daw yun ng responsibilities ko sa company, gusto nya ayusin ko pa mga unfiled vouchers na naiwan ko, eh sisters may new work na ako, kailangan ko pa mag absent para lang dun? ano ba gagawin ko mga sis?

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #8 on: June 03, 2010, 07:03:52 PM »
Sis - I think it's time you jot down the responsibilities you've turned over to the person replacing you or the department tasked to handle it when you filed your resignation.

Reply to her email and copy everyone din and medyo pahapyawan mo na ng potential labor case.

i.e.
Dear Ms. Comptroller - Thank you for sending your email and providing the information I need in order for me to finally get a clearance from you. Please confirm that this is the final task you want me to complete for you to sign my clearance.

Note that I have accomplished the following from (date you filed your resignation) to (last time you went to their office).
1. Transition task 1 to Employee B from (date) to (date)
2. Filed/completed task 2 from (date) to (date)
3. Liquidated (amount) in full as of (date)
4. Assisted you in filing documents on the computer from (date) to (date)
5. Completed task 5 from (date) to (date)

I have repeatedly asked you what I needed to do to secure your signature on my clearance to which you never provided a concrete answer. In fact, I went back to the office of (Company Name) on the weekends of (month) just to complete every task you said I need to complete that you provide me one at a time, without giving me a full view of what my progress is in completing it.

I feel that I should be compensated from (date) to (date) since you were still securing my services even when i am not employed with the company anymore. I have given the company 30 days notice from the time I filed my resignation and was surprised that you were still asking me to come back after the effectivity date of my resignation.

Please confirm what can be done to expedite your authorization of my clearance. Otherwise, I will need to seek legal assistance for me to understand and go through the legal process of the law for this to be completed.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Respectfully yours,


NAME

Mga ganyan sis. Baka matakot bigla. Pag wala pa rin, punta ka na talaga sa NLRC or sa PAO muna para ma-advise ka ano next step.
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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #9 on: June 07, 2010, 11:43:19 AM »
Sis Chengki...
salamat sa reply mo. Nagsend na letter sa akin yung comptroller thru email, sinagot ko na rin letter nya, tapos nagsend na rin ako ng letter sa HR Director ng company, and as of now, kumikilos na ang HR and sabi nila they will interfere na daw, naka schedule na nga akong magpunta sa office nila this coming saturday, the Head of Finance (Boss ng Comptroller) wanted to talk to me daw. Sana naman maayos ko na ito... Salamat sa lahat ng sisters na sumagot sa mga tanong ko.

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #10 on: June 07, 2010, 06:22:47 PM »
That's good, sis. At least may progress na. :)
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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #11 on: July 01, 2010, 10:19:24 PM »
^question sis. how long ba talaga dapat before irelease ang clearance? kasi sa amin patagalan eh, but if and when I need one in the future na wala na ko sa company, is it ok to send a formal letter after 3 months pag wala pa din clearance ko? One HR friend said the standard kasi 1 month lang talaga dapat ang processing, yun din ang alam ko...

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #12 on: July 02, 2010, 09:38:28 AM »
Hi sis... same here, ang alam ko 1 month lang dapat ang clearance... kung medyo natatagalan yung syo, try mo magtanong sa HR, baka matulungan ka nila or mangulit ka, ganun kasi ginawa ko. As of now, COE ko eh ready for pick up na, ang quitclaim ko naman eh schedule pa for release, yung comptroller namin na nagpahirap sa akin eh nabigyan ng disciplinary action ng HR, dahil sa mga ginawa nya sa akin at mga sinabi... Haaayyy... Thank you God... salamat nga pala mga sisses sa lahat ng advices..

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #13 on: July 04, 2010, 09:26:03 PM »
^actually I copied sis chengkii's sample letter if and when dumating ako sa point na gaya ng sa iyo. As of now, change of plans ako. I have to secure COE/certified JD muna for my application abroad habang inaayos ko mga duties and responsibilities na maiiwan, then saka ako magresign para safe, kahit 2 months notice ok lang para walang hassle in the future :)
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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #14 on: August 25, 2011, 12:42:19 AM »
hi mga sis,

ask ko lang ng inyong suggestions & advice ... kasi may inaapplyan ako at luckily may job offer na para sa kin. ang problem ko, kailangan nila ng clearance from previous employer for the last 5 years and may sworn letter pa. may case kami against sa employer/agency na yun at still on-going pa. obviously, na di ako mabibigyan nun. papaano kaya yun, di kaya mahold at makaapekto sa job offer ko? i want to be honest especially kung may background checking gagawin ang company. please help and thanks!

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2012, 06:34:48 PM »
hi I have a question about clearance and last pay. how many days ba usually the company will released, sa previous job ko kasi sabi ng manager ko 1 month eh more than 1 month na.wala pa silang ni released.is it ok to follow up and make kulit with them?
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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #16 on: November 15, 2012, 06:45:57 AM »
hi ako din  :(

resigned last June 11 but until now di ko pa rin makuha yung last pay ko.
gusto ko na nga complain sa DOLE eh.

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Re: About Clearance
« Reply #17 on: November 15, 2012, 01:19:59 PM »
^June 11 ka sis? mas worst.mas matagal yan.yung sa akin sept.29,2012.yung last day ko. can anyone answer us?
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