L'OIT est une institution spécialisée des Nations-Unies
Promoting jobs, protecting people
NATLEX
Législation nationale sur le droit du travail, la sécurité sociale et les droits de la personne

Philippines >

Nom: Act amending the Labor Code (R.A. No. 6715).
Pays: Philippines
Sujet(s): Codes du travail, Lois générales sur le travail ou l'emploi; Liberté syndicale, négociation collective et relations professionnelles
Type de loi: Loi
Adopté le: 1989-03-02
Entry into force:
Publié le: Offprint from Supplement to Labour Relations Laws in ASEAN, pp. 1-27
ISN: PHL-1989-L-7861
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=7861&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Offprint from Supplement to Labour Relations Laws in ASEAN, pp. 1-27
Legislation on-line Legislation on-line Department of Labor and Employment, National Conciliation and Mediation Board, Philippines PDF of Act PDF of Act (DOC.NORMES) (consulté le 2015-05-11)
Résumé/Citation: This Act amends the Labor Code (Presidential Decree No. 442; LS 1974-Phi.1A) to overhaul the law governing strikes and to promote collective bargaining and voluntary dispute settlement. It adds a new Title VII-A, "Grievance machinery and voluntary arbitration," to the Code. Fresh provision is made for the National Labor Relations Commission, which is empowered, inter alia, to review cases decided by "labor arbiters". The Bureau of Labor Relations is charged with registering "legitimate trade unions", whose rights are spelled out, and maintaining a file of collective agreements. The amendments set forth procedures to follow in collective bargaining, and increase the term of agreements from three to five years. An employee in regular employment is not to be dismissed except for just cause or as authorised by the new provisions. Written notice of termination is henceforth required. Finally, the Act strengthens protections for wage claims in case of bankruptcy. (LLD-1990/1)
Texte(s) modifié(s):
Texte(s) d'application:
Texte(s) connexe(s):

© Copyright and permissions 1996-2014 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Privacy policy | Disclaimer