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  1. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Department Order No. 40-G-13 amending Rules XXII of of the Implementing Rules of Book V of the Labor Code of the Philippines. - Legislation on-line

    Adopción: 2013-10-21 | PHL-2013-R-102929

  2. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Otros textos (circular, directiva, aviso gubernativo, etc.)

    Rules on Labor Law Compliance System (Department Order No. 13-13). - Legislation on-line

    Adopción: 2013-07-29 | PHL-2013-M-94135

    Rule 1 - Title and Construction
    Rule 2 - Definition of Terms
    Rule 3 - General Provisions
    Rule 4 - Joint Assessment
    Rule 5 - Compliance Visit
    Rule 6 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards Investigation
    Rule 7 - Certificates of Compliance
    Rule 8 - Mandatory Conference
    Rule 9 - Compliance Order
    Rule 10 - Compromise Agreement
    Rule 11 - Appeal
    Rule 12 - Execution
    Rule 13 - Miscellaneous Provisions
    Rule 14 - Transitory and Final Provisions

    Repeals Department Order No. 57-04 known as the New Labor Standards Enforcement Framework.

  3. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Department Order No. 40-G-03 amending Rules XXII of of the Implementing Rules of Book V of the Labor Code of the Philippines. - Legislation on-line

    Adopción: 2010-03-29 | PHL-2010-R-102928

  4. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Otros textos (circular, directiva, aviso gubernativo, etc.)

    Rules to Implement the Labor Code. - English translation

    Adopción: 1989-05-27 | PHL-1989-M-77583

    Preliminary Provisions
    Book I - Pre-Employment
    Book II - Human Resources Development Program
    Book III - Conditions of Employment
    Book IV - Health, Safety and Social Welfare Benefits
    Book V - Labor Relations
    Book VI - Post Employment
    Book VII - Final Provisions

  5. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Omnibus Rules Implementing the Labor Code. - Legislation on-line

    Adopción: 1989-05-27 | PHL-1989-R-102930

    These Rules and Regulations amend the Rules implementing Presidential Decree No. 442 (the Labor Code; LS 1974-Phi.1A) in consequence of Republic Act No. 6715. A new Rule XI, on the adjudicatory powers of the Department of Labor and Employment, is incorporated in Book III of those Rules. Rules XI, XII and XIII of Book III are hereby renumbered accordingly. In Book V, the rules are recast in regard to definitions, union registration, representation cases, internal-union disputes, elections, registration of collective bargaining agreements, voluntary arbitration, the labour-management council and picketing, strikes and lockouts. A strike or lockout may be declared in case of a bargaining deadlock or an unfair labour practice, as further defined (Book V, Rule XIII, s. 40). The Rules also govern improved offer balloting and execution of decisions, awards and orders. (LLD-1990/1)

    Preliminary Provisions
    Book One - Pre-employment
    Book Two - National Manpower Development Program
    Book Three - Conditions of Employment
    Book Four - Health, Safety and Welfare Benefits
    Book Five - Labor Relations
    Book Six - Post Employment
    Book Seven - Prescriptions, Transitory and Final Provisions

  6. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Ley

    Act amending the Labor Code (R.A. No. 6715). - Legislation on-line

    Adopción: 1989-03-02 | Fecha de entrada en vigor: 1989-03-21 | PHL-1989-L-7861

    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)

  7. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Executive Order No. 111 amending certain provisions of the Labor Code, as amended.

    Adopción: 1986-12-24 | PHL-1986-R-3060

    These amendments primarily address trade union representation and procedures governing the right to strike. The Order also amends ss. 60 and 61 regarding the employment of apprentices and the contents of apprenticeship agreements, as well as s. 128(b) regarding powers to order compliance with labour standards. The Order replaces the provisions on state policy towards the labour movement (s. 211(c) of the Labor Code (LS 1974 - Phi. 1A (published as s. 210(c))) and changes one of the registration requirements for labour organizations (s. 234(c) (published as s. 233(c))). It amends s. 245 on the right of employees in the public service to organize and bargain collectively and ss. 257 and 258 on representation issues in organized establishments and petitions in unorganized establishments. Sections numbered in the Order as s. 264(c) and (f) and s. 265(d) address the filing of a notice of a strike or lockout and cooling-off periods, the requirements for a decision to declare a strike or lockout, and the prohibition placed on public officials to introduce or escort replacements for strikers. The provisions of ss. 238 and the second paragraph of ss. 239 and 241 (published as ss. 237, 238 and 240) on the structuring of the labour movement are repealed, as is Letter of Instruction No. 1458 to the extent indicated in the Order. The Order becomes effective 15 days after publication in the Official Gazette.

  8. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Ley

    Act to amend Arts. 212, 217, 218, 255, 264, 265 and 273 of the Labor Code of the Philippines and for other purposes. - English translation

    Adopción: 1982-06-02 | PHL-1982-L-5184

    Amends the above-cited sections of the Labor Code (LS 1974 - Phi. 1A) in relation to strikes, jurisdiction of labour arbitrators, injunctions in labour disputes, strikes in essential services or export processing zones, prohibited activities and penalties.

  9. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Ley

    An Act amending articles 214, 217, 231, 232, 234, 249, 250, 251, 257, 262, 263, 264, 265, 278, 283 and 284 of Presidential Decree No. 442 [LS 1974-Phi. 1A], otherwise known as the Labor Code of the Philippines, as amended, to further promote free trade unionism and collective bargaining and for other purposes (Batas Pambansa Bilang 130). - English translation

    Adopción: 1981-08-21 | PHL-1981-L-10848

    Amends provisions of the Labor Code relating to, inter alia, registration of trade unions and collective agreements. Amends s. 249 to prohibit interference or discrimination by an employer based on an employee's legal participation in labour activities; equally, amends s. 250 to prohibit interference or discrimination on the part of a trade union. Prohibits strikes or lock-outs in vital industries, which include enterprises engaged in education, communication, transport, banking and distribution of fuel. If arbitration fails, workers not engaged in a vital industry may strike; the President, however, may refer the labour dispute to compulsory arbitration. Workers participating in illegal strikes may be terminated. Also contains provisions relating to conditions under which employers may legally terminate employment (redundancy, disciplinary reasons).

  10. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Ley

    An Act to amend Articles 9 and 10, Chapter Two, Preliminary Title, of the Labor Code, in Order to Remove Discrepancies With Presidential Decree No. 27 Which Said Chapter Purports to Reproduce (Batas Pambansa Bilang 32). - English translation

    Adopción: 1979-06-06 | PHL-1979-L-77580

    Articles 9 and 10 amend the Labor Code to put it into line with the Code of Agrarian Reforms. The amendments deal with determining cost of land and ownership of land for tenant farmers. Title is not to be conferred on a tenant farmer unless they are full members of a duly recognized farmers' co-operative.

  11. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Presidential Decree No. 1412 further amending certain provision of Book I, Presidential Decree No. 442, otherwise known as the Labor Code of the Philippines [LS 1974-Phi. 1A.]

    Adopción: 1978-06-09 | PHL-1978-R-12759

    Numerous amendments relating, inter alia, to placement.

  12. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Presidential Decree No. 1391 amending Book V of the Labor Code of the Philippines to ensure speedy labor justice and further stabilise industrial peace.

    Adopción: 1978-05-29 | PHL-1978-R-12758

  13. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Presidential Decree No. 1367 further amending certain provisions of Book V of Presidential Decree No. 442, otherwise know as the Labor Code of the Philippines, as amended [LS 1974-Phi. 1A].

    Adopción: 1978-05-01 | PHL-1978-R-12756

    Amends ss. 217, 223 and 244.

  14. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Presidential Decree No. 1368 amending further certain provisions of Title II, Book IV, of the Labor Code of the Philippines (Presidential Decree 442), as amended [LS 1974-Phi. 1A].

    Adopción: 1978-05-01 | PHL-1978-R-12757

    Amends ss. 167, 176, 177, 179, 191 to 194 and 208.

  15. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Presidential Decree No. 849 amending Presidential Decree No. 823 and for other purposes.

    Adopción: 1975-12-16 | PHL-1975-R-5185

    Amends ss. 1, 8, 10 and 11 of Presidential Decree No. 823 concerning in particular lockouts, strikes, dispute resolution, penalties and foreign contributions to a workers' or employers' organization.

  16. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Presidential Decree No. 850, amending certain ss. of Presidential Decree No. 442 entitled "Labor Code of the Philippines".

    Adopción: 1975-12-16 | PHL-1975-R-14565

    Numerous amendments.

  17. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Presidential Decree No. 643, amending s. 42 of Presidential Decree No. 570-A amending certain provisions of Presidential Decree No. 442, entitled "Labor Code of the Philippines" [LS 1974 - Phi. 1 A].

    Adopción: 1975-01-21 | PHL-1975-R-14561

    Appeals against arbitration awards.

  18. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Rules and Regulations implementing the Labor Code of the Philippines [LS 1974 - Phi. 1 A], as amended.

    Adopción: 1975-01-19 | PHL-1975-R-14560

  19. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Reglamento, Decreto, Orden, Ordenanza

    Presidential Decree No. 570-A amending certain sections of Presidential Decree No. 442 entitled "Labor Code of the Philippines".

    Adopción: 1974-11-01 | PHL-1974-R-15243

  20. Filipinas - Códigos de trabajo, Leyes laborales - Ley

    The Labor Code (Presidential Decree No. 442 of 1974). - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adopción: 1974-05-01 | PHL-1974-L-15242

    The Labor Code was renumbered in 2015 following the adoption of the 2011 Act allowing the employment of night workers thereby repealing section 130 and 131 of Presidential Decree No. 442, as amended, otherwise known as the Labor Code of the Philippines (R.A. No. 10151). This amendment introduced a new Chapter V into Book 3 of the Code regulating night work. The new Books and Chapters are as follows:

    PRELIMINARY TITLE
    Chapter I. General Provisions
    Chapter II. Emancipation of Tenants

    BOOK ONE - PRE-EMLOYMENT
    TITLE I - Recruitment and Placement of Workers
    Chapter I. General Provisions
    Chapter II. Regulation of Recruitment and Placement Activities
    Chapter III. Miscellaneous Provisions
    TITLE II - Employment of Non-Resident Aliens

    BOOK TWO - HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
    TITLE I - National Manpower Development Program
    Chapter I. National Policies and Administrative Machinery for their Implementation
    TITLE II - Training and Employment of Special Workers
    Chapter I. Apprentices
    Chapter II. Learners
    Chapter III. Handicap Workers

    BOOK THREE - CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
    TITLE I - Working Conditions and Rest Periods
    Chapter I. Hours of Work
    Chapter II. Weekly Rest Periods
    Chapter III. Holidays, Service Incentive Leaves, and Service Charges
    TITLE II - Wages
    Chapter I. Preliminary Matters
    Chapter II. Minimum Wage Rates
    Chapter III. Payment of Wages
    Chapter IV. Prohibitions regarding Wages
    Chapter V. Wages Studies, Wage Agreements, and Wage Determination
    Chapter VI. Administration and Enforcement
    TITLE III. Employment Conditions for Special Groups of Employees
    Chapter I. Employment of Women
    Chapter II. Employment of Minors
    Chapter III. Employment of Househelpers [*Repealed by Act No. 10361, the Domestic Workers Act of 2013]
    Chapter IV. Employment of Home Workers
    Chapter V. Employment of Night Workers [Inserted by Act No. 10151]

    BOOK FOUR - HEALTH, SAFETY AND SOCIAL WELFARE BENEFITS
    TITLE I. Medical, Dental and Occupational Safety
    Chapter I. Medical and Dental Services
    Chapter II. Occupational Health and Safety
    TITLE II. Employees Compensation and State Insurance Fund
    Chapter I. Policy and Definitions
    Chapter II. Coverage and Liability
    Chapter III. Administration
    Chapter IV. Contributions
    Chapter V. Medical Benefits
    Chapter VI. Disability Benefits
    Chapter VII. Death Benefits
    Chapter VIII. Provisions Common to Income Benefits
    Chapter IX. Records, Reports and Penal Provisions
    TITLE III - Medical Care
    TITLE IV - Adult Education

    BOOK FIVE - LABOUR RELATIONS
    TITLE I - Policy and Definitions
    Chapter I. Policy
    Chapter II. Definitions
    TITLE II - National Labor Relations Commission
    Chapter I. Creation and Composition
    Chapter II. Powers and Duties
    Chapter III. Appeal
    TITLE III - Bureau of Labor Relations
    TITLE IV - Labor Organization
    Chapter I. Registration and Cancellation
    Chapter II. Rights and Conditions of Membership
    Chapter III. Rights of Legitimate Labor Organizations
    TITLE V - Coverage
    TITLE VI - Unfair Labor Practices
    TITLE VII - Collective Bargaining and Administration of Agreements
    TITLE VII A - Grievance Machinery and Voluntary Arbitration
    TITLE VIII - Strikes, Lockouts and Foreign Involvement and Trade Union Activities
    TITLE IX - Special Provisions

    BOOK SIX - POST EMPLOYMENT
    TITLE I - Termination of Employment
    TITLE II - Retirement from the Service

    BOOK SEVEN - TRANSITORY AND FINAL PROVISIONS
    TITLE I - Penal Provisions and Liability
    TITLE II - Prescription of Offences and Claims
    TITLE III - Transitory and Final Provisions


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