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The Labor Code of the Philippines, 2017 Edition

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 728
Country :Philippines
Published Date :2016
Compatible with : Desktop iOS Android

Book Description

Atty. De Vera’s edition of the Labor Code of the Philippines provides practitioners and students alike a complete and accessible reference to laws and regulations affecting employer-employee relations. It presents the Labor Code as officially renumbered by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Advisory No. 01-2015 and indicates the previous section numbers for ease of reference. Amendments introduced up to 2016 are integrated into the Code. The compilation includes the Omnibus Rules Implementing the Labor Code which is presented as amended by latest issuances by the DOLE. Everyone interested in labor laws will find Atty. De Vera’s collection an indispensable reference. 

Key Features
The Labor Code of the Philippines, 2017 edition includes
• The Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Labor Code (updated with amendments)
• Migrant Workers Act and its Implementing Rules and Regulations
• Revised POEA Rules and Regulations of 2016
• 2015 Revised Rules for the Issuance of Employment Permits to Foreign Nationals
• Batas Kasambahay and its Implementing Rules and Regulations
• Rules Implementing RA No. 10151, An Act Allowing the Employment of Night Workers
• DOLE Department Advisory on the Employment of Youth Aged 15 to less than 18 Years


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About the Author(s)

Atty. Arnold F. de Vera is a labor law practitioner and law professor, teaching courses in Labor Law Review, Labor Standards and Labor Relations in the University of the Philippines and Angeles University Foundation. He also teaches Labor Law and Social Legislation and Principled Negotiations at the Ateneo de Manila John Gokongwei School of Management. He received his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of the Philippines College of Law and later completed his Master of Laws as a Global Public Service Law Scholar at the New York University School of Law. He continues to speak and write extensively on labor law and related issues. Currently, Atty. De Vera is a partner at the law firm of Gabriel and Mendoza. He is married to lawyer Gwen Grecia-de Vera and they have four children.